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Jeffrey E. Davis, 48

Marlborough - Jeffrey E. Davis, 48, of Marlborough, died suddenly Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013 at his home. Born and raised in Newton, he was...

“Here a chick, there a chick”

Marlborough - The Farm School, located in Athol, visited the Marlborough Public Library July 10 to teach kids about chickens.

Marlborough Youth Service Award nomination period opens Marlborough Youth Service Award nomination period opens

Marlborough – Each year, Mayor Arthur Vigeant and the Marlborough Youth Commission recognize the youth in the City of Marlborough with the Youth Service...

Model A Fords enjoyed at Christopher Heights in Marlborough

Marlborough - Joseph Natoli recently enjoyed a ride in an old Model A Ford. He sat back proudly reminiscing. "It surely takes me back to the old days," he said. "These cars are great."

Florence A. Russell, 87

Marlborough- Florence A. (Monnette) Russell, 87, of Marlborough, died Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham.She was the wife of the...

Youth service award recipients congratulated by mayor, council

Marlborough - Nine young residents were given a standing ovation at the June 1 City Council meeting following the announcement that they received Youth Service Awards from the Marlborough Youth Commission. Mayor Arthur Vigeant and Council President Trish Pope presented certificates of appreciation to them as friends and family applauded.

Council approves $10.7 million capital bond request

Marlborough - The City Council has approved a fiscal year 2016 capital bond request for $10.7 million to be used for a variety of infrastructure needs throughout the city. The bond approval made at the Jan. 25 council meeting will provide funding for the reconstruction of areas on Lincoln Street, West Hill Road, Jefferson Street and Elm Street.

Volunteers help more girls attend high school proms

Marlborough – For several years, hundreds of girls attended their high school prom properly dressed in an outfit they otherwise wouldn's have been able to afford. They received the gown and accessories free of charge at an annual event, which was originally organized by faculty members of Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (AVRHS). The tradition will continue Saturday, March 2, at AVRTHS as the Metrowest Princess Boutique is hosted for the third year by the Marlborough Junior Woman's Club (MJWC). Over 100 volunteers are happy to assist that day, said MJWC President Theresa Frias.

Marlborough announces residents may use landfill for storm clean-up

Marlborough – The city of Marlborough's Department of Public Works has announced that beginning Saturday, Nov. 10, residents may drop off branches and/or tree...

Friends of the Marlborough Public Library to present Syncopation in concert Dec. 7

Marlborough – Leslie Havens, music chair of the Friends of the Marlborough Public Library, has announced that the first concert of the 2011-12 YACYSHYN...

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Marlborough retiree volunteers to enhance local watersheds

By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Marlborough resident Paul Goldman’s latest volunteer project is a collaboration with metal fabrication students from Assabet Valley...