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Mayor requests tax increment financing assistance for company expansion

Marlborough - LFB Corporation (LFB) is planning to expand its current operation in Marlborough into a 65,000-square foot facility on Crowley Drive which will result in an approximate $50 million investment. To assist with financing of the construction of the pharmaceutical upstream commercial clarification facility, Mayor Arthur Vigeant is asking the City Council to approve LFB’s request for a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) agreement with the city.

Saturday Morning Discovery Series hosts Mystic Paper Beasts July 7

Marlborough – Saturday, July 7, at 11 a.m., the Mystic Paper Beasts are coming to the stage at Union Common, 91 Main St., Marlborough....

Council considers cultural district for Marlborough's downtown

Marlborough – At a recent meeting, the City Council agreed to consider a resolution on behalf of the Marlborough Downtown Village, to endorse the application for a Massachusetts Cultural Council District, a designation offered through the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The matter was considered at the recommendation of Ward 6 City Councilor Edward Clancy. The Marlborough Downtown Village committee has met over the past several months, with the assistance of the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation, to develop the application, which, if accepted, will help to promote Main Street and also make it easier to apply for grant funding when available.

James A. Durand, 84

Marlborough - James A. "Jim" Durand, 84, of Marlborough died Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014 at UMass Medical Center, Worcester. A lifelong Marlborough resident, Mr....

Marlborough voters in Wards 2 and 5 to elect new councilors

Marlborough - Voters in Wards 2 and 5 will be electing new councilors when they go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 5. For the third time in the past 10 years, Paul Ferro and Robert Page are seeking the Ward 2 Council seat. Page served for two years and lost to Ferro in 2003. Ferro held the seat until 2012 when he was outvoted by Rich Jenkins who is not running this year as he has moved out of the ward.

Council approves 2015 budget

Marlborough - City Councilors approved the $137 million budget proposed by Mayor Arthur Vigeant at the May 19 meeting, following a public hearing. It represents an increase of just under four percent over the current budget. The Finance Committee, chaired by Michael Ossing, reviewed and approved the document during only one meeting, making two cuts - from the bottom line and fringe benefits line item.

Marlborough High School awarded Financial Education Innovation Fund grant

Marlborough – State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg announced that Marlborough High School is among the 2015 recipients of the Financial Education Innovation Fund, an...

Councilors extend inter-municipal water agreement with Hudson

Marlborough-large-web-icon1Marlborough - Six months ago city councilors unanimously approved an inter-municipal agreement (IMA) with the town of Hudson to supplement its water supply on a temporary basis. Mayor Arthur Vigeant requested the emergency connection to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) water supply system and returned to the council Dec. 2 to request a year's extension to the agreement.

Colonial Garden Club's Pear Tree Boutique launches holiday season Dec. 3

Marlborough - The Colonial Garden Club of Marlborough will kick off the holidays with the 33rd Annual Pear Tree Boutique Saturday, Dec. 3, from...

Marlborough Education Foundation accepting contributions for “Thank an Educator” fund-raiser

Marlborough - Marlborough Education Foundation presents the Winter 2011 "Thank an Educator" fund-raiser. Families can make a tax-deductible contribution to the Marlborough Education Foundation...

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