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Richard P. Robinson

Richard P. Robinson, 80, of Marlborough

Richard “Rick” Paul Robinson passed away on June 19, 2024, at his home in Marlborough after bravely battling illness under the compassionate care of hospice.

Pery Chock, 66, of Marlborough

Pery Chock 66 of Marlborough passed away on Monday, June 24, 2024 in UMass Medical Center Worcester, MA.

Enrollment underway for Fruitful Beginnings Preschool

Fruitful Beginnings Preschool, located in Marlborough, has officially opened. The school has begun its enrollment process.
Reginaldo De Andrade

Reginaldo De Andrade, 40, of Marlborough

Reginaldo De Andrade, 40, of Marlborough died Wednesday June 19, 2024 at Marlborough Hospital. He was the devoted husband of Amanda Junia De Oliveira Andrade.

Man drowns at Fort Meadow Reservoir

A 20-year-old man drowned at the Fort Meadow Reservoir on Sunday afternoon, according to local police and fire.

Wenzel: Richer and AMSA teachers win MJWC Teacher Appreciation Contest

The sponsors included Boston Scientific, Rotary Club of Marlborough, Order of AHEPA and Automatic Specialties, Inc. Read more here.

Marlborough honors those who died in service to their country

The commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Medal of Fidelity is presented to the next of kin of service personnel who died from combat-related PTSD.

Seven things to do this weekend

The latest exhibit at New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill opens June 22. Learn more about other events here.

Marlborough District Court reopens

Marlborough District Court hosted a grand reopening of the court that featured remarks by court and local leaders and a tour of the building.
Brian C. Courville

Brian C. Courville, 73, formerly of Marlborough

Brian C. Courville, 73, of Nashua, New Hampshire, died Saturday, June 15, 2024, at Southern NH Medical Center. Brian was born May 8, 1951, to the late Joseph and “Rita” Courville of Marlborough, Massachusetts.

Marlborough Hudson June 21, 2024

In this week's edition read Marlborough honors those who died in service to their country. O’Rourke to become Assabet Valley’s new principal.

Marlborough Farmers Market, Pop-Up Shops open for season

On Saturday, June 15, under sunny (and sometimes windy) skies, the farmers market opened for the season at the Weed Street parking lot.

Marlborough police log, June 21 edition

1:06 a.m. CVS Pharmacy/East Main St. Suspicious activity. 8:31 a.m. Applebriar Ln. Suspicious MV. 9:08 p.m. Clover Hill St. Threats. 9:15 p.m. Hudson/Mechanic Sts. Animal complaint.

Dr. Charles E. Fraser, 97, of Marlborough and formerly of Southborough

Dr. Fraser established and operated the Southborough Veterinary Hospital for 26 years Nov. 6, 1926 ~ June 14, 2024 Marlborough - Dr. Charles Edward Ovid Fraser,...
Gale M. Hafford

Gale M. Hafford, 84, of Marlborough

Gale Mary (Beaulieu) Hafford, 84, of Marlborough passed away peacefully on Friday, June 14, 2024 at Knollwood Nursing Center in West Boylston after a short illness.

Cummings Foundation awards grant to United Way, Senior Center

According to a press release, 150 nonprofits will share in $30 million in newly announced Cummings Foundation grants.

Local police affected by statewide 911 system outage

Local police departments have reported that the statewide 911 system is down.

Marlborough Hudson June 14, 2024

In this week's edition read Hundreds gather to celebrate 36th Annual Hudson Fest. Church begins‘ Hope After Loss’ support group.

Ways to keep cool during the heat wave

With a heat wave expected to hit the region over the next four days, here is a list of local beaches and cooling centers.

Northborough to pay Marlborough $7.6 million as part of sewer settlement agreement

A settlement agreement has been signed by both Northborough and Marlborough leaders in regards to litigation over sewer.