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John E. Wright Jr., 59, of Marlborough

Marlborough - John E. Wright Jr., 59, of Marlborough, died at home Saturday, Feb. 26, 2017. He was born in Boston, the son of John...
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Mary V. DiRico, 98, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Mary V. (Monahan) DiRico, 98, of Marlborough, died July 26, 2018 at her home, surrounded by her family. Born in Jamaica Plain, she...

Marlborough animal lover helps rescue greyhounds

Marlborough - Locals may already be familiar with Greyhound Friends, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving racetrack greyhounds and placing them in responsible, loving homes. Behind the curtain are a group of volunteers who have guided the organization to success over the past 30 years, each one as impassioned as the next to save these innocent animals.

Marlborough soccer continues winning ways over Algonquin

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Northborough - The Marlborough High School boys’ soccer team came out on top 5-1 over Algonquin Regional High School, as...

Council reviewing grants, funds for stabilization

Marlborough - Leading with a $12.1 million infusion of “free cash”, city councilors at the Nov. 14 meeting reviewed, approved or sent to the Finance Committee more than $17.5 million in grants, transfers and more funds for a stabilization fund.

Residents enjoy open house at Marlborough Airport

Marlborough - It was truly a multi-generational experience as children, parents and grandparents - all equally fascinated by helicopters, airplanes, military vehicles and parachute jumping - participated in a day of fun at Marlborough Airport Aug. 15.

Marlborough Hospital auxiliary to hold chocolate sale

Marlborough - Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Marlborough Hospital Auxiliary is sponsoring the sale of Double Dip Chocolates in the front lobby...

Marlborough officials bid farewell to council

By Joan F. Simoneau, Contributing Writer Marlborough - There was enthusiastic applause at the Dec. 19 City Council meeting as Mayor Nancy Stevens, Councilor-at-Large...

Vigeant begins second term as Marlborough's mayor

Marlborough - Arthur Vigeant was sworn in to his second term as mayor of Marlborough during inaugural ceremonies held Jan. 6 in the Lt. Charles W. Whitcomb School auditorium. Also sworn into office were members of the City Council and School Committee. City Clerk Lisa M. Thomas presided at the event, which was followed by organizational meetings at City Hall. Leading the procession of local and state officials were Police Chief Mark F. Leonard and Fire Chief James Fortin.

Sweats for Vets brings warmth, cheer to homeless veterans

Marlborough – For the fourth year in a row, Sweats for Vets made the holidays warmer and happier for local homeless veterans. Started four years ago by Marlborough resident Mark Vital, the nonprofit organization has a simple mission – to give the veterans a gift of a sweatshirt featuring the name and/or logo a Boston sports team as well as warm hats, gloves and socks. Vital, himself a veteran, is currently a teacher at the Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School (AMSA) in Marlborough. As such, he has obtained the support of the school’s students, families and administration in his quest to collect donations. Other community members made donations at designated collection spots throughout the region.

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