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P. Douglas Tessier

P. Douglas Tessier, 72, formerly of Marlborough

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Moosup, Conn. - P. Douglas (Doug) Tessier, 72, of Moosup, Conn., a Marlborough native, passed peacefully at home Saturday, April 14, 2018 after a...
Twelve-year old Lauren Staunton gets a COVID-19 vaccine at the DoubleTree Hotel regional vaccination site in Westborough, May 13. Photo/Amy Staunton

UPDATE: Newly vaccine-eligible teens/pre-teens flock to local COVID vaccine sites

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UPDATE: the Baker-Polito Administration announced May 17 that the Commonwealth is on track to meet the goal of vaccinating 4.1 million residents by the...

JROTC training future leaders at Assabet Valley Tech High School

Marlborough/Hudson - Above the main entrance to Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School is a motto that I loved from first sight: “Get ready. Get real. Get to work.” That was back in 2012. Now as our daughter is completing her senior year, I can see the transformation that her school has inspired inside her.

Committee brings Reformation 500 to Marlborough

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Marlborough - 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, and commemorations are taking place all over the world. Historians credit the start of...
Apex Entertainment in Marlborough. (Photo/submitted)

Apex Entertainment to hold second annual charity 5K

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Apex Entertainment will hold its second annual charity 5K on Sept. 17 with proceeds going toward NECC and the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.

Marlborough Lions help visually impaired resident

Marlborough - Joy Wilson is a familiar face at Price Chopper market in Marlborough where she has been bagging groceries for more than 20 years. Although visually impaired since birth, she has maintained an active existence. To help her vision, the Marlborough Lions Club presented her with a Galaxy barcode reader at a recent meeting. The reader not only identifies the item but provides information on the contents – ingredient by ingredient, according to Lions President Mark Gibbs. It also lists everything from a calorie count to grams of sugar, salt, and complete cooking instructions.

Students with autism celebrate Thanksgiving in Marlborough

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Marlborough - Students with autism often struggle to participate in social activities or holidays like Thanksgiving. New foods, loud noises, and crowded family gatherings...
Ana Andrade

Ana Andrade, 88, of Marlborough

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Marlborough - Ana (Reis) Andrade, 88, of Marlborough, formerly of Hudson, passed away peacefully Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 at Shrewsbury Nursing and Skilled Rehabilitation...

Marlborough Recreation opens registration for spring programs

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MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Recreation Department has opened up registration for its spring programs. The rec department is offering youth sports, such as T-ball, baseball,...

Veterans to hold ‘Forget-Me-Not’ fundraiser

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Marlborough – The Disabled American Veterans (DAV), local chapter 82 of Marlborough, will be outside of local stores in the city throughout the next few weeks collecting donations for local veterans in need as part of its annual “Forget-Me-Not” fundraiser. The first national drive was held in 1926, as a way to raise funds for services and assistance for veterans of WWI.

Marlborough Hospital Golf Classic raises $110,000 for cancer care

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Marlborough - The 16th annual Marlborough Hospital Golf Classic was a financial success despite being a weather washout. The golf tournament netted over $110,000 to benefit the new Cancer Pavilion in the planning stages to be built on the north side of the existing hospital.

Marlborough Hudson July 22, 2022

IN this week's edition read Childhood and Huck rocks Marlborough Summer Concert Series

Vigeant wins mayoral race in Marlborough

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Marlborough - The new mayor of Marlborough will be Arthur Vigeant, who defeated Matthew Jones by a slim 42 votes in the November 1 municipal election. Vigeant received 2,996 votes and Jones received 2,954. Vigeant will succeed Mayor Nancy Stevens who chose not to re-seek the seat she has held for the past six years.

Fire damages apartment in Marlborough

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No one was injured, but two people were displaced when a fire broke out in an apartment in Marlborough early Friday morning.

Health fair for veterans in Marlborough

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Mayor Arthur Vigeant and Veterans Services Officer Mike Hennessy have announced a health fair for veterans at the Marlborough Senior Center.

Marlborough Hudson December 22, 2023

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In this week's Marlborough Hudson edition read Vigeant delivers farewell address. Select Board votes to set Hudson tax rate

Marlborough resident receives broadcasting award

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MARLBOROUGH – A Marlborough resident has been honored by the Massachusetts Broadcasters Association.  Cindy Dorsey, the president of Emmanuel Radio Network, received the Above and...
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Marlborough High School rolling out the red carpet for the class of 2021

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH — High School seniors will be the stars of the day Saturday, June 5, after going through a difficult...

Joshua P. Duckworth, 39, of North Grafton, dispatcher with the Marlborough Police Department

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North Grafton - Joshua P. Duckworth, 39, of North Grafton, died Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015 at Marlborough Hospital. Born and raised in Marlborough, he was...

Moose Lodge to host Remembering Our Angels 5K

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The sixth annual Remembering Our Angels 5K Run/Walk will take place on Saturday, May 13, at 10 a.m. at the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge.