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John M. Minnucci, 61, formerly of Marlborough

Yuma, Ariz. - John M. Minnucci, 61, of Yuma, Ariz. and formerly a long-time resident of Marlborough, died Sunday, May 20, 2018 after suddenly...
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito was on the campaign trail recently in Marlborough, speaking at the New England Sports Center as Mayor Arthur Vigeant and NESC General Manager Wes Tuttle look on. Photos Submitted

Lieutenant Governor visits Marlborough on the campaign trail

By Cindy Zomar, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Lt. Governor Karyn Polito asked for four more years in the Statehouse at a gathering at the New...

Barbara J. Minnucci, 84, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Barbara J. (Lange) Minnucci, 84, of Marlborough, died peacefully Saturday, June 13, 2015, surrounded by her family, at Beaumont Rehab & Skilled...

Mary C. Lyons, 107, of Marlborough

Nov. 29, 1911 ~ Feb. 8, 2019   Marlborough - Mary C. (Roque) Lyons, 107, of Marlborough, formerly of Somerville, passed away peacefully Feb. 8, 2019...

The C.A. picture of the day

Brushing up on art Marlborough - Cynthia Stroschein and Bella Zak work on paintings during an Acrylic Painting Workshop, held Sept. 20 in the...

Marlborough High girls’ lacrosse ready to put disappointing 2016 season in the past

Marlborough – Players and coaches don’t hold back in conceding that the 2016 campaign ended suddenly and all too painfully for the Marlborough High School (MHS) girls’ varsity lacrosse team. The Panthers were edged out of post-season competition by a single game after an arduous schedule that put the team to the task day in and day out. The 2017 lineup of opponents has been no less complicated for this squad led by veteran head coach Mary Kelleher who has been with the program since its inception in 2005. Players remain motivated and committed to positive results with an enthusiastic group led by senior captains Casandra Pierre and Megan Saari. Both are goal-oriented and set to take this group as far as it can go.

There is hope and help at the ARC

Marlborough - “The Addiction Referral Center (ARC) was highly instrumental in my quest to abstain from alcohol. I had no other place to turn,” said Jerry D. “I had exhausted all other options. With the help of the director and the peer support of the ARC, I have abstained from alcohol for 12 years. The ARC performed a miracle in my life. I will forever be grateful.”

Many find freedom from addiction at the Recovery Connection

Marlborough-Peers helping peers continues to be a winning concept as individuals suffering from substance use disorders participate in daily activities, support, and educational groups at the Recovery Connection where recovery is envisioned as a whole body experience, and a new way of life.

Harry J. Bouchie III, 67, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Harry J. (Butch) Bouchie III, 67, died Monday morning after a short period of failing health.  He was born in Waltham, the...

‘Rock’ followers go from Marlborough-Hudson border to Facebook

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Marlborough/Hudson – The painted rock at the Marlborough-Hudson border on Route 85 has been a venue to express grief,...

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