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Marlborough boys basketball fall just short in run to state championship

Worcester – The Marlborough High School Panthers boys basketball fell to the Danvers High School Falcons by a score of 52-49 in the State Division 2 Finals March 14. The game was played at the DCU Center in Worcester. Danvers has now won the Division 2 state championship three times in the past four years. This was Marlborough’s first trip to the state finals.

Less hair equals more love in Marlborough 

Submitted by Reina R. Rago Communications Coordinator Marlborough Public Schools Marlborough - The long locks dropped at the Marlborough High School (MHS) on May 22 as 15 students...

Retailer can meet your holiday party and gift needs

Marlborough—With five stores in the Metrowest area, Sperry’s Liquors can handle holiday needs from advice on wines for Thanksgiving to delivery of holiday party supplies to great gifts. “Our prices are among the lowest in the area, and we see ourselves as a community retailer, sponsoring local teams and events,” said Tony Speranzella, who now owns the company his father started 35 years ago. “We’ve seen a lot of competition come in from the big box stores and have expanded the lines we carry to meet them. We’re a family business, and we want to be your local, neighborhood store.”
Marta Burbeck (far left) with members of the Puzzle Club at Stow Library Photo/submitted

Building a sense of community one piece at a time

By Renee Plant, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Life is a lot like a puzzle: there are many pieces that need to be put together before...

Marlborough Men’s Softball League planning reunion

Marlborough – Glen “Whitt” Whittemore fondly remembers playing in the Marlborough Men’s Softball League. He’s looking forward to the league’s upcoming reunion for all of the teams’ players from approximately 1973 to ’83. In the meantime, he and the reunion planning committee are searching for more league participants to invite.

New power supplier secured for city residents

Due to the increase in electricity rates from National Grid, the city of Marlborough has announced the selection of Hampshire Power as the city’s supplier under a municipal aggregation for its Community Choice Power Supply Program. Mayor Arthur Vigeant announced the change in a communication shared by the City Council at its Nov. 17 meeting.

Preschoolers spend quality time with someone they love

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Marlborough – Children excitedly welcomed their guests to the “Someone I Love Tea” the morning of Feb. 25 at...

A “beacon of hope” for cancer care soon to open in Marlborough

Marlborough – When a resident of Marlborough or one of the surrounding communities was diagnosed with cancer in the past, they for the most part had sought treatment in Boston or Worcester. While certainly grateful to be able to access top-notch care, many also had to face the added stress of a long, arduous commute with added expenses such as tolls and parking fees. Now, those seeking treatment will be able to experience the same quality of excellent care closer to home with the soon-to-be opened UMass Memorial Cancer Center at Marlborough Hospital.

Marlborough Community Cupboard adds evening hours

Marlborough - Services are once again expanding at the Marlborough Community Cupboard (MCC) with the addition of new evening hours on Wednesdays from 5-7...
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Antoinette J. Baldelli, 88, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Antoinette J. (Mantha) Baldelli, 88, a lifelong Marlborough resident, died at home Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was...

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