Friday, June 5, 2020

Marlborough officials hopeful about TJX proposal

Marlborough – Last year local officials were stunned by the news that Fidelity Investments was planning on vacating their Marlborough campus by the end of 2012 and relocating 1,100 employees to Rhode Island or New Hampshire. Now, with the announcement that the TJX Companies, Inc. (TJX) has decided to purchase two of the soon to be vacant Fidelity buildings, officials are hopeful that the city will once again be on the upswing. Sherry Lang, senior vice president of global communications for TJX, said in a March 8 press release that the company was, "pleased to have signed a purchase and sale agreement for two buildings located at 300 and 400 Puritan Way in Marlborough."

Runners, walkers raise dollars for scholars with inaugural 5K

Marlborough – Runners and walkers began their Thanksgiving morning Nov. 24 by participating in the inaugural Early Bird 5K to benefit the Citizens Scholarship Fund (CSF) of Marlborough Dollars for Scholars. Over 60 participants completed the route, which started and ended at the Marlborough Moose Family Center.
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Young athletes program builds skills and friendships

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By Renee Plant, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Special Olympics Massachusetts will run its Young Athletes program beginning Oct. 10 at the Yawkey Sports Training Center....

Marlborough’s annual ‘Evening of Giving’ to be held Dec. 1

Marlborough - The generosity of local residents and the business community will flourish once again, as plans for the 27th annual Evening of Giving,...

Gregoire, Ossing compete for state representative seat

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Marlborough - State Representative Danielle Gregoire and City Councilor-at-Large Michael Ossing vigorously proclaimed their experience, qualifications, and plans for economic growth if elected state representative for the 4th Middlesex District at a debate held Aug. 17. The forum, sponsored by the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) and WMCT-TV Marlborough Cable, was held to help voters choose one of the candidates to represent the Democratic Party in the preliminary election to be held Thursday, Sept. 8.
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Marlborough police log, May 15 edition

Marlborough Thursday, April 30 9:33 a.m. Elm St. Disturbance. 3:13 p.m. Ellis Ave. Suspicious activity. 3:29 p.m. Lincoln St. Larceny. 6:23 p.m. Devens St. Annoying phone calls. 7:13 p.m. Lincoln...

A vote of confidence

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Marlborough – When Fidelity Investments left the city of Marlborough in 2011, it was a huge blow to the local economy, rippling down to many of the smaller businesses in the city. But over the past six years, the city has seen a resurgence, attracting large companies such as TJX, Quest Diagnostics, and GE Healthcare, as well as the new large-scale multi-use development, Apex Center. The force behind much of the city’s growth can certainly be attributed to its chief executive officer, Arthur Vigeant, who has made economic development a top priority.

Mixed-use development approved for Marlborough’s downtown district

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By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer Marlborough - The City Council has approved plans for a mixed-use development at 28 South Bolton St., at the current site...
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Richard Blackney, 94, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Richard John Blackney, 94, died peacefully at home in Marlborough on Aug. 21, 2019. Born in Milton in 1925, he was the son...
Katherine Jordan

Katherine Jordan, 95, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Katherine Jordan, age 95, died March 29, 2020, at her home in Marlborough, MA. She was the wife of Christopher Jordan who...

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Marlborough Fire Chief Kevin Breen sworn in for second term

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City Fire Chief Kevin Breen has been a firefighter for approximately 34 years and is wrapping up his first term in Marlborough.  The City Council unanimously approved Mayor Arthur Vigeant’s recommendation to reappoint Breen to a second five-year term that officially starts July 1 and ends in June 2025.