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Marlborough City Council approves license

The City Council approved a petition March 28 that would allow Richard Lombardi, owner of the Vin Bin, to have a full liquor license established at a new location, 91 Main St. (the site of the city's former fire/police station).

Learning puppetry in Marlborough

Marlborough - Dilan Seemungal, 4, prepares to glue a fuzzy beard onto the figure he created at the Puppet-Making Workshop conducted March...

Discovering art is fun in Marlborough

Marlborough - Nianh Moore, 7, and Jordan Savitsky, 8, display the mugs they decorated with painted designs during an art workshop held ...

Athletes of the Week – Nickole Soto and Kevin Boucher

Marlborough - Nickole Soto and Kevin Boucher, two multi-athlete students from Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School in Marlborough, have led by...

Happy St. Patrick's Day from Marlborough

Marlborough - Step dancers from McInerney School of Dance of Auburn perform for guests at the seventh annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner,...

EDITORIAL: Will Vigeant be in the Marlborough mayor's race this year?

Marlborough - After 18 years on the Marlborough City Council, seven of those as president, is Arthur Vigeant now considering a run...

Assabet awarded $67,000 life sciences grant

Art Simas Community Reporter Marlborough - Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School was one of four schools in central Massachusetts last month to...
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Alfred J. Bouvier Sr., 98

Marlborough - Alfred J. "Pepere" Bouvier Sr., 98, died at home Saturday March 12, 2011, surrounded by his loving family, after a long and...

Arthur A. Croteau, 82

Marlborough - Arthur A. Croteau, 82, died Sunday Feb. 27, 2011, at Clinton Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Lorraine (Blais)...

Basketball: Colonials overcome Panthers

Marlborough/Shrewsbury - Marlborough High School senior Carlos De La Cruz (#34, center) attempts to thread his way through the Shrewsbury High School...