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Local communities receive One Stop state grants

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Several local communities have recently received grants through the state’s Community One Stop for Growth program.

Assabet Valley kicks off 50th anniversary celebration

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Assabet's second superintendent recalled his experiences as part of Assabet’s 50th anniversary building rededication on Nov. 3.

Pulte proposes over-55 housing in Marlborough

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During a public hearing on Oct. 23, the City Council heard from attorney Brian Falk, who is representing Pulte Homes LLC.

Veterans Day ceremonies across the region

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Across the region, communities will be holding ceremonies to commemorate Veterans Day. Some events begin as early as Nov. 9.

Dumais wins Marlborough mayor’s race

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According to unofficial results from the City Clerk’s office, J. Christian Dumais edged Samantha Perlman in the municipal election.

Richard J. Brown, 79, of Marlborough

Richard J. Brown, 79, passed away on Sunday, November 5, 2023. He leaves his beloved wife of 40 years, Judith L. (Hammond) Brown.

Perlman endorsed by Sen. Ed Markey

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Senator Ed Markey endorsed Marlborough mayoral candidate and at-large City Councilor Samantha Perlman on Nov. 6.

Red Spring Road neighborhood requests overlay district

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Red Spring Road is a private road that almost hugs the southern shore of Ft Meadow Reservoir. Its residents are requesting a zoning amendment.

Panther’s Den store opens at Marlborough High

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The student volunteers staffing the store are enrolled in the Connections and TLC programs (for grades 9-12), and the LIFE and Pathways programs (for ages 18-22).

Whitco Sales, Inc.: wide variety, low prices, community favorite

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The service, the prices, the availability, the variety: It’s no wonder that Whitco is incredibly successful. The company has amassed thousands of loyal customers.

Seven things to do this weekend

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There's so much to be excited about in Central Massachusetts! Here are several events happening this weekend.

Marlborough City Council candidates make argument for election

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Marlborough voters will head to the polls on Nov. 7 to weigh in on several races, including City Council.

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Ward 7 – Harmony Larson

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My husband and I have lived in Marlborough since 2009 and we have three kids currently enrolled in Marlborough Public Schools.

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Ward 7 – Donald Landers (Incumbent)

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I am a 62-year resident of and was a 30-year Marlboro Public School employee. I was fortunate to have five professional ...

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Ward 6 – Albert Trey Fuccillo

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My name is Albert Fuccillo, but my neighbors call me “Trey”. I’m a lifelong Marlborough resident and proud candidate for Ward 6 ...

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Ward 6 – Maureen Brennan

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My name is Maureen Brennan, and I am a lifelong resident of Marlborough. I am the daughter of Bob and Vangie Brennan ...

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Ward 4 – Thomas Dalton

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My family history or Marlboro goes all the way back to the Barnes most specifically Marion Barnes who was born in Marlboro in 1871.

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Ward 4 – Teona Brown (Incumbent)

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I am a lifelong resident of Marlborough and graduated from Marlborough High School in 1996. I earned a Bachelors Degree ...

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Ward 3 – Steven Judd (write-in)

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I have been a resident of Marlborough for 35 years and am committed to represent the residents of Ward 3. As we take Marlborough into the ...