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Marlborough Savings Bank donates to bereavement camp program

Marlborough - Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation recently donated $2,500 to The Parmenter Foundation for its Camp Erin Boston program. Camp Erin Boston is a...

Annual Fun Fest in Marlborough

Marlborough - Greater Marlborough Programs, Inc. (GMPI) will hold its ninth annual Community Fun Fest Saturday, June 13, from 1 to 5 p.m. at...

Mixed-use zoning for former HP site approved

Marlborough - After much deliberation, the City Council approved at its meeting Dec. 17 a proposal to rezone and redevelop the 109-acre former Hewlett Packard (HP) campus on Forest Street into a district that will allow for commercial office space, retail shops and restaurants, a hotel, and residential units.

Louise N. Soldani, 79

Holden - Doctor Louise N. Soldani, 79, formerly of Marlborough, died Tuesday June 14, 2011, surrounded by her loving family, at Notre Dame Long...

Cozy Café apartment project granted extension

By Joan F. Simoneau, Community Reporter Marlborough-City Councilors granted a request to extend the permit for the construction of a multi-family dwelling at 487 Lincoln...

Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce announces annual business award winners

Marlborough - The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Business Awards Recognition Dinner Wednesday, March 21, from 5-8 p.m. at the Best...

Neighbors” lawsuit not stopping construction of Marlborough Senior Center

Marlborough - Construction of a new senior center at Ward Park is continuing, according to Mayor Arthur Vigeant's office, despite a lawsuit against the city brought by the park's neighbors. The suit, filed in Middlesex Superior Court, alleges that the city of Marlborough did not comply with various state regulations when it moved forward with planning and construction of the center, according to Julie McNeill, a Dracut attorney representing the plaintiffs. "The city is constructing a senior center and associated parking lot on approximately 2.2 acres of Ward Park but has not complied with the proper procedures to do so," the suit reads, in part. Michael and Faith Nickolas, Ned Fenstermacher, and Paul Brodeur, who live adjacent to the park, are listed as plaintiffs.

Main Street Bank donates to Sudbury Historical Society

Region - The Main Street Bank Charitable Foundation awarded The Sudbury Historical Society a $2,500 grant for their campaign to build the new Sudbury...

Arts added to STEM program at Whitcomb School

Marlborough - For many years the Marlborough middle school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program provided an innovative pathway for more than 350 students in grades 6-8. Immersed in project-based learning and high-tech engineering content, the students have flourished and demonstrated success in the areas of creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and academic mastery.

Marlborough holds downtown Trick or Treat, Horrible Parade Oct. 28

Marlborough – The Mayor's Office and downtown businesses of Marlborough invites the community to the annual Trick or Treat and Horribles Parade on Main...

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