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In this week's edition read how it all starts with Roman: Marlborough goaltender seizes opportunity, leads Panthers. Concerns about Mulready.
State Rep. Carmine Gentile, D-Sudbury, will hold virtual office hours on Monday, Jan. 22 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Phyllis A. (Boule) Christo, 97, of Marlborough, died at home on Saturday, January 13, 2024. Born in Marlborough, she was the daughter of the late Ulric and Alice (Grenier) Boule and the wife of the late George Christo.
Marie A. Bastien passed away at home on January 14, 2024, surrounded by family. Born on September 10, 1927, Marie was raised in Lodi, NJ to a large Italian family. She was the daughter of the late Flory and Corrine (Salagari) Perini.
Almost a year after it shut down, the exterior of the former Wildwood restaurant at 189 Boston Post Road East still stands.
Paul “Pesky” T. Podlesney, 74, of Marlborough died Tuesday January 9, 2024, at UMASS Memorial Medical Center in Worcester after a brief illness surrounded by his loved ones.
The forecast calls for 3 to 5 inches of snow, possibly mixing with rain, sleet and freezing rain, before it ends in the early evening.
Locals at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Marquette University, Wentworth Institute of Technology and St. Anselm College achieved honors.
Donald “Don” Alfred Giombetti 77, of Marlborough, formerly of Ashland, passed away Sun. Dec. 17th after a period of declining health.
Gaye L. (Lovasco) Rowe 74 of Marlborough and New Smyrna Beach FL passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 28, 2023 in Halifax Health & Hospice, Edgewater FL surrounded by her loving family.
Marlborough - The construction of the city’s first synthetic turf athletic field will begin late spring next year at the 1LT Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School if the City Council approves a proposal by Mayor Arthur Vigeant which was presented at the Nov. 3 council meeting.
Marlborough - The City Council approved a zoning change at its March 11 meeting that will allow Partners Health Care, headquartered in Boston, to construct a facility on a parcel of land on Forest Street. The proposed zoning amendment, submitted by Council President Patricia Pope, added a definition for "Data Storage/Telecommunications Facilities under Industrial Uses" to existing zoning bylaws.
Marlborough - As we sit in the middle of summer here in Marlborough with our many restaurants, parks, beach and summer events, we remember that our community has always embraced this time of year.
(l to r) Ryan Miller, Bryan Coggins and Michael Ward (Photo/submitted) Marlborough – Bryan Coggins, Michael Ward and Ryan Miller have all earned the Eagle Scout Award,...
Harold Greer of Hudson, shows just a few items left in the final minutes of the recent bake sale at St. Stephen Lutheran Church,...
Marlborough - An interactive drumming workshop held recently at the Marlborough Senior Center brought familiar tunes, laughter, and fun to a group of men and women who thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Under the direction of Steve Benedetto, owner of Respectful Beats, each tapped on their small drums, trying to keep the beat as suggested.
Joseph Graumann and the Rev. Sara J. Anderson discuss details just before leading the Sunday service at St. Stephen Lutheran Church. (Photo/Barbara Parente) Marlborough -...
Marlborough - Walter R. Earley, 69, died Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016 as a result of heart-related issues. He was the husband of Barbara, with...
Richard Cornwell, chair of the board of governors for Children's Dyslexia Center of Central Massachusetts, accepts the donation check from Bob Archibald, past master of United...