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"Even without a craft brewery or community college of our own, I’m bullish on Marlborough. How about you?" weighs in writer and local resident, Elizabeth Dougherty.
The owner of a downtown Marlborough restaurant is planning to use modular construction to build a four-story addition to his eatery that will house 40 new apartments.
The City Council's Operations and Oversight Committee has recommended a $75,000 study to examine future uses for the half-vacant Walker Building.
The City Council signed off on a $10.7 million bond package that includes $6.35 million for street improvements and $4.35 million for water and sewer upgrades.
The Finance Committee Monday signed off on Mayor Arthur Vigeant’s request to use $1 million in free cash to conduct a feasibility study for a school building project.
Marlborough Public Library Foundation officials are planning a fundraising campaign to cover some of the cost of building a new facility or renovating the existing structure.
With the aim of raising money for innovative programs for the city’s schools, the Marlborough Education Foundation is running its first annual Spring Thaw 5K road race.
A 17-year-old Marlborough teen won the Intel Science Talent Search First Place Medal of Distinction for his software that could help find new therapies for cancer, heart disease.
Peter Pan, the company that operates the new twice-daily City Shuttle from Marlborough to Boston, has made minor changes to the bus’ schedule and fare.
Ten companies have signed leases at 33 Boston Post Road West and Mount Royal Office Park, taking up residence in over 25,000 square feet of office space.
A CareWell Urgent Care center with an affiliation to UMass Memorial Health Care is set to open this summer at 757 Boston Post Road in Marlborough.
The online advertising company Wakefly has moved its operations from Westborough to Marlborough and is now in a 14,500 square-foot space on Boston Post Road.
Jersey Mike’s Subs will open its first Massachusetts location in April in Marlborough and distribute 3,000 free subs as part of a campaign to benefit a local food bank.
Marlborough’s Hologic has been selected to be listed on the S&P 500 trading index, as part of the GICS Health Care Equipment Sub-Industry index.
A new ranking of the top 500 most influential solar companies in the country has ranked Brightstar Solar among 11 Massachusetts companies leading the way for the state.
Boston Scientific has begun embedding its engineers with Mayo Clinic physicians to help them come up with new devices that address the industry's unmet needs.
Boston Scientific has partnered with Accenture to create a cloud-based analytics program that could improve treatment for patients with chronic cardiovascular diseases.
ReWalk Robotics has been on a roll recently, and now its financials can back up the company's string of good news. Gross profit for fiscal 2015 was $214,000.
MEDC Economic Development Toolbox
Marlborough to Boston commuter bus

Part 1

Apr 18th @ 9am - 1pm

Embassy Suites Hotel
Harvard Room
Part 2/Re-Certification

April 25th @ 9am - 1pm

Embassy Suites Hotel
Harvard Room


May 2nd @ 9am - 1pm

Patriot Ambulance
15 Sawin St, Marlborough


June 6th @ 4pm - 8pm

Embassy Suites Hotel
Harvard Room

All of the above courses are free for employees of Marlborough restaurants and hotels.

Registration is required.

To register, contact:
Linda Martins | 508-229-2010


April 2nd, 9th @ 8pm
April 3rd, 10th @ 2pm

Ghost Light Players of MetroWest presents its fifth annual Shakespeare production.

Get your tickets now!



The new City Shuttle from Marlborough to Boston, departs daily at 6:30 and 7:30a.m. from the corner of Granger Blvd. and Newton St. with stops at four locations in Boston.

Watch the video now.

Under Mayor Arthur Vigeant's leadership, the City Council and MEDC ha
ve been working together to foster economic development, job growth, and community revitalization in Marlborough. How have we done so far? Send us your feedback at

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