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MARLBOROUGH CITY HAPPENINGS! - April 2016
Marlborough firm to add 100 jobs in expansion
Maker of simple insulin infusion
CeQur has broken ground on an expansion of its Marlborough facility that will double its size and allow it to increase the workforce by 100 over the next two years
Marlborough receives $1.1M to fix roads
Marlborough is among dozens of Central Massachusetts towns and cities that have collectively received $42.4 million in funding from MassDOT to put towards local road redevelopment projects, such as repaving
Construction starts on Marlborough turf field
After months of planning and preparation, construction on a new athletic complex featuring the city’s first synthetic turf field recently got underway.
The goal is to complete the project in time for the fall sports season
Marlborough Hilton set to open in early June
After nearly a year-and-a-half of construction, a new five-story, 153-room Hilton Garden Inn is slated to open in early June at Marlborough Hills, a growing mixed-use development at the former Hewlett-Packard campus.
Committee OKs apartment project plans
Saying parking should not be an issue, Urban Affairs Committee members signed off on FISH Restaurant owner’s plan to build a four-story addition to his downtown eatery that will house 40 new apartments.
Marlborough restaurant owner to expand patio
The owner of Firefly’s is seeking to expand his outdoor patio to add space
for acoustic musical performances and TVs,
small bar, kitchen area, games and a fire pit to enhance the dining experience at his barbeque restaurant.
Marlborough building gets LEED certification
The 209,000-square-foot Quest Diagnostics clinical laboratory in Marlborough has received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council
Boston Sci posts double digit growth in Q1
Marlborough's Boston Scientific posted $1.964 billion in sales in its first quarter, eclipsing the company's guidance and representing 13 percent year-over-year growth with the company poised for more product launches.
Hologic biopsy machine to fight breast cancer
The latest machine from Hologic that has been approved for commercial use by the FDA could help doctors fight breast cancer by combining 3D technology with better access to the patient
ReWalk exoskeleton has health benefits: study
A new meta-study has found that 76% of patients involved in numerous studies of the Marborough-based ReWalk Robotics' exoskeleton system were ultimately able to walk with no help from anyone else.
BBA gets FDA nod for laser heart treatment
Marlborough's Boston Biomedical Associates (BBA) has achieved premarket approval from the FDA for Boston-based CardioFocus' laser therapy that treats irregular heartbeats caused by atrial fibrillation.
Xtalic develops tech for waterproof phones
Marlborough's Xtalic has created a new method of plating USB connectors that will allow for waterproof smartphones.
The new system uses a plating technology combined with nanostructured metal alloys.
Verax Biomed. renews commercialization deal
Marlborough's Verax Biomedical
has renewed its agreement with Fresenius Kabi USA, allowing for the marketing and distribution of its in-vitro diagnostic test that detects bacterial contaminants in donated platelets
CHAMP marks 85th anniversary with a rebranding
The Marlborough company that has created sport cleats for more than half a century has rebranded itself to mark its anniversary.
Founded in 1931 by Harold MacNeill, the CHAMP brand is still family owned
MEDC Executive Director Tim Cummings discusses upcoming Marlborough d
evelopments, new company move-ins, loan fund for small businesses and other local news
on WMCT TV's First Edition
Watch the video now.
REAL ESTATE REPORT
Greater Boston Industrial Real Estate Report for Q1 2016
shows how The Boroughs market compares to the rest of the region
in terms of absorption, vacancy and rents
Read the report now.
SERVSAFE ALCOHOL TRAINING
June 6th @ 4pm - 8pm
Embassy Suites Hotel
This cours is free for employees of Marlborough restaurants and hotels.
Registration is required.
To register, contact:
Linda Martins | 508-229-2010
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