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Marlborough was one of the seven "Praying Indian Towns" because they were converted to Christianity by the Rev. John Eliot of Roxbury. In 1674 a deed was drawn up dividing the land between the settlers and the natives. Marlborough became a prosperous industrial town in the 19th century and transitioned to high technology industry in the late 20th century after the construction of the Massachusetts Turnpike.
Local Newspapers: The MetroWest Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
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Towns/Cities near marlborough, massachusetts : Hudson Berlin Northborough Southborough Sudbury Shrewsbury
Wreaths Across America convoy honored in Marlborough
Marlborough/Northborough - The 26th annual Wreaths Across America convoy arrived Dec. 11 for an overnight stay in Marlborough during its weeklong journey from Harrington, Maine, to the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Earlier that day, three stops were made in Maine and one in New Hampshire.Joseph C. Shay Jr., 95, of Hudson
Joseph C. Shay Jr., 95, of Hudson, passed away unexpectedly at home Saturday, Dec. 10, 2017. He leaves behind his beloved wife of over 66 years, Mary A. Shay.Robert O. Dupuis, 91, of Marlborough
Robert O. Dupuis, 91, of Marlborough, died Sunday, Dec. 3. 2017 at Miriam Boyd Parlin Hospice Residence in Wayland. He was the husband of Madeline A. Dupuis for the past 55 years.The Fight To Save The Internet
The mayors of seven Massachusetts cities were among nearly 60 local leaders who sent a letter on Thursday to the Federal Communications Commission, asking the FCC not to undo Obama-era internet regulations. And while much of the discussion around the dismantling of the so-called net neutrality rules has focused on the possibility of internet providers charging for faster delivery of websites or blocking content, the issue is also raising questions about how the change might affect cities and towns that are trying to ensure high-speed access for all their residents.UMass Amherst Receives $1.1 Million Grant for Large Battery Project to be Built with Tesla
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has been awarded a $1.1 million state grant from the Advancing Commonwealth Energy Storage project to work with Tesla Energy to construct a large battery at the Central Heating Plant on the west side of campus. The award was announced today by Gov. Charlie Baker.Nancy Hill, 88, of Framingham
Nancy Hill, 88, of Framingham, died peacefully at the Beaumont Rehab & Skilled Nursing Facility in Westborough Thursday, Dec. 2, 2017. She was married to her beloved husband, George, for over 50 years.Josephine Laptewicz, 93, of Southborough
She was born into a large and loving Italian family, the third of six children. Her parents were Salvatore and Carmela Zarba.South Egremont School to reopen next year; some education officials wary about cost, enrollment
After a yearlong hiatus, South Egremont School will be open next year, though some members of the Southern Berkshire Regional School Committee question the wisdom of operating a small school when the district is strapped for cash. To save money for the five-town district last year, South Egremont School was put on hiatus, meaning no school program was operated there, but the school never formally closed.Hundreds gather for annual Northborough tree lighting
Several hundred people gathered to watch the Northborough Tree Lighting the evening of Dec. 2. The annual tradition dates back to 1968, when the tree was planted in memory of Northborough resident Neil Ellsworth, who was killed in Vietnam the previous year. Several members of the Ellsworth family were present for the tree lighting.Lawrence E. Midura, 68, of Marlborough
Lawrence E. Midura, 68, died unexpectedly Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017. His untimely death was instant and painless and happened while spending time outdoors on a beautiful autumn day with one of his best friends.V. Shannon-Krieger, 61, of Marlborough
She was born in Frankfurt, Germany and raised in Bergenfield, N.J., the daughter of Elfriede Shannon of Frankfurt and the late Robert T. Shannon of New York. She enjoyed quiet moments on her porch with a cup of coffee overlooking her flower garden.Marlborough police log, Dec. 1 edition
The information from the police log is obtained directly from the official records maintained at each police station in our circulation area. It contains arrests and samplings of police activity.True North Hotel Group Partners with RAVentures to Open Fairfield Inn in Marlborough Apex Center
True North Hotel Group announces the opening of two neighboring hotels: the 137-room Hyatt Place Marlborough/Apex Center and 108-room Fairfield Inn & Suites Boston Marlborough/Apex Center, which are both located within the Apex Center of New England, a new 43-acre custom-designed destination with multiple state-of-the-art hospitality, business and entertainment experiences located in Marlborough, Mass. Fairfield Inn & Suites Boston Marlborough/Apex Center is co-developed by True North Hotel Group and RAVentures, Inc., developer of Apex Center .Sgt. Stephen J. McKenna, 41, of Westborough
Sgt. Stephen J. McKenna, 41, of Westborough, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 at home, surrounded by his loving family. He was the devoted husband of Tracy A. McKenna.Robert J. Fulham, 88, of Grafton
He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Janice Fulham, and his sons, Matthew Fulham and his wife, Betty, Mark Fulham and his wife, Martha, and Jeffrey Fulham. His son, Leonard Fulham, predeceased him in 1976.Anthony R. Sylvester, 29, formerly of Hudson
Anthony was born Oct. 25, 1988 in Waltham, the son of Thomas W. and the late Veronica J. Sylvester. Raised in a military family, he moved around in his early years before eventually moving to Hudson in 1998, where he attended school and played football.Fredesvinda Chacon, 78, of Marlborough
Fredesvinda Chacon, 78, of Marlborough, went to be with our Lord Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017 at her home, surrounded by her family. She was the wife of Eriberto Chacon for 63 years.Hudson CYO Band alumni memorializes drum major
Leona Mukjian is memorialized on the rock at the Marlborough-Hudson border by Hudson CYO Royal Jades Band alumni. Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr. Hudson/Marlborough - Decades before social media began, Hudson CYO Royal Jades Band members had celebrated their competition championships and mourned loss of its leaders by painting the rock on Route 85 at the Marlborough-Hudson border.Marlborough police log, Nov. 24 edition
1, Worcester, for op MV with suspended license. 2:14 p.m. Arrested, Jonathan B. Monteiro, 39, of 471 Hosmer St. Marlborough, for possess Class A drug, warrant.Law enforcement, mental health care converge as jail diversion programs expand
Sheena Mahoney stands with an award from the Marlborough Police recognizing her work with the department through the Jail Diversion Program. Photo/submitted Marlborough/Hudson - Police and social workers have been working together to address the convergence of mental health care and law enforcement in Marlborough for nearly a decade.
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