Friendly’s eatery coming to Marlborough

November 3, 2017 by  

Residents of Marlborough, Massachusetts will now be able to dine at a local Friendly’s restaurant that plans on opening later this month.

Friendly’s is a [Read more]

MEDC releases future development plans

October 9, 2017 by  

The Marlborough Economic Development Center (MEDC) recently released its plans on how it hopes to further develop the city.

Among these plans are [Read more]

Medical center benefits from generous donation

September 16, 2017 by  

Tufts Medical Center recently received a donation of $5,000 that was raised by the HeartBrothers Foundation, a non-profit foundation located in Marlborough that is dedicated to [Read more]

Walden Woods Brewing coming to Marlborough

August 16, 2017 by  

The city of Marlborough, Massachusetts will be receiving its first local nano-brewery when Walden Woods Brewing opens later this [Read more]

Marlborough to host Wicked Local Kidz Expo

July 13, 2017 by  

The city of Marlborough will have locals clearing their calendars for the first Wicked Local Kidz Expo next month.

The event will [Read more]

Marlborough receives Tree City USA Award

June 12, 2017 by  

Marlborough, one of 88 communities in Massachusetts recognized for their excellent performance in urban forestry management, has recently been presented [Read more]

Crossroads School on the move to Marlborough

May 21, 2017 by  

Crossroads School, a private school that provides education to students with autism, has finished its lease at the building on Huron Drive and will be moving from its current location in Natick to Marlborough, Massachusetts by the end of this fall.

The school purchased the office building that is located at 295 Donald Lynch Boulevard and will be renovating it over the next four months to make it ready for students in September.

The size of the office building is 40,000 feet, which is a significant increase to the 20,000 feet of space that the school was utilizing before. The increase in space will allow the school to add classrooms and increase classroom size, increase physical therapy and occupational space, and create a gym and ball fields for the students – amenities that were not previously available to students at the Natick location.

The Crossroads School board chairman, Albert Rex, said about the new school location:

“It’s great to know the 60 kids I care about are going to get the best possible education in a state-of-the-art building. You hope to do the right thing and leave a legacy for kids. It’s exciting for the kids.”

For more information regarding the Crossroads School and the services that it provides, or to see upcoming events and school calendars, visit the Crossroads School website.

Disability-focused organization reinvents itself

April 6, 2017 by  

Thrive, an organization in Marlborough, Massachusetts previously known as Greater Marlboro Programs, has announced the renaming and the rebranding of the company with the intention of better defining its mission and services.

Newly named Thrive seeks to [Read more]

Library to get a visit from Boston bibliophile

March 6, 2017 by  

Ken Gloss, the owner of the Brattle Book Shop in Boston, Massachusetts and guest appraiser on the Antique Road Show, will be visiting the Marlborough Public Library this month.

He will be discussing [Read more]

MetroWest HOPE expands center to Marlborough

February 6, 2017 by  

MetroWest HOPE, with the acronym standing for help, outreach, prevention, and education, recently decided to expand its drop-in services by opening another center in Marlborough, Massachusetts.

The organization provides valuable resources, such as [Read more]

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