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A $3 million MassWorks grant awarded to the city this month will go toward work to help improve traffic flow and pedestrian safety along Rte. 20 near the new Apex Center.
A new mixed-use project will be coming to Main Street, as city councilors signed off on a developer’s plan to construct a six-story building that will house 32 condos and a restaurant.
Visitors to the planned Apex Center will be able to snack on ice cream treats and food, as the City Council gave the OK for a Friendly’s drive-thru restaurant at the development.
A proposal for the construction of a 104-bed assisted living facility moved forward, as city councilors approved a zoning amendment allowing the center to be built on Bolton Street.
The city’s unemployment rate dipped to 2.7 percent in September, the lowest mark in more than 15 years. The new rate marks a 33% decrease from the same time last year.
ReWalk Robotics, the Marlborough-based maker of the first publicly-available exoskeleton for paraplegics, announced a public stock-and-warrants offering of $12 million.
GE Healthcare Life Sciences, which recently moved its U.S. headquarters to Marlborough, will expand its single-use technology manufacturing facility in Westborough.
Marlborough-based medical device manufacturer Boston Scientific has finalized the $210-million acquisition of EndoChoice Holdings, Inc. in Georgia.
Marlborough's Boston Scientific has acquired a technology that can enhance endoscopic surgery for precancerous lesions and malignant tumors in the gastrointestinal tract.
Marlborough-based Boston Scientific is continuing its acquisition spree with the buyout of the gynecology and urology portfolio of Distal Access, LLC.
Marlborough's Oxford Immunotec has made Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing tech companies in North America.
Marlborough-based drug maker Sunovion Pharmaceuticals has partnered with pop singer Demi Lovato to encourage responsible portrayals of mental health issues in America.

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
the City of Marlborough.

How have we done so far? Send us your feedback!

MEDC Economic Development Toolbox

December 7th @
Yawkey Sports Training Center
512 Forest Street

Marlborough, MA

Join the Special Olympics Massachusetts "Business and Beanbags" Cornhole Turnament and help support a great cause! For more info,

check out the event flyer.

December 10th @ 8
First Church
37 High Street

Marlborough, MA

Join the Ghost Light Players of MetroWest and share in the holiday cheer at their annual fundraiser!
For more info, go to


December 12th @ 4pm - 8pm

Embassy Suites Hotel
Harvard Room
Marlborough, MA

These courses are free for employees of Marlborough restaurants and hotels. Registration is required. Deadline is December 7th.
To register, contact:
Linda Martins | 508-229-2010

The Marlborough Works! Job Fair took place on Oct. 27th.
See what you missed!

Congratulations to Edna Fine, who was the Marlborough Works! Job Fair draw winner of a brand new laptop!

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