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Marlborough’s west side is in the midst of a dramatic change with construction well underway for the planned Apex Center, set to bring a wide variety of businesses to the city.
Downtown zoning in Marlborough was modified to foster development of mixed-use projects and make zoning less restrictive. And, the area's landscape is about to change.
City officials celebrated the recently completed renovation of Ward Park. The $3M facelift included new walking paths, basketball and tennis courts, skate park and picnic areas.
A local developer is proposing to transform a former beloved Lincoln Street bar into a three-story apartment building in the rear of the property.
City councilors have authorized negotiations to buy four homes which would be knocked down to make way for more parking at an expanded and overhauled public library.
The 88,830-square-foot expansion of the New England Sports Center in Marlborough remains on track to be completed early this spring.
After months of work, construction crews are putting the final touches on the new Whitcomb Middle School athletic complex that includes the city's first synthetic turf field.
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School officials are in the midst of planning the first major upgrade of the football field, bleachers and track in more than four decades.
The results of a study to examine potential future uses for the Walker Building are slated to be presented to the City Council in early 2017.
The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation is creating a promotional video showcasing the city’s strengths to attract corporations and businesses.
Springfield fast casual sandwich chain Hot Table announced it will expand into MetroWest with the opening of its sixth store in Marlborough next fall.
A Primrose Car Wash is the latest business to come to the new Apex Center, after city councilors approved a developer's request for a special permit.
Marlborough's Boston Scientific has closed a deal with a Vancouver company to acquire its tissue processing technology and facility for $67,909,800.
The Marlborough facility of defense contractor Raytheon has secured two new contracts with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force worth a total of $69 million.
Marlborough drugmaker RXi Pharmaceuticals completes a $11.5-million public offering; plans to use the money to fund clinical trials, a Cambridge acquisition and other expenses.
Sunovion has entered into an exclusive U.S. license agreement with Swiss drugmaker Novartis for three of its lung disease medicines.
Marlborough-based CeraNova Corporation outfits several of the military's HUMVEEs and helicopters. Now the company is talking about expanding its manufacturing capacity.
An 18-year-old teen, paralyzed from the waist down in a car crash three years ago, is walking again, thanks to his new exoskeleton suit from Marlborough's ReWalk Robotics.

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.

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MEDC Economic Development Toolbox

The Worcester Business Journal's Economic Forecast lays out the major 2017 trends for key Central Mass industries.
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The MetroWest Regional Transit Authority has launched a free shuttle bus between locations in Marlborough and Hudson!
Get more info.


Wachusett Mountain Ski Area has partnered up with Uber to offer a $25 Uber credit when users travel to the resort.
Use the code SKIWAWA.
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January 27th @ 9am - 1pm

Patriot Ambulance
15 Sawin Street
Marlborough, MA

This course is free for employees of Marlborough restaurants and hotels. Registration is required. Deadline is January 23rd.
To register, contact:
Linda Martins | 508-229-2010

MEDC Executive Director Meredith Harris recaps some of the major news items coming out of Marlborough and MEDC this fall. Watch now!

The Worcester Business Journal has named MEDC Executive Director Meredith Harris among its 2016 Power Players & Gear Shifters.

The MEDC took part and won 2nd place in the first annual 'Business & Beanbags" cornhole tournament organized for the benefit of Special Olympics Massachusetts.
Go team!

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