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Searching for an entry- or mid-level job? The MEDC, the city and upwards of 25 Marlborough-based companies are partnering for the first Spring Job Fair.
Due to hockey’s and other winter sports' rising popularity, the New England Sports Center will soon open two new ice rinks, to become one of the country's largest such facilities.
Construction has begun on the first phase of what will be a 114,000-square-foot office or medical building at the Apex Center of New England.
The Marlborough Labor Day Parade committee has begun its search for a Grand Marshal. This year, they are asking for the community's help to find Marlborough's unsung heroes.
Marlborough’s Advanced Math and Science Academy, the Season 6 state champion, moves on to the quarterfinals on Season 8 of WGBH’s High School Quiz Show.
Babcock Power, a longtime Worcester company, has signed a lease for 46,000 square feet at Lake Williams Center in Marlborough and is expected to move in in May.
Not long after opening in downtown Worcester’s Grid District, the coffee shop Brew on the Grid is already working on new locations, including one on Route 20 in Marlborough.
GE Healthcare, with national headquarters in Marlborough, has bought a fetal-monitoring device company as it looks to expand in the maternal and infant care business.
Marlborough window manufacturer, Universal Window and Door, has grown its manufacturing workforce by 30% since 2015, capitalizing on a growing trend.
With the Whole Foods lease, 200 Forest St. at Marlborough Hills is fully leased. Next in line for redevelopment is a 160,000 s/f stand-alone building located next door.
In a retail environment consistently squeezed by online sales, Marlborough-based off-price retailer TJX has found just where it needs to be.
Dow Electronic Materials manufactures advanced electronic materials 24 hours a day at its Marlborough plant, which has been operating since the early 1980s.

Under Mayor Arthur Vigeant's leadership, the City Council and MEDC have been working together to foster economic development, job growth, and community revitalization in the City of Marlborough.

How have we done so far?
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MEDC Economic Development Toolbox

How does Marlborough fare in the latest online rankings? Who will benefit from the newest Marlborough job fair? How can you play a part in the future of the Walker Building? MEDC executive director answers these and other pressing questions on WMCT-TV's Business Break!
Watch now!


May 19th @ 9am - 1pm

Patriot Ambulance
15 Sawin Street

This course is free for employees of Marlborough restaurants and hotels. Registration is required.
Deadline is May 15th.
To register, contact:
Linda Martins | 508-229-2010

April 8th @ 9am
DPW Municipal Garage
135 Neil Street

Celebrate Earth Day by taking part in the beautification of your community! Volunteer to help clean up your city.
Please bring your own gloves.
Trash bags will be provided.

Learn more!


June 6th - September 26th
Tuesdays @ 2:30pm - 6pm

Union Common

Fresh produce, home-made goodies, and organic crafts vendors can now register for this summer's Marlborough Farmer's Market. It's free!
Contact: Leanne Cordischi

This summer, Adopt A Planter and help beautify Marlborough!
Learn more!

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