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MARLBOROUGH CITY HAPPENINGS - APRIL 2017

Brewpubs are already common in places like Denver and Raleigh, and there are even a few in Massachusetts. Now, Marlborough wants to get in on the action.
For shoppers and diners, Marlborough was long caught in the shadow of neighboring communities. Now, the city is coming into its own in a serious way.
Niche.com has once again ranked Marlborough among some of the Best Places to Live in Massachusetts. The city got an A- overall.
Rising on 43 acres of virgin land off Boston Post Road in Marlborough, the $160 million Apex Center is a developer’s strategy for luring the public away from their laptops.
Tenants have leased 95% of the retail space at the Apex Center of New England, part of a 13-building, 496,000-square-foot development set on 43 acres off Route 20.
Marlborough is getting a $1.1 million chunk of a total of $2.4 million for the 14th Middlesex District in transportation funding.
Nearly 1,000 first responders from the U.S. and Canada raised money for charity during the recent Hero's Cup hockey tournament held at the New England Sports Center.
New grades released by The Leapfrog Group have ranked 60 Massachusetts hospitals as part of its Spring 2017 safety grades. Marlborough Hospital received an A.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Marlborough's Advanced Math and Science Academy second best high school in the state and 98th in the nation.
Seventeen students from Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School won medals at the State Leadership Competition for Business Professionals of America.
The FuelPlus Group, a leading provider of aviation fuel management software to airlines and fuel suppliers, has opened a U.S. office in Marlborough.
Boston Scientific has bought a Swiss heart valve company for $435 million in cash, in a continued effort to broaden its portfolio and product pipeline.
Marlborough medical technology company Boston Scientific posted a 44% increase in net income for the first quarter, while making sales of $2.16 billion for 10% growth.
Marlborough Savings Bank and North Middlesex Savings Bank completed their merger on April 1 to become Main Street Bank.
Kiddie Time Educational Child Care has become the newest daycare to open in Marlborough, with the help of an MEDC Toolbox small business grant .
The idea for OYO Sports came to CEO and Founder Tom Skripps at a 2010 baseball game. This month, his company was honored at the WBJ Manufacturing Excellence Awards.
ReWalk Robotics Ltd., a manufacturer of robotic exoskeletons for those with spinal cord injuries, has sold 28 of its systems to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Astellas Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Marlborough has been working to develop new therapies for restoring vision for some people who have lost their sight.
Sunovion Pharmaceuticals' inhalation powder for the long-term maintenance treatment of airflow obstruction for people with COPD is now available in the U.S.
Strong interest in renovating old mill buildings and giving them a cleaner, but still traditional, look has led to lots of activity at Universal Window and Door in Marlborough.
Jersey Mike's Marlborough restaurant marked the annual “Month of Giving” by raising $2,787 for Make-A-Wish Massachusetts & Rhode Island.
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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.

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WCVB-TV’s Chronicle features the historic John Brown Bell.
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Find your dream job in Marlborough! The city has teamed up with the MEDC to hold a spring job fair for entry-level and mid-level positions. Twenty-five companies have confirmed their attendance.
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CPR / HEIMLICH MANEUVER TRAINING

May 19th @ 9am - 1pm

Patriot Ambulance
15 Sawin Street
Registration deadline: May 15th
SERVSAFE RESPONSIBLE ALCOHOL TRAINING

June 12th @ 4pm - 8pm

Embassy Suites Hotel
123 Boston Post Road West
Registration deadline: May 26th

These courses are free for employees of Marlborough restaurants and hotels. Registration is required.
To register, contact:
Linda Martins | 508-229-2010
lmartins@marlboroughedc.com

May 7th @ 10am
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
215 Fitchburg Street

Join Crossroads School for their 5th Annual Crossroads 5K and Family Fun Day fundraiser. Crossroads is moving this year's event to Marlborough as a way to introduce itself to its new community.

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Organizers of the 2017 Marlborough Heritage Festival are looking for your support!
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May 10th @ 5pm - 7:30pm
ForeKicks Marlborough
219 Forest Street


If your business is focused on health, wellness, fitness, and/or lifestyle changes, the annual Health & Wellness Expo is the perfect venue to network and connect with consumers and vendors alike.
Learn more!


CALLING VENDORS!

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
774-463-9517
lcordischi@marlborough-ma.gov

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