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The MEDC has produced a promotional video of Marlborough to help showcase the city to developers, businesses, employees and residents. A preview of the video was posted on MEDC's Facebook page on May 28, and has since been viewed close to 50,000 times. The full version was launched online today.
The Apex Center of New England in Marlborough is expected to create 1,600 permanent jobs when it opens in October, in addition to the 400 temporary jobs it has already created during construction.
The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation has launched a marketing campaign, targeting regional food and beverage industry leaders, with the goal of attracting more upscale restaurants to Marlborough.
Interested in opening a brewpub and just looking for the perfect spot? Well, the city of Marlborough wants you.
The MEDC is putting on a full-court press to attract a brewer to the city.
More than 500 jobs at 23 local companies were on offer at the inaugural Marlborough Works! Spring Job Fair, where hiring representatives from various industries looked to fill entry-level and mid-level positions.
Median single-family home sale prices in Middlesex County surpassed $500,000 in April, the highest in the state when excluding Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Sales so far this year are up by close to 8 percent.
The vacancy rate for industrial space in the ‘boroughs area—Northborough, Southborough, Westborough, Marlborough—hit an all-time low of 10.5 percent in the first quarter, according to Transwestern Consulting Group in Boston.
Work to overhaul a portion of East Main Street recently got underway and is slated to be finished by November. Marlborough received a $2.7 million MassWorks grant in fall 2015 to fund the reconstruction.
Competing against over 70 schools, Marlborough High School music students swept this year’s festival by winning 19 out of the 22 different awards. This was the district’s third time performing at the Festival.
Habitat for Humanity MetroWest Greater Worcester has formed a new partnership with the Marlborough Community Development Authority to provide critical home repairs to families in need.
Marlborough-based The TJX Companies, Boston Scientific, and Hologic have made the Forbes Magazine list of "The World's Biggest Public Companies," appearing in 401st, 848th and 1,804th place respectively.
Forbes Magazine's annual list of America's Best Employers ranked Marlborough-based Boston Scientific 335th out of the top 500. Marlborough's Hologic also ranked 276th out of the country's top 300 midsized employers.
The last five years have seen a flurry of dealmaking in the medical device industry. And according to a new report, Marlborough-based Boston Scientific is responsible for more acquisitions than any other company since 2012 except one.
A drug that treats major depressive episodes associated with bipolar depression improved symptoms in a statistically significant way in a human clinical study, according to its developer, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals of Marlborough.
A Marlborough office and flex building was sold for $3.1 million to a Cambridge-based real estate company. The 100,581-square-foot, multi-story building is on 11.65 acres of land and located a mile north of I-495 and Route 20.
Marlborough's Firefly's BBQ has taken the number one spot on the Worcester Business Journal's list of the top 10 Central Massachusetts independent caterers. Firefly's is one of the two largest employers on the list, with 100 employees.

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
MEDC executive director Meredith Harris talks to WMCT-TV about Marlborough's housing study, transportation options, brewpub attraction efforts and more.
Watch now!

June 13th @ 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Marlborough Senior Center
40 New Street

The MEDC is holding a public meeting for Marlborough community members who want to learn about the housing needs assessment and housing data analysis of the city.

Register to attend!

June 3rd @ 10am - 1pm
Solomon Pond Mall
601 Donald Lynch Boulevard
$5/person; $20/family

Calling truck lovers of all ages! Interact with a variety of trucks, construction and public safety vehicles, Mike's moonbounce truck, and Animal Adventures.

Learn more!

June 3rd @ 10am - 2pm
UMass Memorial-
Marlborough Hospital
157 Union Street

This health and safety fair for kids features hospital exhibits, including bike helmet fitting. Plus, enjoy an obstacle course, trackless train, deejay, balloon animals, games and contests!

Learn more!

June 4th @ 9am - 2pm
Main Street

Take a stroll along Main Street, and get your fill of all kinds of classic, muscle, hot rods, exotic and antique vehicles.

Learn more!

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

Enjoy fresh produce, home-made goodies, and organic crafts. Vendors can c
Leanne Cordischi

LEGO Batman Movie
June 23rd
@ 6:30pm
Ward Park

Grab a blanket and relax or enjoy free popcorn and slushies, laser tag, gaming truck, and obstacle course! Movie starts at 8pm.
Learn more
June 29th - August 17th
Thursdays @ 7pm
Union Common

Summer is here and so is Marlborough's 2017 Summer Concert Series. Enjoy some great music in the park!

Learn more!

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