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The full version of MEDC's promotional video of the City of Marlborough has been viewed more than 41,000 times since it launched earlier this month. Have you seen it yet?
For many reasons, Massachusetts is a pretty great place to live. But where in the state are the best places for families? Find out how Marlborough ranks on WalletHub's list.
Key economic indicators in Marlborough, including employment and property values, have matched their pre-recession levels.
The median price of a single-family home in Massachusetts rose to its highest point on record for the month of May, according to a new report from The Warren Group.
An increase in housing units in Marlborough has not correlated to a rise in students attending city schools during the past 15 years.
Two Marlborough schools received state funds, as part of the administration’s Skills Capital Grants program, to advance their vocational equipment and programming.
A recently devised multi-year capital plan will help city officials effectively strategize for the future, with projects including a new elementary school and fire station.
Marlborough has received $100,000 from the state that will be put in the hands of the MEDC to work on a transportation plan for the city, as well as a bike share program.
Sen. Jamie Eldridge secured $50,000 for improvements to Ghiloni Park and Stevens Playground in the Massachusetts Senate’s state budget for Fiscal Year 2018.
This month, the Department of Conservation and Recreation presented the Tree City USA award to 88 Massachusetts communities, including Marlborough.
Life-long Marlborough resident, firefighter, husband, father and active community member, Mike Matros, is the 2017 Grand Marshal of the city's annual Labor Day Parade.
Marlborough-based The TJX Companies and Boston Scientific both moved up two spots on the new Fortune 500 list, released in June.
Marlborough-based ReWalk, a maker of systems that help those with spinal cord and other injuries walk, has unveiled a prototype of a product for stroke survivors.
A mammography exam from Marlborough-based Hologic, Inc. is the only mammogram with "superior to standard" federal approval for screening in women with dense breasts.
A Wayland real estate company is leasing a new two-story building in Marlborough with 14,400 square feet of office and medical space.

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
This month, the MEDC toured around the country, alongside Gov. Charlie Baker, Asst. Sec. of Business Development & International Trade, Nam Pham, and representatives from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, MassBio, MassEcon, and MassDevelopment, in an effort to promote Marlborough to manufacturing and life sciences companies, investors and real estate professionals. Here are some of the highlights.

Welcoming some of the newest members of the Marlborough business community.

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

Enjoy fresh produce, home-made goodies, and organic crafts. Vendors can c
Leanne Cordischi, 774-463-9517

June 29th - August 17th
Thursdays @ 7pm
Union Common

Enjoy great music in the park at the Summer Concert Series!

Learn more!

August 26th - August 27th

Over 1,000 athletes from across the state will converge on Marlborough this summer.
Be part of the fun!
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