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Longtime Acton home brewers, Alida Orzechowski and Chris Brown, answered Marlborough's call for a downtown brewery & taproom. This fall, they will open Walden Woods Brewing.
The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation has launched a financial assistance program aimed at attracting new restaurants and brewpubs to the city.
The 88,830 SF expansion of the New England Sports Center is about two months away from completion and will make the facility one of the world's largest indoor ice arenas.
The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners has put twenty-four communities, incl. Marlborough, on a waitlist to receive construction grants as funding becomes available.
Nichols College will offer courses for the first time this fall in Marlborough on the campus of the Massachusetts International Academy.
Goldfish Swim School, an aquatic facility dedicated entirely to indoor swim classes and programs for children, is coming to 43B Apex Drive in Marlborough this fall.
Design Center West, a furniture and decor store, has moved into Marlborough's Solomon Pond Mall after 40 years in Framingham.
With 14-percent sales growth last year, Marlborough-based Web Industries has invested heavily in equipment and facilities. Now the company is looking to expand in Europe.
Formerly known as MacNeill Engineering, MacNeill Pride Group has completed a merger and is working on a project that its CEO thinks will have a lasting impact for athletes.
Marlborough-based The DAVIS Companies, is among the top ten largest temporary placement firms in the state, according to the Boston Business Journal.
Sunovion Pharmaceuticals' drug Latuda has been approved by Canada's public health agency for the treatment of adolescents with schizophrenia.
Medical device manufacturer Boston Scientific reported a 6-percent sales growth in the quarter ending June 30, with earnings jumping to $146 million.

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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MEDC Economic Development Toolbox

An upcoming housing study, 1,600 new jobs, city promo video, and a downtown brewpub. MEDC executive director Meredith Harris talks business on WMCT-TV.*
Watch now!
*Filmed at the start of July

This month, BOSTON 25 NEWS brought their infamous Zip Trip segment to Marlborough's Ward Park. If you missed the live broadcast, check out these photos and videos of the day.

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
Venues across Marlborough, Stow, and Northborough

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

August 29th
Marlborough Country Club

Support your local community by contributing to or taking part in this annual fundraising event held by UMass Memorial - Marlborough Hospital.
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