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MARLBOROUGH CITY HAPPENINGS - APRIL 2019 NEWS ROUNDUP
Marlborough Public Schools Superintendent Michael Bergeron
Construction on the city’s new $56.4 million elementary school on Poirier Road continues to be on track for its fall 2020 opening.
The City of Marlborough presented close to a dozen property development opportunities that offer access to preferential tax treatment.
The Marlborough STEM Council, an inaugural collaboration between the city's high schools, is generating impressive community and industry responses to its programs.
The Branches of Marlboro, a 104-bed senior living development from Benchmark Senior Living, is slated to open this November.
Marlborough is seeking volunteers this spring and summer to help finish Panther Trail, a 26.2-mile trail loop around the city that links several existing trail systems.
A list compiled by the U.S. News & World Report and the Aetna Foundation ranked Middlesex County among the healthiest in the country.
Marlborough staffing firm The Davis Companies will move its corporate offices into an office building in the city after purchasing it for $4.1 million.
Doble Engineering Co. signed a lease for over 79K square feet of an office building on Felton Street for the company's new headquarters.
Marlborough's new restaurant Double T's Weed Street Tavern, run by a father and son, is now open and serving pub-style food.
The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development has awarded Workforce Training Fund Program grants totaling $292,626 to three Marlborough-based businesses.
Governor Baker & Mayor Vigeant joined Quest Diagnostics' CEO to tour the Marlborough-based company's lab and speak about Quest's contributions to the MA economy.
Marlborough-based ReWalk Robotics sold its first personal exoskeleton device to a spinal cord injury patient through insurance firm Cigna Corp.
Marlborough-based Holographix has been recognized with BAE Systems’ Gold Supplier Award for the second year in a row for its high levels of quality and delivery.
Marlborough's Universal Window and Door provided windows for four historic restoration projects that will be honored at the Preservation Massachusetts Awards.
MHS graduate and former teacher Mike Nawrocki is the newest principal of the Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter school.
Marlborough High School students participated in the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference and swept an accounting contest.
Students from the Assabet Valley Vocational High School plumbing program received specialized training from The Victaulic Co. at a local fire station.
Marlborough's new elementary school is currently under construction, set to open in the fall of 2020 with over 30 classrooms for up to 610 students.

HANDS-ONLY CPR TRAINING
Free to the community
June 3, 5 & 7
Patriot Ambulance - 15 Sawin Street


To register, call 978-967-7792
Contact brandy@patriotambulance.com with any questions
Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is the state chartered economic development arm of the City of Marlborough, Massachusetts, and represents a public-private partnership for planning. It works with municipal and private investors to foster economic development, job growth and community revitalization and expansion in the city. MEDC is dedicated to  working closely with all businesses wishing to locate or expand their current facilities in our city. We provide free and fair guidance and resources to support your investment decisions.

To learn more about our latest successes, projects and activities,
read our  2018 Annual Report!

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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Opportunity Zones Info Session
 
The city held an Opportunity Zones info session this month about investor benefits and key development areas in the city. Check out WMCT-TV's coverage of these presentations from Mayor Vigeant and others.

Watch now!
Marlborough Recreation Department
 
The Marlborough Recreation Department is looking forward to summer! Watch this awesome video of the city's many recreational activities and check out the Rec Department's program schedule  here.

 

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Marlborough Works Job Fair
 
Need a career change or a new job? Marlborough's Spring Job Fair is coming soon! Connect with local employers in a variety of industries with job openings in entry-level and mid-level positions. Don't miss out on this free event - click below to register now and view a full list of companies and positions available. 

 

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Local Artists Wanted
 
LOCAL ARTISTS WANTED

Apply by May 20th

Marlborough is looking to showcase local artwork on one of the city's electrical boxes. To apply, submit a colorful representation of a location or aspect of Marlborough. The chosen artwork will be installed early summer and the winning artist will receive $300. Applicants must live, work or play in the city and be 14 years or older.

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Veteran Nominations
 
VETERAN BANNER NOMINATIONS

Due by July 1st
Marlborough Senior Center
40 New Street

Nominate a Marlborough veteran to recognize their service! 104 banners will be hung honoring local veterans. Interested? Fill out the application below and drop it off to a collection box at the Senior Center.

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Job Opening
 
LOST SHOE BREWING & ROASTING COMPANY

Looking for a bartending job? Marlborough's future brewery and coffee shop, Lost Shoe Brewing and Roasting Company, is hiring.


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Double T's Tavern
 
DOUBLE T'S TAVERN

Recently-opened Double T's Weed Street Tavern is looking for part-time dishwashers and prep cooks to work in the kitchen. Stop by during business hours to apply.

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Book Drive


MARLBOROUGH
BOOK DRIVE

May 15 - May 31

Board of Health Office
140 Main Street


Take part in the citywide book drive this month! Donate one or more of your favorite new or used Kindergarten to Grade 5 level books to be used in a local children's program. Drop off your books at the Board of Health Office beginning May 15th.

Learn more!

 

Art Classes


ART CLASSES

Weekly

Post Road Art Center
1 Boston Post Rd E


Connect with your creative side at Post Road Art Center! Check out their variety of art classes for all ages, including printmaking, painting, and calligraphy.


Learn more!

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