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MARLBOROUGH CITY HAPPENINGS - MARCH 2020 NEWS ROUNDUP
COVID-19 Resources

MEDC has compiled a list of COVID-19 resources including statewide orders, financial assistance, and more.

The federal government enacted the CARES Act, which provides unemployment compensation to individuals not covered under regular MA unemployment law.

The City of Marlborough provides residents with centralized daily updates each weekday, including new city protocols and emergency orders.

Mayor Vigeant activated the Marlborough Community Hotline for residents to get information or assistance about city services during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Marlborough Board of Health is actively tracking the community's COVID-19 cases and providing daily health advisories to residents.

Marlborough's Quest Diagnostics has become an epicenter of the coronavirus fight and is ramping up to be able to test 20,000 people per day across the country.

Marlborough tech company Persivia has released a new module within its healthcare platform to assist healthcare professionals identify patients who may have COVID-19.

Governor Charlie Baker visited Quest Diagnostics this month where he spoke about the importance of increased coronavirus testing in Massachusetts.

Marlborough's Marijuana testing facility, Garden Remedies, has begun producing hand sanitizer that will be donated to Massachusetts hospitals.

Marlborough’s Adcole Maryland Aerospace has been sold for an undisclosed price to a private equity firm whose portfolio includes aerospace.

Marlborough-based Hologic has placed its 1,000th Panther Molecular Diagnostics System, a fully automated testing platform, in the United States.

ReWalk - More Than Walking, a Marlborough medical device company, gave a U.S. Veteran the opportunity to walk again with their robotic exoskeleton device.

Marlborough property at 100 Crowley Drive recently sold for $16.5M to Commonwealth Management, a contractor from Newton, MA.

A large undeveloped 30-acre parcel of land at 528 Robin Hill Street in Marlborough has recently gone on the market, starting conversations about the site's potential.

In a recent Niche.com ranking, Marlborough's Advanced Math and Science Academy was named the #1 best overall charter high school in Massachusetts.

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School donated personal protection equipment to Marlborough's UMass Memorial Hospital and Northborough's Coleman House.

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  2019 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. How have we done so far?  Send us your feedback!
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The City of Marlborough is in urgent need of gowns to protect against COVID-19. Our first responders are running out of gowns that they need to support our community and keep themselves safe.

 

If you or anyone you know is able and willing to donate, please contact our office at 508-229-2010 or the Mayor’s office at 508-460-3770. 

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Medical Reserve Corps

The Marlborough Board of Health is actively looking for volunteers  to join the Medical Reserve Corp (MRC). Volunteers include medical and non-medical personnel who help prepare and respond to public health emergencies.


Apply now!


Senior Aid Program

The City of Marlborough has initiated a Senior Aid Program to allow volunteers and senior center staff to assist Marlborough seniors with tasks such as grocery and medicine retrieval during the COVID-19 outbreak. 


Learn more!


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that your business may be in need of extra workers on an urgent basis. If your business is hiring for positions of any kind in and around Marlborough, we want to help you spread the word online. 

 

Send us an email at press@marlboroughedc.com with the name of your business, available positions, and how to apply.

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Support local Marlborough restaurants, bars, and breweries while they are take-out only! Many locations have updated hours, special pricing, and delivery options.  Check out a full list of Marlborough restaurants available for take-out orders at the link below.

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MEDC Executive Director, Meredith Harris, recently joined Worcester Business Journal on their podcast "The Weekly Business Report". Co-hosts Hank Stolz & Brad Kane spoke with Harris about the COVID-19 pandemic, MetroWest businesses, and Marlborough's local response.

 

Listen now!

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