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MARLBOROUGH CITY HAPPENINGS - OCTOBER 2018 NEWS ROUNDUP
Marlborough's “live, work, play” concept has influenced real estate developers to build offices, homes, shops and entertainment in the same location.
Marlborough’s Downtown Village area has been designated an official Cultural District by the Mass Cultural Council for a second five-year term.
A downtown business owner has won a key approval for her plan to raze her South Bolton St. office and a neighboring home to make way for a 36-unit condo complex.
City councilors approved a developer’s request for a special permit to construct an 11-unit condominium complex on vacant land at 27 Jefferson St.
Jobs at 23 local companies, including GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Quest Diagnostics, and The TJX Companies, were on offer at the fall Marlborough Works! Job Fair.
The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation received an Excellence in Economic Development Award for its 2016 video “Live, Work, Play in Marlborough".
Andrea Pion, Vice President of Marketing at Marlborough-based The Davis Companies, has been elected executive chair of MEDC.
For many people, fall is a favorite time for hiking and mountain biking in the woods. Here is a wider look at scenic spots and hiking trails located in and around Marlborough. 
A Westwood real estate firm has purchased two fully-leased industrial buildings in Marlborough for a combined $18 million.
Quest Diagnostics, with a regional hub lab in Marlborough, will acquire the laboratory services of global diagnostics company Oxford Immunotec.
Leading network security company Corero, headquartered in Marlborough, has partnered up with a billion-dollar development and marketing company.
Marlborough-based Boston Scientific reported a 52% increase in profit and a 7.7% increase in sales in the third quarter.
Boston Scientific has met its goals at the completion of a 3-year study of a new stress urinary incontinence product that aims to help 18 million adults.
Marlborough-based PUR Water Filtration donated over $450,000 of filtration systems to New Jersey residents with high lead levels in their home water supply.
Marlboro Nissan, based in Marlborough for over 40 years, was awarded the Owner First Award of Excellence for the 8th year in a row.
The TJX Companies, based in Marlborough, was awarded the 2018 Corporate Partner for Youth Award by the Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest at their annual gala.
Famous New England auction house Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers, headquartered in Marlborough, assembles experts with an eye for value and passion for history.
Over the past two years, the Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School has received nearly $1.5 million in Skills Capital Grants to support various STEM programs.
St. Mary's Credit Union sponsored the MHS Reality Fair, an event that gives seniors a taste of what it takes to earn a living and keep a budget in a fun, interactive format.
Marlborough Public Schools celebrated Massachusetts STEM week at Whitcomb Middle School with a host of learning activities and projects for the students.

CPR / HEIMLICH MANEUVER TRAINING
November 16th @ 9am - 1pm
Patriot Ambulance - 15 Sawin Street

Register by November 13th
 

SERVSAFE RESPONSIBLE ALCOHOL TRAINING
December 10th @ 4pm - 8pm
Courtyard Marriott - 75 Felton Street
Register by December 6th

 
The above courses are free for employees of Marlborough restaurants and hotels. Registration is required. To register, contact:
Chris McDade | 508-229-2010 cmcdade@marlboroughedc.com
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 2017 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!
 
The 2018 Marlborough promo video is finally here! Find out why our city is the best place to live, work and play. Watch the full video on our Facebook page and share why you love this city using #WhyILoveMarlborough for a chance to win a gift card to Apex Entertainment. 

Watch now!
 
What kind of business and economic growth do you anticipate in the MetroWest region? If you're employed by a private, public or non-governmental organization that has a presence in MetroWest, the 495/MetroWest Partnership wants to hear from you. Please, take a few minutes to complete this important survey and give your valuable feedback.

Take the survey!

COMMUNITY RECYCLING DAY 

November 10th @ 9am - 3pm
Whitcomb Middle School
25 Union Street

Drop off all your recyclable items for a flat rate of $35 per car load. There will be an extra charge for televisions, computer monitors, child seats and audio speakers. 


TOP GIRLS

November 9th - 11th
First Church in Marlborough
37 High Street

Catch the latest theater production by Marlborough-based Ghost Light Players. Directed by Krisha Maynard and produced by Bryson Michael, Top Girls examines the role of women in society and what it means to be a “successful” woman.


VETERANS' DAY PARADE

November 11th @ 10am
Main Street

This year's Veterans' Day Parade will begin at the American Legion on Maple Street and proceed onto Main Street. Stops will be made at veterans’ memorials along Main Street in honor of those who served. The parade will conclude at the World War I Memorial, also known as “The Doughboy Monument.”

Learn more!
 
NATURAL LIVING EXPO

November 10th - 11th
Royal Plaza Trade Center
181 Boston Post Rd West

New England's largest holistic health and wellness event, featuring 275 exhibitors and 90 workshops, is coming back to Marlborough! Learn how you can benefit from body-mind-spirit healing, green living, healthy eating, stress relief, alternative medicine and making the planet a healthier place for everyone.

 
PARADISE CITY ARTS FESTIVAL

November 16th - 18th

Royal Plaza Trade Center
181 Boston Post Rd West

Paradise City Marlborough brings together outstanding American artists and master craft makers. Enjoy live music, demonstrations, holiday gifts and more at this unique exhibit.


NYC HOLIDAY TRIP

December 2nd @ 6am - 7pm
New York City, NY

The Marlborough Recreation Department's annual New York City day trip leaves by bus from Marlborough and returns the same day. Get your holiday shopping done and enjoy the sights and sounds of NYC!

Register now!

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