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MARLBOROUGH CITY HAPPENINGS - NOVEMBER 2019 NEWS ROUNDUP
Downtown Marlborough

New breweries and restaurants, the launch of Museum in the Streets, an inaugural Food Truck Festival, and more has come to Downtown Marlborough in the past year.

Early stages of construction have begun on “E on Main,"
a new seven-story multi-use development in downtown Marlborough.

The upcoming $23.7M Marlborough Public Library expansion will double children's area spaces, integrate newer technology, include a community room, and more.

The Marlborough Public Library will temporarily move to the Walker Building next summer, while it is undergoing expansion and renovation.

Indo Laboratories, a marijuana testing facility, recently applied for a license through the Cannabis Control Commission, and plans to open in Marlborough.

OXAN Atacadista, an addiction treatment provider, plans to expand into a $469K flex-industrial condo at Cedar Hill Street in Marlborough.

Marlborough-based medical technology company Hologic recently launched a new product to advance women's health procedures.

Hologic recently received FDA approval for its 3DQuorum Imaging Technology, a device that will reduce interpretation time for existing mammography systems.

Cynosure released a new technology called StimSure, a body-sculpting device that simulates exercise using electromagnetic fields.

Marlborough's Phio Pharmaceuticals will sell 10 million shares of common stock at 10 cents per share to generate $1M in proceeds for cancer research. 

Marlborough-based St. Mary's Credit Union was named the Massachusetts Credit Union of 2019 by the Small Business Association for the fifth year in a row.

Marlborough business DuPont donated $5K to the Marlborough Community Cupboard for its annual "Feed a Family Campaign".

ERA Key Realty Services held a food drive to support the Marlborough Community Cupboard, filling a grand total of 120 bags of food for donation.

The owner of Edaville Family Theme Park sold a property at 250 Locke Drive for over $24M to a West Coast real estate firm.

Harrison Arms, a Marlborough Property with 109 apartment units, was purchased by Cornerstone Realty Capital for $18.4M.

Marlborough business park Cedar Hills recently sold for nearly $7.5M to Red Tower Capital, a San Francisco-based firm.

Kane Self Storage, a company with three Marlborough facilities, sold its Bolton Street storage facility to Merit Hill Capital for $7M.

Marlborough's Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter School ranked at #70 on Newsweek's list of top 500 STEM schools in the country.

Over 70 Assabet Valley seniors received the John and Abigail Adams scholarship, which awards each student with free tuition to a state college or university.

Marlborough High School held its 15th annual "Reality Fair", an interactive financial literacy event to prepare graduating seniors for future responsibilities.

Students from AMSA, Assabet, and Marlborough High designed a prosthetic device during internships created by Boston Scientific and the Marlborough STEM Council.

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. How have we done so far? Send us your feedback!
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Join us for a virtual ride on the City Commuter Shuttle, stopping at Marlborough Hills, the Apex Center, and the Southborough Train Station. The shuttle is a great option for commuters working in Marlborough and residents commuting into Boston or Worcester.

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TOYS FOR TOTS

Now - December 8

Marlborough Public Library
Marlborough Fire Dept.
Marlborough Police Dept.

Give back to kids in need during the holiday season! Donate a new, unwrapped toy for the Marine Toys for Tots Program at any of the three locations listed above. 
 
Learn more!


ASSABET SHOWCASE & ADMISSIONS NIGHT

December 4 @ 6pm

Assabet Valley High School  
215 Fitchburg Street  

Students and families interested in Marlborough's Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School are invited to attend Assabet's annual Showcase/Admissions night, featuring a presentation on the admission's process, self-guided tours and the opportunity to speak with current students.


Learn more! 

Home for the Holidays


HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS ON THE COMMON

December 6 @ 6pm

Union Common
91 Main Street

Join us for Marlborough's annual "Home for the Holidays on the Common" tree lighting event. Mayor Vigeant will be joined by Santa, with special treats provided by The Vin Bin and performances by the Marlborough High School Choir, String Ensemble, and Jazz Ensemble.

Learn more! 

Evening of Giving


EVENING OF GIVING

December 12 @ 7:30pm

Best Western Royal Plaza
181 Boston Post Road W

Bring your friends and family to the 30th Annual Evening of Giving to benefit Roland’s House, the Marlborough–Hudson Homeless Shelter. Enjoy music for all ages, international cuisine, a cash bar, and 50/50 raffle.

Learn more!

Flying Dreams First Year Celebration


FLYING DREAMS BREWING CO. FIRST YEAR CELEBRATION

December 14 @ 12pm - 10pm

Flying Dreams Brewing Co.
277 Main Street

Celebrate the first year of Flying Dreams Brewing Company! Join them for 16 beers on tap and live music all day, plus a free commemorative glass to the first 100 people in the door.

Learn more! 

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