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The city generated 750 jobs in the past year, bringing the unemployment rate to a 19-year low of 2.0%.

Marlborough received a $2M MassWorks grant to make improvements along Lincoln Street, including adding new traffic lights and upgrading on-street parking.

Massachusetts Senator Jamie Eldridge secured a $200,000 earmark from the state budget to upgrade the Marlborough Boys & Girls Club facility.

Mayor Arthur Vigeant is looking forward to working on projects for schools, politics, and transportation as he begins his fifth term this year.

The Marlborough Public Library will temporarily be calling the Walker building home in 2020 while they undergo renovations and an expansion.

Marlborough's newest restaurant, The Fix Burger Bar, recently opened for lunch and dinner on Lakeside Ave, serving burgers, drinks, and more.

Welly's Restaurant, a Marlborough hot-spot, has expanded its space to accomodate more patrons after receiving funding through a MEDC toolbox grant.

Marlborough-based cloud storage provider Nasuni will be adding 10K SF to its existing 6K SF space on Boston Post Road.

Marlborough-based med-tech company Hologic completed the sale of its Cynosure medical aesthetic business for a total of $205 million.

Marlborough's Pruller Restaurant, serving Brazilian food buffet style, was ranked on Yelp's national list of Top 100 Places to Eat in 2020.

Marlborough-based medical device company CardioFocus recently promoted its president, Burke Barrett, to CEO of the company.

Four Marlborough businesses, including DCU and Apex Entertainment, were recognized in Worcester Business Journal's 2020 Best of Business Awards.

Marlborough company Boston Scientific was ranked nationally in a 2020 Corporate Equality Index for meeting the needs of its LGBTQ employees.

Marlborough's Universal Window provided nearly 500 custom historic replica windows for Lowell's Thorndike Exchange, a new mixed-use complex.

Residents in the Jo-Len Village banded together to purchase their mobile home park complex for $14M, with assistance from the Cooperative Development Institute.

A four-story, 80K SF office building at Lizotte Drive in Marlborough was purchased for $3.3M by Brady Sullivan Properties of Manchester, N.H.

A two-story, 13K SF medical office building on Forest Street was recently sold to Illinois-based Marlborough Education LLC for nearly $3M.

Marlborough's Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter School ranked among Niche's list of the Top 100 Schools of 2020 in Massachusetts.

The Crossroads School in Marlborough recently held their annual Awards Assembly to recognize local sponsors, partners, and staff.

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!

Want to know more about the health of Marlborough's economy and the key indicators that drive it? Look no further than MEDC's 2019 Annual Report! Plus, see which businesses are making our city their home and learn about current and upcoming projects that affect you and your community

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Marlborough Public Library Presentation


February 6th @
February 12th @ 4pm
February 14th @ 10am
Marlborough Public Library
35 W Main Street

Want an update on the library's upcoming renovation and expansion project? See it for yourself! Plans for the upgrades will be unveiled at a series of public sessions in the library’s Bigelow Auditorium. 
Learn more!


February 7th, 8th, & 9th
All day

Best Western Royal Plaza
181 Boston Post Road W

New England Home Shows is coming to Marlborough! This three-day event features over 100 exhibitors showing and selling a wide range of home products and design options. 

Learn more! 

Makers Meet Up


February 13th @ 6pm

Strange Brew
416 Boston Post Rd E

Meet with other artists, craftsman and hobbyists in the Central MA area view the group's last show, Nautical Nonsense. Plus, get the chance to meet new people and pitch your own ideas!

Learn more!

Polar Plunge


February 15th @ 11am

Special Olympics MA
512 Forest Street

The Law Enforcement Torch Run is partnering with Marlborough Police Department for the 4th annual Polar Plunge! After the plunge, join us for some food, music, and fundraising and costume awards.

Learn more!


February 24th @
Marlborough Public Library
35 W Main Street

Come read books about physics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, and more! No science experience necessary - come to share your expertise or to learn something new.
Learn more!


February 29th @
Lost Shoe Brewing & Roasting Company
19 Weed Street

Enjoy an evening at Lost Shoe Brewing and Roasting Company for a beer and some delicious treats! Plus, hear live music by April Renzella.
Learn more!

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