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MARLBOROUGH CITY HAPPENINGS - FEBRUARY 2020 NEWS ROUNDUP
Marlborough Library Rendering

Officials revealed the final plans for the $23.7 million renovation and expansion of Marlborough's library.

The City of Marlborough purchased two vacant Bolton St. lots and a house with plans to turn the areas into public parking to accommodate visitors and future growth.

The City's Finance Committee approved a $3M transfer for corrective environmental actions at a former landfill, with hopes to build athletic fields on the 35-acre site.

Marlborough expects to fully fund its long-term liability for post-employment benefits for retirees by year 2046 while strengthening the city's bond rating.

The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce unveiled a new brand and a new logo that reflects their mission to connect businesses and form partnerships.

New smoothie and juice bar opens on Boston Post Road in Marlborough, selling healthy food options and energizing teas.

Sawyer Brook Distinctive Fabrics and Buttons will open its new showroom doors on Boston Post Rd. E. in Marlborough, offering high-quality fabrics and accessories.

Marlborough-based Hologic added a 32-employee financial service center to its existing manufacturing plant in Costa Rica.

Marlborough manufacturing company TASI Group recently acquired Germany-based Cassel Messtechnik GmbH with hopes to expand its global presence.

Marlborough-based ReWalk Robotics hopes to raise $7M for sales, marketing and research and development by selling 5.6M shares.

Hologic's Panther diagnostic system now allows labs to increase testing abilities by autonomously running tests for up to 13.5 hours with its new updates.

Marlborough's The Davis Companies was chosen as the winner of Clearlyrated's "Best of Staffing" award for the sixth consecutive year.

Marlborough's Apex Entertainment Center earned recognition as an "Autism Welcoming Business" after completing training by Framingham's Autism Alliance.

Marlborough-based Oxford Immunotec donated tuberculosis tests to China to help health officials distinguish the disease from cases of Coronavirus.

Hologic pushes for greater corporate responsibility with a letter to shareholders that asks public and private companies to serve an increased social purpose.

A Marlborough property at 45 Bartlett St. sold for nearly $5 M, with over 40K SF of flex/industrial space that features skylights and a greenhouse style entry.

A retirement community builder, Resort Lifestyle Communities, recently bought a parcel at 90-92 Crowley Drive for $4.6M.

Marlborough’s three high schools and the Marlborough STEM Council have partnered with the city’s elementary schools to lead STEM lessons for fourth graders.

The Marlborough High School wrestling team celebrates its diversity with team members from eight different countries around the world.

Juniors from Marlborough's Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter School claimed first place in the 55M hurdles event at the District E Championships.

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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MA Beer Week


MA BEER WEEK: MARLBOROUGH BREWERS PASSPORT

March 7th - 14th

Marlborough Breweries

Celebrate MA Beer Week in Marlborough! Get your passport stamped at all of Marlborough's breweries during MA Beer Week and receive a FREE official Mass Beer Glass! 

 Plus, join Lost Shoe Brewery for events throughout the week, including a Vin Bin beer and cheese pairing and live music.

 

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Mayor's Charity Ball


MAYOR'S CHARITY BALL

March 14th @ 6:30pm

Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Ceter
181 Boston Post Road

The Mayor's Charity Emerald Ball will feature Irish music, delectable hors d'oeuvres and desserts from area restaurants, coffee, dancing, a silent auction and a cash bar.

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CRAFTER DARK: PAINTED BEAD NECKLACE

March 9th @ 6:30PM

Marlborough Public Library
35 W Main Street


Create your own personalized necklace by painting a wooden bead with acrylic and tempura paint at the Marlborough Public Library.

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Taste of MetroWest

TASTE OF METROWEST

March 17th @
 5pm
Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center
1657 Worcester Rd, Framingham

Check out the 10th Annual taste of MetroWest, where representatives from Marlborough's restaurants will be giving out samples of delicious food and drinks.
  
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2020 BOOT SCOOTIN' AWARDS CELEBRATION

March 27th @
 5:30pm
Hudson Portuguese Club
13 Port Street, Hudson

Please join the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce for some good ole country fun as we honor our members!
  
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PET CPR & FIRST AID TRAINING CLASS

March 29th @
 11am
Marlborough Fire Department
215 Maple Street

Join Paws N Claws for this highly interactive training to learn how to help your pets in a variety of emergency situations. No prior experience/training needed!
  
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