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Local Musicians Walking 200 Miles to Keep Arts Alive

The Massachusett's Walking Tour is not a route across the state, but a band that's hiking two-hundred miles along the Bay Circuit Trail to remind locals how important the arts really are. The tour began with two members who now collaborate with local artists and trail groups, hiking roads and trails with instruments and camping gear strapped to their backs. When they do stop along the 200-mile route, the team plays free community concerts.

2015 Taste of Marlborough

Although the weather was a setback, three large tents set up in Downtown Marlborough offering wine and beer tasting, food, and entertainment for the annual Taste of Marlborough.

Fundraising for Sophia

WMCT had the Pleasure of Meeting These Two Incredible Men Raising Money for Such a Great Cause.

It's the Season for Strawberries

Tougas Farm in Northborugh Shows WMCT how to Pick Strawberries the Right Way and They Offer a Variety of Fruits in These Upcoming Months.

A Day In The Life @ MFA

The crew of A Day In The Life was in Stow yesterday to shoot with the Massachusetts Fire Fighting Academy. We got behind the scenes of all the fire fighting training that the recruits go through. The editing process will begin soon and you can look for this new episode in July. You can check back here and on our schedules page for a premier date!

Walker Building Ghosts!

It's been said for a long time that the Walker Building is haunted. We will know soon enough as Rise Up Paranormal joined the crew of WMCT-TV's new docu-series, "The Paranormal Truth" in investigating the historic site last weekend. "The Paranormal Truth" is set to premier this fall on WMCT-TV. This isn't like the usual ghost hunting shows on other stations. This one keeps it real and keeps it moving. In other words, no nonsense with scary music, big teases and reacting to every little noise as if it's a spirit!

Memories Now Lost in the Rubble at Hudson Catholic

The landscape of downtown Hudson has forever changed this week. Hudson Catholic High School, which first opened its doors in 1959, was demolished. Reality has set in for alumni and former staff that the school, which meant so much to so many, os now lost to history.

Marlborough's Memorial Day Parade

Veterans, local officials, marching bands, and others, are walking through the streets of Marlborough in honor of American service members who paid the ultimate price for freedom.

Avoiding Another Algae Bloom in Marlborough

With the weather getting warmer, the risk of algae blooms are getting stronger. Last summer, high cyanobacteria algae levels closed Memorial Beach for weeks. Exposure to the algae can cause skin and eye irritation, nausea or flu like symptoms, as well as other potentially serious problems in humans and pets. Marlborough’s public health director tells us how to avoid another repeat.

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