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MNA is Fighting for a New Bill to Prevent Workplace Violence

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, acts of violence against health care workers occur at a rate five times greater than the average worker in our country. WMCT Reporter Brittany Murphy sat down with Senator Michael Moore, who filed the first bill to protect nurses, and two longtime nurses who are fighting for a new bill.

Local Special Education Students Remake 'Shake It Off,' Hoping Taylor Swift Visits

Students at Evolution have spent months learning how to clean and sing to their very own version of 'Shake it Off.' Now, they're hoping Taylor Swift will see their hard work and come visit. Evolution is an Assabet Valley Collaborative program that serves special education students, teaching them tasks such as activities of daily living, also known as ADL. 'Shake it Off' by Taylor Swift was voted on by students and memorized to their very own 'Clean it Up' lyrics. Students who can't speak were taught to prompt their devices to the beat of the song. Faculty started sharing the music video on Facebook, which has now been viewed over 20,000 times. But, they are hoping that Taylor Swift will be t

Riding a Bike for a Cure

John Merritt, a Marlborough Resident, Rides his Bike for Research and a Cure for Alzheimer's Disease.

23rd Annual R.F. Wood Kids Classic

Over 140 golfers came to the Marlborough Country Club to play for the 23rd annual R.F. Wood Kids Classic golf tournament. The tournament benefits the 750 kids who attend the Boys and Girls Club's around MetroWest.

YMCA Teams Up with District Attorney for Kid's Safety

According to the Center for Disease Control, every day roughly ten people die from unintentional drowning, of these two are children aged 14 or younger. YMCA President and CEO Rick MacPherson talks about safety and what the Y does to keep kids protected.

MEDC In Favor of Fish Restaurant Expansion

The MEDC has been a big proponent of seeing more single-story buildings go vertically in Downtown Marlborough. Fish Restaurant owner, George Voyiatzis, is proposing a four-story addition to his building on South Bolton Street.

Marlborough Officials Tell Residents to Opt Out of Colonial Power

Marlborough officials are reminding residents that those who have not opted out of Colonial Power are paying a higher rate than they should. According to an announcement from the city, the residential electricity rate for Marlborough residents through November, 2015, is currently $.012858/kWh. However, the residential rate from National Grid is currently $0.09257/kWh.

Community Gathers for Free Opiate Addiction Meeting

Last year, over 1,000 people died of opioid-related overdoses in Massachusetts alone. Middlesex County had the highest amount of unintentional opioid overdose deaths. Two women in Marlborough have decided that it needs to stop in our community.

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