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5K Raises Money for a Family in Need

In this photo is Sue Blaisdell and her family, the Marlboro Police Patrolmen 5K was dedicated to her and all of the proceeds went directly to her family.

Child Identification Program

Has your child gone through an identification program? Vanessa Rose spoke with a local dentist offering this service to all children for free.

New Sculptures at Marlborough High

Students collaborate with a local artist to bring new pieces of art to their campus. WMCT's Vanessa Rose went to the ceremony unveiling the new sculptures.

Remembering 9/11

What do you remember from the day that changed the U.S. forever? Rob Seymour shares with Vanessa Rose why he places flags in the ground every year.

Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes

Lexi Evangelous, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and her mother Cindy are taking a stand and walking together to support diabetes research and to hopefully find a cure.

Local Assabet Valley Grads Chosen for WBJ 40 Under Forty

Every year the Worcester Business Journal looks for 40 leaders in our community who are under the age of forty. This year, among those, are two Assabet Valley grads. Reporter Brittany Murphy sat down with Marlborough winner Alexis Dascoli to find out more.

Children Are Getting Drunk Off Hand Sanitizer: Dr. Latimer Explains

Children are getting drunk off of hand sanitizers. In 2014, there were 386 cases of poisoning exposures due to hand sanitizers, according to the Regional Center for Poison Control and Prevention. Reporter Brittany Murphy sat down with Doctor Latimer at Doctor's Express to find out what makes sanitizer so dangerous.

Uber vs. Taxi's: Both Sides Weigh In

In a packed auditorium at the State House on Tuesday, supporters watched as lawmakers debated over regulation for the ride sharing service Uber. Reporter Brittany Murphy spoke with a local taxi company owner and Uber's Boston General Manager to hear both sides of this debate.

Distracted Driving Hits Home with Marlborough Students

Each day in the United S tates, more than nine people are killed and over one thousand are injured in crashes involving a distracted driver. Arbella Insurance is teaming up with Marlborough High School to prevent those accidents by teaching students the risks of distracted driving with a simulator.

Meet Charlie!

In WMCT-TV's tradition of Furball Fridays, here is another loveable dog up for adoption at Buddy Dog Humane Society. For more information visit buddydoghs.com

Spreading Addiction Awareness in Marlborough

These purple flags represent the number of lives lost in Massachusetts in 2014 due to addiction. Kathy Leonard is trying hard to make people in the city more aware of how many lives addiction actually affects.

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