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Relay for Life 2017

A successful American Cancer Society's Relay for Life was held at Ward Park in Marlborough this year. As the American Cancer Society's most successful fundraiser Relay for Life's mission is to raise funds to improve cancer survival, decrease the incidence of cancer, and improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their caretakers. WMCT's Zoe Zandora Reports.

2017 Memorial Day Parade

If you couldn't make the 2017 Memorial Day Parade here in the city, we have you covered. Relive the parade right here!

911 Silent Call Procedure-How It Works

It’s something that has been available for over a decade, and still to this day most people in an emergency wouldn’t think of it: the 911 Silent Call Procedure. We sat down with Officer Sargood of the Marlborough Police Department to learn how to make a call to 911 to communicate an emergency without saying a word. During the 911 silent call procedure which begins once the dispatcher has detected that you are not speaking, they will ask if you need police, fire or ambulance. Once you have made your selection, the dispatcher will ask you a series of specific yes or no questions to which you can respond by pressing numbers 4 or 5. For more information, visit: http://www.mass.gov/eopss/agencies

2017 Annual Veteran's Fishing Derby

For over 30 years, Armed Forces Day at the Marlborough Fish & Game (MFG) Ponds has been a day reserved for one purpose: to honor and thank our Veterans for their service. With the help of other local organizations like AmVets and Mass Wildlife, MFG is able to stock the pond, offer fishing equipment, provide lessons and give away cash prizes for catching a golden fish. “We invite veterans from all over the state-disabled, not disabled-to come down for a fun day of fishing & excitement, and we provide free food through donations, fish stocking, etc.” says Jason Grimes, Fishing Commissioner. "It is very important here at the MFG to honor our veterans on a day like today, and this is how we do i

Assabet Park Story Walk

Local Librarian and Eagle Scout team up to create an interactive story walk for the children of Northborough.

Finance Committee OKs Library Expansion

The library needs full City Council approve in order to seek a grant from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners to help fund the $24-million-dollar project.

Local Gym Helps Cancer Survivor Train for the Climb of Her Life

Marlborough local Gayle Garlick was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia back in June of 2015. Today she's healthy, well and focused on raising awareness of blood cancers as well as raise funds for research. Using a “judgment free” local gym- Gayle built her strength through training and climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in March 2017, raising over $11,000.00 for LLS.

AG Maura Healey Talks Opioid Prevention with City and Local Leaders

Marlborough recently received a $20,000 grant from the Attorney General’s office to help address opioid dependence and addiction through prevention based education. AG Maura Healey held a roundtable discussion with city and local leaders at Marlborough High School about opioid prevention. Zoe Zandora Reports.

AMSA Ranked #2

AMSA ranked #2nd in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 list of Best Massachusetts Public High Schools. Nationally, AMSA ranked 98 out of more than 20,000 public high schools across the country.

Meet Marlborough's 2017 Senior of the Year

Joe Valarioti has lived in Marlborough for 56 years and the seemingly endless list of community contributions he's made goes back just as far. Courtney Petrouski reports.

Miss New England

MAC (Miss American Coed) Pageants are state competitions enforcing "Personal Growth with a Dash of Glitter". The most recent pageant was Miss New England. The crowned winner this year: Elliana Davis, of Assabet Valley.

City Addresses Lead Concerns

Some residents say they're confused and frustrated by recent coverage of elevated levels of lead in the city's water, which Mayor Vigeant asserts is safe to drink.

Michael Hoffman: The Fastest Marlborough Man

More than 30,000 runners crossed the finish line at this years Boston Marathon and 13 of them were from Marlborough! Out of the 13 runners, Michael Hoffman finished the fastest with the time of 2:55:34

New Kids' Book Inspired by French Hill

Budding author Michelle Oram - cousin of Marlborough City Councilor Mark Oram - talks about her first children's book, inspired by her childhood in French Hill.

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