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Shrewsbury High School M.O.V.E Program

Students from Shrewsbury High School are getting hands on work experience at the Courtyard Marriott and The Best Western Royal Plaza in Marlboro. Everyday students work in the kitchen to prepare meals for the hotels.

Marlborough Names Christie Rambetsy As 2018 Senior Of The Year

The 2018 Senior of the Year Awards came to Marlborough High School Wednesday night, honoring a local resident for their outstanding service. "It's one of those fun nights in the city where you get to recognize a senior that's really committed to the community," says Mayor of Marlborough Arthur Vigeant. The crowd enjoyed a three course meal served by city officials and jazz music as Mayor Vigeant announced the 2018 Senior Of The Year, Christie Rembetsy. Rembetsy is a World War II and Korean War veteran dedicated to serving the community and supporting local veterans, with his family standing by him in support as he accepted the award. "I'm very proud and honored that he was a Korean War Vete

Comcast To Interrupt WMCT Signal

Comcast is finishing off their upgrade to fiber for our PEG stations. That means Comcast customers will experience a loss of the WMCT, Marlborough Access and Educational Channels for a 3 to 4 hour period tomorrow (Friday). Thank you in advance for your understanding.

MEDC Hosts Annual "Marlborough Works" Job Fair

The Courtyard Marriott's Marlborough Ballroom was busy on Tuesday evening, filled with candidates hopeful to take the next step in their careers. The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation's 7th annual job fair brings together local companies to match up with local residents currently seeking new employment. "We still have a lot of employers looking for good help, and this is our opportunity to showcase some of those companies and try to connect some of these jobs with the local people," says Arthur Vigeant, Mayor of Marlborough. This year, Mayor Vigeant says, the MEDC kept recent college graduates in mind by opening the doors early at 4:30 for them to provide them with the opportunity

Incident Involving School Bus On Mass Pike Sparks Debate: Should All Buses Have Dash Cameras?

Last week, a Weston School Bus driver got quite the scare when a car swerved in front of him on the Mass Pike before slamming on its brakes and coming to a full stop. Before the driver could pull around the car, the man tried to enter his bus and began jumping on the hood to peek into the windows. That bus driver, Joe Rizoli, then pointed to the dash camera on the bus to let the man know he was being recorded. It was then that the man walked away, but not before Mr. Rizoli had already been shaken by what could have happened if he hadn't pointed it out. "I didn't know if he was going to try and smash the windshield, break the wipers-I didn't know what he was trying to do," said Rizoli, who ha

38 Cars Damaged in Vandalism Spree

A 23-year-old Hudson man is facing a long list of charges this week after going on a vandalism spree damaging 38 cars. Police arrested Adriel "AJ" Serrano after someone reported a man blocking the roadway on Lincoln Street with a cone and waving a three foot piece of wood. Serrano was found smelling strongly of alcohol and unable to keep his balance, in possession of marquee letters that had gone missing from Bolton Street Tavern. Police say the extent of the damage caused during Serrano's spree included broken taillights, smashed windshields, keying in profanities and initials to the side of cars and slashing tires before being apprehended, including a car in the Marlborough Police Departme

Chamber of Commerce President Sue Morreale-Leeber Announces Retirement

If you're a resident of Marlborough, you've probably heard the name Sue Leeber more than a few times. If you've been lucky enough to work with her, you know there are no limits to what she can accomplish. "She's Marlborough's cheerleader," says Don Landers, a close friend of Sue Morreale-Leeber's and City Councilman. The Best Western Ballroom was filled with support on Thursday evening from those whose lives had been touched by her hard work over the years, honoring the many milestones she's made for the City of Marlborough-like bringing in Fidelity and winning more awards than we could count. Flying in from all over the country, Sue's 3 daughters, brother and mother were all there to surpri

MEDC Issues Request for Proposals for Future French Hill Development

Calling all developers! The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation is looking to spruce up French Hill, turning the old train depot site into an exciting new place for residents to enjoy. The MEDC issued a request for proposals to be turned in by June 15th from area developers to help turn the Lincoln/Mechanic Street into something remarkable. While the 2.33 acre plot had been previously zoned for automotive and business, the Meredith Harris of the MEDC says they're looking to make it a bit more exciting. "We're hoping that we're able to find a developer to buy the land from us, work with us, the city and MAPC on some different zoning language. That area we see as being sort of like a


Due to the live Finance Committee Budget Hearings tonight, the School Committee meeting will NOT air live on WMCT-TV. It will run in it's entirety tomorrow morning at 8am and Friday at 7pm. You will also be able to see it On Demand through our web site.

Lincoln-Sudbury Students Walk Out To Make a Statement

On Monday morning at 9:30am, hundreds of students poured out of the doors at Lincoln-Sudbury High School in protest of how officials handled a reported case of sexual assault that dates back to 2013. A lawsuit filed in Boston's U.S. District Court last week was the first they'd heard about a now 19 year old former Lincoln-Sudbury student who had been sexually assaulted when she was a sophomore at the school. The incident reportedly occurred at a football game, and while the then 15 year old reported it right away, the school failed to investigate and never disciplined any of the boys, despite proof in text messages asking for her silence and forgiveness. During Monday's walkout, students hel

French Hill Little Free Library

A Marlboro resident is giving back to the community. Glenn Skinner and his family set up a little free library for people in the area to stop by and grab a free book. There are two different stands, one for children and one for adults. The Skinner's also give away packets with herbs and flowers!

Clean Sweep 2018

The Marlborough community coming together to make the city look it's best.

Hero's Cup- SAT/SUN

Beyond the games there were teams and their respective charities that they were playing for. Here are all the interviews on stage and outside at the tailgating parties!

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