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New England Patriot Chris Sullivan Visits Marlborough School To Deliver Strong Message

MARLBOROUGH- While he may be known as a strong athlete on the field that helped bring the New England Patriots to victory in 2001, Chris Sullivan shocked an audience of local Marlborough residents on Monday evening as he told the crowd that image of him was not the way he saw himself at all. Instead, before signing footballs and sneakers for the crowd of fans, Sullivan described himself in a much darker place: stuck in a devastating battle with addiction. Today, he and his wife Kathi are on a mission to make sure others fighting that battle know they have someone they can turn to alongside local advocate Kathy Leonard. "I have no reason not to be here," says Sullivan. "Part of recovery is gi

Mayor Seeks Humanitarian Award Nominations

Do you know someone compassionate, charitable and full of community spirit? Mayor Arthur Vigeant asks for your help in his search for the next recipient of the Marlborough Humanitarian Award. Nominate a special individual by writing a letter explaining why they should be considered, including the nominees name and contact information. Letters should be emailed to mayorscharityball@marlborough-ma.gov or sent to the Mayor's office at 140 Main Street. Residents have until March 2nd to submit their nominations.

A vision for success

A vibrant ten year old Northborough girl with a vision impairment and her mother are on a solid mission to help out the local Metrowest community. Madisyn Lathrop suffers from a condition which impairs her vision and makes it difficult to read small print books. Tracy Lathrop along with her daughter Madisyn, are currently working on making large print books more accessible to the local community, and more importantly the local libraries. They are even reaching out to Governor Charlie Baker, in the hopes for some assistance in making their dreams come to a reality. For the full story please watch below!

Marlborough Senior Center Health Expo 2020

On January 14th, the Marlborough Senior Center put on an excellent afternoon event for seniors in the local area. Seniors were able to enjoy some food, get some great resources, and even enjoy some live belly dancing entertainment! It was an afternoon jam packed for those looking to enjoy a nice day out in the city. Resource booths included hospice care how to downsize and much more. Food was provided by Chick Fil -A, Panera, and Olive Garden Also, the Silver Moon Gypsies enjoyed putting smiles on attendees faces and teaching them to stay active at any age, through belly dancing . For the full story, please watch below.

Snoop Dogg Visits Pot Shop in Uxbridge

UXBRIDGE- Snoop Dogg hung out with customers at Caroline's Cannabis right here in central Massachusetts Tuesday night. The iconic rapper arrived on a black tour bus, greeted by hundreds of fans waiting to meet him. Customers hit the jack pot at their local store, getting the chance to meet and take pictures with Snoop Dogg. With posters, signs and CDs in hand, fans waited in freezing temperatures for their chance to meet Uncle Snoop. Students from surrounding colleges and local residents jumped at the once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet the rapper.

Marlborough's Pruller Restaurant Named in Yelp's 'Top 100' for 2020

MARLBOROUGH- Tucked away on Lincoln Street hides one of the best restaurants in the country. Yelp released its “Best Places to Eat in 2020’ list and ranking #76, Pruller Restaurant. WMCT broke the news to owner Erich Pruller, who explained the feeling of making this famous list as overwhelming. The small, family-run business serves traditional Brazilian food. The most popular item on Pruller’s menu is their meat. Cooked on skewers on their grill, they come in all different flavors. Whatever your taste, this restaurant has something for everyone. The only thing better than the food, the prices. Pruller Restaurant offers a $15.99 all-you can-eat buffet option. Yelp determines the list based on

Two Dogs Dead, Woman Injured After Struck By Car

MARLBOROUGH- Last night, an accident left a woman seriously injured and two dogs dead after they were hit by a car. It happened on the corner of West Main and Winthrop Street around 8:30 pm. A woman walking two dogs was struck by a car while crossing the street, using the crosswalk. The two dogs died from their injuries. Paramedics treated the victim on scene, who was then transported to a nearby hospital. Officers found a vehicle with severe damage to the windshield and front bumper at the scene. Police say the driver remained on scene after the incident and as of now, has not been charged. As of this morning, the victim remains in the hospital with serious injuries. Marlborough Police and

Marlborough Woman Threatens Accident Witnesses, Resists Arrest

MARLBOROUGH-A witness says 22-year-old Rebecca Pruitt of Marlborough waved a gun as she pulled out of the Lakeside Avenue Shell Gas Station parking lot after being involved in a minor accident just after 4pm on Monday afternoon. According to witness statement, after exchanging information with the other driver Pruitt allegedly pointed a black firearm at the group as she pulled out of the parking lot. Officers were able to locate Pruitt within the hour based on information from the scene of the crash, and while they were not able to locate the firearm Pruitt began resisting arrest and during the booking process reportedly struck an officer, spat, and threatened the officer and their family. P

Mancave Madness in Marlborough

Are you into decking out your man cave? Well, than this story is just for you. Over the holiday break the city of Marlborough held an extra special hockey expo geared towards fans that love sports memorabilia. The event was put on by sports enthusiast Tom Frost, he wanted an awesome event where sports collectors could buy and sell some great one of a kind sports gear. The event was filled with lots of local attendees that have a passion for sports and memorabilia collecting. There were rows of sticks, game worn jerseys, signed posters, and much more to be bought, traded, and sold! Hall of Fame hockey referee, and Dorchester area native Paul Stewart was in attendance signing autographs. Also

Marlborough's 81st Municipal Inauguration Recap

MARLBOROUGH- On the first Monday of the new year, Mayor Vigeant and members of the city council and school committee swore into office. In the War Memorial Auditorium at the Whitcomb School, city officials and residents gathered for the city of Marlborough's 81st Inaugural Exercises. In his inauguration speech, Mayor Vigeant highlighted Marlborough's success over the last 8 years. He included that the city's success was achieved with the help of many others. The city is in the best financial shape in its history and was also voted one of the 10 best Boston suburb communities for the 2019 year. For the upcoming year, a new fire station and renovations to the French Hill neighborhood are expec

Marlborough Experiences One Robbery, One Attempt in Same Week

MARLBOROUGH- On December 23, Marlborough police received reports of a robbery at Honey Dew Donuts on Boston Post Road. At around 4 p.m., a woman wearing a ski mask entered the store and told employees to open the register. She carried a plastic bag and tried to jump over the counter to open the register herself. Before officers arrived, the suspect fled without taking any money. Four days later, police received a similar report of a robbery at Avidia Bank on Maple Street. After 5 p.m., a man wearing a bandana to cover his face demanded an employee give him money. He fled before officers arrived. After a search of the area, it was unable to determine if the suspect traveled on foot or in a v

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