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Marlborough School Officials Consider Reopening Options

MARLBOROUGH- At Tuesday's school committee meeting, Superintendent Bergeron introduced the district's three options for the start of school this fall. Remote learning, hybrid learning and a full return to school, all options the district has to consider. Remote learning continues teaching at home, very similar to how the district operated at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Hybrid learning separates the student body into two groups, with rotating weeks of in-person and remote learning. In this option, desks can be spaced the recommended six feet apart. The last option, a full return to school, would send all students back to class five days a week. In this option, desks could only be s

Vote By Mail In Marlborough

DOWNTOWN MARLBOROUGH- On Monday, Governor Baker signed a bill giving all voters in the state the option to vote by mail in the 2020 elections. As the COVID-19 pandemic lingers, state officials wanted to provide voters a way in which they could still cast votes without visiting crowded polling centers. By July 15th, voters should be mailed an application requesting a mail-in ballot. This application allows voters to vote by mail in both the primary and general election. To vote by mail in the primary election, voters must return the application for request to City Hall by August 26th. Voters who are unregistered or independent must also pick a party. If voting by mail in the general election

Senator Ed Markey Visits Marlborough

MARLBOROUGH- U.S. Senator Ed Markey visited Marlborough to show support for local service employees. The workers at Thrive Support and Advocacy rallied with members of SEIU Local 509 before their union election. The Service Employee International Union represents more than 20,000 service workers and educators across the state. Of those, 7,000 are service workers like the employees at Thrive. Senator Markey joined workers and members for a rally to support and thank Thrive employees for their front-line work during the COVID-19 pandemic. WMCT's Meghan Parsons got the chance to speak with the Senator about issues important to local voters ahead of the election this fall. Elected in 2013, Senat

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