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"Stop the Spread" Testing in Marlborough

MARLBOROUGH- Massachusetts started the 'Stop the Spread" campaign to help eliminate further transmission of coronavirus. The state opened testing sites in communities across the commonwealth with cases higher than the state's average, Marlborough was one of them. This testing is completely free and open to anyone, even those without symptoms. Marlborough has testing sites at Marlborough Hospital, Jaworek Elementary School and AFC Urgent Care on Boston Post Road West. At the Marlborough Hospital location, more than 3,000 people came to get tested in the first few weeks. However, the large turnout doesn't correspond with a spike in community cases. Chief operating officer and chief nurse at Ma

Residential Project at McGee Farm Sparks Concern

MARLBOROUGH- Developers seek a special permit to build an apartment complex on the McGee Farm property. At a city council meeting, councilors opened the floor to the public who had the chance to voice their support or concern over the project. More than a dozen residents called in to the meeting to oppose the project. The most common concern, an increase in traffic. Residents also worry the construction will hurt the land's ecosystem and influx of residents will place on a strain on city resources. But no one shares these concerns more than Lila Rule. She has boarded her horses at McGee Farm the last 13 years, but recently started living on the farm. She thinks the farm is not the right prop

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