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Marlborough receives $2.7M infrastructure grant

WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL – The Massachusetts Office of Housing and Economic Development on Wednesday announced a $2.7-million MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant to pay for streetscape improvements on the outskirts of downtown. ... read more

Marlborough Economic Development Corporation to host Marlborough Works Job Fair

METRO WEST DAILY NEWS – Marlborough Economic Development Corporation, in conjunction with Employment and Training Resources, will host its fourth annual Marlborough Works Job Fair from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Marlborough Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, 75 Felton St. ... read more

Marlborough among world’s smartest cities

WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL – A New York City think tank and foundation on Thursday declared Marlborough as one of the two most intelligent cities in the U.S. and top 21 worldwide for information and communications technology. ... read more

Job Fair coming to the Marriott

MAIN STREET JOURNAL – In a press release issued recently, Marlborough Economic Development (MEDC) touted positive economic figures while announcing an upcoming event aimed at helping job seekers in finding a perfect match. ... read more

30 Marlborough employers slated to attend job fair later this month

METRO WEST DAILY NEWS – In hopes of getting local unemployed residents back to work, the city and 30 area companies will partner together for the fourth annual Marlborough Works! job fair later this month. ... read more

Marlborough gains 6,000 jobs, unemployment down 35% since 2012

WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL – What a difference three years can make. ... read more

Sports toy company plans to move to city

METRO WEST DAILY NEWS – Oyo Sports, a manufacturer of figurines resembling professional athletes, is planning to relocate from Acton to Marlborough, a move that would bring nearly 200 jobs to the city. ... read more

Acton toy manufacturer plans $8 million Marlborough expansion

WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL – An Acton startup that manufactures professional sports player figurines wants to move to Marlborough, according to documents submitted to the City Council by Mayor Arthur Vigeant on Thursday. ... read more

Special Olympics tournament to launch in Marlborough area

COMMUNITY ADVOCATE – On Sept. 16, athlete Gregg Gallant of Shrewsbury delivered a special message at the Yawkey Sports Training Center in Marlborough, headquarters for Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA), where he works as a receptionist. ... read more

Marlborough studying potential downtown sites for a performing arts center

METRO WEST DAILY NEWS – In hopes of attracting more residents and visitors downtown, city officials are studying potential sites for a performing arts center, including the Walker Building and the former senior center. ... read more