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The Marlborough Public Schools Music Association (MPSMA) is once again wrapping gifts at the Solomon Pond Mall for shoppers. The profits go towards keeping the music programs in the school systems alive and running throughout the school day. President of MPSMA Marlene Manell says over 100 volunteers work a total of 486 hours for the fundraiser — with the booth being open only around 169 hours. The volunteers are made up of parents of music students, alumni parents, alumni students, high school students and school committee members, as well as several community members.

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Last Friday, the Marlborough Police Department (MPD) partnered with the Target ‘Heroes and Helpers’ program to give local children in need a chance to shop for Christmas gifts. With a flexible limit of $100, donated by Target, each child’s guided by a ‘hero’ from the MPD to pick any gift they choose for either themselves or a loved one. While this was the first yea for the program in Marlborough, all parties involved hope to recreate the experience next year.

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Murphy Insurance is collecting new, unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots program. Brittany Murphy has the details..

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The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Committee has chosen a new superintendent and he can’t wait to begin his new job

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The 2014 Evening of Giving marked the events 25th anniversary. Over the years the event has raised thousands, if not millions of dollars for Roland’s House in Marlborough. On December 4th, friends and family once again met up at the Best Western Royal Plaza for a great city event that not only brought people together for the holidays but also supports a great cause.

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For the second year, the Brigham Family Trust awarded grants to non-profits in need. The ceremony held at the Marlborough Senior Center was a proud moment for trust board members and an exciting moment for recipients.

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You’ve seen all the TV shows and movies about spirits and the possibility of their existence. We hooked up with paranormal investigation teams and mediums to try and determine whether ghosts REALLY exist or not. If you are looking for Sci Fi Channel productions with creepy music playing during the investigations, you won’t find it here!

WMCT-TV, channel 8 (channel 34 for Verizon subscribers), has established itself as the eyes and ears of the community. With a weekly newscast and a magazine style news program all you need to know is right here! We are proud to say that we are not your ordinary local TV station. We bring you more!

Marlborough Access, channel 96 (channel 33 for Verizon subscribers), gives the residents of Marlborough their own personal television station. With this station, access producers create and provide entertaining and informative shows after training from the staff at WMCT.

Kids Korner TV Show

Kids Korner

WMCT’s anchor for weekend kids program! Kids Korner showcases good old cartoons from a more simple time.

Living History TV Program

Living History

Bringing history to life by showing some of the people and places from Marlborough’s rich, historical past.

Marlborough's WMCT TV The Magazine

The Magazine

Magazine reporters bring you great human interest stories and show you places you may not have seen yet in the metrowest area.

A Day in the Life TV Program

A Day in the Life

Viewers experience different professions as WMCT TV follows locals doing their jobs throughout a single day.