Marlborough has a new Director of Public Health with seven years experience and a passion for health education. Catherine Liberty says she hopes to see more faces and work together with the community.

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Fun, outgoing, loyal, strong — those are just some of the words that remind friends of Bernadette LaFollette. A young Marlborough girl who passed away in December of 2013. Bernadette wasn’t known for her life-threatening condition but rather for her bad jokes and acts of kindness. For a girl scouts project, she wanted to help other kids with illnesses. With the help of Julia Dougherty, the two started a toy drive for the Boston Children’s Hospital.

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Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito continued the “Building Stronger Communities” tour with Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant and local officials on Monday. Governor Charlie Baker recently signed his first executive order, creating the community compact cabinet, to ensure the governor’s office works more closely with local governments. When it came to Marlborough, in particular, officials spoke about the use of hotels for the homeless and the chapter ninety funding that was released to fund local road and bridge repairs.

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In an attempt to bring more businesses to Marlborough the MEDC guided property developers through the downtown area. Downtown Marlborough has always been a booming area for residents so it’s no surprise that developers are flocking to the city for new opportunities. The first outreach effort to market downtown Marlborough was a success, bringing close to fifty developers from across the greater Boston area to tour the city’s thriving economy and newest zoning changes. The tour was invite-only for development firms that had a good track record.

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On Thursday, community leaders joined together to celebrate the opening of the new senior center with a ribbon cutting. After over a decade, Marlborough’s senior community can enjoy a new two-story building with meeting and exercise rooms, a billiard room, computer lab, library, a full kitchen, and multipurpose room that can seat 300 people.

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Want To Have a Garden, But Have No Room at Your House? The City of Marlborough Can Help!

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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!

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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.

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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.