Dan Guindon sits down with Mayor Arthur Vigeant to talk SNOW. How the city is handling it and what you can do to help out in your neighborhood!
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Patty Patulak McShera, a local Marlborough resident, has been living alongside a groundhog for over 19 years.
All Living History episodes are now available right here on the Living History Episodes page!
Boston is in the running to host the 2024 Olympics, so what does this mean for the city of Marlborough?
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On January 21st, Marlborough Fire Department held a ceremony for retiring Deputy Chief, Ron Ayotte.
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Pet Chance held its first fundraiser, which had over fifty people pedaling away at the Solomon Pond Mall on Saturday. The non-profit organization raised over eight thousand dollars to help pet owners who can’t afford their veterinarian bills.
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Marlborough Public Library recently adopted a turtle, Spike!
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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.
WMCT’s anchor for weekend kids program! Kids Korner showcases good old cartoons from a more simple time.
Bringing history to life by showing some of the people and places from Marlborough’s rich, historical past.
Magazine reporters bring you great human interest stories and show you places you may not have seen yet in the metrowest area.