Here is collection of headlines from the past week on Marlborough Patch. Follow the link to see the stories:
A local man made local and national headlines after his arrest for assaulting a 6-year-old child and pouring hot sauce into his mouth. The alleged assailant has his bail revoked due to earlier criminal activity.
Superintendent Anthony Pope dominated the headlines on Thursday, when the city's teacher's union took a vote of no confidence in the schools leader and Pope was in court, where a clerk magistrate cleared him of any charges in connection with an alleged shoving incident during a rally at the high schoole earlier this year.
The city's community garden inititiave is proving to be extremely popular, with city officials telling Patch that all of the gardening plots have been reserved and that plants will be in the ground within two weeks.
In the latest Readers Choice poll, Patch readers chose The Vin Bin as the top local liquor store.
It's graduation seasonand Quinsigamond Community College issued certficates and degrees to more than 1,300 graduates, including 34 from Marlborough.