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Government, Police & Fire, Schools
Patch looks back at the biggest stories of the week in Marlborough.
The new park fills a vacant lot left when a restaurant burned in 2010--and was announced two days after a former mayor criticized current officials for not investing in public amenities.
Superintendent Anthony Pope said a range of possible cuts will be presented to help close a $1.1 million hole in the 2013 schools budget.
Boston Scientific, Raytheon and others will be on hand to meet potential employees next month.
Government, Police & Fire
The National Registry of Exonerations documents more than 2,000 people who it says were wrongly imprisoned for crimes they did not commit.
The City Council will take a final vote on the fiscal year 2013 budget at its next meeting.
Patch takes a look back the week's biggest stories.
School board chair's written support of superintendent raises questions for letter-writer.
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