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The guest list is exclusive, admission is free, and it’s the biggest red-carpet party in town.
The special meeting will also take up a recent vote of no-confidence in the superintendent.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools
Patch looks back at the biggest stories of the week in Marlborough.
Schools, Sports, Local Connections
This Marlborough High School junior became passionate about baseball after playing just one game.
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.
The School Committee said staff members will be offered professional development opportunities in conflict resolution.
This Marlborough High School junior has been running track since eighth grade.
Patch takes a look back the week's biggest stories.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
The college held commencement on Thursday with 1,327 diplomas handed out in all, 34 of them to Marlborough residents.
Schools from the Northeast bring their autonomous and remote-controlled robots to compete in shooting basketballs and balancing on Teeter-Totters.
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