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Marlborough Mayor's Office
140 Main St, Marlborough, MA 01752
This is the office of longtime Marlborough Mayor Nancy Stevens. As the elected head of city government, Mayor StevensMore oversees Marlborough's day-to-day business. She works with City Council, setting an annual budget and planning expenses. Her office is located in City Hall on Main Street, and she also serves as chairperson of the Marlborough School Committee.
Marlborough Superintendents Office
17 Washington St, Marlborough, MA 01752
Marlborough Superintendent Anthony Pope, Ed.D. oversees the public school system in the City of Marlborough. His officeMore is located on the second floor of the Bessie D. Freeman School on the corner of Washington Street. 
Community Newspaper Company
40 Mechanic St, Marlborough, MA 01752
Home of the Marlborough Enterprise, a weekly Gatehouse Media newspaper, this publication covers the town of MarlboroughMore through coverage of breaking news, police and fire, high school sports, as well as arts and entertainment. It is available both online and once a week in print. The paper shares offices in downtown Marlborough with another Gatehouse paper, The Hudson Sun. 
Marlborough Youth Soccer Association
239 Concord Rd, Marlborough, MA 01752
Marlborough Youth Soccer boys' and girls' teams play in the spring and fall seasons. There are 13 age groups, from 6 toMore 18; teams for kids 8 and under are co-ed. Soccer is played on several different fields around town, including those at Marlborough High School, Assabet Valley High School, Byrne, Ghiloni and Kelleher. Registration is done online. Check the website for notices, deadlines and fees. The league is affiliated with the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association.
Sodexo
720 Boston Post Rd E, Marlborough, MA 01752
Sodexo is a provider of integrated food and facility management services in Marlborough. Clients include hospitals,More school districts, military bases, and corporate environments.
Marlborough High School
431 Bolton St, Marlborough, MA 01752
Marlborough High School is just past the police station, up Bolton Street and down a long, private drive. The facilitiesMore are large, with plenty of sports fields and extracurricular activities. The school encourages "academic, social, and personal excellence through a comprehensive education."