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About Marlborough Connecticut:
Marlborough is adjacent to four other Connecticut towns (Glastonbury to the north, East Hampton to the west, Colchester to the south, and Hebron to the east); East Hampton, Colchester, and Hebron are each in different counties from each other and from Marlborough.
The beginnings of the town can be traced back the opening of Sadler's Ordinary in 1648 -- which is still in business today. Marlborough was incorporated in 1803 with land from three neighboring towns: Glastonbury, Colchester & Hebron.
Although the town is small it is conveniently surrounded by many larger communities and is just minutes away from a Stop and Shop, Shaws, Blockbuster, Mall(s). Several cities are 10 to 20 minutes away. Despite its small size the town has several small communities. The town's elementary school, Elmer-Thienes, was recently renovated. In the fall the Hebron Harvest Fair is right down route 85.
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