Our daily column, 5 Things You Need to Know Today, will help you to get your day started and offer you some fodder for water cooler conversation.
1. There is NO school for Framingham public school students, as well as Marian High, McAuliffe Charter and St. Bridget School students.
As Framingham Public Schools are cancelled, so are all activities at the schools for students.
On Monday afternoon, Framingham public schools announced a two-hour delayed opening for Tuesday, but by 11 p.m. had abandoned that idea for the sixth snow day of the year.
Framingham High principal Michael Welch said the 2-hour delayed opening would have been a first for the district in more than 20 years.
Many believe it would have been the first-ever for the public school district, if it had happened.
As of now, the last day of school for Framingham public school students - except for the class of 2013 - is Wednesday, June 26.
2. As of 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, Framingham State University has a 2-hour delayed opening.
3. Framingham Town Manager Bob Halpin tweeted to Framingham Patch Monday night news of a delayed opening for the Memorial Building and other town buildings, including the Framingham Public Libraries and the Senior Center
4. Curbside trash collection will take place today (as of 5 a.m.), but will likely be delayed as DPW crews will be out treating and plowing Framingham's many roads. If that changes, we will post an update here.
5. Framingham Selectmen are scheduled to meet at 7 p.m in the Memorial Building and Framingham School Committee is scheduled to meet at 7:30 p.m. in the King Building.
Framingham Patch will post any cancellations or changes here.