5 Things You Need To Know Today: Nov. 16
The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities is holding a hearing on NSTAR at Walsh Middle School tonight at 7. The state is specifically collecting comments on NSTAR's response during Hurricane Irene.
Our daily morning column, 5 Things You Need to Know, provides you with information that can help you plan your day and give you some fodder for water cooler conversations.
1. Drivers should expect to see less traffic near Fountain Steet, as that bridge which has been closed much longer than expected due to a state construction project is set to re-open today, according to the State. There is still work to be done, but it will be done at non-peak times, a spokesperson said.
2. Framingham Education Foundation will hold its 20th Annual Spelling Bee tonight at Cameron Middle School at 7. The public is invited to this free event, which raises funds for the foundation. Hopefully, none of the participants have ortographobia. The team from Dunning Elementary won last year.
3. The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities is holding a hearing on NSTAR at Walsh Middle School tonight at 7. The state is specifically collecting comments on NSTAR's response during Hurricane Irene, but if you were unhappy about NSTAR's response to the Snowtober storm, you will likely be allowed to comment, as well.
4. Margarita's is celebrating its one-year birthday today. The restaurant is inviting residents to stop by for free appetizers between 6-8 p.m., free cake and other festivities.
5. Stand for Children is holding a regional "Town Hall" forum at the main Framingham Library in the Costin room tonight from 7-8:30. Learn more about the Great Teachers Great Schools campaign, too.