On Monday, Framingham Patch was pleased to report that the Framingham Youth Football B Team, comprised of seventh grade students, won the regional playoffs and were awarded the Bay State League Championship trophy.
Tuesday, Patch published a feature article on Farhana Zia; Framingham resident and author of (her first picture book) Hot, Hot Roti for Dada-ji
On Wednesday, Patch reported Selectmen voted 5-0-0 to have the Board of Health meet with interim Town Manager Valerie Mulvey and the building department to come up with an action plan on the Ellingwood issue.
On Friday, Framingham Patch was focused on Veterans; with an article on MetroWest Regional Transit Authority started a shuttle service for local veterans to get them directly from this region to the Veterans Medical Centers in Jamaica Plain and West Roxbury.
And Patch reported Framingham State University has been named to the 2012 Guide to Military Friendly Schools, placing the University in the top 20 percent of schools and colleges in the country "that are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans."
Friday night, Framingham Patch was the first to report on a fatal accident on Waverly Street. Police have still not released the name of the man killed.
On Saturday Framingham Patch featured video coverage of the Veterans Day ceremony held at Cushing Memorial Park and Chapel. More that 100 people gathered to pay tribute to the veterans.