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1. Framingham Public Schools are closed today, due to Yom Kippur.
2. Framingham State University will host a
3. Tickets on sale for the Million Dollar Murder Mystery performed by the Framingham Community Theatre opening night performance at Village Hall tomorrow, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. Dessert only served on Thursday. Tickets $25. No tickets sold at the door.
4. Governor Deval Patrick Tuesday announced $4 million in grants to support increased skill training and workforce alignment, improved student learning outcomes and efficiency measures at community colleges across the Commonwealth. Mass Bay Community College, with a campus in Framingham, was among the colleges receiving a grant.
5. The state will hold a hearing Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. in the Ablondi Room at the Memorial Building to hear feedback from the public on its proprosed downtown traffic and street improvements plan. The proposal would rebuild and resurface from Gordon Street to Lincoln Street on Route 126 and the existing rotary would be replaced by a three-way signalized intersection at Union Avenue and Concord Street.
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