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The proposed legislation is in response to a meningitis outbreak that killed more than 50 people and infected more than 700 individuals. The outbreak was traced back to a Framingham-based company.
Majority Whip of the Massachusetts Senate says she is in the race to be the congressman for the 5th Middlesex District, if Congressman Ed Markey Wins the Senate race on June 25.
New regulations will go into effect tomorrow, May 24.
Town Meeting approved a plan for the Nobscot Chapel and a bylaw change that takes the Town of Framingham one step closer to becoming a Green Community. For all discussion and votes read Framingham Patch's live blog.
The vote was 6-5 for Don Taggart. Town Meeting member Bob Berman received 5 votes.
Outgoing lieutenant governor said recent controversies had nothing to do with decision to resign.
CBS Boston reports Murray has a new job lined up already.
Government, Volunteers in the News
In anticipation of Memorial Day Monday, an Eagle Scout candidate helped organize the placement of flags on Veterans' graves at Edgell Cemetery Sunday with the Town of Framingham's Veterans agent.
Seventh School Committee member to be appointed, 10th night of Town Meeting, Potter Road Environmental Expo and former NASA astronaut speaking at Framingham State all tonight and all featured in today's column.
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