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Glazer: "In the spirit of practicality, I suggest the Town of Framingham 'move Halloween' ... to avoid the bad weather and possible "Sandy clean-up."
Framingham Taxpayers' Association: "Jon Fetherston will better serve the interests of the taxpayers and the economy."
Middle school students invited to participate with Framingham High's marching band tonight, haunted hayrides, Zombie Prom opening night, YMCA family Halloween party and Hurricane Sandy all featured in today's column.
Last day to register for Pumpkins in the Park, Sen. Scott Brown in Framingham today, candidates from 7th Middlesex District in forum, yoga & parenting workshop and super heroes capture the main Framingham Library all featured in today's column.
Old Shoppers World show & tell, Special Town Meeting resumes tonight, Women for Brown rally in Framingham and anti-sexist male activist speaking at Framingham State University all featured in today's column.
Chasan: Town Meeting should approve $30,000 for veterans, money for additional Sunday library hours and give schools 60% of Chapter 70 funding.
Genzyme open house, family and veterans yoga, Girl Scout registration, free flu shots and McCarthy Elementary Pumpkin Fair all featured in today's column.
Opinion, Police & Fire
We also took note of a man who found it suspicious that a pair was walking through town without an umbrella.
McAuliffe library celebration, Rotary pancake breakfast, youth lacrosse registration, McCarthy Elementary's annual Pumpkin Fair and curbside leaf collection featured in today's column.
Hoops & Homework approved, Fire Department Halloween Party, Flyers Football, a Haunted Farm and the difference between spirituality and religion featured in today's column.
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