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Government, Police & Fire, Business
The Framingham Auxiliary Police, which is recruiting new members, made a presentation to Selectmen, and 3 items you missed from Tuesday's meeting.
Government, Police & Fire
The Framingham Board of Selectmen voted to write a letter to President Obama and federal lawmakers in support of stricter gun laws in the wake of the Newtown tragedy.
The average single-family home bill could drop by about $17, and other news you missed from this week's Selectmen's meeting.
Police & Fire
Several police agencies staged the operation, which used an undercover detective who posed as a 17-year-old willing to have sex for money.
Marlbrorough Police say he stabbed his victim with a vegetable peeler and also assaulted an elderly witness to the crime.
A reported domestic disturbance in Marlborough on Friday night led to the arrest of a Framingham man who police and prosecutors say abused a 6-year-old left in his care, choking him and forcing hot sauce into his mouth.
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