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Business, The Neighborhood Files
“Your proposal may be great but not here. Not in this neighborhood,” said David Levin, vice president of the Fiddler’s Green Homeowners Association.
“We want the Festival to be a chance to join together as a community, support local businesses, learn about how we can green-up Framingham, and have fun,” said Framingham Earth Day Festival President Donna Kramer Merritt.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Cushing Park public hearing tonight, Framingham Public Schools 2013-2014 calendar, former Watertown Police Office arrested by DEA agents and more featured in town's column.
Students represent less than 1 percent of seniors nationwide and remain in contention for scholarships.
Residents around Framingham’s Reservoir No. 2 questioned the federal government’s $11 million plan to lay down a carpet of sand to bury decades-old deposits of mercury and industrial waste.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
On a picture-perfect October morning, state and local officials joined neighbors to officially open a portion of the Weston Aqueduct trail and stroll along its path.
Students, who participate in free or reduced lunch, trending upward, according to a consultant; presently four of every 10 students qualify for free or reduced lunch in Framingham Public Schools.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Excessive speed, failing to stop at intersections, blocking intersections and a general lack of consideration by drivers passing through their quiet neighborhood that is bordered by Route 9 were identified by residents to Framingham Police.
Government, Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Vehicle break-ins in Framingham may double in 2012, compared to 2011, according to Framingham Police.
Oscar Corona, an 8th grade student at Walsh Middle School won the Reach for the Stars National Rocket Competition. He was awarded a first place trophy and will launch his rocket at Space Camp at the US Space & Rocket Center in Alabama.
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