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Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
On Wednesday, residents took photos and reported NSTAR was cutting trees in Framingham again.
FACES appealed to the Board to make safety near the General Chemical site a priority and the Danforth Museum has been granted conditional approval for leasing the Maynard Building.
Eastleigh Farm owner Doug Stephan maintains that he will not be able to sustain the farm if he has to pay for its water.
Selectmen tabled approval on NSTAR gas main projects until NSTAR is held accountable with its tree-clearing program. “[We] are going to hold this hostage,” said Selectman Dennis Giombetti.
Lt. Stephen Cronin spoke with concerned Edmands Road residents about what the Framingham Police is doing to make the road safer, following a fatal crash in April and an overturned car on Father's Day.
State is looking to close both the Fountain/Winter Street bridge and the Winter Street Bridge near the dam beginning this fall for 6-8 months; Framingham Selectmen told the state to slow down and delayed a vote to approve.
Schools, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Local Produce was the theme of this week’s Wicked Good Wednesday special.
The level of education and residency of potential candidates for Town Manager were on the table at yesterday’s selectmen meeting.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Framingham State University held its annual Community Service Day on Friday.
Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Karsten Knight, author of the new teen novel, Wildfire, came to Barnes & Noble in Shoppers World in Framingham for a reading and book signing session.
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