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Happy St. Patrick Day's! Many will seek to have a traditional New England Boiled Dinner today, also known as corned beef and cabbage.
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Friday, March 7 7:52 am: Investigation - Chief Michael Cassidy investigated alarm trouble on Turner Road.
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Framingham Police & Fire responded to Central Street early Sunday morning. There was a report of two stabbings at a party in the 700 range of Central Street.
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Framingham Police wants to alert residents about a phone scam, that cost one family $1,300.
On Wednesday and Thursday, the 7th grade boys and girls took to the court in the 15th annual 3 on 3 basketball tournament at the Walsh Middle School in Framingham.
Tickets are available at the door and may be ordered online by clicking here. Tickets are $10 online.
The following is a press release from the Town of Framingham : After voting for a 1 percent increase for all employee and Medicare plans for Fiscal Year 2015, the Group Insurance Commission provided Communities, including the Town of Framingham, with the rates that will go in effect on July 1, 2014 for all 11 employee and 6 Medicare plans.
Stretched out on a sofa, Karyn Slomski was inches from an end table that held her favorite photo of her children.
Framingham native Amanda Kearns will debut tonight, March 14 in the role of Sylvia in TRIBES, a play at the City Theatre Company in Pittsburgh.
Friends of Callahan Community Projects It takes many people to make our Community Services projects successful.
Earlier this month, Framingham Superintendent of Schools Stacy Scott proposed a $111.65 million budget for the 2014-15 school year .
The award winners appeared in a special section in the February issue of Boston Magazine.
A multi-million dollar, three-story fitness center, with an indoor aquatic center, a spa, a healthy cafe and an outdoor pool is proposed for the former Sealtest/Breyers ice cream plant on in Framingham.
Framingham District Court Judge Douglas W. Stoddart dismissed an assault case against a former Marlborough City councilor and state legislator, reported the Worcester Telegram & Gazette .