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GoFundMe Created to Help Displaced Residents at Windsor Green

FRAMINGHAM – A GoFundMe campaign has started to help those displaced by the fire at Windsor Green this week. “On Wednesday, February 13, a fire broke out in a building at Windsor Green in Framingham. Thankfully no one was injured (human or non-human), and we are fortunate that we’ve already been abl

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Southborough soccer stadium possibility earns cheers

SOUTHBOROUGH — Residents and visitors to MetroWest Saturday expressed excitement over news that a nonprofit group that advocates for sports for women is eyeing a parcel of land near the junction of Interstate 495 and Rte. 9 for a 13,000-seat soccer stadium and sports complex.

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Bank gives MAC $3,000 grant

Milton, MA- The Milton Art Center has received a $3,000 grant award from East Boston Savings Bank (EBSB) for teen programming. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Feb. 14 edition of the Milton Times.

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What’s Open and Closed on Presidents’ Day 2019

FRAMINGHAM – Monday, Feb. 17 is Presidents Day. Federal, state, and municipal offices, including the City of Framingham’s Memorial Building are closed on Monday. Framingham Public Schools are on vacation this week.

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Middlesex Savings donates to Medfield organizations!

Captions: 1st image: Library Director, Pam Gardner and Carol Wasserman with Middlesex. Middlesex Savings makes $50,000 donations to Medfield organizations!. On January 24th, at the Middlesex Savings Bank Operation Center in Westborough, three Medfield non-profit organizations were generously given d

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St. Sebastian’s hockey team has eyes on the prize

Tenth in a series in which the Globe profiles a varsity high school team from Eastern Massachusetts. The St. Sebastian’s boys’ hockey team returned to its Needham campus late Tuesday night after a 5-4 Independent School League win over Tabor Academy.

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Freshman Kobertz Top Racer on Girls Alpine Ski Team

FRAMINGHAM – Freshman Qwynn Kobertz was the top skier for the girls on the Framingham High alpine ski team this season, with 36 points. “Qwynn is new to ski racing and surprised everyone this season by improving each practice and becoming more competitive as the season went on,” said head coach Roni

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"Belle of the Ball" Gently worn PROM DRESSES collection!

"Belle of the Ball" Prom Dress Collection during February... During the month of February, you can help make someone's Prom Dreams come true!. If you have a gently worn Prom gown you no longer need, please consider donating it to the charitable organization "Belle of the Ball".

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Gallery: Natick Mall Apple Store reopens with updated design

Apple’s first retail expansion of 2019 is complete. Customers and team members in Natick, Massachusetts celebrated the grand reopening of Natick Mall’s Apple Store today after just under nine months of renovation work. The redesigned store offers more than twice the space of the previous storefront.

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Presidents invoking religion a part of American history

Nobody ever accused Franklin Delano Roosevelt, our 32nd president, of being a religious nut, yet when World War II was raging he had this inscription placed in thousands of Bibles distributed to American troops as they headed into harm’s way:

BOSTON HERALD

Be heard about possibly expanding Wellesley Tolles Parsons hours — take the survey

The Wellesley Council on Aging (COA) wants to hear from you. The COA is seeking input from residents and patrons on how to better meet their needs beyond the current operating hours at the Tolles Parsons Center. The Center is now open for business Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm.

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Messages of love at the Wellesley COA

The Wellesley Council on Aging staff was surprised on Valentine's Day with a big card signed with messages of appreciation by many of those who attend the COA's programs. One of the COA's most active participants, Mary Bowers, collected the signatures and presented the card during the Valentine's Da

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Velozo and Harris Score 57 Points To Lead Framingham State To Victory

FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham State University women’s basketball team received a combined 57 points from the duo of junior Emily Velozo and senior Tiphani Harris,as the Rams closed the regular season with an 80-52 victory over MCLA in Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference action at the A

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Absentee ballots for Wellesley March 5th election now available

Unable to get to the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, March 5th? Absentee ballots are now available from the Town Clerk’s Office for the upcoming local election. Registered voters who are unable to vote in Wellesley on Election Day may vote absentee in person by coming to Town Hall and filling out th

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: Framingham Celebrates Victory Over Xaverian

FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham High boys ice hockey team defeated Xaverian High this evening, Feb. 16, at Loring Arena. The Flyers won 6-4, with senior captain Mike Tersoni scoring four of the Flyers six goals.

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Kindness Is Theme of Framingham Cultural Council’s Youth Art Contest

FRAMINGHAM – To celebrate the creativity of the young people of Framingham, the Commonwealth’s newest city, the Framingham Cultural Council is sponsoring an art contest open to students in Framingham schools, ages 11 to 18 as of January 1, 2019.

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Mass. at forefront of national climate change forum

BOSTON — As proposals for global warming legislation gain traction on a national level, several Massachusetts officials have emerged as key players in the conversation. Sen. Edward Markey has joined Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., in announcing the Green New Deal, a sweeping policy bill that

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