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Man Charged With OUI After Crashes In Natick & Framingham
FRAMINGHAM, MA- A Framingham man is facing several charges including OUI and driving with an open container of alcohol. Police got a call on Feb. 11 about an erratic driver coming from Natick down Route 9 in a white van. Officers on patrol pulled over the white van that was now driving erratically o
Natick boys swim and dive team proves its ready to compete for Division 1 state title
BOSTON – Last season was a phenomenal one for the Natick boys swim and dive team. But the 2018-19 campaign was even better. After a second consectuive unbeaten regular season and a second straight runner-up finish at the Division 1 South sectional, the Redhawks closed out the season at Boston Univer
Framingham rejects Tippling Rock Trading Post plan for Nobscot
FRAMINGHAM — Plans to transform Nobscot Chapel into a new cafe and community gathering place will not move forward after city officials rejected a proposal from local builder Rick McKenna to buy the 19th-century building.
Photo of the Day: ‘Spark’ling Run
FRAMINGHAM – The photo was submitted to SOURCE by Framingham High alpine ski coach Roni Sue Bower. It was taken of Framingham High skier Ben Pollak on a junior varsity meet run Thursday night, Feb. 14.
Natick Public Schools Move To Fill Asst. Superintendent Spot
NATICK, MA- Natick Public Schools announced Kirk Downing will be recommended to the School Committee to fill the role as permanent Assistant Superintendent for Teaching, Learning and Innovation.
5 New Properties For Sale In The Natick Area
NATICK, MA — Looking for a new home nearby, but tired of seeing the same old property listings over and over? Not to worry! To help simplify your search, we here at Patch have compiled the latest batch of new listings nearby.
Woman wants alleged Natick bullying aired
NATICK – A Framingham woman who has said her daughter was bullied by the Natick School Department wants the Board of Selectmen and School Committee to publicly discuss the matter during one of their open meetings.
Warnings, advisories in effect as lingering snow showers remain in Massachusetts
BOSTON (WHDH) - Commuters working on Presidents Day had to deal with slippery driving conditions as several inches of snow fell in Massachusetts Monday morning. Flakes began falling late Sunday night, with the steadiest snowfall ending by midday.
Massachusetts teen who died in weekend snowmobile crash ID’d
Authorities on Sunday identified the teenager who died this weekend after a snowmobile crash in Maine. Troy Marden, 17, a varsity football player in Amesbury, Mass., failed to “negotiate a corner” and struck a snowbank, the Maine Warden Service said, according to MassLive.com. He was reportedly ejec
Framingham City Councilor Proposes Immigrant Community Task Force
FRAMINGHAM – District 7 City Councilor Margareth Shepard has authored a resolution to support the immigrant community in the City of Framingham, both the “documented and undocumented” individuals.
Anthony Weiner released from prison in Massachusetts
Disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner was released from federal prison in Massachusetts. He is now under the watch of a reentry program in Brooklyn, New York, according to prison records.
14-month-old boy from Massachusetts located in Mexico, reunited with mother a month after father kidnapped him, police say
A mother was reunited with her 14-month-old son Sunday night a month after the child was kidnapped by his father and taken to Mexico, Lowell police said. Fillemom De Lima, a 37-year-old Lawrence man, was caught in Mexico after authorities tracked him to Mexico City. Lowell police and the FBI located
Massachusetts high school football player, 17, among 2 dead in Maine snowmobile accidents
A Massachusetts school community is grieving Monday after news emerged that Troy Marden – a 17-year-old varsity football player – was one of two victims in a pair of fatal snowmobile accidents in Maine over the weekend.
Woman Killed In I-93 Crash Identified
MEDFORD (CBS) – A crash on Interstate 93 left one woman dead Saturday night. The victim was identified as 58-year-old Florence Bisson of Haverhill. According to Mass. State Police, Bisson was driving a GMC Envoy southbound between Exits 33 and 32 in Medford when she lost control and crashed around 7
POLICE LOG for February 13: Man Arrested Twice In Same Day; Plow vs. Mailbox; Car vs. Traffic Island
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Wednesday, February 13, 2019:. Maxwell Topper Delaney (35, Arlington) was arrested for Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended License After A DUI and No Or Inspired Inspection Sticker. Delaney was pulled over on North Street
Framingham Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead
FRAMINGHAM, MA — A quick heads up: Weather officials have issued a Winter Weather Advisory for your area on Monday, lasting from 12:00 am to 4:00 pm. You can find more info from the National Weather Service here.
A dog went missing in Massachusetts 8 months ago. Then he turned up 175 miles away in Maine.
No one will ever know how Kaiser, a 5-year-old king shepherd, made his way from Ashby, Massachusetts, to South Paris over the past eight months, but Tom Wollcott and his two small children don’t really care. They’re just enjoying their first weekend back together again.
Benefit Performance of Animal Farm March 1 at Framingham High
FRAMINGHAM – The award-winning Framingham High School Drama Company will stage a benefit performance of Animal Farm on Friday, March 1. Animal Farm is the Company’s entry into the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild’s 2019 drama festival. This is the 17th year the high school has entered the fes
Red Sox Co-owner Tom Werner Says Boston, Chris Sale Have Discussed Contract Extension
Chris Sale's 2018 season was everything the Red Sox hoped for, and more. He posted a 12-4 record with a 2.11 ERA, and topped off the season with the championship-clinching strikeout in the World Series.
8 Natick Students Make Roger Williams University Dean’s List
BRISTOL, RHODE ISLAND – Select students have been named to the Fall 2018 Dean’s List at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. Full-time students who complete 12 or more credits per semester and earn a GPA of 3.4 or higher are placed on the Dean’s List that semester.