A weekly farmer’s market will be returning to Foxboro Common later this month following last summer’s COVID-fueled hiatus -- just one more welcome sign of normalcy sprouting among the spring daffodils.
A routine licensing matter swiftly green-lighted by selectmen this week provided a rare glimpse into challenges facing all levels of the highly competitive food service industry — even before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exhibiting a limited appetite for debate — or even much discussion — a core of committed voters attending Monday’s annual town meeting made quick work of a 27-item agenda highlighted by an $86.5 million operating budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
ATTLEBORO — The Foxboro High boys’ lacrosse team is certainly heading in the right direction, winning faceoffs, finding the open attacker and scoring plenty of goals as evidenced by an 18-8 conquest of Attleboro High Monday at Tozier-Cassidy Field.
FOXBORO — Cam Prescott scattered five hits, while allowing just one earned run through five innings as Foxboro held off Oliver Ames in the Hockomock League game. Prescott took five strikeouts, while walking two batters, throwing 50 of his 77 pitches for strikes.
EASTON — Freshman Athena Li continued to dominate her opposition at the No. 1 singles spot for the unbeaten Foxboro High girls’ tennis team as the Warriors trumped Oliver Ames 4-1 in a Hockomock League match Monday.