Despite heavy neighborhood opposition, zoning board of appeals members are leaning toward approving an affordable housing project on Morse Street.
Local voters will convene next Monday evening to decide the fate of a mix of housekeeping items and supplemental fund requests at an unusual l…
With little fanfare or discussion, school committee members this week unanimously endorsed a $40.77 million budget for the fiscal year beginni…
A Foxboro High School senior is getting at start at exhibiting her artwork with a showcase at Boyden Library this month.
Home sales in the area fell sharply last year compared to the previous one while prices continued to rise.
Police are warning residents of an increase in break-ins into motor vehicles parked at gyms and large shopping plazas.
A portion of Mechanic Street was closed for about an hour Monday afternoon when two cars and a septic truck collided.
Margaret “Peg” A. (Young) Mossman, age 88, passed away peacefully Jan. 22, 2023 at the Doolittle Home in Foxboro. She was the daughter of the late Alfred and Lucille (Leary) Young.
William Joseph Rehill Sr., 91, of Mansfield, MA (formerly of Foxboro), passed away peacefully on Jan. 10, 2023 at the Brockton VA Medical Care Unit.
Sandra M. (Yancowski) Corliss, 87, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on January 8, 2023. She was the daughter of the late Paul Yancowski and Evelyn (Johnson) LaFramboise.
This proposed 119 Morse St. “voluntary 40B” project should be denied. Regardless of all the improvements and changes the developer has agreed to do, it would still add excessive growth and major changes to the existing character of the Morse Street area.
Foxboro is fortunate to have an active senior center, which offers many activities, travel opportunities and education for the seniors in the community.