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Updated: August 26, 2019 @ 3:32 am
Barely two decades after it was dedicated, a growing elderly population energized by a windfall of new programming is rapidly outgrowing Foxboro’s first-ever independent senior center on Central Street. Read more
Selectmen this week pledged to craft a strategic response to the prospect of a long-term expansion in rail traffic through Foxboro that includes installing gates at the town’s eight grade crossings.
Lt. Michael Grace of Lewis Road, a 1989 Foxboro High School graduate who joined the local police department 20 years ago this October, has been named Foxboro’s next police chief.
Foxboro remains on sound financial footing validated by a strategic program to attack future debt obligations and minimize borrowing costs, according to an overview of the town’s most recent audit.
Local lawmakers say they would consider ending the Legislature’s exemption from the state public records law, but there is no movement on Beacon Hill to do so.
Believe it or not, there will be free parking for New England Patriots fans for the upcoming season at Gillette Stadium, but there’s a catch: You’re going to have to wait 75 minutes after the …
For Adelaide “Addie” Hayden, dance is much more than just fun.
Barely six weeks after the program was launched on a limited basis, plans to relocate the new multi-town regional dispatch agency to permanent quarters off Route 1 are continuing to move forward.
Maybe it heard there was a special on pork chops at one of the restaurants in Patriot Place and decided “I’m outta here.”
A public hearing to determine the fate of the fire station redevelopment project, which had been continued to Aug. 20, has been put off yet again, town officials said this week.
On the heels of a lengthy and at times testy public hearing Tuesday night, a pared-down board of selectmen agreed to wait two weeks before deciding on a permit allowing the former fire station…
Nearly 50 years after it was founded on converted farmland off West Street, Normandy Farms Campground will be able to sell beer and wine to its patrons.
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