A decade after being accepted by skeptical town meeting voters, Foxboro’s once-contentious meals tax is still giving local officials plenty to chew on. Read more
Pending Congressional approval, Foxboro is poised to receive $2 million in federal transportation funding which is expected to help pay for traffic signals at the intersection of Walnut and Commercial streets.
After more than a year of shutdown of the arts scene due to the pandemic, performers and supporters were welcomed back to the stage, via red carpet, at the local performing arts center.
Selectmen this week agreed that temporary design changes made to the south end of the Common rotary should be retained as permanent features, but punted on the related issue of parallel parkin…
A host of budget amendments will provide about $500,000 for area capital improvements, the arts, battling homelessness and other human services.
Gillette Stadium is where many area residents received their COVID-19 shots, but the Route 1 venue will soon be back to hosting sporting and entertainment events.
Foxboro High School class valedictorian Adriana Callen minced few words in labeling the COVID-19 pandemic a frustrating year of lost chances and missed opportunities.
After more than a year's hiatus in which mics went mute at many venues, local musicians are back to performing at bars and restaurants with pandemic restrictions being lifted.
In what is expected to be his next-to-last job evaluation before retirement, Town Manager William Keegan was given solid marks for his handling of town operations and finances during the COVID…
For the Rev. Sarah Timian, a lifelong Midwesterner, the decision to relocate her ministry to the Bay State required both a personal and professional leap of faith.
A local police officer has been recognized for excellence on duty by the Massachusetts Association of Women in Law Enforcement.
Patriotism blossomed at Patriot Place in advance of Memorial Day when Americans honor those who sacrificed their lives for their country.