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Updated: June 18, 2019 @ 11:22 pm
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By JACK CLARKE
To the editor:
Nearly 800 people who responded to a recent housing survey have reinforced a widely held belief that Foxboro’s housing mix makes it tough for the young, the old and the economically challenged…
May 19-25 is National Emergency Medical Services Week, an observance designed to recognize and celebrate the enormous contributions EMS professionals make to our community.
The YMCA is celebrating 175 years of service to young people and communities this year.
Rabbis Leora Abelson and Joseph Meszler are undoubtedly speaking wisdom when they say that a swastika scratched in pencil outside a middle school in Foxboro, should not be greeted with panic.
No one is more zealous about insisting the public’s business be conducted publicly, openly and transparently than members of the Fourth Estate. But when taken to extremes even well-intentioned…
To families of Foxboro Soccer and the people of Foxboro, I have raised my children and lived in Foxboro for 49 years.
Ten minutes. That’s all it takes for civic-minded townspeople to stop by the Ahern Middle School polls on Monday and cast a ballot in the annual town election. Even without the prospect of con…
On behalf of the Clean Up Foxboro Committee, I would like to thank all those who contributed to this past Saturday’s successful Clean Up effort.
Our annual town meeting will be May 13, and I would like to use this space to encourage you to vote yes on a somewhat controversial citizen’s petition.
In the recent political “brawl” in Foxboro between the advisory committee and the town manager, both sides are right. And both sides are wrong. But one side is being incredibly hypocritical.
Demonstrating that even copious amounts of precipitation can’t put a damper on community spirit, local residents are preparing to pitch headlong into a seasonal whirlwind of activity which, fo…
Last Wednesday night’s dust-up between Advisory Committee chairwoman Susan Dring and Town Manager William Keegan certainly wasn’t the first time municipal officials and those serving as the to…
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