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In the years prior to the American Civil War, Framingham was an annual gathering-spot for members of the Abolitionist movement. Each Independence Day from 1854 to 1865, the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society held a rally near what is now downtown Framingham. At the 1854 rally, William Lloyd Garrison burned copies of the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850, judicial decisions enforcing it, and the United States Constitution.

Population: 66910
Local Newspapers: The MetroWest Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
Local Colleges: Framingham State College

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Towns/Cities near framingham, massachusetts : Cochituate Wellesley Dover Cordaville Wayland Ashland Fayville Sherborn

Framingham News
Dispatcher on leave after not sending ambulance to 911 call

A mother called 911 saying that her baby was having trouble breathing; the dispatcher told her to drive the baby to the hospital FRAMINGHAM, Mass. - A Framingham emergency dispatcher is on paid administrative leave because he apparently did not send an ambulance after a 911 call about a baby having trouble breathing, officials said.

MA Town Approves $5.6 Million to Construct New Fire Station

Oct. 19--Framingham, MA -- It served the town for more than a century, but the old fire station on Watson Place will soon give up its title as the oldest firehouse in Framingham. Town Meeting members voted Wednesday to borrow nearly $5.8 million to construct a new Fire Station 2 in Saxonville, addressing one of the town's most pressing public safety needs.

Breast cancer survivor commits to find the cause

Two-time breast cancer survivor Dru Lindgren of Southborough is committed to finding what causes the disease. She serves as assistant executive director of the Find the Cause Breast Cancer Foundation, formerly known as Art beCAUSE.

Marlborough police log, Oct. 20 edition

10:32 p.m. Arrested, Frank P. Martelli Jr., 64, of 151 Evelina Dr., Marlborough, for negligent operation of motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, OUI liquor 3rd offense, intoxicated licensee carry firearm. 4:09 p.m. Arrested, Thomas F. Cummisky, 69, of 56 East Main St., Apt.

Breed discrimination unfairly driving up insurance rates

State law in Massachusetts bans municipalities from passing breed-based dog ordinances and now lawmakers are hearing a push to ban insurers from refusing to issue a policy, canceling a policy or charging an increased premium based upon a homeowner's ownership of any specific breed of dog. Framingham Rep. Jack Lewis told the Financial Services Committee Tuesday that dogs can be viewed very differently by insurers versus, for instance, the American Kennel Club.

October 18: The death of Europe and who is a fake Jew

Replace Interpol? Regarding "Israeli politicians decry PA's acceptance to Interpol ranks " , I'd like to offer a suggestion on how Israel and the West should respond to the admission of "Palestine" to Interpol. The Palestinians are trying to establish a precedent of getting their non-state admitted to international bodies in the hope that this will lead to their eventual acceptance as a state.

Senator Spilka Hosts Annual Health & Wellness Fair for MetroWest Seniors

On Saturday, October 14th, Senator Karen E. Spilka hosted her annual Senior Health and Wellness Fair at the Joseph P. Keefe Technical School in Framingham. Over 200 MetroWest seniors attended the morning event to learn about ways to lead healthy and active lifestyles and enjoy a fun morning out in the community.

Sex Differences and Similarities in Atrial Fibrillation Epidemiology, ...

Sex Differences and Similarities in Atrial Fibrillation Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Mortality in Community Cohorts: Results From the BiomarCaRE Consortium Department of General and Interventional Cardiology, University Heart Center Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany & DZHK , partner site Hamburg/Kiel/Luebeck, Germany National Heart, Blood and Lung Institute's and Boston University's Framingham Heart Study, Framingham, MA & Department of Community Medicine, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, TromsA , Norway Department of Epidemiology and Prevention, IRCCS Istituto Neurologico Mediterraneo Neuromed, Pozzilli, Italy & EPIMED Research Center, Department of Medicine and Surgery, University of Insubria, Varese, Italy Department of General and Interventional Cardiology, University Heart Center Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany & DZHK , partner site Hamburg/Kiel/Luebeck, Germany Center of Excellence for ... (more)

Don't laugh: Planners look to make routes 9 and 30 on Natick/Framingham line pedestrian friendly

The Golden Triangle Planning Study is looking at improvements to the mall capital of Massachusetts, bordered by routes 9 and 30 and Speen Street. Among the proposals: Pedestrian bridges across Rte.

Bird sightings

Birding highlights last week included continuing large numbers of shearwaters and jaegers off Race Point in Provincetown; a black-throated gray warbler banded at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge off Chatham; and a continued scattering of reports of clay-colored sparrows from a variety of locations.

Team Framingham 2018 Charity Selection Process Has Begun

FRAMINGHAM, MA The Town of Framingham is now accepting applications from local 501 organizations interested in being considered as a charity partner for Team Framingham 2018. C ha r i ty applications will be accepted between 9/20/17 and 11/3/17.

Post-Construction Meeting Regarding Hollis Street & Waverly Street Roadway Rehabilitation

The Framingham Public Works Department will host a post-construction meeting on Thursday, October 26 at 7:00pm at Saint Tarcisius Parish Hall, 562 Waverly Street, to discuss the roadway rehabilitation projects that took place on Waverly Street and Hollis Street this year. Members of the community are encouraged to attend and ask questions, provide comment, and make suggestions for improvement on future projects.

Groton Town police make arrest in nearly year-old bank robbery

Groton - Just short of a year since a man robbed the Chelsea Groton Bank on Gold Star Highway, police have made an arrest in the case. It was on Nov. 15 last year that a man entered the 1319 Gold Star Highway institution and demanded money be put into a paper bag.

Rep: Prison staff need anti-shackling law training

Visiting the women's prison in Framingham two summers ago, Rep. Kay Khan struck up a conversation with a mother incarcerated there, who gave birth to her youngest child while behind bars. "I asked her about her experience, and she said she had been shackled," Khan recalled.

MassBay addresses food security issues

MassBay Community College's Student Development Office conducted an on-line survey of enrolled students to determine if students had food insecurity and found that more than half who participated in the survey reported "low" or "very low" food security. This statistic is comparable to the results of a national study of community college students conducted by The Wisconsin Hope Lab called "Hunger and Homelessness in College", which found 56% of students reported "low" or "very low" levels of food security.

Zacks Investment Research Lowers Ameresco, Inc. (AMRC) to Hold

According to Zacks, "Ameresco, Inc. is an independent provider of comprehensive energy efficiency solutions for facilities throughout North America. The Company's solutions include upgrades to a facility's energy infrastructure, and the construction and operation of renewable energy plants.

Historical Commission Repairs and Resets Historic Mile Marker

On Friday, September 29, the Historical Commission reset a historic 1,768-mile marker at Buckminster Square. This marker has stood for almost 250 years on Main Street in Buckminster Square marking the distance of 23 miles between Framingham and Boston.

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