Local News
03 / 05 / 2018
  - 04:13:03 PM
There are many mixed feelings about how we reacted to the Parkland, Florida tragedy, gun control and mental health. Many students reacted by staging walk-outs to encite change. This teacher has a message of his own. Read his letter, which has been circulating around... Read more

02/28/2018 - 05:01:49 PM
MEDWAY - The first Tuesday in March will see residents of several towns heading to the polls to decide the fate of recreational marijuana retail sales in their towns. One of those towns is Medway, where tonight a community forum is being held to make sure residents have... Read more.
02/28/2018 - 07:44:38 AM
UXBRIDGE - Where to allow retail marijuana businesses and medical treatment centers to set up shop in the town of Uxbridge was a discussion held Monday night at the Board of Selectmen meeting. Uxbridge Selectmen voting to sponsor an article, that will appear before... Read more.
02/27/2018 - 07:50:12 AM
A 911 call to Bellingham Police reported a motor vehicle rollover accident on Farm Street which sent a male party to the hospital with injuries he suffered after being trapped in the vehicle. Upon arrival Bellingham Police discovered it was a three-vehicle accident... Read more.
02/26/2018 - 07:41:07 PM
MILFORD - Each year the VFW promotes patriotism and invests in our future generations by holding a nationwide essay contest for students in 6th to 8th grade (Patriots Pen) and a audio-essay contest for students in high school (Voice of Democracy). At tonight's Milford... Read more.
02/23/2018 - 01:39:55 PM
HOPKINTON - The Town of Hopkinton is launching a newly designed website with the user experience in mind with improved navigation and functionality. The purpose of this “pilot” site is to give Hopkinton residents the opportunity to use the new website and provide... Read more.
02/23/2018 - 05:53:08 AM
FRANKLIN - A raccoon found in Franklin has tested positive for the rabies virus prompting the town to issue a public health advisory. The raccoon was found near 85 Daniels Street, one week ago, with test results now confirming the animal was rabid. Animals infected with... Read more.
02/22/2018 - 10:59:59 AM
MILFORD - A water line break in Milford yesterday left just a handful of customers without water for a couple of hours while repairs were made. The leak was discovered in the water line near the intersection of South Main Street and Depot Street at about 12:30 yesterday... Read more.
02/22/2018 - 10:56:51 AM
UXBRIDGE - An elderly woman and two firefighters were treated for minor injuries at the scene of a house fire on River Road in Uxbridge yesterday morning. The Uxbridge Fire Department says the investigation into the cause of the fire by the State Fire Marshalls’ Office... Read more.
02/21/2018 - 08:54:32 AM
FRANKLIN - The Franklin Police Department is acknowledging the need to recognize, and address, recent societal, cultural and technological changes that impact law enforcement responses to those with mental illness, which is why they have pledged to participate and... Read more.
02/20/2018 - 10:44:17 AM
MILFORD - Citizens for Milford invites all Milford residents to attend its fifth annual Candidates Forum, which will feature candidates in Milford’s upcoming town election. The Candidates Forum will be held Wednesday, March 14 in the Parish Hall of Saint Mary of the... Read more.
02/20/2018 - 08:46:29 AM
MILLIS - Millis Police are asking for the public’s help as they search for the man who robbed the CVS, in the Roche Brothers Plaza off of Route 109 last night, using a knife and got away with an undisclosed amount of money. On Twitter the Millis Police Department has... Read more.
02/15/2018 - 07:14:46 AM
MILFORD - The Milford Town Election is less than two-months away and with yesterday being the last day to return nomination papers and be included on the ballot, there will be contested races for a seat on the Board of Selectmen, three-seats on the School Committee and... Read more.
02/15/2018 - 07:11:26 AM
HOPKINTON - The Hopkinton School Committee will be asked to officially consider and move to accept a request by the Superintendent of Schools, a notice of her retirement, effective June 30th. School Committee Chair Jean Bertschmann will present the request of Doctor... Read more.
02/13/2018 - 11:47:26 AM
MILLIS - A Millis native and resident of Needham was arraigned at his hospital bed at Milford Regional Medical Center yesterday in connection with the stabbing death of his live-in girlfriend, a Holliston native, and the stabbing of his parents from Millis, who are... Read more.
02/13/2018 - 11:40:09 AM
MILFORD - The Milford Town Clerk's Office will now wait and see who else returns nomination papers and will be officially running for an office in the April Town Election. The last day to take out nomination papers was yesterday. Candidates must return those papers... Read more.
02/13/2018 - 11:36:57 AM
FRANKLIN - The Franklin School Committee will be holding a Legislative Forum tonight. The topic will be education funding. In particular, unfunded state mandates that are creating funding issues for many school districts. Franklin's Legislative Delegation are planning... Read more.
02/13/2018 - 11:34:06 AM
MENDON - Nomination papers for the annual Town Election in Mendon can be picked up beginning today at the Town Clerk's Office. The offices that need to be filled include three-year terms for a seat on the Board of Selectmen, Board of Health, Assessor, Park Commissioner... Read more.
02/12/2018 - 08:07:28 PM
FRANKLIN - U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren held a Town Hall Meeting in Franklin over the weekend where she met with about 11-hundred constituents speaking about what she’s working on in Washington and answering questions from the audience. Warren talked about the... Read more.
02/12/2018 - 08:02:56 PM
MILLIS - A recent graduate of Holliston High School was stabbed to death over the weekend in Needham by her boyfriend, who then traveled to Millis and stabbed his parents at a family gathering at a restaurant. The body of 20-year old Olivia Bergstrom was found in the... Read more.
02/08/2018 - 12:13:37 PM
STATE - A joint federal and state investigation targeting narcotics trafficking in Central Massachusetts culminated yesterday with ten people being charged. Assisting with the investigation was several police chiefs from the area including Milford Police Chief Tom... Read more.
02/08/2018 - 11:30:47 AM
BELLINGHAM - Bellingham Police initiated two motor vehicle traffic stops leading to the arrest of the drivers, a Milford man and a Boston man, both men fugitives from justice. It was just before six o’clock Tuesday night when Bellingham Police stopped a vehicle on... Read more.
02/08/2018 - 11:25:25 AM
MILFORD - The Milford Police Department has set the date for the next Police Officer Entrance Examination, it will be held in April. The notice announcing the exam gives information about the qualifications and essential functions of a Milford Police officer, and the... Read more.
01/31/2018 - 06:32:15 AM
NEDWAY - The Medway Police Department has been dealing with several inquiries recently regarding hunting or the discharging of firearms on various town properties. At this time Medway Police Chief Allen Tingley has no plans to allow any hunting on any town property... Read more.
01/29/2018 - 07:33:04 AM
MILFORD - A Milford resident has decided to pull nomination papers and run for a seat in the House representing Milford, Mendon, Hopedale and a part of Medway. Michael Soares says Governor Charlie Baker has a vision for a better Massachusetts and he’d like to partner... Read more.
01/29/2018 - 06:10:36 AM
Local Town Pages - On January 21st, a group of six nine- and ten-year old boys, a Destination Imagination team that calls themselves “The Raw Spaghettis,” became a small group of activists. Their motivation, a sign in a local vape shop. “We heard that Vape City Smoke... Read more.
01/29/2018 - 05:52:34 AM
Local Town Pages - Many of us want to deeply honor our veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country, but why not give a nod of recognition to all of those who have served? A new Veterans Memorial Walkway planned by the Franklin Veterans Council will shine a... Read more.
01/25/2018 - 03:46:56 PM
FRANKLIN - Residents of Franklin will more than likely be looking at sewer and water rate increases sooner than later to help pay for some unfinished projects and move forward with needed capital improvement projects. Franklin Town Administrator Jeff Nutting telling town... Read more.
01/25/2018 - 03:41:23 PM
HOLLISTON - The cause of an early morning fire this past Sunday, that destroyed a barn in Holliston and killed dozens of animals, remains under investigation by the State Fire Marshall's Office. After conducting a preliminary investigation this week, there were no signs... Read more.
01/25/2018 - 03:38:13 PM
HOPEDALE - The Town of Hopedale announced their election schedule in anticipation of the Annual Town Election coming up in May which will be followed a week later by the Annual Town Meeting. Hopedale Town Clerk Lisa Pedroli is letting residents know of the town... Read more.
01/24/2018 - 04:18:10 PM
MILFORD - A search committee is in place as the Town of Milford seeks to replace Gerry Moody, Milford's long-time Town Counsel, who’s retiring in March. Milford Selectman Chairman Will Kingkade recommended a search committee at the Board's meeting Monday night to screen... Read more.
01/24/2018 - 04:13:50 PM
FRANKLIN - The Franklin Town Council will meet tonight and be presented with the 2017 audit of town expenses as well as hearing from sub-committees on the budget, capitol projects and economic development. Franklin Town Administrator Jeff Nutting says the town is looking... Read more.
01/24/2018 - 04:10:22 PM
HOPKINTON - Hopkinton residents are being asked for their input on the potential future uses for the Center School property once the new Marathon Elementary School opens its doors for the upcoming school year. The Center School Re-Use Advisory Team, which is scheduled... Read more.
01/22/2018 - 03:59:46 PM
The Franklin Police Department has concluded its investigation into the missing Sculpture from the Town’s Sculpture Park , which was originally reported on December 1st , 2017. The missing sculpture was one of three graciously donated by a public art class from Wheaton... Read more.
01/22/2018 - 03:58:42 PM
The Medway Foundation for Education (MFE) a non-profit, all volunteer organization committed to promoting excellence and innovation in the towns public schools, will host several fundraisers this coming year. One Hundred percent of funds raised are distributed through a... Read more.
01/22/2018 - 03:57:14 PM
Charles River Bank (CRB) is proud to announce the addition of Sean Coyle as Assistant Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer. In his new position, Coyle will develop new relationships and expand existing relationships with CRB’s business customers by identifying their... Read more.
01/22/2018 - 03:55:28 PM
What is the Tide Pod Challenge? It's the ridiculously, stupid, and potentially dangerous, game that teens have been playing lately. The idea is to film yourself putting one of these pods in your mouth and documenting the results for the whole world to see on YouTube... Read more.
11/08/2017 - 10:39:40 AM
FRANKLIN - Franklin residents sending a strong message at the polls yesterday that it’s time for change when it comes to the make-up of the Town Council and the School Committee. The top two vote-getters for a seat on the Town Council were newcomers Patrick Casey and... Read more.
11/08/2017 - 10:32:07 AM
HOPKINTON - Residents of Hopkinton are invited to a public forum tonight to learn more about how the town's current fields are used and managed. It’s called Spotlight on Town Fields as Hopkinton is looking to invest in new school turf fields, continuing work on a... Read more.
11/08/2017 - 10:28:07 AM
HOLLISTON - A seminar on drugs and alcohol will be held tonight in Holliston giving students and parents information and insights about substance abuse and addiction. With the legalization of marijuana, which sends mixed messages of confusion about the dangers of drug... Read more.
11/02/2017 - 12:34:12 PM
MILFORD - The Milford School Committee will meet tonight at which time the Superintendent of Schools, Doctor Kevin McIntyre, will lead a review of the recent results of the MCAS testing for the district. Milford School Committee members will also appoint three... Read more.
11/02/2017 - 12:28:44 PM
The towns of Milford and Hopedale are both holding household hazardous waste collection days this Saturday. Each town's Board of Health is sponsoring the chance for residents to get rid of their collection of hazardous waste. In Milford, items can be brought to the... Read more.
11/01/2017 - 04:38:13 PM
Veteran’s Breakfast: Thursday, November 9, 2017 @ 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. Presented by VFW Frascotti Post #1544. Presentation by Steve Petak, “What our Veterans have done for our Country. Veteran’s ceremony begins at 9:00 a.m. immediately followed by breakfast @ 9:30 a.m... Read more.
11/01/2017 - 04:30:46 PM
The number is now down to just hundreds of homes without power this morning as Central Massachusetts and the MY-FM Listening area was among the hardest hit by a major rain and wind storm that barreled through the area Sunday night into Monday morning. Across the state... Read more.
11/01/2017 - 04:28:12 PM
BELLINGHAM - Residents of Bellingham are being asked to participate in a community outreach survey as the town undertakes an economic development initiative that will focus on promoting new development and redevelopment throughout the town. The Chariman of the Bellingham... Read more.
11/01/2017 - 04:25:07 PM
FRANKLIN - The Franklin Town Library renovation and expansion project is now nearing completion with a grand re-opening scheduled for this Sunday. While the work was being done, the Library was operating at 25 Kenwood Circle until mid-September. From that time until the... Read more.
10/30/2017 - 09:11:12 AM
HOLLISTON - Residents of Holliston will be asked to decide the fate of 18-articles which make up the warrant to be presented tonight at the Fall Town Meeting. The biggest expenditure will come with Article 5, money to be used to pay for capital projects or purchases... Read more.
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