Local News
01 / 13 / 2023
  - 07:13:26 AM
BELLINGHAM - Bellingham Fire Captain Neil Coakley has retired. Coming from a family of police officers and firefighters, Coakley started as a call firefighter in Medway but then joined Bellingham and advanced through the ranks from Firefighter to Lieutenant to Captain... Read more

01/13/2023 - 07:01:50 AM
MEDWAY - A 94-year-old Medway woman is hospitalized in serious condition after being hit by a car while she was in a crosswalk Thursday morning. Medway Police say she was flown to Boston Medical Center after the crash which happened around 730am on Main Street near... Read more.
01/12/2023 - 03:52:15 PM
FRANKLIN - After 165 years, the Franklin Library Association is disbanding. With its roots as the steward of the first public lending library in the nation, the Association is no longer needed with the Franklin Public Library well established. Last fall the members... Read more.
01/12/2023 - 03:49:40 PM
HOPKINTON - If you have an idea for a Hopkinton Town improvement you think should be in the Town Budget, now is your chance. This process is known as a Participatory Budget with a total of $100,000 set aside for residents or community organizations to submit projects... Read more.
01/12/2023 - 03:45:43 PM
MILFORD - Milford Public Schools 2023-2024 Kindergarten Registration Packet Pick Up is set for Tuesday, February 7 at the Milford High School Cafeteria. It’s from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm and a parent or guardian will be required to complete the first page of the packet... Read more.
01/12/2023 - 03:42:07 PM
UPTON - Upton Police are trying to identify a man in connection with an assault and battery investigation at Honey Farms that happened last Friday January 6. They have posted some surveillance pictures on the Upton Police Facebook Page and ask that if you recognize... Read more.
01/12/2023 - 03:37:14 PM
MILFORD - Milford is getting ready to search for a new police chief again, but this time with a committee. At a special meeting today, the Milford Select Board will put together a search committee that will include some residents, Town Meeting members, town staff and... Read more.
01/11/2023 - 10:00:59 AM
MEDWAY - The Medway Business Council is holding a “Coffee with a Cop” on February 8 and in this case it’s the Top Cop - Medway Police Chief Bill Kingsbury. The informal roundtable will focus on small business crime prevention and it’s an excellent opportunity for you... Read more.
01/11/2023 - 09:53:29 AM
HOPKINTON - Safer drinking water for Hopkinton is reportedly going to cost more than expected. Last year Town Meeting agreed that to avoid PFAS contamination Hopkinton would access the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority water supply while also installing filters... Read more.
01/11/2023 - 09:14:40 AM
HOPKINTON - The Hopkinton Select Board is not yet sold on a regional emergency communication center with other towns. They didn’t vote on it last night, just discussed it, but the Hopkinton Independent reports their hesitations echoed concerns of residents at a... Read more.
01/11/2023 - 09:08:03 AM
MILFORD - Milford’s Downtown Revitalization Committee is hoping to get a state grant to update some downtown parks. Patch reports that in a letter to the Town Manager, committee member Mitch Ruscitti said Milford could be eligible for more than $1 million in grants... Read more.
01/09/2023 - 07:10:10 AM
MEDWAY - The Friends of the Medway Public Library are having a book sale in a couple of weekends. Friday, January 20 is a Friends-Only preview from 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. although you are welcome to join or renew your membership at the door. Saturday, January 21 from... Read more.
01/09/2023 - 07:08:26 AM
MILFORD - Parents, Milford Police are inviting you to an online presentation about how to keep kids safe online. It’s being presented by the US Attorney's Office and Homeland Security on Wednesday, January 18. It will cover topics like Social Media, Digital Footprint... Read more.
01/09/2023 - 07:05:57 AM
FRANKLIN - The Franklin Cultural District is getting a $15,000 grant from the Mass Cultural Council. The awards were announced Friday with a total of $750,000 to 50 districts, the most ever in the Mass Cultural Council’s Cultural District Investment Grant Program... Read more.
01/09/2023 - 07:00:13 AM
HOPKINTON - The potential 10-year building costs related to population growth at Hopkinton Public Schools could reportedly cost between $280 and $302 million dollars. The figure comes from a consultant’s study commissioned by the school committee as they look at their... Read more.
01/09/2023 - 06:57:03 AM
WESTBORO - Westboro Police are looking for the driver of a car that hit a 12-year-old boy who was crossing West Main Street Thursday. The boy is not seriously injured but police are looking for a gold colored sedan seen along West Main and Milk Street around 430pm... Read more.
01/06/2023 - 08:45:13 AM
WESTBORO - The Westboro Library Building Committee has chosen the architects and designers to help rehabilitate the 1908 building. LPA|A and Vertex were chosen and will now tally up the costs of their proposals which the Community Advocate reports will be ready early... Read more.
01/06/2023 - 08:43:23 AM
BLACKSTONE - The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation is scheduled to start work on the Blackstone section of the Southern New England Trunkline Trail or SNETT this Spring. The Governor's Office says the $11.3 million project to build the section from... Read more.
01/04/2023 - 07:41:20 AM
FRANKLIN - History buffs and model train enthusiasts are encouraged to attend the first Sunday Speaker series of 2023 at the Franklin Historical Museum. This Sunday, January 8 at 1pm Joe Landry will present the history of trains that rolled through Franklin with an... Read more.
01/04/2023 - 07:37:39 AM
MILFORD - Milford nonprofit recovery support center Chris' Corner is hosting a blood drive today. It will benefit the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital. The Kraft Family Blood Donor Center donation truck will be outside Chris' Corner at 12... Read more.
01/04/2023 - 07:31:48 AM
MEDWAY - Medway’s Summer Street was back open by Tuesday afternoon after a full road closure prompted by a car accident that took out a utility pole and brought down wires. The closure, which lasted several hours due to the extensive damage to the pole and the heaviness... Read more.
01/04/2023 - 07:28:04 AM
FRANKLIN - Franklin is reportedly getting around $110,000 in grants toward sustainable energy projects from the Commonwealth. The Gap Energy Grant Program is administered by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection under its Clean Energy Results Program... Read more.
01/04/2023 - 07:24:30 AM
BELLINGHAM - Bellingham’s Fire Chief says a New Years Eve fire that has left a family of three without a place to live was accidental and electrical in nature. Chief Steven Gentile tells the Daily News the fire started just before midnight New Year's Eve at the Chestnut... Read more.
01/03/2023 - 07:15:30 AM
ASHLAND - Rhode Island State Police say the driver in a Saturday morning crash that killed a 22-year-old Ashland man has been arrested for driving under the influence. Police say William Malloy was the front-seat passenger in a car driven by 25 year old Christopher... Read more.
01/03/2023 - 07:13:50 AM
MEDWAY - The Medway Village Church Food Pantry says they were able to help more than 560 people from 145 households with food plus give Christmas gifts to more than 250 kids one day in December. The Food Pantry Director tells the Millis-Medway News that before the... Read more.
01/03/2023 - 07:05:27 AM
MILFORD - If you are still figuring out how to dispose of your Christmas Tree, Milford residents can support the Milford Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts with their Christmas Tree Pick Up. Scouts will be collecting trees on Saturday January 7th. You do not need to make a... Read more.
12/23/2022 - 01:30:53 PM
MILLIS - The Town of Millis is doing a sewer system evaluation to identify sources of extraneous groundwater and stormwater in the sewer system. It means they will need to inspect the roofs of all buildings in the study areas where excessive water was found. You will get... Read more.
12/23/2022 - 01:27:20 PM
WORCESTER - A potential health care worker strike at Saint Vincent Hospital has been staved off. Teamsters Union Local 170, which represents operating room technicians and others who work with nurses, and St Vincent owner Tenet Healthcare Corp, have reportedly reached a... Read more.
12/23/2022 - 01:25:43 PM
HOPKINTON - Hopkinton High School Senior Ryan Dharbanga has won first place at the Hopkinton Lions Club’s annual High School Speech Contest. Hopkinton High Junior Eva Bennet took runner-up in the December 6 contest in which contestants were judged on delivery, effectiveness Read more.
12/23/2022 - 01:18:54 PM
WESTBORO - No one was hurt when a tractor-trailer got stuck under a railroad bridge on Route 30 at Willow Street in Westborough Thursday morning. Massachusetts State Police are looking into the circumstances of the truck being on that route and what information the driver ma Read more.
12/22/2022 - 05:51:00 PM
MEDWAY - Medway’s Student Advisory Board has been commended for their collaboration with the Medway School Committee. In an announcement Wednesday Superintendent Armand Pires and Principal John Murray recognized the six students of the Advisory Board which state law... Read more.
12/22/2022 - 05:49:36 PM
HOPKINTON - Hopkinton has some new grant funding available for local small businesses adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of $100,000 is available through the Town of Hopkinton Economic Recovery Support Grant in the form of $5,000 grants for businesses... Read more.
12/22/2022 - 05:47:02 PM
UXBRIDGE- Uxbridge has announced the rate of the fixed-price community electricity purchase program that starts in March. The Uxbridge Community Electricity Program was approved by Town Meeting and the Department of Public Utilities as an option for residents who want... Read more.
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