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  • Published: Tue, 15 Jan 2019 22:04:59 +0000
    Framingham 2019 Open Burning Season (Jan 15 - May 1) - FRAMINGHAM, MA - The City of Framingham announced today that Massachusetts burn season opens January 15 and runs through May 1. Residents may obtain an Open Outdoor Burning Permit by phone or online. To obtain a permit by phone, call the Framingham Fire Department permit line at (508) 532-5942, between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on each day...... [read more]

  • Published: Fri, 09 Nov 2018 07:02:46 +0000
    Framingham Based Ameresco Completes Third Ashland Solar Project - FRAMINGHAM, MA - Framingham based renewable energy company Ameresco, Inc. (NYSE:AMRC), has completed it's third solar photovoltaic (‚ÄúPV‚ÄĚ) facility for the Town of Ashland at it's capped landfill on Howe Street. The Town partnered with Ameresco to develop the solar PV projects under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). Ameresco will operate and maintain the...... [read more]

  • Published: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 05:42:12 +0000
    Framingham Firm Receives Cannabis Testing License - FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, ("CCC"), has voted in favor of issuing MCR Labs of Framingham its license to operate as an Independent Testing Laboratory ("ITL") for the state's Adult Use Marijuana Program. While some have complained that the State has been to slow to roll out recreational marijuana sales, the CCC regulations were designed with...... [read more]

  • Published: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 03:48:41 +0000
    Framingham Road Work / Traffic Alerts (Oct. 21-27, 2018) - FRAMINGHAM, MA - The City of Framingham has released the following traffic alerts for the week of October 21st-27th, 2018, (note: construction schedules are weather permitting and are subject to change). Concord Street: Expect significant traffic delays as crews perform utility and roadway improvements during the day and night hours in areas along Concord Street between...... [read more]

  • Published: Sun, 14 Oct 2018 05:08:21 +0000
    1.7 Megawatt Solar Array Powered Up on Bose Mountain - FRAMINGHAM, MA - Bose Corporation has just brought a 1.7 megawatt solar installation online. The fixed-tilt, ground mounted array of nearly 4000 solar panels is located on the southern side of what locals commonly refer to as "Bose Mountain" an industrial area off Route 9, near the Southborough town line. The array which was designed, constructed and...... [read more]

This Is Framingham (blog)

  • Published: Tue, 01 Nov 2016 01:33:51 +0000
    Busa Bushwhack Trail Race - I’ve been running on roads exclusively since I started running,¬†but recently (as in 2 weekends ago) found¬†an interest in trail running, which I’m actually really afraid of. ¬†There are so many rocks and roots to¬†constantly be looking out for¬†and then add a bunch of leaves hiding those things…it’s just a lot to think about while […]... [read more]

  • Published: Thu, 03 Jan 2013 03:50:47 +0000
    Goodbye - It seemed like such a long time to have things happen with the house but it finally did and¬†we moved this past weekend. I remember a while ago thinking I’d have so much fun with a farewell post that rattled off all the reasons why I’m glad we’re ¬†leaving and “woo-hoo”ing and all that but […]... [read more]

  • Published: Thu, 29 Nov 2012 03:26:34 +0000
    Shoppers World redesign? Have your say next week. - I just spoke with someone from the GlobeWest today about the¬†Metropolitan Area Planning Council‘s project to help redesign Route 9 to¬†accommodate¬†the¬†foreseen¬†growth in the next few years. ¬†One of the areas they will focus on is the “Golden Triangle” and even Shoppers World layout. ¬†The plan is to have the parking on the¬†perimeter while the stores […]... [read more]

  • Published: Tue, 06 Nov 2012 14:54:44 +0000
    Hi Ed - I went to the McCarthy School today to vote and I don’t know if I just never realized it, or the wing is newly dedicated (probably the latter) but it was great to see the portrait of Ed Convery who passed away this year. ¬†For anyone who doesn’t know, Ed was the Principal of the […]... [read more]

  • Published: Sat, 22 Sep 2012 02:32:18 +0000
    Random flashbacks - Since someone commented about nostalgia in the last post I figured I’d post some random old newspaper clippings and such that I found going through some archives at the History Center. ¬†Some I didn’t bother scanning because I didn’t think I’d use them for the blog, just for personal records, so please excuse the quality […]... [read more]

Eagle's Eye News (Framingham High School)

  • Librarian's Desk - Mrs. Barry has a useful tool for anyone looking for something good to read -- check it out! [read more]

  • Beach Reading - A Book Review by Mrs. Sower, FHS LibrarianEarly Autumnby Robert ParkerNew York: Random House, 1981Classic. Detective. Novel.No one is a cool as Boston Private Investigator Spenser. He runs at least 5 miles a day, quotes Shakespeare and Frost, boxes, has a whit sharp as an heiress's stiletto, and he could charm a raccoon out of the garbage. When a pretty blond asks Spenser to help her get her son back from her ex-husband, Spenser collects the 15-year-old kid with no problem. But when he real... [read more]

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  • Unsportsmanlike Conduct - By Dan Tursky (Class of 2011)Professional Tennis player David Ferrer was participating in the Sony Ericsson Open Quarterfinal match against Mardy Fish when a spur of events turned the match upside down. A wailing baby in the stands sparked Ferrer‚Äôs frustration as he lost his composure and decided to lob a ball up in the general direction of where the noise of the infant was coming from. Though his action of technically throwing a ball at a helpless baby may have been an act of frustration and ... [read more]

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