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Past articles by Jeff:

Hudson, companies responsible for elevated PFAS levels in drinking water reach settlement

Hudson reached a settlement with the three companies responsible for elevated PFAS levels in the town's drinking water. → Read More

Framingham Episcopal church proposes solar panels over its parking lot

St. Andrew's Church is proposing to install solar panels on a canopy over its parking lot. Residents have asked the church to add a landscaping buffer. → Read More

What a Soofa idea. Solar-powered bulletin boards in downtown Framingham

Soofas, a dynamic bulletin board, have been installed in downtown Framingham. → Read More

Framingham mayoral, District 7 council preliminary races appear likely

The deadline for candidates to return papers for city offices is Thursday. Preliminary elections for mayor and the District 7 seat are likely. → Read More

Framingham gets $200K state grant for improvements on School Street

Framingham was awarded a $200K Shared Streets and Spaces grant from state. → Read More

Lightning strike ignites blaze at Franklin home

Four people were left homeless after a lighting strike ignited a fire at a North Park Street multi-family home. → Read More

What do you get for the median home price in Framingham, Marlborough, and Milford?

A look at what you get for the median single-family home price in MetroWest and Milford. The median sales prices in Massachusetts hit $525,000. → Read More

Spicer, Sisitsky are close in fundraising for Framingham mayoral race

Framingham mayoral hopeful Charlie Sistsky raised more than $24,000 in June. → Read More

Framingham police officer suffers minor injuries in Rte. 9 crash

A Framingham cop suffered minor injuries while attempting to respond to a call at the Monticello Inn Wednesday. → Read More

Assisted living proposed as part of Framingham Sheraton renovation

Monarch Communities and XSS Hotels are planning to repurpose the Framingham Sheraton as a hotel and senior housing facility. → Read More

Four competitive races so far for Framingham City Council; none for school board

Prospective candidates for city offices have until July 15 to return nomination papers. Only four City Council races have emerged thus far. → Read More

City officials plot a Rush to Framingham restaurants this summer

Downtown Framingham Inc., the EDIC and Framingham Restaurant Council will hold a Restaurant Rush to encourage residents to return to eateries. → Read More

Framingham City Council OKs Fuller, Brophy school solar projects

City councilors approved two solar energy projects at Brophy and Fuller schools that will provide savings and create learning opportunities → Read More

Rick McKenna drops out of Framingham mayoral race; will back Sisitsky

Framingham mayoral candidate Rick McKenna announced Thursday he won't seek office. → Read More

Framingham cleanup group wants ban on Styrofoam, nip bottles, black plastic

A subcommittee of the City Council is slated to discuss a proposed ban on Styrofoam and nip bottles. → Read More

Framingham City Council tables Belknap Pool vote; detailed plan for usage sought

Councilor Tuesday tabled a vote on purchasing the former Belknap Pool and Tennis Club due to there being no plan for the property. → Read More

MetroWest Transit Authority to restart fare collection in October

The MWRTA will reinstitute fare collection on its buses beginning Oct. 1. Fare collection was suspended last April due to the pandemic. → Read More

Framingham considering accessory dwelling unit allowance

Accessory dwelling units - or in-law apartments - are not allowed in Framingham, but that could soon change. → Read More

FRAMBark plans informational event July 11 for Framingham's first dog park

An event featuring doggie ice cream, caricatures and the showcasing of the designs of the city's first dog park will be held July 11. → Read More

The Branches of Framingham celebrates Joan Goldberg, its American Girl

Longtime educator and American Girl doll collector Joan Goldberg was honored Thursday by The Branches, the assisted living facility where she lives. → Read More