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The Chicken Bone Saloon on Route 135 was slapped with several Board of Health violations.
Early Saturday morning about 19,000 customers in Natick and Framingham were without power.
Police & Fire, Business
25 percent of Framingham, including most of Route 9, and 42 percent of Natick is without power, as of 2 a.m. Saturday.
The McAuliffe Regional Charter Public School instead of hiring a new principal will hire instead two instructional coaches as part of its expeditionary model.
For each magnet sold, 100 percent of the net sales, will go to the One Fund Boston; the company made American flag magnets in 2001 for the American Red Cross to benefit victims of 9/11.
A federal judge ruled Friday that consumers of any age should be able to buy emergency contraception without a prescription, instead of women first having to prove they are age 17 or older.
Actor Christian Bale was in Natick Thursday filming scenes for a Hollywood movie based on the ABSCAM investigation in the 1970s and '80s.
Police & Fire
The Tuesday afternoon crash closed the Mass Pike westbound for about an hour.
An empty tanker jackknifed and is blocking three lanes of the Massachusetts Turnpike westbound in Framingham.
More than 125 sixth grade students from the Christa McAuliffe Regional Charter Public School showed off what they have learned in Spanish, French and Advanced Spanish classes with a concert Thursday night.
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