Planning Board Approves Site Plan for Bradlees’ Space at Foxborough Plaza
The proposal to relocate Ocean State Job Lot into the former Bradlees space and bring Chic2Chic into Foxborough Plaza has been given the OK by the town’s Planning Board after it reviewed and approved the project’s site plan.
In addition to Ocean State Job Lot moving into the vacant Bradlees space and Chic2Chic moving from 34 School St. to the current Job Lot space, Daniel Fuchs, vice president for construction & development of WP Realty of Bryn Mawr Associates said the parking lot will be repaired.
Work proposed is the removal of some 31,000 square feet of existing pavement, the removal of and repair of the abandoned septic system and then repaving. The overall elevation will be lowered by a foot or so and a light will be slightly relocated. Subsequent to parking lot repairs, the entire lot will be crack-sealed, sealed and re-striped.
Easton's Golf Country Looks to Push Its Way out of the Recession
While many area golf facilities and driving ranges have struggled in the difficult economy, the owners of Golf Country in Easton have re-invested in their facility by adding and improving existing features since purchasing the business seven years ago.
Cumberland Farms has named Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay as the beneficiary of a month-long fundraiser to support the organization’s mission to nurture children and strengthen communities.
For four weeks, beginning Wednesday, June 5, Cumberland Farms will donate 20 cents from every Chill Zone beverage, brewed tea, and coffee (iced or hot) purchased at its store at 1128 Oakhill Ave in Attleboro, MA directly to Big Brothers Big Sisters. Cumberland Farms aims to raise at least $1,000 for the organization. This minimum will be put towards the organization’s “match” recruitment program which works to spread the word and through that, participation, in the BBBS program.
What's the Oldest Comic at Norwood's New England Comics?
While NE Comics has a constantly changing inventory, co owner Allan Burns says that currently, their oldest comic is a Superman number 145.
The comic itself features a crisis of identity, in which Lois Lane is tested in her ability to keep Superman's secret identity under raps.
Dedham Farmer's Market Receives Grant to Help Kick Off Its Sixth Season
Thanks to a grant from the Dedham Institution for Savings Foundation, the Dedham Farmer’s Market will be able to kick-off its sixth season on June 19.
The grant was awarded to the Dedham Square Circle, the non-profit that currently manages the Market. The market features six local farms, a greenhouse and ten specialty food vendors.
This year the Market will be held on the green in front of the First Church of Dedham.