Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Lightning strikes police station, officer injured

July 8, 2009 04:56:58 PM

It comes as no surprise that yesterday was a busy day for emergency responders (looks like today might be too), but police and fire crews responded to one call yesterday that was a little too close to home. At around 2:15 pm, lightning struck the police station. An officer who was in the garage at […]

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Wild weather continues

July 8, 2009 04:34:11 PM

You probably heard the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Hopkinton, Holliston and Milford. It expired about 45 minutes ago. What are things like in your neck of town? Update: Reports of hail on the south side of town, but no tornado touched down.

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Cordaville Road building eyed for new police station

July 8, 2009 01:26:54 PM

There’s been an interesting development in the ongoing saga over securing a new facility to house the police department. The Metrowest Daily News reports town officials last week toured the High Speed Video Inc. building at 150 Cordaville Road (map) which recently came on the market. (Fire Chief) Mauro and (Interim Police Chief) Moran also […]

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Heavy rain brings flooding, road closures, lightning strikes

July 8, 2009 11:25:07 AM

I wasn’t in town yesterday afternoon, but I hear there was quite a deluge. The Metrowest Daily News has a rundown of the damage, including a lightning strike at the police station: In Southborough, flooding led to road closures on Parkerville Road, Main Street at Parkerville Road, and Boston Road, police said. The worst flooding […]

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Tallying up the movie money

July 8, 2009 10:34:11 AM

The Hollywood lights are but a distant memory, but one thing remains: the money. Town Administrator Jean Kitchen said the movie company has paid in full for their time in town. The town took in a total of just over $30,000 for the shoot, including use of the Town House and Senior Center parking lots. […]

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Extension granted for Rossi Estates subdivision

July 8, 2009 07:09:41 AM

Rossi Estates is a long-planned 11-unit subdivision off Mt. Vickery Road, but while a special permit for major residential development was approved back in 2006, don’t expect them to break ground any time soon. The Planning Board on Monday night granted another one-year extension to the project’s developer Bartolini Builders. It’s the third such extension […]

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