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In the years prior to the American Civil War, Framingham was an annual gathering-spot for members of the Abolitionist movement. Each Independence Day from 1854 to 1865, the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society held a rally near what is now downtown Framingham. At the 1854 rally, William Lloyd Garrison burned copies of the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850, judicial decisions enforcing it, and the United States Constitution.

Population: 66910
Local Newspapers: The MetroWest Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
Local Colleges: Framingham State College

Zip Codes associated with framingham, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near framingham, massachusetts : Cochituate Wellesley Dover Cordaville Wayland Ashland Fayville Sherborn

Framingham News
Police ID off-duty trooper who suffered medical issue, died

Massachusetts State Police have identified an off-duty trooper who died after suffering a medical emergency while exercising in Framingham. Spokesman Dave Procopio said at least 20 police cruisers escorted the trooper's body from the hospital to the medical examiner's office in Boston for an autopsy.

NECC verdict could serve as blueprint for other trials

When jurors returned their decision in the trial of the former co-owner of a Framingham company that shipped tainted drugs across the country, they did more than declare guilt or innocence. They marked their vote tallies on the verdict slip, showing the outcome of their votes, or at least the initial votes, on the charges on which they failed to convict Barry J. Cadden.

NECC Pharmacist Acquitted Of Murder, Found Guilty Of Racketeering

The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of former pharmacist Barry Cadden. He's been acquitted of causing the deaths of 25 people in a meningitis outbreak but convicted of racketeering.

Pharmacist acquitted of murder in deadly meningitis outbreak

Pharmacist acquitted of murder in deadly meningitis outbreak Barry Cadden, however, was found guilty of racketeering, conspiracy and mail fraud charges. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2nBJgTz BOSTON - A jury in Boston acquitted pharmacist Barry Cadden on murder charges in the deaths of 25 patients injected with steroids from his lab.

Verdict reached in trial over deadly meningitis outbreak

A verdict has been reached in the trial of a Massachusetts pharmacy co-founder charged in a nationwide meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people and sickened 700 others in 2012. Barry Cadden is charged with 25 counts of second-degree murder, conspiracy and other charges under the federal racketeering law.

Middlesex DA: Dealing with hardships key to avoid path to opiate addiction

Teaching kids how to cope with hardships, keeping them away from alcohol as youngsters, and throwing out old prescription medication are three ways to interrupt a path to opiate addiction, Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan told an auditorium full of parents and teenagers in Framingham last night. "We were thinking about how we can do some prevention pieces.

SCIEX And Announce Opening Of ProCan To Advance Precision Medicine

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. & SYDNEY-- -- SCIEX , a global leader in life science analytical technologies, has announced that Children's Medical Research Institute has opened ProCana , the Australian Cancer Research Foundation International Centre for the Proteome of Human Cancer.

Door-busting police raids leave a trail of blood across the US

This town on the edge of the Appalachians has fewer than 5,000 residents, but the SWAT team was outfitted for war. At 2:15 a.m. on a moonless night in May 2014, 10 officers rolled up a driveway in an armored Humvee, three of them poised to leap off the running boards.

Debris shatters woman's sunroof on Interstate 495

Investigators are trying to find the source of the debris that hit a vehicle on Interstate 495 in Southborough Monday morning, injuring its driver. A 26-year-old woman was driving south on the highway when the debris shattered her sunroof shortly after 9 a.m. She was showered in glass and suffered minor injuries.

Bird sightings

Common mergansers are especially noticeable right now, particularly on larger lakes and ponds. American woodcocks are also being reported at dusk at a number of locations on wind-free evenings.

Investment Analysts' Weekly Ratings Changes for Ameresco

According to Zacks, "Ameresco, Inc. is an independent provider of comprehensive energy efficiency solutions for facilities throughout North America. The Company's solutions include upgrades to a facility's energy infrastructure, and the construction and operation of renewable energy plants.

Statement Regarding The Conclusion of the Litigation Pertaining to Alleged Disposal of Asbestos

The Town of Framingham welcomes the conclusion of this matter with today's entry of the consent judgment by the court. The Town remains disappointed that materials from a Town project could have been disposed of improperly, given the reasonable expectations the Town had in the contractor and engineer we hired to make sure that would not happen.

Framingham clinic owners to pay millions over erectile dysfunction scheme

Six months after a men's medical clinic were forced to pay $17 million related to its erectile dysfunction scheme, the two owners have been ordered to pay $13.5 million for their role, according to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey's office.

Trial concluding for pharmacist charged in deadly U.S. meningitis outbreak

Closing arguments are scheduled for Thursday in the trial of the co-founder of a now-defunct Massachusetts pharmacy charged with murder and racketeering for his role in a 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people across the United States. Barry Cadden, 50, is the one of two former pharmacists at the New England Compounding Center accused of second-degree murder in an outbreak that sickened 751 people in 20 states.

Jury ready to deliberate in case of deadly meningitis outbreak

A federal judge says he will allow a jury to deliberate in the case against a former top executive at a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy blamed for a national meningitis outbreak in 2012 that killed 64 people. Cadden is charged with 25 counts of second-degree murder and other offenses under federal racketeering laws.

Track, temps alter storm outlook, but officials urge caution

Warmer temperatures along the coast and a changing storm track have lowered the projected snow totals in eastern Massachusetts, but Gov. Charlie Baker early Tuesday morning warned that high winds and periods of heavy snowfall will create "extremely difficult" driving conditions and advised drivers to stay off the roads if they can. While he has not instituted a travel ban, Baker said, "If people can stay off the roads for the rest of the day, and give the crews the space and the time and the ability to clean up after all of this, that would be terrific."

Jury set to deliberate in meningitis outbreak that killed 64

A federal judge says he will allow a jury to deliberate in the case against a former top executive at a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy blamed for a national meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people in 2012. Cadden is charged with 25 counts of second-degree murder and other offenses under federal racketeering laws.

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