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Light the Town festivities start tonight

Foxboro Recreation and the Foxboro Jaycees, with the help from Foxboro Fire and the Boyden Library, have collaborated to bring back a holiday tradition in town with the first annual "Light The Town" festivities today and Saturday.
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NEW: Town keeps split tax rate

 Homeowners are in for a tax hike of $180, on average.
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Foxboro officials in the dark about housing, development associated with commuter rail plan

FOXBORO — With housing and economic development the chief drivers of the state’s plan to bring commuter rail service to Gillette Stadium, town officials remain in the dark about what kind of housing o
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Bus hits pole on way to school

Twelve Foxboro High School students and a school bus driver escaped injury Tuesday morning when their bus struck and tore down a utility pole, leaving a maze of live electrical and phone wires blocking South Street near Union Street.
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