FRAMINGHAM – Most people heading to the Marathon route on Monday have a good idea of what they’ll be seeing this year – uniformed and undercover police along city streets, bomb-sniffing dogs, security checkpoints at the starting and finish lines.Police aren’t just ramping up their presence on the ground, however. During a demonstration at state police headquarters in Framingham Thursday, officials said increased security will be reflected skyward as well.
HOPKINTON – Third-grader Will Masterson practiced his Swahili with Frankline Chepkwony at the Elmwood School on Thursday morning.Chepkwony is an elite Kenyan runner in this year’s Boston Marathon.
National Take Back Day, a drug collection event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration, will help area residents responsibly rid of unused or unwanted medication on Saturday, April 26.
Carrye Wells, lead dietician for St. Anthony Shawnee Hospital, said coloring eggs is one of her favorite Easter traditions but said people should be careful when it comes to eating hard boiled eggs.
Cold temperatures, bitter winds and a chilly drizzle couldn’t stop the crowd from forming at last year’s Kolache Festival.
The Tecumseh Savages fell behind early and never caught up in a 9-3 loss at home to Tuttle Thursday.
Bethel, Dale and Maud all rolled to easy wins on Thursday.
Fourth-ranked St. Gregory's and OBU split a pair of close games in their softball doubleheader on Thursday.
The Wolves clinched at least third place in District 5A-4 with a 7-2 win over Durant on Thursday.
The Cavaliers kept their playoff hopes alive with a pair of road wins in Bethany on Thursday.
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