Editor’s Note: Sorry for the late posting but Source is busy with the storm coverage and is late with this column.
1 As of noon, about 18% of Framingham is still without power, down from a high of 35% yesterday. Eversource says full restoration of power to Framingham is anticipated by 6 p.m. Saturday.
2. Mayor Yvonne E. Spicer spoke at a City of Worcester event for International Women’s Day last night.
This morning, March 9, Mayor Spicer was on a plane flying to Washington DC for a Democratic National Committee meeting.
3. Quilling Card, a small business in Framingham that sells greetings cards, journals, and other similar products is having a walk in sale today at 47 Mellen Street. until 4 p.m.
“We have never held a walk-in sale before here at our office, and we will be offering 50% Off of discontinued card designs to customers at the sale,” said Alexander Gester E-Commerce Marketing Manager
4. Pangea food truck will be at Exhibit A Brewing company tonight from 5 to 8 p.m.
5. Framingham Source will be profiling Boston Marathon runners. Email editor@FraminghamSource.com if you wish to be profiled.