The City of Framingham did not set trick or treat hours. Please be safe out with the kids tonight.
The Mayor, the City of Framingham and downtown Framingham hosted the City’s first-ever Spook-Tacular trick or treating event last night. The Mayor wore a Mikey hat. Mikey is a character in the Monsters Inc. Disney movie. Check out video and more photos from the event here.
2. Traffic safety is becoming a concern among more and more Framingham neighborhoods. Residential streets are experiencing faster and more aggressive driving, an increase in accidents, and dangerous conditions for pedestrians and families at bus stops. These concerns are magnified on Halloween. The good news is there are plenty of safety measures both drivers and Trick-or-Treaters can take to reduce the chances of accidents. Click here to read some tips.
3. FLYERS in action:
- Framingham High cheerleaders finished second at last night’s Bay State Conference competition.
- Check out the performance by the Framingham High dance team last night at the bay State Conference exhibition
- Framingham High’s co-ed field hockey travels to Natick for a battle against the Red Hawks tonight in a MIAA playoff game.
4. According to Mayor’s public calendar on the City of Framingham’s website, Mayor Yvonne Spicer has nothing on her public schedule, but Source has learned she plans to attend the Massachusetts School Building Authority meeting in Boston today. Learn more about the meeting, by clicking here.
The Mayor did not attend last night’s City Council meeting.
BONUS: Today is the 2018 World Series parade in Boston for the Red Sox. Source would love to see you photos. Email them at Editor@FraminghamSource.com or text at 508-315-7176