5 Things You Need To Know Today in Framingham: Friday, May 1, 2020

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1 Welcome to May. May 1 is traditionally decision day for seniors who usually are required to put a deposit on a college or university, but nationally more than 350 colleges & universities have extended that deadline to June 1.

2. The national social distance guidelines ended on April 30, but in Massachusetts the Governor has extended the social distance guidelines and the non-essential business order until May 18.


3. The MetroWest YMCA is hosting a virtual story time today. Sally’s Story Hour is a new Facebook Live Series every Friday at noon. Today’s book is the classic Where the Wild Things Are.

Framingham Public Schools are still distributing a free lunch (and breakfast) Monday through Friday at 4 schools from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for all ages 18 and younger.

No forms or registration is required. Parents/guardians can pick up the meals with their children present. We encourage families to practice social distancing and not congregate at the meal pickup locations:

  • Cameron Middle School – 215 Elm Street
  • Barbieri Elementary School – 100 Dudley Road
  • Fuller Middle School – 31 Flagg Drive
  • Wilson Elementary School – 169 Leland Street
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5. According to the Mayor’s public schedule, she has no public events today, May 1.

Last night, Mayor Yvonne Spicer submitted her fiscal year 2021 budget, which starts July 1, to the Framingham City Council. It was a proposed $300.9 million budget, a $4.5 million increase.

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