Foxboro Cable Access continues to encourage higher education in the communications field by offering a $1000 scholarship annually. Any Foxboro resident is eligible to apply if they are pursuing a college degree in this field. Applications are available at the FCA Studio at 28 Central Street, Foxborough High School Guidance Office, The Boyden Library, Town Hall and can also be downloaded here.
Completed applications must be returned to the FCA studio by the deadline of Friday, May 25, 2012 If you have any other questions, please call Foxboro Cable Access at 543-4757
UPDATE: The Board of Selectmen Meeting has been moved to the Foxborough High School Auditorium, the meeting will start at 7:30pm.
The Foxboro Board of Selectmen will meet Tuesday, May 1st at 7pm. The meeting will be held in the Andrew A. Gala Room at Town Hall. FCA will air the meeting live on the Government Channel (Comcast 22/Verizon 38) and online at http://www.fcatv.org/live
Board of Selectmen meetings replay on the Government Channel (Comcast 22/Verizon 38) at the following times:
Fridays at 4pm
Saturdays at noon
Sundays 8am & 4pm
Residents can also watch previous meetings online at FCA’s streaming video site: click here
Foxboro — No Foxboro Casino will present another in its series of informational open houses on Saturday, May 5from 12:00 noon to 3 p.m. at the Union Church, 384 South Street in Foxboro, MA (on the corner of South and North Grove Street).
The video Preserving the Character of Foxboro will be presented at 12:00 noon, 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.
If you are undecided on whether a casino is right for the town of Foxboro and the surrounding communities, we encourage you to visit us to learn more. Get accurate information, have an opportunity to ask questions, pick up a lawn sign, learn how you can help as a volunteer, and be part of the petition “Mr. Kraft: Please Do The Right Thing.”
Complimentary coffee and light refreshments will be served.
No Foxboro Casino (www.nofoxborocasino.org ) is a grassroots group of Foxboro residents interested in preserving the character of the town of Foxboro.