Schools will be open tomorrow, Wed. Oct 31.
As of this morning, 10-15% of the town is still without power, mainly in the Northwest section of the community. The town is waiting for further information from National Grid about when we should expect that power to be restored. Our public safety officials strongly encourage people to stay away from downed wires for your safety. If there is any question in regards to the quality of any food products that have thawed in your refrigerator, “when in doubt, throw it out.” And lastly, Halloween should not be impacted so… Halloween is on!
Foxborough Officials would also like residents to know:
- Medical Equipment & Cell Phone Charging is available at Town Hall and the Public Safety Building
- Spoiled Food – When in doubt, throw it out.
- Generator Safety – Run Generators Outside, Prevent Back-feeding by having a licensed electrician make any connections to house wiring.
Listen to live coverage of Warrior Football on Comcast 12, Verizon 37, and online at http://www.fcatv.org/live
The Virtual Dementia Tour® is a hands-on learning experience designed to build sensitivity and awareness for anyone seeking to understand the physical and mental challenges of those with Dementia. This program will be offered to the Foxborough community free of charge. Registration is required & space is limited. To register for the Virtual Dementia Tour® call 508-762-1949.
The Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce Eldercare Alliance is offering the opportunity for you to experience dementia first hand. If you or someone you know would benefit from this training please give us a call.