Proposals on medical marijuana still pending before the town council, with new hearings expected. Fred Hanson The Patriot Ledger @Fhanson_Ledger
BRAINTREE – A town council committee will schedule new hearings on proposals which would ban the sale and production of recreational marijuana in town. Proposals on marijuana have been before the town council for months and have been the subject of several hearings.
The town council has approved $160,000 for the purchase of two golf simulators at the Braintree Municipal Golf Course. Fred Hanson The Patriot Ledger @Fhanson_Ledger
BRAINTREE – Golfers will soon have a chance to work on their game or compete in leagues during the off-season at the Braintree Municipal Golf Course. The town council Tuesday night unanimously approved $160,000 for the purchase of two golf simulators for the course’s newly expanded clubhouse.
RANDOLPH - A police chase with a robbery suspect ended in a head-on collision with a civilian in Randolph, WCVB TV reports. Newscenter 5 confirmed that the car crash Wednesday was related to a robbery earlier in the day at a convenience store. A man walked into a convenience store on North Main Street and demanded money. He was armed with a sawed off shotgun and took off with approximately $200 in cash.
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