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Mansfield awarded more than $65,000 to renovate small park named after resident who chronicled town’s history

MANSFIELD — The town has been awarded a $65,592 state grant to renovate Harry B. Chase Jr. Place, a small park on Old Colony Way near the World War II Memorial bike path.

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Mansfield has new vision for downtown train station area

MANSFIELD — A new roadway, rail crossing and parking garage are among projects planned for the area around the downtown MBTA train station.

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Town Organizes Public Meeting Regarding Downtown Zoning Reforms

The Town of Mansfield announced plans for a public meeting on Thursday, September 22, to discuss community objectives and zoning amendments relative to the downtown MBTA Commuter Station’s surrounding area.

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Town Of Mansfield: Fall Festival Returns

The Town of Mansfield is proud to announce the return of the Fall Festival at Fulton’s Pond. The fun will begin at noon on Saturday, October 1, 2022 and continue into the early evening, culminating with the lighting of the fire cauldrons at dusk along with the sounds of the Drum Nomads.

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Mansfield to tackle Shrewsbury in GBH’s ‘High School Quiz Show’ quarterfinals

MANSFIELD – Mansfield High School will face Shrewsbury in the quarterfinal round of “High School Quiz Show” April 23 on GBH 2 and on High School Quiz Show’s YouTube channel.

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Mansfield senior center, baseball complex projects get $150,000

MANSFIELD – Plans to build a new Council on Aging at the site of the former police station is receiving a $100,000 boost in federal funds, according to a press release from the office of state Sen. Paul Feeney, D-Foxborough.

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NA administrator chosen as Mansfield High’s new principal

MANSFIELD – Russ Booth, a North Attleboro administrator and Mansfield resident, has been hired as the new principal at Mansfield High School, School Superintendent Teresa Murphy announced this week.

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Mansfield High School students to collect donations to benefit refugees of war-torn Ukraine

The Student Service Corps of Mansfield High School plans to collect cash to benefit refugees affected by the war in Ukraine.

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Wall, who spearheaded Mansfield Mural project, honored for service

MANSFIELD – Nancy Wall has served a total of 42 years on four different Mansfield boards and committees.

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Residents, organizations, businesses invited to take part in Great Mansfield Cleanup on April 30

MANSFIELD —Spring will soon officially be here, which means it’s time for the 15th annual Great Mansfield Cleanup.

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