Masked Intruder, Mall Future, Minecraft Abuse: Patch Top Stories – Yahoo News

NATICK, MA — From a fight over liquor licenses in Framingham to a major apartment complex proposal in Milford, here are the top stories from Patch for the week ending Sept. 18.

What May Be Next For Natick Mall As Anchor Stores Exit

Two large anchor stores are leaving the Natick Mall — the third and fourth in recent years — but real estate experts see an interesting future ahead for the shopping center.

BJ’s Liquor License Bid In Framingham Sparks Opposition

Two Framingham liquor stores and BJ’s Wholesale Club are tangling over a liquor license transfer.

Ex-Texas Deputy Who Exploited Worcester County Girls Get 18 Years

He met the girls online through the game “Minecraft,” beginning years of abuse.

Natick Artist Opens ‘Dream’ Store — With Pandemic Strategy

A Natick artist just opened a new storefront last week, and sees a path through the remainder of the pandemic.

Site Identified For New Marlborough Fire Station

A fire station on the west side of Marlborough has been a goal for years due to new development.

Masked, Scooter-Riding Intruder Sought By Sudbury Police

Sudbury police later caught up to this person, who has been driving along Route 117 and approaching homes.

Framingham To Give $500 Fines For Coronavirus Violations

As coronavirus cases continue to rise, Framingham is hoping to subdue large social gatherings with fines.

Framingham’s ‘Scarlet M’ Finalized By City Council

The Framingham mayor attempted to stop a new apartment moratorium, but the City Council overturned her this week.

Developer Proposes 296-Unit Milford Apartment Project

This is the second phase of a large development near I-495 and Route 85.

Worker At Sudbury School Tests Positive For Coronavirus

A worker at a daycare program tested positive for COVID-19 as public schools in Sudbury reopened this week.

Worcester Coronavirus Cases Fall As State Labels City ‘High-Risk’

Worcester was one of a few communities added to the state’s “high-risk” list this week. One official hopes it will draw attention back to the seriousness of the pandemic.

This article originally appeared on the Natick Patch

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