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This historic community, on the outskirts of Boston, is in the heart of the Northeast's high tech, tourism and commercial markets, a 20-minute drive to the capital of Massachusetts and minutes to the rural neighborhoods.

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Visit Concord, a town rich in culture, history, and natural beauty. Home of Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Louisa May Alcott, Walden Pond, and part of the birth of the American Revolution.

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If you live, work, play, or have other interests in the Town of Framingham, we hope this website will be a one stop resource for your online information needs.

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"Lincoln, less than 15 miles away from Boston, embodies the best qualities of New England towns in its rich history, natural beauty, rural character and most of all, the good will and public spirit of its townsfolk."

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Waltham is a city on the Charles River with a population of about 58000, about 10 miles west of Boston. It was formed in 1738 when it separated from Watertown. The mayor is William Stanley. The Waltham Watch Factory, founded in the 1850's, pioneered the mass production of watches. The city was named after Waltham, England.

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