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Treat Cupcake Bar giving proceeds from special "Boston Strong" cupcake to the One Fund.
Police & Fire, Awareness, Going Green
Needham Police announce Medicine Take Back day, April 27.
Patch interviews a Needhamite who is training for the Boston Marathon with Children's Hospital's Miles for Miracles program.
Needham residents will have an opportunity to gain an understanding of immigration reform proposals currently being debated on Capitol Hill on Thursday, February 28.
On Thursday, the children of Needham Extended Day Program presented Sandra Robinson of the Needham Community Council a donation of just under $1500.
There is an opportunity to advertise in the Wellesley Hills Junior Women's Club 2013-2014 Phone Book. All proceeds through advertisements aree giving right back to the community.
Monday is MLK Day, and the town has a program to recognize the civil rights leader.
The American Liver Foundation still has spots available on their 2013 Run for Research Boston Marathon team. It’s challenging to qualify for the Boston Marathon, and charity spots go quickly.
The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Green Needham announced a new team dedicated to helping people in town get energy savings, and that team is looking for members.
As temperatures drop, people start looking for creative ways to heat their homes – and we see a spike in house and apartment fires.
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