Monday, December 30, 2019

The Mayor is running... Pike robbery

Got my invitation to donate to the Mayor's next election campaign. In her message, she states she is working on economic development but we still don't have marijuana retails shops open here. The Cannabis Commission released data that show sales of almost 1/2 billion dollars in sales in Mass. Not a dime of that was in the Ham.

The robbery at the Starbucks on the Pike made front page news with a picture of a masked man holding a gun, but there's no way to identify him or her. The MWDN reported that the perpetrator was seen getting into a black SUV on Audrea Road, it's off Woodland and Brooke. I drove over there today and found a small parking lot, a dozen employee cars, trailers, trash and an open gate to the Pike.
I was under the impression that the Pike had to have fencing along the road so people could not gain access to the Pike. The area seems a perfect spot for the criminally intended to rob the places and an easy getaway route.

4 Comments:

At December 30, 2019 at 11:29 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim Pillsbury appreciate all that you blog about and the tenacity you have showed over the years in getting marijuana passed. Instead of jumping to the next election why not first look at the unfinished business from the last one?

And for you a little bit of seen here first. Framingham Unfiltered today got duped into showing its hand that it has a connection with Norton. Framingham Unfiltered was given information regarding the Norton Framingham State intern campaign violation for a story. Instead of posting on their site, within hours the intern's page with incriminating information was taken down. Clearly, Framingham Unfiltered passed along the information. Hopefully we'll see MWDN and Patch write about the information given to them.

Happy New Year from Framingham Truth.

 
At January 2, 2020 at 3:57 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like Framingham Unfiltered play favorites as the Source does. Hopefully residents recognize what is printed on those two sites is not always the full story

 
At January 3, 2020 at 7:11 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, fake news is rampant in the Ham. You may not always agree with Jim, but at least he tells the news straight and is transparent about any personal opinions about the news, which he always puts in excellent context. Thanks, Jim.

 
At January 6, 2020 at 2:41 PM , Blogger jim pillsbury said...

the more eyes on the Ham the better.

 

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