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Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing Company’s Beer Garden Re-Opening on April 16

April 10, 2021 (10:51 pm EST)
Filed under: Business by News Staff
Exhibit 'A' Beer Garden opens April 16th, 2021!

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing Company is holding the grand re-opening of their Beer Garden at 81 Morton St., Framingham on Friday, April 16th, 2021 from 4:00-9:00pm.

The Beer Garden will offer award-winning beers such as Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing’s signature Goody Two Shoes, Briefcase Porter, The Cat’s Meow, and Hair Raiser. A brand new beer will also be available: Uh Huh Honey, a West Coast style honey IPA, whose proceeds benefit the Pink Boots Society’s educational scholarships for Massachusetts women in brewing.

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Patio Place @ Ski Haus Expanding to Framingham Location

March 31, 2021 (1:22 pm EST)
Filed under: Business by News Staff

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- Salem New Hampshire based Ski Haus has announced 2021 plans for their Patio Place business. Their 9K sq. ft. store at 686 Worcester Rd, (Route 9) Framingham, unable to open last spring due to Covid 19 restrictions, will begin offering patio furniture and accessories this spring in lieu of their Burlington, MA location.

"There were a lot of considerations to take into account," said Wayne Pilla, President and Co-Owner. "As a local family business, we know our limitations. By moving the Patio Place summer assortment from Burlington into Framingham, we're able to provide the underserved Framingham market; while still offering and delivering to the greater Burlington area. This gives our Burlington customers two stores within 24 miles to shop Patio Place—both Framingham and Salem, New Hampshire. In no way does this change our commitment to our Burlington location for Ski and Snowboard season."

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U-Haul Opens Self-Storage Facility at Framingham-Southborough Line

March 31, 2021 (11:17 am EST)
Filed under: Business by News Staff
UHaul opens new 636 unit self-storage facility at 15 Pleasant Street Connector, Framingham, MA

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- U-Haul® is offering 636 newly constructed self-storage units at 15 Pleasant St. Connector, a property that was acquired in March 2018.

U-Haul Moving & Storage of Framingham-Southborough introduced the completed facility on Friday. The selection of indoor climate-controlled storage rooms are fitted with high-tech security features and are available at affordable price points. Customers have access to an indoor loading area to provide protection from the weather.

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Framingham Based Ameresco Installs 26,000 Solar Modules in Rhode Island

March 22, 2021 (3:49 pm EST)
Filed under: Business,Technology by News Staff
[photo] Ameresco - R.I. Airport Solar Installation
Ameresco’s Tiverton’s solar energy site comprises over 12,000 modules with an electricity generation capacity of 4.95 megawatts.

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Framingham based Ameresco, Inc., (NYSE: AMRC), a leading clean technology integrator specializing in energy efficiency and renewable energy, today announced that it achieved commercial operation at its solar energy site in Tiverton, Rhode Island and mechanical completion at its site in Cumberland, Rhode Island. Both milestones mark meaningful steps in the advancement of solar energy resources within the State of Rhode Island.

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Framingham Used Car Dealer $925,000 Deceptive Sales Practice Judgment

November 20, 2019 (7:53 pm EST)
Filed under: Business,Legal Notices by News Staff
[photo] MA Lemon Law Car

FRAMINGHAM, MA - A used car dealership based in Framingham and its owner have agreed to a $925,000 judgment that includes restitution to consumers to resolve allegations that the business engaged in unfair and deceptive sales practices that violated Massachusetts consumer protection law.

According to the AG’s complaint, filed along with a consent judgment that was entered in Middlesex Superior Court last week, New England AutoMax Inc., AutoMax Preowned Inc., and Auto Max Inc. (AutoMax) and their owner Howard J. Wilner allegedly violated the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act by misrepresenting important information about the condition, origin, and history of used cars it sold, selling add-on service contracts to consumers that did not cover the cars they were purchasing, falsifying down payments, and adding undisclosed fees onto car sales transactions.

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