Grafton, Massachusetts, located to the southeast of Worcester, is a community of about 18,000 people. Grafton is about 6 miles southeast of Worcester, 30 miles east of Boston, and 40 miles northwest of Providence, Rhode Island. The Town is part of the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor, the oldest industrialized region in the U.S. Grafton offers easy access to Routes 122, 140 and the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate Route 90). There is also a Commuter Rail station for the Worcester/Framingham train line, which runs from Worcester’s Union Station to Boston’s South Station.Residents feel it is a unique community because of the commitment of its citizens to civic needs and to the work of community organizations.
The town also sees an inextricable link between Grafton's natural setting and its human resources. The town is proud of its historical structures and districts, of the impressive Blackstone River and of the diversity of land uses within the community ranging from farming to forest, residential to commercial activities. Grafton shows a great deal of economic diversity, with both agrarian businesses and the development of sophisticated research facilities. All elements of the community, including civic organizations, businesses and volunteers, work together to promote and maintain the clear sense of what Grafton means to its residents.
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