Framingham, with a population of 67,000, is located mid-way between Boston and Worcester and is the hub of the Metro-West region. Framingham offers a unique blend of urban and rural qualities. The vibrant retail area along Route 9 lies close by quiet residential areas and the town common. From its founding in 1700, Framingham has supported a variety of industries. The mills and factories that flourished in Framingham encouraged the growth of the Saxonville area of the town and the downtown. Currently, the major town employers are primarily non-manufacturing, including medical, retail, educational, office and biotechnical activities. It is 21 miles from Worcester, 23 miles from Boston and 50 miles from Providence.
Framingham provides excellent commuter access to the surrounding towns and cities. Route 9 divides Framingham, passing east to west through the middle of town. Additional roads that connect to the town are Interstate 90 (The Massachusetts Turnpike), Route 30, Route 126, and Route 135. Framingham has three colleges, including Framingham State University and Massachusetts Bay Community College's Framingham Campus. Framingham has a unique blend of urban and rural qualities and offers excellent public services, a well-respected school system, and a full-service community teaching hospital.
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