Updated: Hurricane Sandy Closures
The following events have been cancelled, or offices or businesses closed, due to the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Sandy Monday.
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Updated 9:30 a.m. Monday:
Milford Town Hall will close at noon Monday.
All MA trial courts will close at noon Monday until noon Tuesday. Jurors do not report.
Milford Town Library will be closed on Monday, due to the storm.
The Milford Senior Center will be closed Monday.
Gov. Deval Patrick on Sunday afternoon ordered all state offices closed; this will include the state Registry of Motor Vehicles office in Milford. According to a tweet from RMV, no road tests, but online transactions will be OK unless power loss.
Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational-Technical High School in Upton will be closed.
State Sen. Richard Moore (D-Uxbridge) has announced two cancelled events: Office Hours originally scheduled for Monday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Oxford Community Center; and a reception for the State House exhibit honoring victims of the Jewish Holocaust, originally scheduled for Monday at noon in Nurses Hall.
Amtrak announced about 1 p.m. Sunday it is cancelling all Northeast corridor trains on Monday, Oct. 29.
Franklin Public Schools have announced they will be closed Monday.