Saturday, April 13, 2013
A fire roared through a Western Ave., Sherborn home earlier tonight, closing the street and forcing the Sherborn Fire Department to sound multiple alarms.
A fire broke out at 255 Western Ave. in Sherborn around 8:30 p.m. earlier tonight, forcing multiple alarms to be sounded and assistance from several area fire departments and leaving the house destroyed. "When we arrived there was heavy fire coming from the first floor and into the second floor on the left and rear of the house," Sherborn Fire Chief Neil McPherson said. "We didn't know upon arrival if anyone was home, but we were able to quickly ascertain that the owners weren't home when the fire broke out." The fire departments from Dover, Holliston, Ashland and Framingham helped the Sherborn Fire Department fight the blaze. McPherson said that they were "lucky because we typically don't have a pressurized hydrant, but we were able to …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A fire on Dover Road destroyed a 200-year-old home Monday morning.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Suzanne Donovan and her six-year-old daughter haven't been seen since before the fire, and no one has heard from them since the building they lived in burned down.
A fire raged through a building in Uxbridge two nights ago, leaving seven people displaced. More horrific, though, was the fact that two bodies were pulled from the remains of the fire. Those bodies, according to the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, are believed to be Suzanne Donovan and her six-year-old daughter Fini. Donovan had been the manager of the Sherborn Day Spa for the past six months. While positive identification has not been made yet, authorites have contacted members of Donovan's family, and none of them have heard from her. In addition, her car was still in the parking lot at the residence, located at 629 Hartford Ave.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
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Friday, June 10, 2011
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Thursday, May 26, 2011
A look at the fire that destroyed a camp building on the Dover-Westwood line Wednesday.
Dover fire officials were not immediately clear as to what sparked a one-alarm fire that destoyed a camp building on the Dover-Westwood line Wednesday afternoon. The building was on the grounds of the Jewish Community Center's Grossman Camp, and despite an initial investigation from the State Fire Marshal, officials said it might not be possible to determine what started the blaze. No one was inside the building when it caught aflame; the building is used for storage and camp activities.