Regional Roundup: New Sandwich Shop Opens, All-State Football Team and More
A look at the top headlines around the area for the week of Dec. 30, 2012.
Capriotti’s will bring its signature sub, the Bobbie®, voted “Greatest Sandwich in America” by thousands of AOL readers, to New England residents. Founded in Wilmington, Del. in 1976, Capriotti’s remains loyal to their promise of providing guests with the highest quality ingredients in all of their delicious, made-to-order sandwiches.
Patriot Place General Manager Brian Earley echoed Morris' excitement for the opening of Capriotti's.
"We could not be happier to have successful national brands like Capriotti’s looking at Patriot Place as their entre into the [New England] market," Earley said. "We have a number of similar launches with tenants new to the market and all have done very well. Also, this particular use, fresh made sandwiches, will be a great addition to our quick serve restaurant lineup."
Capriotti’s is located at 282 Patriot Place.
For a supposedly quiet town like Wrentham, the area had plenty of big events in 2012 from the KP Marching Band winning a national championship to a controversy surrounding hanging American flags. As the year comes to an end, Patch takes a look at 10 of the biggest stories of the year from around Wrentham.
Walpole's Cam Hanley was named to the 2012 All-State football team as a linebacker by a committee of coaches from the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association.
They will be recognized at a banquet, co-sponsored by the MHSFCA and the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston, March 3, at Lantana's Restaurant in Randolph, starting at 4 p.m.
The preliminary Norwood Public Schools budget for the next fiscal year, as posted on the district's website, shows an overall increase of 5.76 percent from the previous year - or $2,042,896.
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