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Within this private cul-de-sac, 1 Woods End exists as a special contemporary Colonial in a neighborhood not far from walking and biking trails, Horsford Pond, High Rock and the new Bay Colony Rail Trail. Maureen McCann of Louise Condon Realty has ...

Plans in place for Rail Trail in 2014
12/17/2013 - 4:29pm

Though there have been some setbacks in the progress of the Bay Colony Rail Trail over the past 12 months, a lot is on the table in 2014.

Two CPA articles up for vote
10/11/2013 - 8:24am

Two articles up for vote at the Nov. 4 Special Town Meeting ask the town to use Community Preservation Act funds to fund a rail trail and to fix a boardwalk and a bridge in Ridge Hill.

Needham officials want residents' opinions on two nature projects totaling $228k
09/26/2013 - 5:22pm

Needham officials will hold a public hearing to hear what residents think about two outdoor recreation projects that is slated to cost the town about $228,000. Needham officials will hold a public hearing to hear what residents think about two outdoor recreation projects that are slated to cost the town a total of about $228,000. The hearing, slated for Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall, will ...

Bay Colony Rail Trail heads to Needham Town Meeting
09/18/2013 - 8:03am

Supporters of a rail trail running from Needham Junction to Dover hope that, pending Nov. 4 Special Town Meeting approval of a key article, they can begin building the greenway next year.

Needham rail trail supporters to present project info next week
09/09/2013 - 5:07pm

Needham selectmen will hold a public hearing next week to present plans for converting a 7-mile stretch of abandoned MBTA-owned rail trail that runs through Needham, Dover and Medfield into a multi-use passive recreation greenway.

Needham Letter: Thanks for supporting proposed Rail Trail
05/24/2013 - 1:14pm

We'd like to thank the residents and town officials for their continued support of the proposed Bay Colony Rail Trail, running from near Needham Junction to the Charles River. Over the last several months, steady progress has been made to build this wonderful resource for Needham.

Rail Trail lease delayed
05/15/2013 - 4:48pm

The Needham Board of Selectmen has delayed a proposal for a greenway built on an unused railway corridor. At the May 6 Annual Town Meeting, selectmen included a memo describing the reasons why they decided to withdraw an article to sign a lease for a rail trail running from Needham Junction to Dover. The trail could serve as a potential path for bikes and pedestrians and could run through Dover ...

Committee eyes 2014 Town Meeting as next step for Bay Colony Rail Trail
05/10/2013 - 9:19am

For cyclists in Medfield, there will most likely be at least another two years before a dedicated bike path begins construction. Christian Donner, a resident of Medfield member of the Bay Colony Rail Trail Study Committee, said that the next major milestone in the Bay Colony Rail Trail would likely be the Medfield Town Meeting of 2014, in which the town will be asked to vote on continuation of ...

Needham bike advocates: More work needed
05/09/2013 - 2:49pm

The lack of street signs and bike lanes in the area presents a dangerous situation for bike riders, said biker Gary Levine.

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