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Week in Review: Election Day Results, Bad Accident on Spruce St, Suspended Liquor License and More

A recap of this week's headlines from Nov. 5-9.

Miss anything in Foxborough this week? Here's your chance to sit back and catch up on some Patch. Below is a recap of this week’s biggest headlines on Foxborough Patch:

UPDATED: Man Seriously Hurt in Monday's Crash on Spruce Street is Foxborough Resident

Foxborough resident John Newman of Spruce Street is the 45-year-old male operator that was Medflighted to Boston Monday after his Volvo struck a tree, according to police logs.

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Bar Louie’s Liquor License Suspended 5 Days for Serving to Minor

Bar Louie at Patriot Place will not be allowed to sell alcohol from Nov. 25-29 while it serves a suspension imposed by Foxborough’s Board of Selectmen for serving alcohol to a minor on Sept. 27.

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ELECTION RESULTS: Foxborough Favored Republicans at Polls Tuesday

Democrats won big in Tuesday's election both in Massachusetts and across the country, but the party did not fare so well in Foxborough.

The town saw 86 percent (9,776) of its 11,403 registered voters at the polls Tuesday and the majority voted Republican in 3 of the ballot's 5 races, including the state's two biggest races.

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Foxborough Election Results 2012

Here's a full recap of our Election Day 2012 coverage in Foxborough.

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PHOTOS: Scenes from Election Day 2012 in Foxborough

Here's a snapshot view from the polls in Foxborough on Election Day 2012.

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Kenny Chesney Announces Return to Gillette Stadium in August for Country Fest

Country superstar Kenny Chesney will be bringing his "No Shoes Nation" Tour to Gillette Stadium in August for his eighth Country Fest performance. Tickets will be going on sale in December.

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Police Logs: Woman Arrested After Attempting to Cash Counterfeit Check in Foxborough

Brockton woman was arrested on four charges at Foxboro Federal Savings Monday.

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Patch Q&A: Cancer Survivor Loving Life as Small Business Owner in Foxborough

Patch recently caught up with Wrentham resident June Brady-Wooding, the owner/founder of Fanautical at Patriot Place to learn more about her fun-loving/unique clothing store and hear how she overcame a rare form of bone cancer five years ago to get where she is today.

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Foxborough Police Logs: Fall River Man Arrested at Victoria's Secret at Patriot Place

Man was arrested on default warrant and operating motor vehicle with suspended license charges, according to police logs.

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Norfolk County Launches 'BE A HERO' Campaign Against Drunk Driving

Police chiefs and businesses across the area joined Norfolk County District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey at Patriot Place last week to launch the HERO campaign against drunk driving.

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Gillette Stadium to Leave Empty Seat for POW/MIA

Since World War I, more than 92,000 American soldiers remain unaccounted for and the New England Patriots and New England Revolution will pay tribute to those POW/MIA soldiers with a special ceremony and dedication Friday.

Friday's ceremony at Gillette Stadium will mark the first time in the history of professional sports a team will leave a seat permanently unoccupied in recognition of the many soldiers who are POW/MIA.

A black seat above the stadium’s south end zone will remain permanently empty and marked by a plaque recognizing the sacrifice of the POW/MIA.

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Pakistani Officials Visit Foxborough to Observe American Culture

Three Pakistani civil servants spent two weeks in Foxborough as part of a federal program to learn more about the social fabric of America and local government.

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