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Week in Review: Thanksgiving Football, Town Hall Project on Hold, Cyclist Struck and More

A recap of this week's headlines from Nov. 17-23.

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:

Foxborough Knocks Off Mansfield for First Thanksgiving Win Since 2006

It was a memorable Thanksgiving Day in Mansfield for the Foxborough High School football team as it snapped a five-game losing streak against its longtime rival.

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PHOTOS: Thanksgiving Day Leftovers from Foxborough's Win Over Mansfield

Here's a photo gallery look of Thursday's 82nd Thanksgiving Day rivalry game between Foxborough and Mansfield. The Warriors beat the Hornets, 27-21 at Alumni Field.

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Town Hall Project Put on Hold for Special Town Meeting; Post Office Site to be Considered

Town officials have decided to spend more time analyzing Foxborough’s Town Hall project and will recommend no action at the Dec. 11 Special Town Meeting, according to Town Manager Kevin Paicos.

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UPDATE: Bicyclist Struck on Granite Street Sunday Remains in Hospital

The man struck by a vehicle at the intersection of Granite and Market streets is a Foxborough resident. The extent of his injuries remain unknown at this time but required Medflight Sunday, according to Foxborough Police.

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CBS Scene Hit with 3-Day Penalty for Serving Alcohol to Minor

Foxborough’s Board of Selectmen has ordered CBS Scene at Patriot Place to stop serving alcohol at 10:30 p.m. for three days in December after the establishment violated its liquor license by serving alcohol to a minor on Sept. 27.

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VIDEO: A Photo Slideshow of Operation Sandy from Mass' Mission to NY/NJ

Foxborough resident Kris Long shared a photo slideshow of her trip to New York and New Jersey as she and other volunteers delivered donations and supplies collected in Foxborough to Hurricane Sandy victims in New York and New Jersey.

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PHOTOS: Lace Up the Skates for Some Winter Fun at Patriot Place

If you are one of many who enjoy winter activities then look no further than your own backyard for some good old fashion local fun with Winter Skate at Patriot Place presented by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.

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What Does Blue & Gold Say About Foxborough?

Patch consulted a color theorist to find out what the town's colors say about Foxborough.

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PHOTOS: Robert Kraft Greets Patriot Place Patrons at Monday's 'Holiday Lights Spectacular'

Patriot Place kicked off the holiday season Monday with the annual lighting of the Giving Tree and the first ever musical lights show on the complex's new NRG Solar Canopy.

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PHOTOS: Belichick Earns 200th Win in Patriots' Thanksgiving Rout of Jets

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick earned his 200th career win as the Pats knocked off the rival New York Jets, 49-19 on Thanksgiving night.

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PHOTOS: Foxborough High School Drama Club Wows in Performance of 'Arsenic and Old Lace'

Forty-three Foxborough High School students impressed over the weekend with a fantastic performance of Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace."

The talented cast of 14 FHS Drama Club students brought Kesselring's play to life in 1941 Brooklyn.

The three-act play took place inside the Brewster home where two "charming and innocent ladies populate their cellar with the remains of socially acceptable roomers."

Rebecca Regan (Abby Brewster) and Sydney Raymond (Martha Brewster) shined in their roles as the Brewster sisters, perfectly portraying the simple and innocent nature of the women who in a word were killers.

Stealing the show were the talented Shane Walsh (Mortimer Brewster) and Colleen Schofield (Dr. Einstein). These FHS students best embodied their characters and sparked laughter throughout the auditorium with their well-delivered dialogues.

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LETTER: Help Send Foxboro Midget Pop Warner Cheerleaders to Disney World

The Foxboro Midget Pop Warner Cheerleaders write in to ask for support as they raise money to compete at Disney World in Orlando, Fla. this December.

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Gillette Stadium Announces Details to MIAA Super Bowl Schedule

Super Saturday returns to Foxborough on Dec. 1 when Gillette Stadium hosts six of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Super Bowls for 12 high school football communities.

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What Small Business in Foxborough Can You Not Live Without?

In light of Small Business Saturday, Foxborough Patch asked our Facebook readers what small business in town could they not live without.

We can't really say we were surprised with all the replies we received, with Foxborough being a strong community that tries to supports its own businesses.

Here's a look at what your neighbors said. If you don't see your favorite, feel free to leave us a comment and add it to the list!

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What Business Would You Open in Foxborough?

Your imagination is the only limit, what would you open in Foxborough? Popular choices among Patch readers are a Starbucks, a bakery and a grocery store.

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