Buildings nominated to National Register of Historic Places
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — An 18th-century farmhouse that houses the Oakham Historical Museum and a downtown Worcester landmark converted to upscale apartments are nominees to the National Register of Historic Places.
William F. Galvin, secretary of the state, announced Thursday that the Fobes-O'Donnell House at 1221 Old Turnpike Road in Oakham and the Osgood Bradley Building at 18 Grafton St. in Worcester have been nominated for National Register status.
Immigrants landing in Massachusetts at nearly twice the national rate helped boost the state’s population to 6.8 million, with Suffolk and Middlesex counties leading the way, new estimates show.
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