Globe West's reporters and correspondents have dished up a buffet of savory stories from around the region today, including:
Staff writer Stephanie Siek's story about Watertown native and 19-year-old Princeton University sophomore Wesley Morgan, who has developed a special close relationship with Army General David H. Petraeus, the commander of American forces in Iraq;
Correspondent Calvin Hennick's report about how Wrentham officials -- eyeing major construction projects going up along Route 1 in neighboring Foxborough and Plainville -- are considering zoning changes to encourage businesses to build on the town's own less-developed stretch of the highway;
Correspondent Tanya Pérez-Brennan's story about how Framingham residents, frustrated by what they believe is an overabundance of social service agencies in town, have been granted the public hearing they had demanded from town officials, and;
Correspondent Alexandra Perloe's story about how Medway officials are proposing to tackle the problem the town is having with its water, which is so heavy with iron that it stains clothing brown.
For a complete listing of all of today's Globe West stories, visit the section online.
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