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Popular Framingham Diner to Reopen in Different Location After Devastating Fire

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    A popular Massachusetts diner destroyed by a fire earlier this year will soon reopen in a different location in Framingham.

    According to their website and social media pages, J&M Diner will reopen on Monday, Nov. 27, at 50 Worcester Rd.

    The diner was one of 11 businesses destroyed by a 3-alarm fire March 11 at the Old Path Village Plaza on Concord Street.

    The diner, which opened in 1998 by the Brossi family, was the business that suffered the most damage. Although devastated, the family vowed to rebuild thanks to the devotion of their customers.

    "Our little diner that could, along with other businesses, burned down. It was completely destroyed beyond repair, including all our personal family photos. This space, that we had for 20 years was our second home and our families livelihood. We were devastated, as you could imagine. Within hours, we felt the support from family, friends and our devoted customers," read a statement from the J&M diner website.

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