Stoughton, Mass. Town Travel Business Vacation & Relocation Information
Within 25 miles of Boston, Stoughton is an easy ride to the Capital City by either train or highway. Named for William Stoughton, the first Chief Justice of Colonial Courts and the notorious Chief Justice of the Salem Witch Trials, the town is mostly residential. Stoughton, Massachusetts is home to Old Stoughton Musical Society, the oldest Choral Society in the United States, founded in 1786.
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Settled: 1713 Incorporated: 1726 County: Norfolk
Stoughton MA Population: 2008: 26,927 2000: 27,149 1990: 26,777