Norwood is a community as well as census-designated location in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Norwood becomes part of the Greater Boston location. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,602. The community was named after Norwood, England. Norwood is on the Neponset River, which runs completely to Boston Harbor from Foxborough.
A large cluster of vehicle dealerships on Course 1 is known as the Norwood “Automile”. The principle of having contending car dealerships collaborate to publicize the “Automile” as a car shopping mall was largely the work of Ernie Boch, well-known in the Boston area for his ads advising people to “Begin down!”
College Opportunity in Norwood MA. is the website of both semiconductor firm Analog Devices Inc and clinical software application service provider MEDITECH, Medical Information Technology, Inc., actually across the boundary in Westwood.
Norwood’s town square is controlled by its city center, the Norwood Memorial Court (City Center). It includes a 50-bell carillon tower housing the Walter F. Tilton Memorial Carillon, among nine carillons in Massachusetts and the seventh-largest in the United States. On the National Register of Historic Places.
Morrill Memorial Collection (1898– 99), Joseph Ladd Neal, architect.