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The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is currently working with other city agencies to develop an integrated plan for open space protection and development.
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ARLINGTON — Police Chief Frederick Ryan issues the following statement in response to the successful federal indictment of two alleged human traffickers, whose cases were handled by Arlington Police Detectives:
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Creating a vision for urban agriculture in Boston

BOSTON—Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the City of Boston’s Office of Food Initiatives announced today the receipt of a $25,000 planning grant from the United States Department of View full article »




With more than 23 companies from the Kendall Square area signed up and the addition of our Brew Ha-Ha After Party, catered by some delicious local
favorites, this year promises to be the best yet!
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Mayor Gary Christenson welcomed Class of 2014 Malden High School graduates Private First Class Marines Philip West and Andolph Joseph. The young men enlisted in the Marine Corps upon graduation and were in Malden View full article »

Electronics waste disposal and paper shredding also available to the public

BOSTON — On Saturday, October 25, the City of Boston Public Works Department will recycle and safely View full article »

As part of Zonta International’s call for action campaign, known as Zonta says NO – a program to end violence against women and girls, the Zonta Club of Malden collaborated with Malden Teen View full article »


WINCHESTER — Police Chief Kenneth C. Albertelli announces that the Winchester Police Department last evening took custody of an adult Bullmastiff dog that allegedly attacked and killed another resident’s puppy earlier this week.
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Authorities say alleged vandalism, other incidents escalated quickly

WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan announced today that a Chelmsford man has been indicted on more than 30 charges in connection with a series of alleged actions that concluded with him trying to hire someone to injure his wife.
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Mayor Michael J. McGlynn was pleased to accept a $299,350.00 in grant funding from the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Parkland Acquisitions and Renovations for Communities (PARC) Grant Program which will be used towards the construction of the Krystle Campbell Peace Garden.
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Douglas Dukette Sentenced to Life in Prison in 2000 for Murder of Richard Comeau
STONEHAM — Police Chief James McIntyre is pleased to report that a convicted murderer was denied parole recently after only serving 15 years of a life sentence for killing a friend in 1999.
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NORTH READING — Police Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that the North Reading Police Department today arrested the president of the North Reading Athletic Boosters club and charged him with larceny after an investigation revealed he allegedly stole more than $10,000 from the organization meant to help North Reading Public School sports teams.
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Last weekend, Mayor Gary Christenson joined elected and school officials to celebrate the Malden High School Alumni Association’s Homecoming and MHS Mascot Nedlam’s 55th birthday! Nedlam, the lovable lion, is “Malden” spelled backwards and has been View full article »


The City of Somerville, through the Purchasing Department invites sealed bids for:
Custodial Supplies
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Tickets for event $20. And raffle tickets are $10. Somerville Council on Aging has them available on sale


WINCHESTER — Police Chief Kenneth C. Albertelli issues the following statement:

“Today, police officers in Belmont, N.C. arrested Matthew McAveeney on a murder warrant, for allegedly killing his mother, Barbara McAveeney. A View full article »

Newton Police Advisory


Cambridge, MA — The City’s contractor, MIG Corporation, will close the eastbound portion of the Cambridge Street Tunnel (Harvard Square towards Cambridge Fire View full article »

Program saves money and is greening municipal operations

BOSTON — Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that the Public Works Department (PWD) has retrofitted 38,838 of its 64,000 streetlights to View full article »

Mayor DeMaria and Chamber of Commerce promote retail visioning sign and awning program
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Last week Mayor Carlo DeMaria had the pleasure of joining the supporters of the Boston bid for the 2024 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. The event took place at the Boston 2024 Partnership’s office in the Seaport district.
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Cambridge, MA –The Cambridge Community Learning Center and Cambridge Health Alliance, through a partnership with Spaulding Hospital in Cambridge, were among 20 Massachusetts businesses and labor- View full article »

​Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined Boston Parks Commissioner Chris Cook, Boston Veterans Services Commissioner Francisco Urena, and representatives of The Coca-Cola View full article »



WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Winchester Police Chief Kenneth Albertelli announced today that a murder charge has been filed in connection with the death of Barbara McAveeney, 70, of Winchester.
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Cambridge, MA – After receiving 30 submissions, the City of Cambridge is pleased to announce that four finalists will be advancing to Stage III of Connect Kendall Square Open Space Planning and Design Competition to inspire new and innovative thinking with respect to the public realm.
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WAKEFIELD — Police Chief Rick Smith and Action Ambulance CEO Michael Woronka announce that their agencies are teaming up to offer first responders a valuable Contagious Disease Protocol class.
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ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance Service Inc. announces that the company recently received two major awards for its work in emergency medical services.
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Projects will create 195 housing units, a boutique downtown hotel, and light manufacturing space for small businesses
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Mayor Martin J. Walsh today officially reopened Boston Centers for Youth and Families’ (BCYF) Draper Pool in West Roxbury. The $3.5 million dollar renovation took just over a year to complete and was celebrated by people of all ages on a beautiful fall day.
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When we think of a heart attack, one commonly conjures the usual television depiction of a man clutching his heart and dramatically falling to the floor. Of View full article »





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Each Fall the “BIG SWEEP” is conducted in November from 8:00AM to 6:00PM on all the streets of Medford. Please find your street in the list of zones to determine the sweeping date of your street.

*Weather permitting – if severe weather conditions exist your street will be rescheduled at the end of the regular “BIG SWEEP” schedule. Check date revision on website if this occurs

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Acoustic Newton, Newton’s newest Neighborhood Coffeehouse opens the door for Newton Open Mic Night at the auditorium at the Newton Cultural Center at City Hall 6:00pm .Use west (tall step)entrance to City Hall.
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Mayor Gary Christenson along with State and Federal officials recently welcomed a delegation of 13 highly motivated business entrepreneurs from the China Entrepreneur Club (CEC) in China to the City of Malden. In View full article »

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Local elected and City officials along with many Malden residents joined Fire Chief Jack Colangeli and members of the Malden Fire Department at the dedication of Lieutenant James “Skip” View full article »

Federal government selects three cities that have shown great success in creating teacher leadership

BOSTON – The U.S. Department of Education has selected Boston as one of three cities nationwide to host its first-ever “Teach to Lead” summit series. The first sessions will take place this winter.
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Cambridge, MA — City Manager Richard C. Rossi is seeking individuals to fill vacancies on the Cambridge GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender) Commission. Prospective Commissioners must either reside or work in Cambridge.
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Wednesday, November 5
​​6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

​William J. Devine Golf Course Clubhouse
1 Circuit Drive, Dorchester, MA

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services invite the public to a meeting to discuss upcoming improvements to the American Legion Playground located in Franklin Park. This renovation was one of seven projects funded by the nation’s first youth participatory budgeting process, Youth Lead the Change. Young people between the ages of 12-15 brainstormed and developed projects across the city, and held a city-wide youth vote to allocate capital funds. For further information, please call (617) 961-3019.

Cambridge, MA — City Manager Richard C. Rossi is seeking persons interested in serving on the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities (CCPD) Advisory Board. Made up of 11 Members who serve three-year terms in a volunteer View full article »

Boston—Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the expansion of mobile food truck vending on City Hall Plaza to include a winter program for the current season and year-round program moving forward. The new schedule is a first for Mayor Walsh’s Mobile Food Truck program, and an expansion of operations, which previously spanned April through October.
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Committee Meeting Notice of the Malden City Council scheduled for Tuesday, October 21st.

There will be a Full Council meeting at 7:00 P.M

Representative James Miceli will be holding office hours for the Town of Wilmington, Monday, October 27th from 9:30-11:00am at the Wilmington Senior Center and also from 6:30-8:00pm at the Wilmington Town Hall.
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BOSTON — On Saturday, Lib Tech will turn Boston’s City Hall Plaza into their latest destination for The Downtown Throwdown urban snowboarding competition. The event has been hosted in other cities such as Seattle, San Francisco, and Minneapolis. The event is free and open to the public, and will be live webcast at
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WINCHESTER — Police Chief Kenneth Albertelli releases these photos of MATTHEW McAVEENEY, AGE 46, OF WINCHESTER, who is wanted for armed assault with intent to murder Barbara McAveeney, his mother, View full article »


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