Winter Hill Bank Continues its 109-Year Tradition of Community Involvement in Somerville

City officials, business and civic group leaders, local developers, and residents gathered recently at the grand opening celebration of Winter Hill Banks’ new Loan Center at 337 Broadway. Several attendees shared their thoughts on the important role of community banking with the Somerville News Weekly.

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MMA Update: Proposed By-Laws would BAN MOTORCYCLE RIDES within the Town of Yarmouth

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The Massachusetts Motorcycle Association (MMA) would like to remind riders that the upcoming meeting to discuss the Town of Yarmouth’s Citizen Petitions attempting to BAN MOTORCYCLE RIDES will be held March 17, 2015 at 7:00PM at the West Barnstable Community Center on Route 149.
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THE CITY OF EVERETT APPOINTS TWO NEW POLICE OFFICERS

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On Monday, February 23rd Mayor Carlo DeMaria, along with Chief Steven Mazzie, swore in two recruits to the Everett Police Department. John A. Fitzpatrick and Hayli Leal Hill were appointed to the rank of Patrolmen. Local officials, fellow Police Officers, family members and residents were in attendance to congratulate the officers.
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MAYOR WALSH RELEASES REVISED JOINDER AGREEMENT FOR BOSTON’S OLYMPIC BID

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BOSTON – February 24, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today a critical revision to the Joinder Agreement between the City of Boston and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) that removes any language that had the potential to discourage city employees from speaking openly regarding Boston’s bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic games. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH RELEASES REVISED JOINDER AGREEMENT FOR BOSTON’S OLYMPIC BID

CITY OF BOSTON PARTNERING WITH ASIAN AMERICAN CIVIC ASSOCIATION TO HOST FREE LEGAL CLINIC FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

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BOSTON— Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that the City of Boston will partner with the Asian American Civic Association to host a Free Legal Clinic for Small Businesses on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., at 87 Tyler Street in Boston.
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MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES “BOSTON BINGO” TO ENCOURAGE RESIDENTS AND VISITORS TO SHOP LOCALLY

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BOSTON – Monday, February 23, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced “Boston Bingo,” a game created by the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development to support local businesses following the historic amount of snow that Boston has received over the past thirty days. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES “BOSTON BINGO” TO ENCOURAGE RESIDENTS AND VISITORS TO SHOP LOCALLY

Music Made in America A Celebration of Music Inspired by and Created in America,

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presented by the Middlesex Concert Band, March 15, 2015

Wakefield, MA—From New Orleans jazz to Chicago blues, Hollywood hits to Broadway showstoppers, the rich cultural and natural landscapes of this country have inspired countless musicians and composers through the years. Continue reading Music Made in America A Celebration of Music Inspired by and Created in America,

Area Police Warn of Snow Removal and Tree Removal Scams Targeting Seniors Same Group of Men Believed to be Behind Both Types of Scams

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Bedford Police Chief Robert Bongiorno, Billerica Police Chief Daniel Rosa, and Concord Police Joseph F. O’Connor are teaming up to warn area residents about scams that have popped up with the recent snow storms, targeting unsuspecting seniors.
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