Cambridge Senators Vote to Pass Legislation on Veterans, Healthy Youth, Physical Education, & Social Media Privacy

  
BOSTON- Senators from the Cambridge delegation recently joined their colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate to pass legislation covering veterans, public education and social media privacy. These votes came during the last formal legislative session for the legislature until January.
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ULTRINO HOSTS SENIOR FORUM WITH LEGISLATORS

  

Event Brought Service Providers, Legislative Leaders, and Seniors Together
MALDEN – State Representative Steve Ultrino (D—Malden) hosted Malden seniors at a well-attended community forum at the Malden Senior Center on Monday, along with House Elder Affairs Committee Chairwoman Representative Denise Garlick (D—Needham) and Representative Paul Brodeur (D—Melrose). Continue reading ULTRINO HOSTS SENIOR FORUM WITH LEGISLATORS

MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES CELEBRATION OF LIGHTS, 12TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY SPECIAL 

  
BOSTON – Monday, November 23, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined the Office of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment, luminARTZ, ArtsBoston and the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau to announce new and returning holiday season initiatives for residents and visitors of Boston to enjoy.  Continue reading MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES CELEBRATION OF LIGHTS, 12TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY SPECIAL 

Cooperstown, N.Y. Joins P.A.A.R.I. to Create Gloucester-Style Addiction Initiative

  

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Police Chief Michael Covert announces that the Cooperstown Police Department will partner with the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) to implement new addiction recovery initiatives and work with P.A.A.R.I. to place those struggling with addiction into treatment, starting this week on Thanksgiving. Continue reading Cooperstown, N.Y. Joins P.A.A.R.I. to Create Gloucester-Style Addiction Initiative

Burlington Police Department to Increase Patrols at Shopping Areas During Holiday Season

  

BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent and the Burlington Police Department announce that they will be increasing police patrols at popular shopping areas during the holiday season in an effort to target and reduce incidents of retail theft and property crime at the Burlington Mall and areas surrounding the Mall, including the new Third Avenue shopping area.  Continue reading Burlington Police Department to Increase Patrols at Shopping Areas During Holiday Season

Dynamic Life Recovery Centers Partners with P.A.A.R.I. to Offer Recovery Services for Men 

  

NEWTON and VERO BEACH, Fla. — Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello and John Rosenthal, co-founders of The Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.), are pleased to announce that Dynamic Life Recovery Centers has partnered with P.A.A.R.I. to offer addiction recovery services for men. Continue reading Dynamic Life Recovery Centers Partners with P.A.A.R.I. to Offer Recovery Services for Men 

Melrose:New energy audit technology in action at Nov. 19 MEC workshop

  

 

Flemming Lund is not only going to explain how infrared diagnostic technology can detect difficult-to-find energy losses in a home or building – he’ll be giving a live demonstration at the Milano Center. This unique workshop, hosted by the Melrose Energy Commission, takes place on Thursday, Nov. 19, at 7:15 p.m. Continue reading Melrose:New energy audit technology in action at Nov. 19 MEC workshop

Saugus Police Formally Oppose Parole for Convicted Killer Christopher Berry

  
Age Should Not be Only Factor in Determining Dangerousness

Rehabilitation is “Next to Impossible” For Berry

SAUGUS — Saugus Police Chief Domenic J. Dimella and The Saugus Police Department would like to formally state their opposition to parole for convicted murderer Christopher Berry. Continue reading Saugus Police Formally Oppose Parole for Convicted Killer Christopher Berry

  
Gloucester Police Arrest Career Drug Dealer with More Than $1,000 Worth of Heroin In Her Possession 

GLOUCESTER — Chief Leonard Campanello reports that the Gloucester Police Department, arrested a career drug dealer earlier this week with over $1,000 worth of heroin concealed in her undergarments.  Continue reading

Naveo Credit Union Donates Bike Racks to the City of Somerville to benefit members and neighbors conducting business.

  
 
(Somerville, MA) Naveo Credit Union donated two hoop style bike racks to the City of Somerville to benefit members and neighbors conducting business in the area. The bike racks were installed on city property in front of the Naveo branch on Somerville Avenue and can accommodate up to four bikes. The racks provide much-desired bike parking in an area which is heavily biked.
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