GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer 

  
 

GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS FRIDAY, January 29, the 29th day of 2016 with 337 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 7:02 and sunset is @ 4:52. The moon is waning. The morning stars are stars are Mars, Saturn & Venus. The evening stars are Jupiter & Saturn.

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What Could A 19th-Century Feminist Teach Us Today About Free Love & Humanity?

  

Some Of Us Haven’t Progressed Much, ‘Guy Feminist’ Says

Former president Jimmy Carter, a longtime Baptist deacon and Bible teacher, recently spotlighted women’s issues when he said: “Women and girls have been discriminated against for too long in a twisted interpretation of the word of God.” Continue reading What Could A 19th-Century Feminist Teach Us Today About Free Love & Humanity?

Ankit Shukla Signs Publishing Deal With CelebrityPress To Co-Author New Book : Celebrity Branding Agency

  

Today is the big day! Just for buying my new book today, I’ll give you HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS worth of bonuses! “Beat the Curve!’ is a huge forum to unveil the most recent strategies and secrets for achieving success in your business and life.
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Burlington Fire Department Improving Cardiac Arrest Outcomes with Cardio-Cerebral Resuscitation

  

BURLINGTON — Chief Steven Yetman announces that the Burlington Fire Department has adopted a new cardiac arrest treatment protocol to increase the survival rate for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients and improve their neurological outcomes. Continue reading Burlington Fire Department Improving Cardiac Arrest Outcomes with Cardio-Cerebral Resuscitation

Arlington Police Subdue Distraught, Knife-Wielding Woman

  

Officers Prevent Potential “Suicide by Cop” Situation with Restraint
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan is today praising the efforts of Arlington Police Officers, who used a great deal of restraint and care to prevent a potential “suicide by cop” situation, when an armed woman approached them while officers were conducting a well-being check,
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Middlesex District Attorney’s Office Arraigns Two Individuals in Connection with Suspected Ongoing Multimillion Dollar Drug Conspiracy 

   
WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Tewksbury Chief of Police Timothy Sheehan announced today that Hilda Gandia, 42, of Lawrence and Agustin Antonio Tejeda Ruis, 45, of Tewksbury have been arraigned today after being arrested in Tewksbury allegedly in possession of 30 kilograms of a substance, which tested positive as fentanyl in preliminary field testing.
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Volunteers Sought for Envision Cambridge Advisory Committee and Working Groups Help Shape the Citywide Plan!

  
Cambridge, MA, January 8, 2016 – City Manager Richard C. Rossi is seeking volunteers to serve on the newly formed Envision Cambridge Advisory Committee, the Envision Alewife Working Group, and the Engagement and Communications Working Group. Continue reading Volunteers Sought for Envision Cambridge Advisory Committee and Working Groups Help Shape the Citywide Plan!

Identity of Everett Shooting Victim Confirmed

  

 

WOBURN – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie have confirmed the victim of a January 3, 2016 shooting in Everett has died. The victim, found in the early morning hours under the Tileson Street overpass, has been identified as Omar Wilfredo Reyes, age 19, of Everett. The investigation remains active and on-going.