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By William Tauro Chinese Progressive Political Action, Asian Republicans of Massachusetts, Asian Independents of Massachusetts, Chinatown New Citizens, Chinatown Small
Bostonnewsgroup.com Endorses Paul Allan for Selectman in Saugus! Bringing common sense, respectability, and high principles back to your town.
In recent weeks the Arlington Police have responded to a growing number of “Overnight” (11:00pm-6:00am) house breaks where homes have
It is that time of year again where many people both young and old put on their best costumes and
Group PassionFire Women is lighting a spark of inspiration in local entrepreneursFRAMINGHAM, MA – For those owning a business, climbing
By William Tauro Mayor Gary Christenson welcomed Snider & D’Amato Constables to their new location at 804 Main
By William Tauro Mayor Gary Christenson and Ward 6 Councillor Neil Kinnon recently attended the Grand Opening of “N-ti
Karen will receive a $50 gift certificate to the new “West 7 Bistro” a new and exciting restaurant who’s grand
By Willam Tauro Massachusetts State Police Sergeant David Wordell standing with a replica 1951 Ford State Police Cruiser on display
$22M renovation will create 40 units of housing Mayor Thomas Menino and Director of the Department of Neighborhood Development Sheila
Mayor Thomas M. Menino has announced the free and fun Fall Pumpkin Festival coming to the Boston Common Frog Pond
Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department are proud to announce the opening of new burial
The Burlington Board of Selectman and the Burlington Recreation Commission will be making an appointment to the Burlington Recreation Commission.
By William Tauro Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone announced on Wednesday that he will not run for governor of Massachusetts.
By William Tauro Somerville Mass, two time “All American City”, one of the
This past Friday afternoon, just before 5:30 p.m., Trooper Yuriy Bukhenik, assigned to the State Police Sturbridge Barracks stopped
Trooper Tim Weldon and Trooper Pete Morawiak assigned to the State Police Traffic Programs Section went to the Barre Elementary
Trooper Nearly Struck in O’Neil Tunnel (VIDEO) State Police urge motorists to slow down and use caution in construction
“The people of the Fifth Congressional District deserve nothing but the very best!
Posted by William Tauro Malden, MA: It was a big week for all those associated with the Malden High School
By William Tauro A 35 year old six year veteran of the Chelsea Police Department was injured along with two
While shopping at Market Basket the manager Announces over the intercom that “EBT cards are not accepted do to the
Absentee ballots are now available for all voters for the Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
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For Project First Light Compact Tribal-State Compact Moves Onto the State Senate The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s Project First Light destination
Michelle Wu is an attorney and community advocate. Most recently, she worked full-time on U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren’s campaign, where
A member of a Malden-based drug trafficking operation has pleaded guilty to charges in connection with trafficking marijuana in to
By William Tauro Dedication ceremony in Memory of the Michael J Callahan, Governor’s Councilor at Wrights Park at the Middlesex
Registration deadline Wednesday, October 16 The deadline to register to vote, update your address, or to change your political
By William Tauro Malden Mayor Gary Christenson recently engaged residents during his “outdoor office” hours at the Farmer’s Market.
MALDEN BUSINESS CENTER Mayor Christenson recently attended the Grand Opening of Malden Business Center at 2 Maplewood Street. The
Age 10 & Over/Non-Lynnfield Residents Welcome Lynnfield Town Hall 55 Summer Street, Lynnfield Monday, October 21, 2013 6:00
Quinn Middle School: Public Open House 201 Manning St., Hudson Wednesday, October 30, 2013 5:30 – 7:30 PM
The latest positive outcome of the collaborative efforts of the Somerville Council on Aging and Teen Empowerment is the Boston
Non-Profit Speaking Out Safely Launches New Web Site and Strategic Commitment Haverhill, MA — Speaking Out Safely® is a non-profit organization
On 10-10-13 at approximately 4:17 PM the Sudbury Public Safety Center received a call from a Thompson Drive resident regarding
The Town of Burlington will open a 2013 Archery Season for Deer in the Landlocked Forest. The archery season
LAWRENCE, MA: Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua is seeking to remove the mayoral term limit restriction within that city’s charter. Lawrence
The Massachusetts Motorcycle Association (MMA) is pleased to inform the riders of Massachusetts that House Bill 3046 (H.3046), An Act
Superintendent Burke received the Henry Dumas Memorial Award for being an ally of the GLBT community through his support of
Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt, Jr. is pleased to announce that a special concert to honor Peabody’s veterans will be held
By William Tauro Recently I was asked to write an article regarding the 30th anniversary of the bombing of
This morning, the Massachusetts State Police Dive Team recovered a car out of the Wachusett Reservoir. The reservoir is the