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Himamaylan mayoral candidate Antonio Gatuslao yesterday said he is preparing to file a recall petition against his nephew, Mayor Agustin Ernesto Bascon, who defeated him in the May 13 polls. Bascon...
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Essex DA, schools, police promote safe prom, grad...
With prom and graduation season upon us, Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett has reached out to local police and school departments to remind parents and students about the laws concerning...
Read more at Marblehead Reporter
Sex-predator treatment costs $141,400 per year
At an average cost of more than $141,400 per year, Sexually Violent Persons—SVPs or sex “predators”—are among the most expensive patients your tax dollars pay to lock up, feed, keep healthy and...
Read more at The Janesville Gazette
Concord Teachers Association files unfair labor c...
The Concord Teachers Association (CTA) has filed an unfair labor practice charge against Concord Public Schools (CPS) after Thoreau School teacher and CTA President Merrie Najimy was notified last...
Read more at Concord Journal
Board of Registrars will not investigate Saab
SALISBURY — The Board of Registrars will not investigate the residency and voter eligibility issues swirling around local real estate agent and recent selectman’s candidate Thomas Saab, after he took...
Read more at The Daily News of Newburyport
Medway's Rte. 109 project to increase accessibili...
While suburban communities are typically behind metropolitan areas in accommodating bicyclists with their own lanes, improvement projects through the state aim to bring local roadways up to...
Read more at The Milford Daily News
Hanover voters to consider Woodland Village land ...
Development plans more than four years in the making may be altered Monday night at town meeting. Voters will decide whether to amend a section of the town’s zoning bylaws that dictates how 75 acres...
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Groton Hindu temple's size stirs concern with nei...
Mahender Singh of Westford, third from left, president of the New England Shirdai Sai Parivaar, with board members from left, Aruna Thummepalla of Woburn, Neelkanth Misra of Chelmsford, Ramakanth...
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Selectmen question validity of Boys & Girls Club ...
Earlier this month the School Committee agreed to lease the Hammond Elementary School building to the Wareham Boys & Girls Club, but Selectmen said not so fast. During their meeting Tuesday night,...
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Clarifying the story behind the medical zone prop...
As the director of planning for the city of Fall River, I have received several inquiries regarding the proposed medical districts that are identified in the zoning ordinance revision that is...
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Norwood Town Meeting to discuss "Common Cause" Pe...
The Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission changed the way campaign financing works, and this was illustrated by the rise of political action committees during the 2012 Presidential...
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Hingham voters OK $3.75M land purchase for sewer ...
Residents at town meeting Tuesday night voted to allocate $3.75 million to buy 18.6 acres of land for the construction of a sewage treatment plant meant to spur development in South Hingham. The...
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Sea turtles to nest on beach soon
The Gulf waters are warming, providing a solid indication that it is time for the annual mating and nesting ritual of sea turtles. Last year, loggerhead tracks were found on the Estero Island...
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Crowe: Creating affordable housing in Sudbury
Ever wonder why some quaint, smaller homes tucked into our older neighborhoods, which give Sudbury some of its unique character, are all too often "here today and literally gone tomorrow"? Why are...
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