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Boston Globe
The Grommet isn’t surrendering to AmazonTalking Shop is an occasional column covering retail happenings in and around B
Boston Globe / Posted 2 hours ago
Talking Shop is an occasional column covering retail happenings in and around Boston. For nearly a decade, Somerville-based e-commerce site The Grommet has been an online platform for entrepreneurs to sell their products. FitBit, IdeaPaint,... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Lowell City Council candidates cite progress -- and patience -- with city's strategy on Hamilton Canal Innovation Districtas to the lack of progress in the district with our former master developer Tri
Lowell Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
as to the lack of progress in the district with our former master developer Trinity Financial. Since then we have secured a locally owned environmental company to relocate to the district. Most recently the council approved two additional parcels... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Fairs and Festivals in eastern Mass.be a baked goods table. Weekend of Oct. 21 and 22 BRICK OR TREAT — at Legolan
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 20 hours ago
be a baked goods table. Weekend of Oct. 21 and 22 BRICK OR TREAT — at Legoland Discovery Center Boston, 598 Assembly Row, Somerville, on Oct. 20. Held every weekend in October and on Oct. 31. Costume contest, Monster Mash Scavenger Hunt and more.... Read more
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Boston Globe
Could the Amazon bid finally connect the T’s Red and Blue lines?the day’s most important business news, delivered weekdays. “Boston has an ext
Boston Globe / Posted 22 hours ago
the day’s most important business news, delivered weekdays. “Boston has an extensive web of rail transit for regional and local access and a robust international airport. From global to regional connections, getting to and around Boston is easier... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sex assaults spark city's bid to 'end the silence'Coordinator Kelley Latta help drive an Albury Wodonga campaign against gender-b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
Coordinator Kelley Latta help drive an Albury Wodonga campaign against gender-based violence (ABC Goulburn Murray: Erin Somerville) When Judy Langridge was sexually assaulted while receiving a professional massage at a business in Albury last... Read more
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Boston Globe
See which New England communities have bid for Amazon’s HQto win Amazon over. “We are not going to get into a bidding war with another ci
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
to win Amazon over. “We are not going to get into a bidding war with another city over something like this.” ■ Neighboring Somerville is also pushing for a regional bid that would string Amazon buildings along the Orange Line from Assembly Row in... Read more
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chroniclelive
Gateshead gig, Newcastle Stars in Their Eyes night & more charity newsto the number of families who have been affected by this devastating condition.
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
to the number of families who have been affected by this devastating condition. With the help of family and friends, local man Jeff Morland - who first helped to establish the 8km walk in October 2010 - has now raised hundreds of thousands of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mark Higgs urges Cricket ACT to be cautious with ACT/NSW Country Comets programComets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
Comets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a new-look Comets program could have on the local scene. Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious. Photo: Jeffrey Chan Higgs says the Canberra competition "is... Read more
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The North West Star
Mark Higgs urges Cricket ACT to be cautious with CometsComets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
Comets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a new-look Comets program could have on the local scene. Higgs says the Canberra competition "is going to suffer heavily" if Cricket ACT doesn't play its cards right... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mark Higgs urges Cricket ACT to be cautious with ACT/NSW Country Comets programComets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Comets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a new-look Comets program could have on the local scene. Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious. Photo: Jeffrey Chan of Canberra Times. Photo: Jeffrey... Read more
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The Age
Mark Higgs urges Cricket ACT to be cautious with ACT/NSW Country Comets programComets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Comets coach Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious about the impact a new-look Comets program could have on the local scene. Mark Higgs has urged Cricket ACT to be cautious. Photo: Jeffrey Chan of Canberra Times. Photo: Jeffrey... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Fierce winds stir deadly California wildfires as teams search for victimsplanned to visit the area with California's two U.S. senators on Saturday. "We
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 days ago
planned to visit the area with California's two U.S. senators on Saturday. "We'll keep working day and night with our local and federal partners to fight these fires and help residents get back on their feet in these trying times," he said in... Read more
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Boston Globe
An accident at a farmers market costs $2,800 and causes months of aggravationhopes of raising some badly needed cash by selling fresh veggies and pasture-ra
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
hopes of raising some badly needed cash by selling fresh veggies and pasture-raised beef at a popular farmers market in Somerville. The severe drought of 2016 had devastated crops on Currie’s 88-acre farm in Raynham, raising doubts about the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Lifting veil of secrecy would outdo Berejiklian's ad campaigndefrauded. It would be interesting to learn how the 1869 companies that "pocke
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
defrauded. It would be interesting to learn how the 1869 companies that "pocketed more than five grants each" received any first home grant at all. How can a company have a home? Those who have "double dipped" on the "first" home buyer's grant... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Great Barrier, New Zealand: the world's greatest island for stargazingGreat Barrier Island. In August of this year, Great Barrier – a 30-minute flig
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Great Barrier Island. In August of this year, Great Barrier – a 30-minute flight north-east of Auckland – was the first island in the world to be designated a Dark Sky Sanctuary. It’s the third site in the world after the Cosmic Campground... Read more
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walesonline
Everything we know about plans to redevelop Newport's troubled Ringlandhopes to transform run down Ringland with a scheme that has seen more than two
walesonline / Posted 9 days ago
hopes to transform run down Ringland with a scheme that has seen more than two years of consultations with residents. The first phase of the scheme will see Cot Farm redeveloped with 56 new homes. The regeneration project will include the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Working to provide a good deathAustralians and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds mi
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Australians and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds miss out. When Wayne and Lizzie Russell were first referred to palliative care, the Somerville residents thought it meant drugs on Wayne's deathbed. But when the... Read more
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The Courier
Working to provide a good deathAustralians and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds mi
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
Australians and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds miss out. When Wayne and Lizzie Russell were first referred to palliative care, the Somerville residents thought it meant drugs on Wayne's deathbed. But when the... Read more
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Boston Globe
GlobeDocs film fest delves into urgent issuesultimately be seen as uplifting as they engage us with a world whose problems,
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
ultimately be seen as uplifting as they engage us with a world whose problems, if acknowledged, are within our control. The first step is seeing them. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 11 The extent of worldwide suffering leaves some people feeling that there is... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Church CalendarFirst United Methodist Church is hosting a Blood Drive on Sun., Oct. 8 from 8 a
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 18 days ago
First United Methodist Church is hosting a Blood Drive on Sun., Oct. 8 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Donors receive a team t-shirt from LifeSouth, and coupons for a free Whitt’s BBQ sandwich and a pound of Papa Murphy’s chocolate chip cookie dough. Each... Read more
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The Irish Times
In 1973, I invented a ‘girly drink’ called Baileysto an alcoholic drink? On December 3rd, 2007, Diageo announced the sale of the
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
to an alcoholic drink? On December 3rd, 2007, Diageo announced the sale of the billionth bottle of Baileys since it was first introduced in 1973. That’s a thousand million bottles. And they will have sold at least a further 250 million bottles... Read more
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KERA North Texas
'What The Fluff?' Celebrates A Century Of Peanut Butter's Marshmallow Friendfans celebrated the centennial in sticky style last Saturday, in the New Englan
KERA North Texas / Posted 20 days ago
fans celebrated the centennial in sticky style last Saturday, in the New England neighborhood where the confection was first concocted — Union Square in Somerville, Mass., just outside of Boston. If you happen to have led a Fluff-free... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
'What The Fluff?' Celebrates A Century Of Peanut Butter's Marshmallow Friendfans celebrated the centennial in sticky style last Saturday, in the New Englan
KPBS San Diego / Posted 20 days ago
fans celebrated the centennial in sticky style last Saturday, in the New England neighborhood where the confection was first concocted — Union Square in Somerville, Mass., just outside of Boston. If you happen to have led a Fluff-free... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Fairs and Festivals in eastern Mass.— Church of the Nativity, 45 Howard St., Northborough, on Sept. 30, 10 a.m.-3 p
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 21 days ago
— Church of the Nativity, 45 Howard St., Northborough, on Sept. 30, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Some highlights include cuisine from local vendors, live musical performances including the Assabet Valley Chamber Singers, book signing of “Comeback: Tom Brady’s... Read more
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Boston Globe
GOP plan puts Massachusetts and other blue states in crosshairs by eliminating local tax deductionsambitious tax overhaul that he outlined Wednesday. But the blueprint also would
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
ambitious tax overhaul that he outlined Wednesday. But the blueprint also would create losers: People who pay state and local levies in high-tax blue states, including Massachusetts. To offset the huge loss in revenue from his proposed tax... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Local bands perform at Milton's PorchFest– Front porches were transformed into makeshift stages and yards become venues
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 26 days ago
– Front porches were transformed into makeshift stages and yards become venues Saturday afternoon at Milton’s first PorchFest. Taking advantage of the summer-like weather following Hurricane Jose, local bands flocked to the porches of... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Art on the move in Lowell in second kinetic sculpture racethey couldn't clear a mud pit. The race began on Market Street near the interse
Lowell Sun / Posted 27 days ago
they couldn't clear a mud pit. The race began on Market Street near the intersection of Palmer and the giant crowd that had first formed at the starting line, quickly dissipated as some people chose to follow the race and others wanted to cut... Read more
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New Kerala
Grubhub Data Reveals Savvy Online Ordering Trends Across America - newkerala news #274362days in advance, 140 percent more than the rest of the country, planning their
New Kerala / Posted 27 days ago
days in advance, 140 percent more than the rest of the country, planning their meals ahead of time. •Albany, N.Y., placing first in the "City Skippers" category. People in Albany use Grubhub's Pickup feature 101 percent more than the rest of the... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Ticket: What’s happening in the arts worldsupport of its ninth album, the sparkling salute to suburbia, “Home Counties.”
Boston Globe / Posted 29 days ago
support of its ninth album, the sparkling salute to suburbia, “Home Counties.” Sept. 24, 8 p.m. $25 and up. Once Ballroom, Somerville. 617-285-0167, www.oncesomerville.com MARISSA NADLER The Jamaica Plain-dwelling composer and artist, whose... Read more
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Reuters
Software startup Zenefits changes course under new CEOwhich sell benefits to companies. It will get a slice of revenue from the deal
Reuters / Posted 29 days ago
which sell benefits to companies. It will get a slice of revenue from the deals those brokerage firms make. Its first customer is Atlanta-based broker OneDigital, said Jay Fulcher, chief executive of Zenefits. Fulcher, who in February... Read more
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Juneau Empire
On seniors, ‘political spin’ designed to distort factsfacts or truth and confuse the voting public. Mixing a few facts with a lot of
Juneau Empire / Posted 29 days ago
facts or truth and confuse the voting public. Mixing a few facts with a lot of political hype can almost appear rational. First, Dean is a wealthy retired attorney, former high official in the attorney general’s office, who seems to think all or... Read more
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Daily Record
Holy Cross High receive second Gold School Sport Award from sportscotlandflourish, and is one of six cluster schools in South Lanarkshire which are supp
Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
flourish, and is one of six cluster schools in South Lanarkshire which are supported by Active Schools co-ordinator Laura Somerville. Laura not only works tirelessly to ensure pupils get the most out of sport at the school, but she looks out for... Read more
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FOX Business
Town that said yes to recreational pot says no to pot shopsof recreational pot in Massachusetts last year. The Tuesday referendum was bei
FOX Business / Posted 30 days ago
of recreational pot in Massachusetts last year. The Tuesday referendum was being watched closely as it was the first to be held in the state since the Legislature adopted a new set of rules for cities and towns to follow if they are... Read more
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FOX Business
Town that said yes to recreational pot says no to pot shopspot in Massachusetts last year. Continue Reading Below The Tuesday referendum
FOX Business / Posted 30 days ago
pot in Massachusetts last year. Continue Reading Below The Tuesday referendum was being watched closely as it was the first to be held in the state since the Legislature adopted a new set of rules for cities and towns to follow if they are... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Bowlers proud to have Carole in their midstsecure the trophy which has not been held by a lady since 1999. Third place we
Chichester Observer / Posted 30 days ago
secure the trophy which has not been held by a lady since 1999. Third place went to Norfolk ladies, second to Rogate – and first place to one of the Witterings teams. Carole has been a member of the Witterings & District Bowls Club for 26 years.... Read more
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Boston Globe
The most exciting new restaurants coming soon to the Boston areaDouble delis. Cat cafes. Inspirations from Mexico and Maine. Swank steakhouses,
Boston Globe / Posted a month ago
Double delis. Cat cafes. Inspirations from Mexico and Maine. Swank steakhouses, cigar bars, smoked-meat sequels. The local dining landscape continues to flourish, with new restaurants arriving apace this fall and winter. In the last few weeks alone,... Read more
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FOX Business
Massachusetts town debates keeping legal pot businesses outprohibit retail stores from operating, but any licensed business associated wit
FOX Business / Posted 1 months ago
prohibit retail stores from operating, but any licensed business associated with recreational pot. The referendum is the first since the Legislature revised the voter-approved law and created a two-tiered system that requires communities where a... Read more
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FOX Business
Massachusetts town debates keeping legal pot businesses outprohibit retail stores from operating, but any licensed business associated wit
FOX Business / Posted 1 months ago
prohibit retail stores from operating, but any licensed business associated with recreational pot. The referendum is the first since the Legislature revised the voter-approved law and created a two-tiered system that requires communities where a... Read more
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Boston Globe
Sept. 18, 2017State House bureau buddy Jim O’Sullivan, ever-inimitable and always a fount of
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
State House bureau buddy Jim O’Sullivan, ever-inimitable and always a fount of wisdom, history, and the latest on local pols’ machinations; and Michael Levenson, whose joie de vivre comes through his lyrical writing, and whose vocal... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Run Norwich 10k was initially ‘wishful thinking’ for Ditchingham woman who raised money for cancer charity Jo Somerville, who raised money for Big C in Run Norwich. Photo: Big C More
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 1 months ago
Jo Somerville, who raised money for Big C in Run Norwich. Photo: Big C More than £50,000 has been raised by those who took part in a Norwich... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Run Norwich 10k was initially ‘wishful thinking’ for Ditchingham woman who raised money for cancer charity Jo Somerville, who raised money for Big C in Run Norwich. Photo: Big C More
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
Jo Somerville, who raised money for Big C in Run Norwich. Photo: Big C More than £50,000 has been raised by those who took part in a Norwich... Read more

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