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Yesterday | Erie Times News
Richard Leon, the judge who declared that the National Security Agency's bulk collection of millions of Americans' telephone records is likely unconstitutional, has a long record of taking on executive branch actions.
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
Are You as Liberal as President Obama?
Tuesday | Patch.com
When you've been a part of a community for as long as Katherine Furst has, saying goodbye is not easy.
Burger lovers in Natick and surrounding areas are rejoicing today now that one of the nation's top hamburger franchises has opened in town.
The ground may be covered in snow and ice after this past weekend's storm, but Natick golfers have reason to celebrate.
A call to the Natick Police Department late Sunday afternoon from the Natick Mall regarding a verbal domestic issue resulted in the arrest of a Springfield resident.
More than 80 NHS students participated in the event. According to code.org "9 out of 10 schools do not offer computer programming."
Baldwin Hill Art & Framing is an independent custom picture framing shop located in downtown Natick.
During public speak there will not be an opportunity for debate of issues raised.
Want to win Boston Celtics tickets, a cake or a pie? Frozen Yogurt Innovations, a Wayland business, is holding a raffle for Jeff's Place, a Natick-based bereavement Center that assist people who have lost loved ones.
A call to the Natick Police Department on Dec. 11 regarding a domestic dispute resulted in the arrest of a local resident and a Wayland man.
From horror to drama to comedy, the annual production of the CSC Players will be held at 7 p.m. in Wheeler Hall at the Ware Student Center.
Help welcome back the Broadmoor Chamber Singers for another enjoyable afternoon of spirited seasonal choral music on Dec. 14 at 3 p.m. at Morse Institute Library.
Members of the Common Street Community Church are trying to gauge interest whether the town should have a youth center.
Ham. It's the traditional centerpiece of many-a-Christmas dinners. And without a good ham, the entire meal could suffer.