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Get to Know the Warrant Articles: Coolidge Corner Theatre Expansion
The Coolidge Corner Theatre is looking to expand. Here are the three articles for Town Meeting addressing this expansion: ARTICLE 19 Submitted by: Michael Maynard, Coolidge Corner Theater Foundation Board of Trustees To see if the Town will vote to extinguish, abandon or otherwise release a portion of an easement granted by the First Parish In ... (more)
Wed May 22, 2013
The Family is Left Behind/One Year Later
There are moments when I forget that you are gone. I reach for the phone to share a thought, only to remember.
Where to Grab a Drink Outside in Somerville
As spring turns to summer, some people think about heading to the beach or camping in the woods.
Acupuncture for turtles
Not many people can give a turtle acupuncture, but Claire McManus has been working along side veterinarians at the New England Aquarium sea turtle hospital in Quincy, MA to help decrease inflammation and swelling in the front flippers of two juvenile Kemp Ridley sea turtles.
Tue May 21, 2013
Slow pokes: Acupuncture helps hypothermic turtles
Acupuncturist Claire McManus watches a pair of sea turtles, who are recovering from a stranding, swim at the New England Aquarium's animal car center in Quincy, Mass., Monday May 20, 2013.
Fri May 17, 2013
Braintree Family Searches for Spinal Muscular Atrophy Cure
On a sunny afternoon, it's common to find 10-year-old Owen Norton playing baseball in the backyard of his Braintree home.
Arbella offers discount on text-blocking technology
Arbella Insurance Foundation in Quincy, Mass. plans to fight texting while driving by offering a discount on a text-blocking technology, Trigger.
Thu May 16, 2013
So. Shore chef Ray Alongi booted from Hell's Kitchen
Raymond Alongi actually learned six months ago he wouldn't be leaving Quincy, Mass., for a $250,000 a year cooking gig in Las Vegas - but he says the memory still stings.
'Unsafe' building owners have 1 day to fix everything, or relocate tenants
The owners of a Bridge Street apartment building, which the city describes as "unsafe," have until the end of Thursday to bring the building up to code, or find the tenants new homes, according to a city notice.
Wed May 15, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Somersworth Housing terminates ex-director
The Somersworth Housing Authority Board of Directors has voted to terminate Executive Director Elizabeth Salinger, who has been on a paid leave of absence since November.
HIngham Police Say Milton Man and Girlfriend Targeted Hingham Neighborhood to Steal Valuables
HINGHAM: Police believe a Milton man and Quincy woman targeted a Hingham neighborhood early Sunday morning to steal valuables from unlocked vehicles.
Suspect Identified in F1 Boston ATM Theft Linked to Saturday Safe Robbery
A 48-year-old Quincy man has been identified by Braintree police as the person behind an ATM theft at F1 Boston earlier this year and the attempted theft of money from a safe at a Braintree business on Saturday.
Quincy odor mystery solved
The Patriot Ledger reports that a water sample test conducted by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority earlier this month detected a type of brown algae that gives off a rotten egg smell from the hydrogen sulfide gas emitted when it dries in the sunlight.
Punched Over Pickles
Police say a Quincy, Massachusetts woman is facing charges for allegedly punching a restaurant worker who put "too many pickles" on her steak and cheese sandwich.
Tue May 14, 2013
A Buzzing Sound in the Massachusetts Sky Evokes Drone Fears
In a Massachusetts town where no one has ever died in a drone strike and no one is likely to for the foreseeable future, it is nevertheless unnerving to hear an unidentified aircraft buzzing overhead.
Mon May 13, 2013
Downtown building houses illegal, 'unsafe' apartments, says city
Jessica Satterfield is living in an $800-a-month apartment she found advertised on Craigslist that the city says is one of three illegal apartments in a building that is "unsafe," "hazardous" and rife with gas, electrical, plumbing, health, and safety violations.
Silicon Alley Insider
Woman Allegedly Punches Restaurant Worker For Putting Too Many Pickles On Her Sandwich
A Massachusetts woman was arrested for allegedly punching a restaurant worker in the face for putting too many pickles on her steak and cheese sandwich.
The Grand Junction Sentinel
Police: Assault prompted by 'too many pickles' QUINCY, Mass. (AP) -
A Quincy woman is facing an assault charge for allegedly punching a restaurant worker for putting too many pickles on her steak and cheese sandwich, police said Monday.
Sun May 12, 2013
Robin J. Prince
Robin Joyce Prince of Dartmouth, slipped away on Saturday, May 11, with her family by her side.
Fri May 10, 2013
South Shore Chamber's move from Quincy to Rockland underscores broader shift in region
After calling Quincy home for a century, the South Shore Chamber of Commerce is moving out of a historic mansion in the city to a smaller, more modern space in Rockland.