Mass. Animals: PAWS Passes, Pet Rock Fest Moves, Puppy Doe Trial Continues
The bill, referred to as the PAWS act, that was inspired by the Puppy Doe cruelty case was signed into law this week by Gov. Deval Patrick, reported WCVB.
Jacksonville Daily News
Quincy man's World War I memoir discovered
Many decades ago a Scottish immigrant living in the Houghs Neck section of Quincy, who often pedaled his bike to a job at the Fore River shipyard, wrote down stories about an experience he never really wanted to talk about - his years as a soldier in the First World War.
East Boston Times-Free Press
USS Salem Getting Closer to East Boston
The plan to bring the historic World War II era Navy cruiser to East Boston is one step closer to reality.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
VAR Roundtable: The PC Isn't Dead Just Yet
Despite endless calls for the "death of the PC," solution providers said they aren't ready to hold a funeral for the technology just yet.
Quincy celebrates August Moon Festival
The city of Quincy celebrated its 27th annual August Moon Festival on August 17. The festival, organized by Quincy Asian Resources, Inc and presenting sponsor South Cove Community Health Center , is the largest outdoor cultural event in the South Shore.
jessica rinaldi/ globe staff AddressWhat's it like to raise kids in the city?
It's a good thing my kids are too young to read because they might think I am trying to kick them out of the house already.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
The Miami Herald
Average US 30-year mortgage rate at 4.10 pct
This July 10, 2014 file photo shows a home for sale in Quincy, Mass. On Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, Freddie Mac is scheduled to report on average U.S. mortgage rates for the week.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Granite Raises $200,000 for ALS as Part of Ice Bucket Challenge
Granite Telecommunications, LLC, a provider of communications services to businesses, announced that it has donated $200,000 to ALS charities as part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Puppy Doe faithful at courta as suspect larceny trial set
The 33-year-old Polish immigrant accused of torturing a young pit bull so horrifically that she had to be put down in the notorious "Puppy Doe" case will stand trial in February on charges he stole from an elderly woman he was taking care of.
Banker & Tradesman
New Bedford Named One Of Worst Cities In U.S. For First-Time Homebuyers
A new study has ranked New Bedford as one of the top five worst cities in the country for first-time homebuyers.
Big News Network.com
Pizza-maker may get tossed from U.S. because he doesn't toss pizza dough
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Mon Aug 18, 2014
The PAWS Act pending Gova s signature
The PAWS Act would impose harsher penalties on people who abuse their pets. The bill was filed last year after a pit bull named "Puppy Doe" was found beaten, stabbed and even burned in Quincy.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Thomas Farragher 3 years on, a break in Quincy slaying
More than three years after she disappeared from her Quincy apartment, leaving behind a blood-soaked carpet and a devastated circle of family and friends, we now know who authorities suspect killed Evelin Valibayova.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
The Beaumont Enterprise
Maserati patrol car raises police suspicions
In this Aug. 2, 2014 photo provided by Eric Clark, a Maserati resembling a police cruiser sits parked along the shore in Quincy, Mass.
Banker & Tradesman
Worcester Apartment Complex Sold For $5M
An affiliate of Quincy-based Advanced Realty Management has acquired the Park Plaza Apartments and a nearby parking lot in Worcester for $5 million.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Grocery: Dairy King
Franchisee Dennis Lane credits his 7-Eleven convenience store's high-volume milk sales to a mix of location, customer service and presentation.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Scofflaw vs. spigot-bigot: The word contests of Prohibition
During the early 20th century there was a brief craze for contests to coin new words, somewhat like the ones we have today to name baby giraffes at the zoo.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
How do first-generation Chinese Americans celebrate the August Moon Festival in America?
Many Chinese families who immigrate to the United States drop several of their country's traditions in an effort to assimilate to American culture and society.
Police logs - Aug. 8
Wayne A. Britt, Jr., 21, of 1 Concord Court was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license and failure to obey a traffic control signal.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Lee Farm adds IT tenants
The officials at Lee Farm Corporate Park continue to add new tenants to the building's roster with two new companies announced Tuesday.