Granite Keeps Growing
Granite Telecommunications, LLC, a provider of voice, data, networking, and other communications services, held a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new office space in New York City today.
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Teikametrics moves headquarters from Quincy to Boston
E-commerce software company Teikametrics moved its headquarters from Quincy to Boston's Seaport District in mid-June and could hire up to 10 employees this year.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
International Business Times
Painkillers Are Killing People in Canada: Study
A nasal injection containing the overdose-reversing drug naloxone is seen at the police headquarters in Quincy, Massachusetts, June 13, 2014.
Sharon Actress in Shakespeare's 'The Winter's Tale'
The Gazebo Players are pleased to announce the cast and performance schedule for their thirteenth annual free Shakespeare in the Park production, which includes an acres from Sharon.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Alexis Savitt, formerly of New Providence, is engaged to be married
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perillo of New Providence, are happy to announce the engagement of Anita Perillo's daughter, Alexis Savitt to Jason Christman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christman of Chester, Conn.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Playhouse has John Adams & 'Love Boat' captain
Cape Playhouse in Dennis has some new and unusual ways of getting theatergoers behind the scenes of their shows, and the theater-making process this summer.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Viewpoint: Springfield must hope state voters give the city a fighting chance
The Mass Gaming Commission held a public hearing on the Springfield Casino at the West Springfield Middle School in March.
Ayer Public Spirit
South, East Boston beaches earn high water quality grades
Beaches in South Boston and East Boston had significantly less bacteria in 2013 than years past, while improper sewage hookups and other pollutants continue to mar the waters at Lynn, Swampscott, Dorchester and Quincy swimming spots, according to Save the Harbor Save the Bay's third annual report card.
Who was Sara Jaffarian?
Born into an Armenian family in Haverhill, Massachusetts on September 7, 1915, Sara Jaffarian - eponym of the Sara Jaffarian School Library Program Award - was the eleventh and last child of Mugerdich Jaffarian and his wife Quhar Jaffarian .
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Body of woman found in Quincy
Police are looking for help in identifying the body of an adult, African-American female found dead near water in Quincy just before 5:00 a.m. on Sunday.
Unidentified woman found dead on Quincy beach
The body of an unidentified woman was found washed ashore on Quincy beach early Sunday morning, the Norfolk district attorney's office said in a statement.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Trees nurture peace and resilience in Avon
When the atomic bomb exploded over Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6, 1945, more than 100,000 people died and the bustling city was reduced to radioactive rubble.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Hub officials laud dispensary action
Boston officials praised a decision by the state health department Friday to revoke its preliminary approval for two medical marijuana dispensaries in the city, but some residents expressed concern that ailing patients will not be able to readily access the medicinal plant.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Ludlow man attacked by dog on Wollaston Beach
One dog is dead and an 83-year-old man suffered injuries after another dog attacked them both on Wollaston Beach.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Great white spotted off cape, estimated at 17-feet long
A tuna fishing crew was off the coast of Cape Cod Monday when they got up close to a great white shark swimming under their boat.
Cops nab livery driver for Seaport rape, robbery
A livery driver police say sexually assaulted and robbed a woman who flagged him down in the Seaport District - mistaking him for a licensed taxi driver - and then went on a spending spree with her stolen credit cards, is expected to be arraigned today in South Boston District Court.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Cartoon: Something fishy is going on here! Give us your best caption
This month's legal-themed cartoon runs the risk of evoking tired cliches involving sharks and lawyers.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
Dog delivers record-setting litter of pups - owner to sell pups on Craigslist
As animal-welfare advocates bemoan the sad effects of pet over-population, one dog in East Texas has managed to single-handedly produce one litter of puppies that was so large that it has set a new state record, reported Thursday's KLTV News.
The Jersey Journal
Expand use of heroin antidote: Editorial
Suddenly, this country is in the midst of a heroin epidemic. Not only heroin but other opioid derivatives, including prescription painkillers, have made overdose the nation's leading cause of accidental death - surpassing traffic accidents among people 25 to 64 years old.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Births of Drug-Addicted Babies On the Rise
A passerby walks through downtown Quincy, Mass., June 13, 2014. Quincy, Massachusetts, in 2010 became the first U.S. city to make the drug standard equipment for its police officers, who have used it to reverse some 275 overdoses, a significant number in a city of 93,000 people.