Arthur T.: We'll Get New Waltham Market Basket 'Back on Track'
After taking back control of Market Basket earlier this week , Arthur T. Demoulas addressed the status of new, unopened stores still under construction, such as the one at 1265 Main St. in Waltham, in a Thursday interview with the Boston Herald .
What Car Should You Drive Based on Your College?
It's time to welcome the new and returning students of Boston. All 250,000 of them.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Editor's Letter: Life of pie
Pie fixes everything. If only it were that simple. Yes, a wonderfully warm slice of fruit pie and a steaming mug of coffee cure many ills.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Open Houses in Natick This Weekend
Arthur T. takes back day-to-day operations and welcomes associates back to work to get stores ready for customers once again.
Three Juveniles Charged in Overland Road Incident
Three juveniles have been charged with armed robbery in connection with an incident Wednesday, Aug. 20, on Overland Road in Waltham, according to the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.
Sun endorsement: Sullivan for Middlesex DA
The Democratic primary race between Marian Ryan and Michael Sullivan for Middlesex district attorney is essentially the general election, since there's no Republican challenger.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
World's Oldest Wine Cellar Fueled Palatial Parties
This ancient wine cellar at Tel Kabri was likely abandoned after a cataclysmic event, such as an earthquake.
Gun Buyback in Waltham on Sept. 20
The Waltham Police Department is hosting a gun buyback event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Governor poised to back DA Ryan
Gov. Deval Patrick is poised to throw his support behind Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan as she jostles for votes in one of the state's more closely watched Democratic primaries, sources confirmed to the Herald.
American DG Energy Inc. (Nyse MKT: Adge) Alert, Johns Hopkins...
August 26, 2014 American DG Energy Inc. , a leading On-Site Utility, offering clean electricity, heat, hot water and cooling solutions to hospitality, healthcare, housing and athletic facilities, is now operating a 75 kW combined heat and power system providing an On-Site energy solution to Wolman Hall student housing at The Johns Hopkins ... (more)
Wellesley mobile tech firm Mobiquity adds $5M in funding
Mobiquity Inc., a Wellesley-based mobile technology services firm, announced Tuesday it has closed an additional $5 million in funding, bringing total funding to date for the three-year-old company to $24 million.
Springfield College group home for deaf prepares for 1st residents
Katherine "Kate" Giknis, 23, will make history next month when she becomes one of the first residents at a new group home for the deaf at Springfield College , which will be operated by the Center for Human Development.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Both New Waltham Starbucks Now Hiring Shift Managers, Baristas
The Starbucks are going in at 12 Market Place Drive and 1019 Trapelo Road . Chrissie Lane, @clane_chrissie , who appears to work for Starbucks, tweeted that the Trapelo Road Starbucks is set to open Friday, Sept.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Four from MCC named to All-Massachusetts Academic Team
Middlesex Community College students Zena Casteel of Waltham, Joohee "Judy" Hyung of Billerica, Kara Bologna Rea of Woburn, and Assaf Shahar of Bedford were recently recognized as outstanding two-year college students and members of the 2014 All-Massachusetts Academic Team during a ceremony at the Statehouse.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Massage parlor owner gets 5 years in Wichita sex trafficking case
The former owner of Asian massage parlors in Wichita has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for his role in a sex trafficking case.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Several Mass. Companies Land on 2014 Inc. 5000 List
A number of Massachusetts companies are listed on the 33rd annual Inc. 5000 , Inc. Magazine's yearly ranking of the fastest-growing companies in the United States.
Domestic violence prevention advocate opposes provision in...
Monica Moran, coordinator for the Southern Hilltowns Domestic Violence Task Force, says one provision of Massachusetts' new law on domestic violence, which prohibits police departments from placing the names of those arrested for domestic violence and sexual crimes in their public police logs, undermines efforts to reduce the stigma of the ... (more)
Mon Aug 18, 2014
New law makes domestic violence police reports secret
A new law that removes police reports on domestic violence incidents from public record and prohibits police from releasing information about such arrests is causing confusion and drawing criticism from local officials concerned about First Amendment rights.
Historic house still faces wrecking
Gary Romaniello, owner of the 3.5-acre East Street parcel, plans to sell the building and land to Dakota Partners LLC, of Waltham, Mass.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Sikh temple under construction in Westboro
New England's oldest Sikh community is building a new temple on Flanders Road. The 46-year-old New England Sikh Study Circle purchased the 37-acre parcel at 168 Flanders Road in 2012 with plans to replace a smaller temple that has been in use in Milford since 1991.