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'Armenia, Ancient Nation Endangered'
'Armenia, Ancient Nation Endangered' Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 http://asbarez.com/125436/%E2%80%98armenia-ancient-nation-endangered%E2%80%99/ 'Armenia, Ancient Nation Endangered,' by Eva Medzorian WINCHESTER, Mass.--A new documentary video, "Armenia, Ancient Nation Endangered" produced by Eva Medzorian was released July 15, 2014.
Zack Wittman for The Boston Globe Heroin deaths shock, mobilize Scituate families
Those elements are part of a drug-related drama playing out in Scituate, a comfortable South Shore community whose whitewashed lighthouse and cozy harbor have long evoked a seaside ideal of suburban life.
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Massachusetts to ban shark fin trade
Governor Deval Patrick will sign a bill on Thursday banning the possession and sale of shark fins in the state, officials announced Wednesday.
Marblehead is North Shore's Most Educated Community
Marblehead is one of the state's most educated communities , according to data from the American Community Survey compiled by WCVB-TV .
Winchester Brothers Charged With Drug Dealing
Winchester Police arrested two brothers for dealing drugs after a lengthy investigation into the overdose and death of a Quincy man in February.
The Quality Deficit
I grew up with a healthy disrespect-almost a dislike-for rich people. Though my home town, Winchester, Mass., is one of Boston's wealthier suburbs, and my father and grandfather were officers in a Boston-area company, my father grew up on a farm and I seemed to inherit his farm-grown distrust for those who have money.
Lowell mental-health group names new leader
After a national search, the Mental Health Association of Greater Lowell did not have to look farther than Winchester to find its next executive director.
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Consigli Breaks Ground On $130M Winchester High School Rebuild
The 280,000-square-foot rebuild of the school will address three critical needs: an increasing enrollment of 200 students within the next five years; an obsolete building infrastructure; and an educational program whose needs are no longer supported by the current physical environment.