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HINGHAM: Police believe a Milton man and Quincy woman targeted a Hingham neighborhood early Sunday morning to steal valuables from unlocked vehicles. Comment?
A Milton student and a classmate from Quincy created "One with the One Fund" this week at Fontbonne Academy to support the One Fund Boston for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. Comment?
Federal, state and local officials gathered in Milton on Thursday morning to celebrate the opening of a new five-unit group home for adults with disabilities at 47 Wolcott Road. Comment?
Rick Newcomb learned the restaurant business from his family, which has run Newcomb Farms in Milton and Quincy for almost a half century. Comment?
If your residential tax bill seems too hefty this year, it's because it has gone up compared to 2012. Comment?
Thinking about getting an electric car, but afraid there are not any charging stations? Check out carstations.com to find out where the charging stations are located on the South Shore. Comment?
When Governor Deval Patrick ordered all non-essential drivers get off the roads during the winter storm that dropped more than two feet of snow on the area, residents of the governor's hometown generally listened. Comment?
Margaret Eberhardt, President of the Board of the Milton Foundation for Education has announced that this year's Milton High School graduate honorees are Ken Quigley, President of Curry College and John and Maritta Cronin, lifelong Milton residents and community leaders. Comment?
Uninsured, unregistered, unlicensed vehicle charges dismissed Karla A. Ulebor, 51, of 77 Blue Hill Terrace, Milton had charges of driving an uninsured vehicle, driving with registration suspended, driving with license suspended, and a brakes violation dismissed in Quincy District Court upon payment of a total of $500 in court costs. Comment?
The Milton Public Library Board of Trustees has appointed William Adamczyk as the Library's new Director. Comment?
An easel stood at the front of the Braintree Town Hall auditorium Wednesday morning, scrawled with signatures and notes from the attendees of a regional transportation forum. Comment?
Paula Lombardo, a Milton resident and Chief Administrative Officer of The Lombardo Companies, will receive Interfaith Social Services' 2012 Community Hero of the Year award at their 65 th Anniversary Gala on December 6. Lombardo has been helping Interfaith meet the needs of the families and individuals they serves for more than a decade. Comment?