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  1. Massachusetts Health Care Regulatory Review - Opportunity for Industry CommentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | jdsupra.com

    Health care is big business in Massachusetts, and it is a highly regulated business. But Governor Charlie Baker hopes to simplify the Massachusetts regulatory regime.

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  2. Newlyweds win $15M Mass. Lottery scratch prizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Lottery Post

    Two Cape Cod newlyweds got the wedding gift of a lifetime Saturday when they scratched their way into multimillionaire status on a winning Supreme Millions $30 ticket at a Tedeschi store in Eastham, Massachusetts. David and Stacy Foster won $15 million - about $6.8 million after taxes - and have been hiding out at the home of Stacy's parents in Northampton, celebrating with family and letting their big win sink in.

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  3. Letter: A Whopper Of A RaiseRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 11 | Plainview Herald

    As hearings to consider raising the pay of fast food workers continue, the New York State Wage Board convened by Governor Andrew Cuomo has the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of hundreds of thousands of fast-food workers across the state by raising these workers' hourly pay to $15. New York State is home to over 180,000 workers in the fast-food industry, and Nassau and Suffolk counties to nearly 24,000 of them.

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  4. Novelty supplier in Mass. pulls Confederate flag off marketRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Boston Herald

    A novelty item supplier headquartered in southeastern Massachusetts is one of the latest retailers to remove the Confederate flag from its merchandise. The Providence Journal reports that Rhode Island Novelty's battle flag product was no longer available on Amazon.com or at Walmart as of Wednesday.

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  5. John Hoerr, 84, chronicled the fall of steelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | NorthJersey.com

    John Hoerr, a journalist and former Teaneck resident, authored one of the most definitive accounts of the collapse of America's steel industry. The topic resonated deeply with Mr. Hoerr, who hailed from McKeesport, Pa., in the heart of Steel Country.

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  6. Manchester Crimewatch: Mass. man charged with possessing, trying to sell heroinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | UnionLeader.com

    Luis Nieves, 33, of 25 John St., Haverhill, was arrested Wednesday night on Winter Street.

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  7. 2015 NBA Draft, Pat Connaughton: St. John's Prep, Arlington...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | MassLive.com

    His stay in BKN didn't last long, however as the Nets are reportedly trading Connaughton along with Mason Plumlee to the Portland Trail Blazers. But just how long Connaughton plans to stay in basketball at all is something that's still up in the air.

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  8. Fishing for votes, Rubio turns attacks into jokesRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Boston Herald

    Florida U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio turned the press attacks on his personal finances into punch lines while campaigning here yesterday - including a New York Times report that he "splurged" on an "extravagant ... luxury speedboat." "Probably the most stunning argument I've heard recently from our friends in the press is that I'm not rich enough to be president of the United States," Rubio said to laughs during a town hall.

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  9. Mount Greylock senior Ian Brink named Western Mass. Division III baseball tournament MVPRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | MassLive.com

    All season long Ian Brink has led the Mount Greylock baseball team, both on the pitcher's mound and in the batter's box. It was no surprise to see him do the same for the Mounties as they tore through the Western Mass.

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  10. 4 firefighters injured battling Massachusetts mill fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Nashua Telegraph

    Four firefighters were injured battling a huge blaze that's still smoldering at a vacant mill complex in central Massachusetts. Officials say the fire at the Anglo Fabrics Mill in Webster was reported at about 1 p.m. Thursday and contained by Thursday evening.

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  11. My Turn: Is there a statute of limitations on apologies?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Gaston Gazette

    'I'm sorry, so sorry; please accept my apology," from a 1960 pop song by Brenda Lee. This line comes to mind as I respond to The Gazette's front page article, "Mayor: Let's keep moving forward," that appeared in the June 20 edition.

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  12. Nissan Leaf electric cars are part of New Bedford's fleet.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Turnto10.com

    A total of 10 brand new Nissan Leaf electric cars are now in service for New Bedford Health Department inspectors to go on their runs, saving the city $10,000 a year alone in fuel costs. Not only are the new Nissan Leafs sleek, stylish, and silent that can comfortably seat five, with grants from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, each car only costs the city $73 a month.

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  13. Mass. man sentenced on cocaine, heroin chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Nashua Telegraph

    A federal court on Thursday sentenced a Massachusetts man to serve nearly three years in prison on a number of drug-related offenses in connection to a 2013 incident in Nashua. Leonardo Almonte-Ramirez, 31, of Lawrence, Mass., will serve 33 months behind bars for selling cocaine and possessing cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin with the intent to distribute, according to Acting U.S. Attorney Donald Feith, following the hearing at the U.S. District Court in Concord.

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  14. Southborough firefighter graduates from Mass. Firefighting AcademyRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Community Advocate Newspaper

    Southborough Firefighter Travis L. Pacific was one of 21 local firefighters to graduate from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy June 19. State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan and Academy Director George D. Kramlinger announced the graduation of the 229th class of the academy's 45-day Career Recruit Firefighting Training Program at the Department of Fire Services in Stow.

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  15. Timetable emerging for New Bedford casino applicationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | SouthCoastToday.com

    The casino picture in southeastern Massachusetts became a little clearer Thursday, as state gaming officials set a Sept. 30 deadline for final application materials from developers in Brockton and New Bedford and discussed scenarios in which the region's sole casino license could be awarded early next year.

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  16. LETTERS: Why are we spending so much on fire services?Read the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Barnstable Patriot

    Proposition 2 was enacted after more than 85 percent of the people in Massachusetts voted to put local governments on budgets comparable to their wages. In the 1980s the annual rate of inflation was 2 percent.

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  17. 10 Businesses Against Flying Confederate Flag at StatehousesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | News Max

    In the midst of the controversy over the Confederate flag, several businesses are pressuring governors and politicians to remove the symbol from state grounds. This is not the first time the private sector has made an influence on states' decisions.

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  18. 'The New Mutual Fund Exception: Ninth Circuit Allows Direct Claims to Redress Derivative Injury'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | jdsupra.com

    Courts have sought to simplify their approach to determining whether an action is derivative or direct - a determination that the Delaware Supreme Court has acknowledged "is sometimes difficult." Tooley v.

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  19. When Boston was a Big Dig of a messRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Boston.com

    Here is an aerial shot of the old Central Artery carving its way through Boston. Original planning for the Big Dig started in 1982, and development started in 1991.

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  20. Meehan plans no big shakeup at UMassRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Boston.com

    Any lingering Bulger haters who were hoping heads would roll when Marty Meehan takes over as UMass president next week will be sorely disappointed. Meehan is playing it close to the vest, but the best information is that he has no plans for a major shakeup of the staff, at least in the near future.

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