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  1. Keller for August at Barb JacksonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Capital Weekly

    Carol K. Keller is the guest artist for the month of August at the Barb Jackson Studio/Gallery, 22 Central St. in the village, between Shepherd's Pie and Salt Water Farm. The gallery, which also shows work by Barb Jackson and Liz Donald, is open Wednesdays through Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. Keller became a full-time artist in 2001 and selected acrylics as her medium.

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  2. Police: Vermont state worker accused of selling heroin tied to Massachusetts arrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Berkshire Eagle

    A state employee was released on $5,000 bail Tuesday after being arraigned on felony charges alleging that she sold heroin to a person she met through her work as a child support specialist. Kacey E. Caprari, 35, of North Adams, Mass., pleaded not guilty to heroin sale, and conspiracy to sell drugs.

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  3. Crackdown proposed to combat jaywalking in LowellRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Lowell Sun

    City councilors want to crack down on jaywalking, which several said Tuesday has worsened recently, with pedestrians brazenly darting out in front of cars. "I don't know if they're oblivious to what's going on around them but there seems to be an attitude of, 'I don't care if you hit me,'" Councilor Rita Mercier said.

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  4. Lundy to buy three Washington Street buildings to launch downtown office campusRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Watertown Daily Times

    A West Carthage developer plans to give the four-story Rouse Building at 531 Washington St. a makeover after buying the property from a Massachusetts real estate firm. With plans to develop a downtown professional campus, Michael E. Lundy said he has signed contracts to buy the structure and two adjacent buildings - at 513 Washington St. and 127 Winslow St. - from Tanglewood Properties LLC of Kingston, Mass.

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  5. Vermont state worker accused of selling drugs tied to Massachusetts arrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | The Bennington Banner

    BENNINGTON >> A state employee was released on $5,000 bail Tuesday after being arraigned on felony charges alleging that she sold heroin to a person she met through her work as a child support specialist. Kacey E. Caprari, 35, of North Adams, Mass., pleaded not guilty to heroin sale, and conspiracy to sell drugs.

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  6. Editorial: New requirements needed on lead paintRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Boston.com

    Levels of lead poisoning in children remain at disturbing levels in Massachusetts, a discouraging fact given increased general awareness and the remediation options available to property owners. It can't be news for landlords that lead paint in an old home is a potential hazard and that it's their responsibility to mitigate the threat.

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  7. Jeff Jacoby: The return of the graduated-tax hustleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Boston.com

    Each time they have unequivocally refused to do so. After that many rejections, even the most importunate suitor usually gets the message.

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  8. Mass. leaders call for increase in solar energyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Turnto10.com

    At a press conference on Tuesday, Fall River Mayor Sam Sutter and other officials called for the Massachusetts legislature to raise the cap on net metering. But, Sutter said state law requiring National Grid to purchase only five percent of its electricity from clean renewable sources means cities like Fall River won't be compensated if they install more solar panels.

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  9. If Approved, Mass. Shoppers Will Enjoy Tax Holiday Weekend in AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Patch.com

    Shoppers take advantage of the weekend , sometimes waiting to buy some big ticket items when tax is suspended on retail sales. Shoppers might be looking forward to a sales tax free holiday weekend in Massachusetts on Aug. 15 and 15, when the collection of sales tax on items less than $2,500 is suspended, if the legislation passes.

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  10. Massachusetts boy's harsh life before coma describedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | New York Daily News

    Little Jack Loiselle, allegedly beaten into a coma by his father, spent his days behind an alarmed door, isolated from his siblings and subject to bizarre physical punishment, authorities said. Lints called 911 on July 14 and claimed he'd found the child unconscious in his bed at their home in Hardwick, Mass.

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  11. St. Pat's Day Parade stalwart Trainor remembered for his kindnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    He was a pillar of the local Irish-American community as chairman of the city's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. But it was for his quiet kindness away from the parade route that Stephen P. Trainor, of Worcester, who died Friday at age 58 after a battle with cancer, was remembered Tuesday.

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  12. New Bedford Lawmakers Ask State To 'Vigorously Pursue' Cleanup Of Casino SiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | WBUR-AM Boston

    Five state representatives are asking the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to identify who is responsible for cleaning up a highly contaminated former power plant site on the New Bedford Harbor. Developer KG Urban had agreed to cleanup the MacArthur Drive site if it was awarded a state license to develop a $650 million resort casino there.

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  13. For No Boston Olympics, time to celebrate, then 'go away'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | KFMB-TV San Diego

    Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo, left, Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, second from left, and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, right, during a news con... .

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  14. MTC Nearing Completion of Model Sourcing Regulation for Services and IntangiblesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | JD Supra

    The Multistate Tax Commission's Annual Conference and Committee Meetings are being held on July 27-30, 2015, in Spokane, Washington. On Tuesday, July 28, 2015, at approximately 1:00 pm PDT , an MTC working group will present this model market-based sourcing regulation working draft to the MTC's Uniformity Committee.

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  15. Madeleine McCann Investigators Contact Australian Authorities After Body of Child Found in SuitcaseRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 28 | WebProNews

    Madeleine McCann disappeared from Portugal back in 2007 while her family was vacationing in Praia da Luz. No one has ever been charged with her disappearance.

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  16. Peg Lynch dies at 91; broadcast pioneer created early sitcom 'Ethel and Albert'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Peg Lynch, who wrote, owned and starred in what started on radio and then became one of television's first sitcoms, "Ethel and Albert," with Alan Bunce, who played Albert on TV. Peg Lynch, who wrote, owned and starred in what started on radio and then became one of television's first sitcoms, "Ethel and Albert," with Alan Bunce, who played Albert on TV.

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  17. Mass. homes sales soarRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The number of single-family homes sold in Massachusetts last month shot up by more than 11 percent compared to June 2014, making it the best June in a decade, according to an organization that tracks the market. The Boston-based Warren Group said Tuesday that median prices were also up by nearly 1.5 percent in June to $365,000.

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  18. Lundy to buy three Washington Street office buildings to develop downtown campusRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Watertown Daily Times

    With plans to develop a downtown professional campus, developer Michael E. Lundy has signed contracts to buy the Rouse Building and two neighboring office buildings on Washington Street from a Massachusetts real estate limited liability corporation. Mr. Lundy, CEO of Lundy Development Corp., West Carthage, announced in a press release Tuesday that the firm has taken over management and oversight of the four-story Rouse Building at 531 Washington St. Mr. Lundy has signed a purchase contract to acquire the building, along with office buildings at 513 Washington St. and 127 Winslow St., from Tanglewood Properties LLC of Kingston, Mass.

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  19. Incoming Northeastern Student Helped Mass. Victim Of NC Shark AttackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | CBS Local

    People rushed to help Andrew Costello after he was attacked by the shark, July 2, 2015. BOSTON - An incoming Northeastern University student was among the people who rushed to the side of a Massachusetts man after he was attacked by a shark off the coast of North Carolina.

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  20. Mass. Home Sales In June Hit Highest Level In 10 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | WBUR-AM Boston

    More single-family homes were sold in Massachusetts during June than in any month since August 2005, according to newly released data, which also showed sale prices are up only marginally from the first half of 2014. The Warren Group reported that single-family home sales in June totaled 6,457, up 11.4 percent over June 2014.

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