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  1. On Native GroundHOW to Run a Business Into the GroundRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2014 | American Reporter

    The first daily newspaper that I worked for, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette , was sold a couple of weeks ago to a Florida-based company called Halifax Media Group. Halifax, founded in 2010 by three private equity investment firms, bought the paper for - depending on whose estimate you believe - between $7 million and $15 million.


  2. The WilliesISRAEL, Iran and 'Moral Equivalence'Read the original story

    Mar 19, 2012 | American Reporter

    If it looks to you that the Republican Party's primary voters this year seem older and whiter than usual, you're not mistaken. National Journal took a look at exit polls posted on through last week's Super Tuesday primaries.


  3. Make My DayDON'T Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be CampersRead the original story

    Oct 27, 2011 | American Reporter

    I remember turning to Ron Fournier, the AP's chief political writer, as we listened in Denver to Gov. Howard Dean of Vermont talking about something or other long forgotten. He's on the margin of hysteria, I told him; I could hear it coming in his voice, and it was going to get loose pretty soon, I said.


  4. GoLocalProv | Politics | Finneran: Heartache and Nonsense in AuburnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Go Local

    There's a little two year old girl lying dead on a cold metal coroner's table. There's a little 22 month-old girl lying in critical condition.


  5. GoLocalWorcester | Business | Friday Financial Five - August 21, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Go Local

    Based on the most recent Fed minutes , it appears the United States is on track for a rate hike in September. While August employment numbers and the continued turmoil overseas prevent it from being a done deal, the majority of Fed governors appear in favor of the hike.


  6. Mary Truong sworn in as new head of Massachusetts Office for Refugees & ImmigrantsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | Sampan

    Gov. Charlie Baker officially swore in Mary Truong as executive director of the Massachusetts Office for Refugees and Immigrants on August 10, which promotes the full participation of refugees and immigrants in the economic, social and civic life of Massachusetts. Truong is a native of Vietnam and a resident of Quincy.


  7. Obama lays out case for Iran nuclear deal in letter to CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 |

    EDGARTOWN, Mass.: U.S. President Barack Obama laid out his case for lawmakers to back the nuclear deal with Iran in a letter released by the White House, the latest step by the administration to gain support for a deal critical to the president's legacy. In an Aug. 19 letter to Representative Jerrold Nadler, a Democrat from New York, Obama spelled out arguments he has made repeatedly in recent weeks: that the deal with Tehran was a good one, that Washington was enhancing its security cooperation with Israel, and that the United States would maintain its ability to punish Iran for destabilizing activities in the Middle East.


  8. Rosenberg asks UMass to reduce fee increaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Recorder

    State Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg is calling on University of Massachusetts leadership to look again at reducing a fee increase to students, while university spokesman Robert Connolly is asking for another $46 million from the Legislature to eliminate the increase entirely.


  9. Mosquitoes in Arlington Have Tested Positive for West Nile VirusRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 |

    High temperatures over the past two weeks have created an environment that is historically associated with higher human illness rates. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced on Thursday that West Nile virus has been detected in mosquito samples taken in Arlington and Lexington.


  10. Mass. Clean Energy Center CEO stepping down for new executive roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Business Journal

    The CEO of the publicly funded Massachusetts Clean Energy Center announced Thursday that she would leave next month for an executive-level job at SunEdison , the world's largest clean-energy developer. In an email to staff at the state agency, Alicia Barton said she would step down from her role and transition to a new job as chief operating officer within the global utility-scale renewable energy group at SunEdison .


  11. In the Matter of Glenda J. Ball and Frank A. BallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | FindLaw

    Glenda J. Ball, self-represented party, by brief and orally. Gawryl MacAllister & O'Connor, of Nashua , for the respondent.


  12. State's clean energy CEO steps downRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Berkshire Eagle

    BOSTON >> The head of the state's clean energy industry incubator will step down next month to become an executive with the world's largest renewable energy developer - SunEdison - opening another key business development position for the Baker administration to fill. Massachusetts Clean Energy Center CEO Alicia Barton notified her staff in an email on Thursday that she planned to resign effective Sept.


  13. "Super lice" found in RI, Mass. samplesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | WLNE-TV Providence

    They're calling it "super lice" - a strain of head lice that doesn't react to common treatments like shampoos. Researchers gathering lice samples found that 25 out of 30 states, including Rhode Island and Massachusetts, had lice with these genetic mutations.


  14. George H.W. Bush tweets support for Jimmy CarterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | KHOU-TV Houston

    Former President George H.W. Bush tweeted out his support for former President Jimmy Carter as the latter battles brain cancer. George H.W. Bush tweets support for Jimmy Carter HOUSTON -- Former President George H.W. Bush tweeted out his support for former President Jimmy Carter as the latter battles brain cancer.


  15. Donald Trump says Mitt Romney 'choked' in 2012Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Daily Mail

    Trump says Mitt Romney 'choked' in 2012 'and that's not going to happen to me' as he blasts the last GOP nominee in New Hampshire Asked if he himself ever fails, Trump chirped: 'If you want to know the truth, have I failed? Not often' Trump praised the president for running hard to the finish line in 2012: 'Say what you want about Obama - he was on Jay Leno, he was on Letterman, he was on all the shows' Donald Trump blasted 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Wednesday night in New Hampshire, saying the former Massachusetts governor 'choked' near the end of his ill-fated White House run. 'He let us down.


  16. West Nile virus-positive mosquito identified in WellesleyRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Swellesley Report

    WNV infected mosquitoes have been found in neighboring communities and throughout Greater Boston. Thus the risk of WNV in this area has been catagorized as moderate.


  17. Second calling sometimes leads to clergy career, ministers sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | The Columbus Dispatch

    One of the Rev. Jay Anderson's most vivid childhood memories involves lining up his stuffed animals on the family couch before tipping an ottoman on its side as a makeshift altar and preaching to the fluffy faithful.


  18. Arlo Guthrie to sign books at the Berkshire MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Albany Times Union

    Folk singer, longtime Washington, Mass., resident and "notable moose-ologist" Arlo Guthrie will sign copies of his latest children's book at the Berkshire Museum from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29. Written by Guthrie and illustrated by Kathy Garren, "Old Bill: the Famous Berkshire Moose" tells of the titular celebrity moose and his legendary ramblings around western Massachusetts. According to the book's official blurbage, which you can find on iTunes along with sample pages : Berkshire resident and notable moose-ologist Arlo Guthrie was asked to write an introduction for the 75th anniversary reprint of Walter Eaton's essay, "Odyssey of Old Bill - The Famous Berkshire Moose."


  19. Basketball showcase comes to Springfield: EditorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 |

    The MassMutual Center will be in tip-top shape for the 2016 Massachusetts state high school basketball finals. The eight title games will be played at the MassMutual Center and Springfield College's Blake Arena.


  20. Milford bar owners focus on foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    Don't tell the Colletons that the name of their bar and grill, The Barking Monkie, is spelled wrong. Monkie happens to be their dog, a rat terrier, Fran Colleton's favorite out of their four dogs.