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Under the ordinances passed earlier this year by City Council, a state-legalized marijuana store could receive a local license and sell it to deep-pocketed outsiders... [Read More]
Authorities will continue to probe for a cause for the eight-alarm fire Monday that destroyed a South Main Street business block.The cause may may never... [Read More]
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In a 2017 lawsuit, Stephen Cass, the former Wayland High School athletic director, accused the school administrators of violating the state's whistleblower protection laws and... [Read More]
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The owners of the former Angry Ham's Bar & Grill have decided not to reopen and instead plan to sell the 2 Beacon St. property.Owner... [Read More]
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Nancy Kelley operated her dance studio on Pond Street for 35 years before Monday's fire destroyed her business. It was hard to hold back the... [Read More]
Several candidates have emerged for city offices. Contested races appear likely for mayor, the Ward 1 and Ward 2 council seats, the at-large council seats... [Read More]
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Firefighters are working to extinguish a fast-moving multi-alarm fire in a building near Natick Common.The massive blaze has remained an active fire more than nine... [Read More]
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WORCESTER — When Lt. James Zographos was flying B-17 bomber missions over Europe during World War II, there were times  he didn't think he would see... [Read More]
A nine-alarm fire destoryed the 2 to 7 block of South Main Street in Natick on July 22. [Read More]
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When ReWalks Robotics Inc. began selling its Rewalk exoskeleton device in the United States in 2014, its goal was to help spinal cord injury patients... [Read More]
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There's a government program to help college students struggling to pay for food. However, there's a problem. Nearly two million students that could be eligible... [Read More]
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After that busy stretch over the past month, the Celtics are probably finished for the summer – unless a major move to acquire a big... [Read More]
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From stabbings to loitering, 87 percent of business owners in the central business district, which includes Hollis and Irving Streets, say customers are too afraid... [Read More]
FRAMINGHAM — Bethany Health Care Center, a nonprofit health care center for senior citizens, will soon get a facelift thanks to a $100,000 grant from the... [Read More]
FRAMINGHAM - After originally requiring Framingham residents to have a beach tag or pay a $3 fee to visit city beaches, Mayor Yvonne Spicer has decided... [Read More]
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A 1989 ruling from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency banning most asbestos-containing products was overturned two years later. While partial bans and restrictions have been... [Read More]
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The brand trains estheticians to be highly skilled in speed waxing using a specially made product. The salon hires seven trained "waxologists." [Read More]
SMB Partners announces recognition of Norfolk residentSMB Partners, a firm providing QuickBooks consulting, database development and end user software training, recently announced that Ed Jaworski,... [Read More]
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"Please check on your family, friends or neighbors to make sure they are safe during the extreme heat," said Samantha Phillips, director of the Massachusetts... [Read More]
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A federal appellate court has upheld a U.S. District Court's decision last year to toss a family's lawsuit against the Fay School in Southborough, which... [Read More]
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