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Sewall's Point elects new mayor, Frank Fender, as move toward environment

Sewall's Point elects new mayor, Frank Fender, as move toward environment A strong advocate for the environment, Frank Fender wins election of mayor of Sewall's Point after tense debate. Check out ... read more

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Tracing the Changing Face of Kenmore Square

Samuel Sewall, the judge who presided over the Salem witch trials and owner of Sewall's Point. Image courtesy of the Massachusetts ... “Beginning in the 1950s, the influx of BU students created a new ... read more

The DVD Wrapup: Innocents, Swiss Army Man, Purge: Election Year, Diary of a Chambermaid, The Wailing, Homestretch and more

The French/Brazilian live-action co-production tells the story of how a domesticated capuchin monkey, Sai, survives a plane clash in the rain forest and learns to fend for himself in an environment so ... read more

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State reminds holiday-party hosts of potential liabilities

WILKES-BARRE — Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman, Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) Chairman Tim Holden, and PLCB Member Michael Newsome this week offered tips on safely hosting parties and ... read more


BRITISH NAVY SAYS THIRD WARSHIP SAILS FOR GULF

However, in a dramatic diplomatic move at the G7 summit, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif jetted into the southwestern town of Biarritz, delaying a planned trip to Asia. If any advances ... read more

How Much Is Enough?

More time with my family, more time to dither around the kitchen experimenting with recipes, more time to hike near Great Falls, more time to play catch with my kids (who at some point must learn ... read more

City's effort to curb traffic hits its first speed bump

The City Council on Monday rallied behind a proposal by four of its members -- Mayor Greg Scharff ... city's broad but slow-moving effort to solve the problem of too many cars, an effort that also ... read more

Wall Street Shocks Return Focus to Economy

The unsettling news from Wall Street that greeted Americans on Monday morning, and the financial hit to the markets that followed, brought the economy roaring back to the center of the presidential ... read more

Encouraging Words of Regret From Dean Baquet and Weasel Words From James Clapper

The New York Times‘ 2004 decision, at the behest of George W. Bush himself, to suppress for 15 months (through Bush’s re-election) its reporters’ discovery that the NSA was illegally eavesdropping on ... read more

Schultz gets front row seat

What if Sean Hannity or Rush Limbaugh were up front at Bush's press conferences in the East Room? Well, as network correspondents sat in the second row, liberal radio host Ed Schultz managed to snag a ... read more

Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)

Chapter 3 provides responses to all comments received during the public comment period. Section 3.2 below explains how to find information in this chapter. However, the "green" pages at the very front ... read more



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