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- Man flown to Boston hospital after Falmouth crash September 20, 2014A man with life-threatening injuries was flown to a Boston hospital Friday evening after a one-car crash on Sippewissett Road, according to the fire department. Rescuers received a call at 7:35 p.m. for a car on its roof near 478 Sippewissett Road, Deputy Fire Chief Michael Small said Saturday morning.
- P'town opens its arms to Boston's first responders September 20, 2014Boston firefighters, mostly from Engine Company 33 and Ladder Company 15, which lost two brothers in a Back Bay fire in March, are being honored with ceremonies and free vacations in Provincetown this week and next.
- Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Burke high school sheds - underperforming' designation September 19, 2014Dacia Evans , Aaron Da Grasa , and other students danced with Headmaster Lindsa McIntyre after MCAS scores released the Jeremiah E Burke High School from underperforming status. Cheers erupted Friday morning in the gymnasium of the Jeremiah Burke High School after students learned that the Burke would become the first high school in the state to shed its
- Welding Company In Fatal Back Bay Fire Fined September 19, 2014The owners of a welding company blamed for a fire in Boston that killed two firefighters are facing fines of up to $58,000 after federal workplace safety regulars found the company failed to follow proper precautions. Investigators determined that the March fire in the Back Bay was caused because D & J Iron Works allowed its employees to install railings
- BRA Approves Luxury Apartment Complex On East Boston Waterfront September 19, 2014Portland, Ore.-based developer Gerding Edlen has received final approval for a $130-million, 258-unit apartment complex on the East Boston waterfront. The developer recently revised the plans for 6-26 New St., replacing a previously approved new six-story building with a four-story addition to the renovated main building.
- Man flown to Boston hospital after Falmouth crash September 20, 2014
- Wellesley MCAS scores are here September 20, 2014Time to dive into the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System test results for Wellesley. A snapshot's below, but full details are here , including sortable tables that let you explore individual school scores.
- Massachusetts Promotes Electric Vehicles in Three-City Tour September 20, 2014We know that some of the most important ways to get more electric vehicles on the road are 1) provide consumers with incentives that will make EVs less expensive and more convenient; 2) get dealerships to actually make an effort to sell these cars; 3) get cities to promote EVs; and 4) get "butts in seats" by having people test drive the cars and ex
- NEPC attendees enjoy posh expo setting September 18, 2014NEWPORT, R.I. - The New England Produce Council experimented with a new venue and season for its 15th annual produce and floral expo. Exhibitors and attendees applauded the changes for the Burlington, Mass.-based council's Sept.
- Sugar Substitutes Linked to Obesity September 17, 2014The artificial sweeteners that are widely seen as a way to combat obesity and diabetes could, in part, be contributing to the global epidemic of these conditions. Sugar substitutes such as saccharin might aggravate these metabolic disorders by acting on bacteria in the human gut, according to a study published by Nature this week .
- Wellesley Historical Society dinner, golf tourney on tap September 17, 2014There will be tours of the tavern, the event will pay tribute to the Wellesley Police Department, and Chief Terrence Cunningham will be the guest of honor. This building on Church Street had been home to Hose Company No.
- Personalization sweetens new Wellesley home bakery dubbed 'sugar.' September 17, 2014Upon learning that Wellesley's Kelly Meraw had started a business over the summer baking desserts out of her home, I could only assume that she must be operating out of a fancy Wellesley Kitchen Tour -like space. But no, Meraw says her kitchen and home are probably among the tiniest in town.
- How to keep your child from becoming a victim, or a monster, online September 16, 2014Is my child fast enough, strong enough and smart enough? Does my son read enough? Does my daughter get exposed to enough empowering influences? Will I be a disappointment to them? Those are the hardships of all parents, but now we also get to worry about video games and social media. If every generation of parents has new challenges, these issues are a large
- Karyn Polito visits Waterstone at Wellesley September 15, 2014"We owe it to our parents and grandparents to make sure that our communities are strong and to have policies in place to provide a safety net for their later years," said Karyn.
- Wellesley gets protective of its frogs September 14, 2014We're not exactly where in Wellesley this photo was taken, but a reader passed it along . The reader assured the photographer's brother that Wellesley has a very strong frog protection agenda and noted that there's talk of Wellesley College selling 40-some-odd acres to a Frog Conservancy.
- Nightmares And Darkness Follow Marine Home From Iraq War September 13, 2014Kevin and Joyce Lucey remembered their son, Jeff, in an interview with StoryCorps in Wellesley, Mass. Jeff, a U.S. Marine, took his own life months after returning from a deployment in Iraq.
- Wellesley MCAS scores are here September 20, 2014
- Columbia city councilwoman wants tobacco products restricted for those under 21 September 16, 2014A substance that kills on average 7,000 people in Columbia could soon be restricted to those 21 and under. After several failed attempts to increase the tobacco tax at the state level, ward one councilwoman Ginny Chadwick, wants action at the local level.
- BBK Worldwide Raises Growth Capital September 15, 2014Fueled by industry demand for the company's expertise in complex clinical trials and studies of rare diseases, BBK Worldwide , the flagship company of BBK Holdings, LLC, has secured more than $3 million in financing. The investment was led by a private investor with additional support from the company's Founding Principals, Joan F. Bachenheimer and
- Needham Property Tax Bill Among Top 30 Highest in State, Says Report September 12, 2014Weston ranked at the top in the comparison, with a $17,832 average annual property tax bill for homeowners. Duxbury has seen the biggest increase.
- 'Potential human remains of baby,' reportedly found in... September 12, 2014Investigators were working at the scene of a home at 23 St. Paul St. that they called a potential crime scene. According to WCVB-TV, NewsCenter5 in Needham , crews were having to use special gear because the home in infested with vermin.
- Wellesley Resident Recognized at New Beth Israel Deaconess Cancer... September 12, 2014Massachusetts State Senator Richard Ross presents Jennifer Pline, Wellesley resident and Chair of the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham Board of Trustees, with a citation to recognize the opening of the Beth Israel Deaconess Cancer Center and Surgical Pavilion in Needham. The state-of-the-art, 30,000-square-foot facility, adjacent to BID-Needham, featur
- Columbia city councilwoman wants tobacco products restricted for those under 21 September 16, 2014