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Boston, MA Listing AlertsBoston, MA - $1,650 - Rentals - - Rooms:5 - Beds:2 - Baths:1/147 minutes agoBoston, MA - $449,000 - Condo - Low-Rise - Rooms:3 - Beds:1 - Baths:11 hour agoBoston, MA - $2,200 - Rentals - - Rooms:3 - Beds:1 - Baths:11 hour agoBoston, MA - $875,000 - Condo - Mid-Rise - Rooms:5 - Beds:2 - Baths:22 hours ago
Wellesley, MA Listing AlertsWellesley, MA - $3,900,000 - Single-Family - - Rooms:13 - Beds:5 - Baths:4/354 minutes agoWellesley, MA - $649,000 - Land - Acres:0.25Wellesley, MA - $1,550,000 - Single-Family - Colonial - Rooms:9 - Beds:5 - Baths:3/2Wellesley, MA - $599,000 - Single-Family - Ranch - Rooms:6 - Beds:2 - Baths:2
Needham, MA Listing AlertsNeedham, MA - $3,000 - Rentals - - Rooms:7 - Beds:3 - Baths:21 hour agoNeedham, MA - $9,989,000 - Single-Family - Colonial, Other - Rooms:17 - Beds:7 - Baths:5/2Needham, MA - $864,000 - Single-Family - Multi-Level - Rooms:9 - Beds:4 - Baths:2/1Needham, MA - $825,000 - Single-Family - Other - Rooms:8 - Beds:3 - Baths:3/1
- For Menino, tree-lightings provide last trip to neighborhoods December 8, 2013Standing in Hyde Square, outgoing Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino found himself engulfed in a mob of excited children clamoring to meet not him but Santa, who was handing out presents and candy canes.
- Brookline arson yields mystery. Not who did it, but why? December 8, 2013They were just two of many emergency 911 calls on July 26, one suburban and the other in Boston, three miles apart and seemingly unrelated.
- Leominster shop clerk facing counterfeiting charges December 8, 2013A Mechanic Street man who had been working at Ruz Custom Tees in the Mall at Whitney Field was arraigned in Leominster District Court on a single count of distributing counterfeit materials.
- Just In: Boston police officer wounded, suspect killed in Dot gun battle December 7, 2013Boston Police survey the scene moments after one of their fellow officers was transported after an officer involved shooting on Geneva Ave. and Westfield Street in Roxbury.
- Boston Police Officer Shot In Dorchester; Suspect Killed December 7, 2013Multiple sources told WBZ-TV that the officer was shot in the arm. That officer, identified by multiple sources as a member of Boston police's gang unit, was being taken to a Boston hospital.
- For Menino, tree-lightings provide last trip to neighborhoods December 8, 2013
- Winter Soccer with Super Soccer Stars December 7, 2013Give soccer a shot with Super Soccer Stars in Wellesley! Super Soccer Stars teaches soccer skills in a fun, non-competitive and educational environment.
- Mass. gubernatorial hopefuls stockpiling money December 7, 2013The election of Massachusetts' next governor won't happen for nearly a year, but candidates for the state's top political office are already busily stockpiling money.
- When Do Schools Close for Winter Break in Wellesley? December 7, 2013Wellesley Public Schools will close at the end of the day Friday, Dec. 20. Winter recess will run through Wednesday, Jan. 1. School will be back in session Thursday, Jan. 2. At Wellesley College, Res Halls will close 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21 for winter break.
- Wellesley Holiday House Decorating Contest: Go for the Griswold Award December 6, 2013Sure, Wellesley homeowners might have a reputation for being restrained when it comes to exterior holiday decorations, but the town's Recreation Department is encouraging you to go over the top with its Winter Wonderland Holiday House Decorating Contest.
- 'You're Not Special' writer, teacher McCullough to grant rare appearance at Wellesley library December 6, 2013David McCullough Jr., the Wellesley High School English teacher who gained nationwide attention -- and a book deal -- from his 2012 "You're Not Special" graduation speech , will speak at Wellesley's public library tonight.
- Coakley pledges better access to pre-kindergarten programs December 6, 2013Pushing education to the front of her gubernatorial campaign's agenda, Attorney General Martha Coakley on Thursday pledged to expand access to pre-kindergarten programs and eliminate the waitlist for early-childhood education.
- Special Town Meeting Warrant Articles Released December 6, 2013Two Special Town Meetings will convene Monday, Dec. 9, 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., respectively, at the Wellesley High School Katherine L. Babson Jr. Auditorium, 50 Rice St. All residents are welcome to attend the meeting in person, or follow the proceedings on the Wellesley Media Corporation's Government Channel, Comcast channel 8 and Verizon Channel ... (mo […]
- Partners HealthCare to be anchor tenant in first office building at Somerville's Assembly Row December 6, 2013Partners HealthCare System, the state's largest hospital and physician organization, will consolidate administrative operations from 14 sites in eastern Massachusetts and move 4,500 non-hospital employees into 650,000 to 700,000 square feet in a new office building scheduled to open at Somerville's massive Assembly Row development in late 2016.
- Wellesley Gets Into the Holiday Spirit This Weekend December 5, 2013Saturday: Partly sunny with a 30 percent chance of snow showers. It will be cooler with highs in the upper 30s.
- Wellesley Historical Society revamps its website December 5, 2013The Wellesley Historical Society has overhauled its website, giving a much fresher look to its online presence, which now exposes a lot more of what the organization has to offer.
- Winter Soccer with Super Soccer Stars December 7, 2013
- Needham Channel Small Business Spotlight: Nigohsian Carpet & Rug December 7, 2013Mark Silverman of the Needham Business Association hosts Meet Your Needham Merchants for The Needham Channel.
- Needham Resident Selected to Perform in Fisher Academy of Ballet's 'Nutcracker' December 6, 2013Needhamn resident, Emily Zhang, will be performing as a polichinelle in Fisher Academy of Ballet's Nutcracker in Foxboro MA Needham resident Emily Zhang was selected to perform in Fisher Academy of Ballet's "the Nutcracker," playing at the Orpheum in Foxboro on December 15th at 6pm.
- Needham Youth Services' "RAY of Hope Award" December 6, 2013Needham Youth Services' "RAY of Hope Award" Do you know a young person who has performed a service that you feel deserves recognition? Needham Youth Services, in conjunction with the Needham Business Association , is accepting nominations for their RAY of Hope Program .
- Newton Stores, Artists Encouraging Residents to Shop Local Dec. 13-15 December 6, 2013Shop locally from Dec. 13-15 and you can win prizes, enjoy arts and music and get special deals during the Shop Local event sponsored by groups in Newton and Needham.
- Partners HealthCare to be anchor tenant in first office building at Somerville's Assembly Row December 5, 2013Partners HealthCare System, the state's largest hospital and physician organization, will consolidate administrative operations from 14 sites in eastern Massachusetts and move 4,500 non-hospital employees into 650,000 to 700,000 square feet in a new office building scheduled to open at Somerville's massive Assembly Row development in late 2016.
- Needham Channel Small Business Spotlight: Nigohsian Carpet & Rug December 7, 2013