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- Tempers flared at East Boston restaurant after World Cup soccer match, but not because of the outcome August 19, 2014The owner of a Colombian restaurant on Saratoga Street and police traded accusations of insolence at a hearing today on incidents during and following the Colombia/Brazil World Cup match on July 4. El Kiosko, 972 Saratoga St., was before the Boston Licensing Board to explain a patron brawl just outside its doors and how a customer came to be found ... (more)
- Run Bloody, Muddy, and Wild: Quirky Runs Coming Soon Near Boston August 19, 2014Whether you're looking for mud, tutus, beer, zombies, or wild animals, these quirky and fun races coming up are sure to motivate you to get off the couch and into your running shoes.
- Pedestrian killed in Cambridge car crash August 19, 2014One pedestrian is dead after being struck by a car in Cambridge Tuesday morning.
- Curbed Comparisons: What $2,500 a Month Rents You Right Now Around Boston August 19, 2014Given that prime leasing season is upon Boston like a storm cloud, we thought we would run down five properties in four different areas for rent right this very second at two and a half grand.
- A shift in the waterfront tower wars August 19, 2014There is, after all, something absurd about a group of wealthy people who live in 40-story towers along the waterfront complaining loudly that somebody else wants to erect tall buildings next door.
- Tempers flared at East Boston restaurant after World Cup soccer match, but not because of the outcome August 19, 2014
- 24-hours of barefoot soccer kicks off at noon this Saturday, Aug. 16 August 16, 2014The annual 24 hours of barefoot soccer event started up at noon on Saturday, Aug. 16 and goes until noon Sunday, Aug. 17. Looks like it should be great weather in which to play.
- Wellesley School Superintendent David Lussier joins Twitter August 15, 2014Wellesley School Superintendent David Lussier has kicked off his third year on the job by getting a little more social: He's now on Twitter.
- Four Play: Quarterly Filers' Biggest Mistakes August 15, 2014Weeks ahead of the next quarterly deadline for filing estimated taxes marks a good moment to look at what these filers often do wrong.
- Move over Wellesley Country Club: Mini golf business opens in Linden Square August 14, 2014For those of you sick of bank after spa after bank filling storefronts across Wellesley, there's a new business in town that should earn your patronage: a glow-in-the-dark miniature golf course dubbed Glowgolf .
- Can a machine provide reliable mental health counseling? August 14, 2014When one considers the central pillars of mental healthcare, psychotherapy and psychiatry come to mind.
- Dover Saddlery Reports Second Quarter 2014 Financial Results August 11, 2014Total revenues for the second quarter of 2014 increased 6.2% to $24.4 million, compared to revenues of $22.9 million achieved in the second quarter of 2013.
- Tiny Hanger expanding from Brookline into Wellesley August 7, 2014Tiny Hanger , a mom-owned retailer of little kids' clothes, shoes and gifts, has announced that it will be opening a location this month at 200 Linden St., in Linden Square in Wellesley.
- Domesti-violence law shields accused abusers August 7, 2014Beacon Hill lawmakers are supposed to approve public-safety laws protecting the state's citizens -- not laws making it easier for suspected criminals to evade exposure.
- Open garden tour to piggyback on North 40 trail walk August 4, 2014Weston Road community gardeners plan to host an open garden tour on Saturday, Aug. 9 from 9-11am, complementing the North 40 guided trail walk organized by the Wellesley Trails Committee from 9-10am that day.
- State Treasurer candidate Tom Conroy campaigns on 'strong financial management' August 4, 2014Tom Conroy, a candidate for state treasurer, says he has ideas to help improve the Massachusetts economy and ensure the state's long-term fiscal health -- and the practical knowledge and experience to make that a reality.
- 24-hours of barefoot soccer kicks off at noon this Saturday, Aug. 16 August 16, 2014
- Patrick's buffer bill veto knocked by area lawmakers August 14, 2014A Needham state representative said Gov. Deval Patrick was misinformed and his staff declined to meet with her before he vetoed a bill last Friday that would have authorized the state to purchase a highway buffer zone along Interstate 95. Patrick vetoed the bill saying it would effectively "prevent the construction of a much needed affordable ... (more)
- Patrick Vetoes Needham Bill, Says It Would Block Housing August 12, 2014Legislation nominally calling for a highway buffer zone in Needham has been vetoed by Gov. Deval Patrick, who says the bill would effectively prevent the construction of a "much needed" affordable housing project.
- Doug Goodale of Morristown, New Jersey and Massachusetts Hits the Trails on Cape Cod August 11, 2014NEEDHAM, MA, USA, August 9, 2014 / EINPresswire.com / -- Doug Goodale of Morristown is an educator who has spent the last eleven years teaching English at two Benedictine Catholic Schools.
- Graphic: Ebola virus outbreaks August 6, 2014As the Demoulas family supermarket spectacle drags on, James Gooch and Felicia Thornton are trying to return Market Basket's 71 stores to normal operations.
- Mass. Colleges Make - Top 20 Sober Schools' List August 4, 2014The most recent college rankings of the top party schools and "sober schools" were revealed on Monday.
- Patrick's buffer bill veto knocked by area lawmakers August 14, 2014