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Twining Properties breaks ground on Cambridge property

Twining Properties recently broke ground on Mass+Main, a 308,000-square-foot development in Cambridges Central Square. The project will create 308 mixed-income apartments and 17,000 square feet of retail overlooking Lafayette Square, on the MBTAs Red Line and between MIT and Harvard University. Loca

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-18 00:45:04

New big man in town: Cambridge commissioner meets community over coffee

A small girl with big curly hair and curious eyes approached Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville Bard Jr. last Saturday morning at Sarahs Market and Caf. She wished to report a traffic violation. A car went through the light when it wasnt their turn, she said quietly but firmly. Commissioner Bar

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 22:57:28

Cambridge, Newton Top List of Best Places to Raise Kids

CAMBRIDGE, MA - Two Massachusetts cities have topped a list of best cities in America to raise kids in 2017. Both Cambridge and Newton cracked were listed in the top 10 of the list, which was created by National Council for Home Safety and Security and based on a number of important factors, includi

PATCH - 2017-11-17 16:40:25

Check Out Upcoming Events On The Cambridge Calendar

Arlington, MA (October 2017) Celebrating 25 years of performances, and recently voted one of 12 Great Childrens Theaters Across the US by Backstage Magazine, Arlington Childrens Theatre (ACT) is thrilled to announce their performances of the beloved classic, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.Friday,

PATCH - 2017-11-17 15:05:55

Man Fatally Shot In Busy Cambridge Neighborhood

CAMBRIDGE (CBS) - Police are investigating after a man was fatally shot in a busy Cambridge neighborhood described as normally "very safe." A man in his 20s was found suffering from a single gunshot wound Thursday around 7:30 p.m. at the intersection of Tremont and Hampshire Street. The man, who has

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-17 08:45:57

Anyone with any information is asked to call Cambridge Police at 617-349-3300.

One person was dead after a shooting just blocks away from Cambridge's Inman Square. The shooting happened after 7 p.m. in the area of Tremont Street and Hampshire Street. Authorities said the victim suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen area. The man in his 20s was transported to the hospital and

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 11:33:25

Local graduate students, universities fear impacts of GOP tax plan

Jack Nicoludis spends much of his time trying to understand how the molecules of life work. In a biochemistry laboratory at Harvard University, he studies proteins crucial to brain development. Nicoludis, a sixth-year chemistry Ph.D. student at Harvard, is one of scores of graduate students across t

METROWEST DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-18 02:05:08

Family medicine physician and author bringing good health to Southcoast

FAIRHAVEN - Family medicine physician Dr. Kevin Gendreau is on a quest for wellbeing - his own and his patients' - and he wouldn't want to practice medicine anywhere but close to home. Gendreau, after studying in Philadelphia and completing his residency in Boston, recently came home to set up his p

HERALD NEWS - 2017-11-17 20:09:59

Dallas County Shape Up results for week 3 released

The Dallas County Health Department reported Shape Up results for week three. The person with the most weight loss was Dan K. with 2.06 percent. The activity challenge was to log at least 10,000 steps per day or 45 minutes of activity for a minimum of four days during the week. The nutrition challen

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-17 23:45:00

Crash kills Buffalo woman near her hometown

NEAR BUFFALO, Mo. -- A woman from Buffalo is dead after a crash near her hometown. Troopers say Barbara Blair, 77, drove her vehicle off of Highway 32 about five miles east of Buffalo. The car then hit a culvert and overturned. This is the 94th deadly crash in Troop G in 2017.

KYTV - 2017-11-16 22:10:00

Richard Fordyce appointed as state executive director of FSA

The Trump administration recently appointed Richard Fordyce as the new state executive director for the USDA Missouri Farm Service Agency. Fordyce will join the Missouri FSA team on Nov. 13. Fordyce was the Missouri director of agriculture from 2013 to 2017. He recently finished an 11-year term on t

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-17 08:45:00

Dr. Yousef Ibrahim joins Buffalo Eye Clinic

Dr. Yousef Ibrahim, who grew up in Salem, has joined the staff at the Buffalo Eye Clinic. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Missouri State University, graduating from the Honors College in 2013. After receiving his Doctor of Optometry degree with honors from the University o


Buffalo man charged after allegedly shooting into a house

Mark M. Minor, 39, Buffalo was charged in Dallas County Circuit Court with the Class E felony of unlawful use of a weapon. Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney Barbara J. Viets charged that on Nov. 6 Minor discharged a firearm into a dwelling house located at 67 Sterling Lane. There was no bond in thi


Thankful for veterans and annual Veterans Day Parade

Immediately after that parade, we rented a house and moved here. We've attended all of the parades since. Even though this year's parade was shorter, we enjoyed it. Thank you to all veterans and your families. Thank you for helping us make patriotic memories with our grandchildren and great-granddau


Colonial Springs competes, wins at Golden Age Games

Residents of Colonial Springs Healthcare Center participated in the 22nd annual Golden Age Games in Bolivar on Oct. 13, in the Meyer Wellness Center at Southwest Baptist University, 1600 University Ave., Bolivar. The Golden Age Games gives seniors living in long-term care facilities a chance to part

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-16 09:15:00

Informational adoption meeting to be on Nov. 18

The Adoption Triad of the Ozarks will host an informational meeting concerning the Breaking the Seal event in Jefferson City from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Library Station on North Kansas Expressway in Springfield. There will be birth parents, adoptees and others on hand to answer


17th Annual Pierre Parade of Lights to kick off holidays on Monday

The 17th Annual Pierre Parade of Lights on Monday, Nov. 20, will be a great way to kick off the holiday season of shopping locally, Laura Schoen Carbonneau told the City Commission this week. She's the CEO of the Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce. She said the parade float lineup begins Monday at 5 p

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 06:38:00

SD's new class of certified law officers includes a Pierre police woman

South Dakota Attorney General, on the left, will take part in graduation ceremonies at 10 a.m., Friday, Nov. 17, for about 47 newly certified law enforcement officers at the Mickelson Criminal Justice System in Pierre.(Courtesy of the attorney general's office) South Dakota Attorney General, on the

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 06:38:00

Pierre XC holds awards banquet

The Pierre Cross Country team held their annual awards banquet at the Riggs High School cafeteria on Thursday night. Many awards were given out at the banquet. Special team award included the 7th Year Achievement Award, Best Manager, Future Lady Governor and Future Governor Award, Most Improved from

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 06:38:00

Fort Pierre Bicentennial Theme of Featured Tree in Christmas at the Capitol Display

Each year, the Christmas tree display at the State Capitol Building in Pierre features one large tree in the rotunda area with around 90 other trees displayed throughout three levels of the building. In honor of its bicentennial, the city of Fort Pierre was chosen to decorate this year's featured tr

DRGNEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 08:00:00