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Experts: Mass. Fiscal Alliance voter fraud claim off base
The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance asked Secretary of State Bill Galvin to ensure that more than 700 registered voters who cast ballots this fall in eight cities across the state "do not continue to taint our elections," hinting at fraud. But a trio of independent experts who study elections and elec
The race is on: 2019 Wellesley Town Election
Wellesley’s March 5, 2019 Town Election isn’t going to be a quiet one. Almost half of the eleven open town-wide Board and Committee seats will have more than one candidate vying for them. Was it really only a few years ago (2013) that not a single town-wide office seat was contested? Times have chan
Franklin DPW Director 'Brutus' Cantoreggi to take town administrator job in Norfolk
FRANKLIN – After 13 years as director of the Department of Public Works, Robert "Brutus" Cantoreggi is moving on to become the town administrator in Norfolk. The announcement was made Wednesday during the Town Council meeting, where council members praised Cantoreggi's work and wished him luck. As D
Medway couple has fostered 18 children affected by opioid crisis
MEDWAY – Things are getting cheaper by the dozen in one Medway house, as Shelly and Tami Sepulveda discuss foster care, adoption and drug-exposed infants. Over the years, the couple has fostered 18 children, have one biological child, and have adopted five; their most recent adoption was finalized i
High School Notebook: Ashland senior Ari Dinerman keeps things light with dancing for wrestling team amidst tough times off the mat
“You should see him at Bar Mitzvahs and weddings on the dance floor,” said his mother, Davida. Oftentimes at wrestling practice, the 113-pound Ashland High wrestler will start to boogie – with the popular dance to the 2016 hip-hop song “Juju On That Beat” being one of his go-to bops.
Eugenia (Jose) (McQuinn) Bacchiocchi, 97
FRAMINGHAM – Eugenia (Jose) (McQuinn) Bacchiocchi, 97, “Jean” as everyone called her, passed away Saturday, January 12, 2019 at home in Framingham. She was the daughter of the late Marie & Alipo Jose, and the beloved wife of the late Cpl John M. McQuinn who was killed in action. in Korea in 1950.
George De Loreto, Sr., 81, Army Veteran
FRAMINGHAM – George J. De Loreto, Sr., 81, a longtime resident of Framingham, died Friday, January 11, 2019 after a lengthy illness. Born in Everett, he was the son of the late Joseph & Lillian (Carnabucci) De Loreto, and the beloved husband of Attilia “Tillie” (Manuel) De Loreto.
Big Head Todd & The Monsters’ Front-of-House Engineer Andy Torri Says His Encounter With Bose ShowMatch System Was Truly a Day at the Beach
Framingham, MA – Andy Torri has mixed front-of-house for Big Head Todd & The Monsters nearly since the celebrated group debuted in the mid-80s. Torri came on board with Denver natives The Monsters in 1989. “I was just out of school for music and sound, and I wasn’t finding any jobs,” he recalls. “Th
LISTEN: Algonquin boys hockey wins Daily News Cup
Winners of the 19th annual Daily News Cup, the Algonquin boys hockey team visited Cassell's Corner podcast to talk about claiming the cup a year after losing in the finals of the tournament.
Superintendent Tremblay Postpones Calendar Vote For Feedback
FRAMINGHAM, MA- The Framingham School District's 2019-2020 calendar draft is done and Superintendent Tremblay wants residents to weigh in it. The Framingham School Committee was presented with the draft calendar at their meeting on Jan. 2. That meeting also sealed the fate of the debate to rename Co
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Sherborn's Shooting Stars staging pet supply drive
The Shooting Stars, a third-grade Destination Imagination team from Pine Hill School in Sherborn, is organizing a pet supply drive for Medfield Animal Shelter as part of a service learning project.
A Taste of ArtWeek to be tastier this year
FRANKLIN – ArtWeek events will be on a more palatable level this spring. After regulations approving food trucks and beer gardens was passed in late 2018, Stacy David, chairperson of the Franklin Cultural Council, said they’re expecting this year’s kickoff event to be a lot more flavorful.
Middlesex bank donates $100K to Discovery Museum
Middlesex Savings Bank in Natick has given $100,000 to the new Discovery Museum in Acton. The museum reopened in March 2018 after an $8.8-million renovation doubling the size of the original museum.
Dover-Sherborn freshman Reese O'Connell squares off against Hopedale freshman Bri Frongilo in big win for Raiders
HOPEDALE — After beating Hopedale in overtime on Jan. 2, the Dover-Sherborn girls basketball team faced the rare challenge of facing a non-league opponent for a second time on Monday night when the Raiders visited Draper Gym.
The Dennis Ozer story on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young
He’s survived growing up in Brooklyn, NY, coaching basketball in Europe, and two bone marrow transplants that have saved his life. Oh, and on top of that he’s been running a few successful businesses including HYP yoga studios in Needham and Wellesley. The Dennis Ozer story on In the Weeds with Jimm
New LabElite® DeCapper SL Expands Hamilton Storage LabElite Product Family
Small Footprint Saves Valuable Space During Manual and Automated. Franklin, Mass. (January 14, 2019) – Hamilton Storage introduces a new member of the LabElite® product family with the launch of the LabElite DeCapper SL. The LabElite DeCapper SL rapidly decaps sample containers to increase sample th
Symphony Pro Musica – Knights and Wizardry concert on Sunday
This weekend, Symphony Pro Musica is holding two performances of its 2nd concert of its 36th season. Once again, one of the performances will be held in Southborough at St. Mark’s School.*
Celebrating 20 years, 'community' is the heart of Dover's Open Fields theater
Maureen Sullivan Maureen Sullivan email@example.com — DOVER — Keith Greenfield does his best impression of Kermit the Frog while leading a group of youngsters in performing “The Rainbow Connection” from “The Muppet Movie.”