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It will cost more to ride the T starting this weekend — and some routes will have decreased service.
Massachusetts' FY 2013 budget includes $5,000 for a low-energy street light pilot program in Natick.
Ruling strikes down other portions of Obamacare.
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Town officials will discuss increasing illegal parking fees with residents at a July 2 public hearing.
With temperatures forecast for the high 90s Wednesday and Thursday, Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency offers some suggestions for keeping cool.
The senator was recognized for her work to advance the biotechnology industry, her support of the issues important to the industry and her efforts to attract and retain life science companies in Massachusetts.
Residents spoke out against NStar Monday night at a public hearing to discuss the company's practices regarding cutting of trees near power lines.
The ballot will be finalized by AG's office on July 3.
Selectmen voted on a ice cream store and some supplies for the Senior Center at last night's meeting.
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