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Transit police detectives said they believe the motorist who crashed into the concrete barrier on top of the Alewife par...
02/07/2023
For those who use Alewife Station to commute to Boston, it's time for Plan B

Transit police detectives said they believe the motorist who crashed into the concrete barrier on top of the Alewife parking garage did so intentionally, but they are not providing any additional information at this time.

David Talanian said he will bike to Davis Square in Somerville to take the bus or use the shuttle bus to get to Harvard Square and catch a train.

Loyal Companion's Massachusetts locations include Acton, Bedford, Beverly, Boston (two), Cambridge, Canton, Concord, Ded...
02/06/2023
Pet store chain with 18 stores in Mass. will shut down as part of Chapter 11 filing

Loyal Companion's Massachusetts locations include Acton, Bedford, Beverly, Boston (two), Cambridge, Canton, Concord, Dedham, Littleton, Medway, Newton, Shrewsbury, Stoneham, Stow, Sudbury, Wayland and Wellesley.

"With a heavy heart, we want to inform you that we've made the tough decision to close our Loyal Companion stores," the company stated on its website.

If your family has roots in Salem, Peabody, Gloucester, Ipswich, Saugus, Danvers and a handful of other nearby communiti...
02/05/2023
You might have this pair to thank for saving your ancestor's gravestone

If your family has roots in Salem, Peabody, Gloucester, Ipswich, Saugus, Danvers and a handful of other nearby communities, it's likely these two have preserved your ancestor's gravestone.

Cemeteries are outdoor museums and caring for them is an art. Meet Rachel Meyer and Josh Gerloff of Epoch Preservation. They save history from time.

Looking for a different hot beverage experience? Try a tea house.
02/03/2023
Escape from the cold and indulge in afternoon tea

Looking for a different hot beverage experience? Try a tea house.

Arlington resident Adel Donegan started Vintage Tea and Cake Company 10 years ago. Today, she has two locations in Belmont and Lexington and caters.

Out with the new: Seeing the value in renovating rather than tearing down properties built in the 1800s.
02/01/2023
Picks of the week: Historic condos in Boston and beyond

Out with the new: Seeing the value in renovating rather than tearing down properties built in the 1800s.

Picks of the week: Here are five condominiums located in Boston and beyond that were built in the 1800s and have been completely renovated.

Learn about African American patriots such as Crispus Attucks, Phillis Wheatley, Prince Hall, and Peter Salem.
01/31/2023
History to come alive for Black History Month at Freedom Trail

Learn about African American patriots such as Crispus Attucks, Phillis Wheatley, Prince Hall, and Peter Salem.

The lives of African American patriots will be celebrated with special tours on Boston's Freedom Trail during Black History Month in February.

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MA AGO caught in "WEB OF LIES" as evidenced Judicial abuses, Undisclosed Conflicts of Interest, RICO/Collusion, Color of Law violations, etc... continue to be exposed in MASSACHUSETTS
Global law firm - K&L Gates LLP, representing counsel for Bank Defendants: (1) WELLS FARGO; (2) US BANK; & (3) CITIGROUP, receives offer to resume a legal settlement discussion after new Discovery evidences more undisclosed conflicts of interest between their clients and the presiding Massachusetts Superior Court Judge - Hon. Janice W. Howe (Ref. HARIHAR v WELLS FARGO et al, Docket No. 1981-cv-00050, Middlesex Superior Court, Woburn, MA).

According to Judge Howe's Statements of Financial Interest (SFI) -filed with the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission, the presiding judge has owned stock, financial interests, etc... with ALL three (3) named Bank Defendants since 2017. This new discovery is incremental to the Plaintiff's prior discovery which first evidenced an undisclosed conflict of interest with Judge Howe's husband - Douglas Howe, Jr., who has been a licensed Real Estate/Insurance Broker in the Town of Andover for decades. As a matter of record, Mr. Howe is (at least in part) believed to have been involved in thousands of business transactions with these National lenders.

Despite the initial conflict with her husband, Judge Howe refused to recuse and continued to rule despite clear disqualification. Now, with this new discovery, the Plaintiff is calling for Judge Howe's removal from the Bench and to re-establish jurisdiction, if Bank Defendants decline the Plaintiff's good faith offer to resume and ultimately reach a legal settlement agreement.

Click on the attached (below) to read the legal commuication delivered Friday, December 2, 2022 to K&L Gates representing attorney of record - David E. Fialkow, Esq.

To learn more about the litigation history, visit: mohanharihar.academia.edu

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wdgSnMNwWu3ub-z14Mc5E5ta7NUPngXN/view?usp=share_link
Nashoba Players Sells Out Opening Weekend of Musical “Bee”; Only Two Shows Remain

WESTFORD: The Nashoba Players are spelling out serious comedy in their current musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, with music & lyrics by William Finn, a book by Rachel Sheinkin, conceived by Rebecca Feldman, and with additional material by Jay Reiss. It’s all the buzz:

"Omgoodness! I am STILL laughing from Opening Night on Friday! Absolutely fantabulous! You won't want to miss this!" - D. Lauffer

"Great show! Excellent cast!!!" - R. Earley

"The show was so funny and each were perfection in their respective roles!!!" - M. Padoll

“If you haven’t got tickets to see this show, you are TOTALLY missing out on some AWESOMENESS!!!! I laughed so much, my face hurt!!!!” – M. Coughlin

Sponsored by Padma Sonti Homes, performances of The Nashoba Players’ “Bee” continue October 28 and 29 at 7:30pm in the The Parish Center for the Arts (PCA), 10 Lincoln Street. Tickets are $27.75pp online; $30 per person at the door if available, as opening weekend sold out! (Cash/checks only at door). For ticket reservations and information, please visit www.nashobaplayers.org.
Local "Celebs" Take the Stage in Nashoba Players "Bee"

"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" is being presented by Nashoba Players as part of their 45th Anniversary season. With an award-winning slate of actors taking on some local "celebrities" in spelling competition, it's an evening sure to be full of laughs, goofs and giggles. Can you spell C-O-M-E-D-Y? Shows are running October 21, 22, 28 & 29, 7:30pm, at the Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street in Westford. For tickets and information, visit www.nashobaplayers.org! (This production is rated PG-13)
Anyone know what they are doing with all the RR ties under the power lines on Gilson Rd.? It looks like a track of some kind.
"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" is being presented by Nashoba Players as part of their 45th Anniversary season. Shows are running October 21, 22, 28 & 29, 7:30pm, at the Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street in Westford. For tickets and information, visit www.nashobaplayers.org! (This production is rated PG-13)
"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" is being presented by Nashoba Players as part of their 45th Anniversary season. Shows are running October 21, 22, 28 & 29, 7:30pm, at the Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street in Westford. For tickets and information, visit www.nashobaplayers.org! (This production is rated PG-13)
"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" is being presented by Nashoba Players as part of their 45th Anniversary season. Shows are running October 21, 22, 28 & 29, 7:30pm, at the Parish Center for the Arts, 10 Lincoln Street in Westford. For tickets and information, visit www.nashobaplayers.org! (This production is rated PG-13)
Littleton Common, aerial view of Memorial Day flag display honoring our Veterans
For more information or to register, visit www.artsnashoba.org/paint-party.html!
Week #1 of the "Skill for Life" Series is almost here! The first show is this MONDAY 2.28.2022. Make sure to register, you DO NOT want to miss this.....
Show #1: Positive Spin:
Using a combination of comedy, story-telling, music, imagination and yo-yos, Ooch teaches his audience how to look at and react to disappointment in a positive way by unlocking the power of PERSPECTIVE! Once able to see negative situations in a new light, students are then ready to level-up by learning how to "step back and reset" in times of frustration or anger. It only takes a couple of seconds to "step back and reset" and those precious seconds can change everything!
Date: Monday, February 28th, 2022
Time: Doors open at 5:30pm / Show: 6pm-7pm
Location: Littleton High School Auditorium
Cost: FREE
Ages: ALL
Town Website: https://www.littletonma.org/.../spe.../pages/ooch-experience
MyRec Registration Page: https://littletonma.myrec.com/.../program_details.aspx...
Presented By: Littleton Public Schools, Littleton Parks, Recreation and Community Education, Littleton Elder and Human Services Department/The COA, Town of Littleton Massachusetts
Thank you to Middlesex Savings Bank for supporting our community and families thru a generous donation to make this series possible!
Brett Outchcunis, an educator, entertainer, kid communicator and motivator known as “Ooch.” Ooch has a special place in Littleton as he preforms each year at the Camp Tahattawan.
Like TED Talks for kids, Brett uses his experience, energy and his talents as a disc jockey and yo-yo champion to give individuals tools and techniques for navigating everyday life. For the first time, EVER, parents and kids are invited to participate TOGETHER in “Skills for Life,” a seven-week series of family programs designed to help build social and developmental skills.
https://youtu.be/k0HWG1vkHXc
JOIN The Ayer Cultural Council & the Friends of the Ayer Library TOMORROW for the Ayer Holiday Treasure Trove!! Books, Gifts, Treasures & Treats - November 6, 2021, Noon-5pm in The Great Hall, Town Hall, One Main Street in Ayer!
Join the Friends of the Ayer Library and Ayer Cultural Council at the Holiday Treasure Trove with shopping galore and extra fun, family-friendly treats! There’ll be a craft sale, a book sale, raffles, kids crafts, and local celebrities reading to kids in the Book Nook.

Please consider bringing a broken/used/previously played with toy (1 per child) for recycling. Working with charitable mission partner Terracycle-Hasbro, you can give your well-loved toys and games a second life by recycling them. It helps out Santa, the Elves, AND the planet!

The Ayer Holiday Treasure Trove will take place in the Great Hall at Ayer Town Hall on November 6 from noon to 5pm. For more information, contact [email protected] or [email protected].

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/254889226456724
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