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Are You Owed Some of the State's New $100M in Unclaimed Property?
Provided by the Massachusetts Unclaimed Property Division: Treasurer Steven Grossman announced that the state has added in the last six months more than 45,000 unclaimed properties in excess of $100 million combined that are owed to people and businesses.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
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Hardware Products Co. Resigns 32K SF Chelsea Lease
Landlord Combined Properties leased the property at 191 Williams St. The company has been located at the same site since 1986.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Tammy Faye Starlite switches from Nico to Marianne Faithfull
There are few femme fatale rockers in the league of Nico , and Tammy Lang, as her notorious musical alter ego Tammy Faye Starlite , was hardpressed to come up with a followup to her brilliant Nico: Chelsea MA dchen performance piece.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Police Log: Police Make Four Arrests
Tuesday, Feb. 25 At 11:55 a.m., a person reported that someone wrote a vulgar message in lipstick on her car when it was parked on Executive Park.
Cleaning company ordered to pay $1m in back wages
The Peabody cleaning contractor went to great lengths to keep from paying its employees overtime issuing checks under false names, altering time cards, and workers cash, according to a US Department of Labor investigation.
Hearing on sale of Union Square Post Office
Somerville will host a public meeting Thursday to discuss the impending sale of the historic Somerville Main Post Office in Union Square.
Officials to gather at charity St. Patrick Day's dinner
A large turnout of statewide and regional elected officials and office seekers will gather at a charity St. Patrick Day's dinner organized by state Senator Sal DiDomenico, an Everett Democrat, on Friday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Charlestown.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Vincent Convincingly Wins Democratic Rep. Primary
Arriving at her victory party on Tuesday night at Antonia's was RoseLee Vincent with Mayor Dan Rizzo , husband Rich and Warren Tolman, candidate for Attorney General.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Another woman attacked in East Boston
The Boston Police Department is offering two free self-defense programs for women who live in East Boston after a spate of assaults in recent weeks, including one attack on Friday night.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Public hearing on Somerville Main Post Office
The public is invited to comment on potential adverse effects resulting from the sale of the historic Somerville Main Post Office in Union Square at a public meeting held by the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission on Thursday, March 6 at 7 p.m. in the 3rd floor conference room at City Hall, 93 Highland Ave. The Post Office at 237 Washington ... (more)
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Mystic Table Beer a session saison
Mystic Brewery's Table Beer seeks to recreate a piece of brewing history. Those familiar with brewing history will be aware that in some times and places, beer was drunk more frequently than water.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Looking at Casino Impacts on Charlestown
Rutherford Avenue is a road to be usually avoided at certain times of the day. The recent potholes are not the reason as much as the traffic gridlock that one encounters.
Cape Cod Times
Gants leading push to expand housing court statewide
About 30 percent of people in Massachusetts do not have access to a housing court, a problem that would be addressed by a proposal offered Wednesday by leaders of the judicial branch.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
32BJ Seiu New England District 615 Endorses Roy Avellaneda for State ...
Today, Roy Avellaneda, candidate for the 2nd Suffolk seat, announced his endorsement by 32BJ SEIU New England District 615.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Man Dead after Jumping from Tobin Bridge
A 43-year-old Medford man has been identified as the jumper that took his life from the Tobin Bridge Friday morning during rush hour.
Boston couple found guilty of human trafficking
A Massachusetts man and his wife have been found guilty of running a sex-trafficking operation in the Boston area, becoming the first people convicted under the state's anti-trafficking law.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Suppliers struggle to keep up road salt stocks
"We haven't gotten to the point where there's absolutely nothing in the yard," said Joe Foti, director of public works in Chelsea.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Salt Supplies Running Low Across Mass.
Road salt. With more snow headed here for Tuesday, just about every New England community needs more of it at this point, but it's been hard to come by.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Chelsea stabbing victim dies
A man found early Saturday morning inside of a Chelsea apartment suffering from serious stab wounds died hours later, police said.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
UMass Donahue Institute will look at whether online classes can help boost graduation rate
University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute researchers will look at high schools with high dropout rates, including schools in Holyoke and Springfield, to determine whether online courses help keep students in school.