Thursday May 16
Mass. man receives first of its kind bionic arm, hand
A south shore man became the first person in the United States to receive the world's newest bionic hand.
Wed May 08, 2013
Beacon Hill Times
Shop Local Movement Underway
The Beacon Hill Civic Association partnered with the Beacon Hill Business Association last Tuesday to co-sponsor a presentation at Hampshire House on the Shop Local movement, which promotes the hidden benefits of patronizing locally owned businesses and purchasing locally sourced goods.
The 10-Year-Old Inventor and the World's Cutest Patent Drawing
As a lawyer who works in Silicon Valley and Cambridge, Massachusetts, Len Nannarone has helped his fair share of tech companies.
Sun May 05, 2013
Farm to table dinner at Holly Hill Farm
Holly Hill Farm is having a farm-to-table dinner on Saturday, an event at which participants will visit the asparagus field and then dine on the crop.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
New selectmen chose in elections in Milton, Hingham, and Scituate
In Milton, challenger Kathleen M. Conlon unseated Robert C. Sweeney in the race for a selectman's seat while most of the other races in town went to incumbents.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Braintree 4th of July Parade Moves Forward With New Direction
Braintree will see a new route and shifted lineup for its 4th of July Parade this year after concerns over rising costs led to a change in leadership.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Dansville-Genesee Country Expres
In the Garden: Busy Lizzies have fallen on hard times
Downy mildew threatened the common impatiens used in the landscape, impatiens walleriana, also known as "busy Lizzie." The problem became widespread in the Northeast late last summer.