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14 hrs ago | The Jewish News Weekly
He replaces Allen Selis, who was head of school for two years. Following an administrative restructuring, Guttenberg will oversee all school functions as executive director, including strategic planning and communications, while Rabbi Maury Grebenau will serve as principal.
Yesterday | Miami Today
Florida is known as a resting place for those in their twilight years. Now a study of cultural migration over two millennia illustrates the point.
When it comes to music, Phil Baker thinks listeners are being cheated. So when the seasoned product design engineer and WPI alumnus was tapped by Neil Young to collaborate on a high-resolution portable audio player, he didn't have to think twice.
Nine college students from Enfield who received scholarships from the Enfield Rotary Memorial Scholarship Foundation were recognized for their academic achievements during a luncheon Wednesday.
The eight year old girl was captivated as the Army Nurse assisted her mother at Fox Army Hospital at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., shortly after she had given birth to her sister some years ago.
The trustees of Harbor Towers have engaged George Thrush, professor and director of the School of Architecture at Northeastern University, for advice on proposed redevelopment plans for the Harbor Garage.
Haridy, of Egypt, was awarded the $5,000 scholarship, which is named after a past ASQ president, and supports a quality professional's graduate studies.
Northeastern University-born startup Flytenow has tweaked its business model following a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration that effectively bans plane-sharing.
The Westfield Foundation offers a scholarship to graduating high school seniors who are residents of Westfield, through the Westfield Foundation Clarence H. and Florence Horn Van Dellen Memorial Scholarship.
In the many decades before Arthur Louis "Lou" Eno Jr. died at the age of 90 last week, he made a name for himself in Lowell's legal circles, but few people are aware he also was known in cultural circles as poet Jack Kerouac's childhood friend.
COLLECTING SEEDS IS PART OF THE prairie restoration process at Midewin for summer interns David Evans, Pedro Solis and Erica Anderson.
GE Healthcare's decision to move potentially hundreds of jobs to Massachusetts - and the already-existing cluster of major life sciences companies - could help reduce health care costs and create greater access to cutting-edge medical technology in the Bay State, an expert told the Herald.
Nanonics Imaging , a pioneer in manufacturing of optically integrated scanning probe microscopes, reports on a highly successful workshop held last month, July 21-22, in the Physics department of Boston College.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 04:18 pm
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