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Honor Society Inducts Port Chester's Chevalier
Alexandra Chevalier, a Port Chester resident, was recently inducted into the Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society at Stonehill College in Easton, Mass.
Needham Bank Board Announces Orderly Succession Plan
April 14, 2014 - Needham Bank's Board of Directors today announced a succession plan that will see long-time Chair and Chief Executive Officer Jack W. McGeorge hand off the CEO role in April, 2015, to President and Chief Operating Officer Mark Whalen, while retaining the Board Chair role.
Honor Society Inductions at Stonehill College
The following local residents were inducted into the national honor society of their field of study at Stonehill College in Easton, Mass.
No break for some at Stonehill
Several local students at Stonehill College spent their spring break helping those in need as part of the school's HOPE Alternative Spring Break Program.
On Wrestlemania weekend, a look at baseball players in wrestling
Wrestlemania, the "showcase of the immortals," originates from New Orleans this weekend.
Westfield District Court Judge Philip Contant feted with courtroom...
A humbled Westfield District Court Judge Philip A. Contant was the victim of a ruse Wednesday when some of the most prominent names in the judicial system gathered to surprise him on his 30th anniversary on the bench.
Sizemore's revenge: scrap heap acquisitions that didn't pan out for Red Sox
With Opening Day just a few days away, Grady Sizemore is poised to come north with the Boston Red Sox.
Baker camp confident ahead of GOP convention
On Saturday, more than 2,000 delegates will descend on Boston University's Agganis Arena for the 2014 Massachusetts Republican Party convention, where they decide if gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker will face a primary challenge from tea-party devotee Mark Fisher.
WBUR Poll Shows Coakley Maintaining Large Lead In Governor's Race
Attorney General Martha Coakley maintains a solid lead in a gubernatorial race that appears to be making little impression on Massachusetts voters, according to a new WBUR poll.