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'Greater Somerville' says goodbye to summer

Joe Lynch and KyAnn Anderson say farewell to summer with a lively debate over a variety of local news stories.


Jack Russell terrier on the run from Peabody to North Reading

The public is being asked to be on the lookout for a Jack Russell terrier mix who has been on the run through several communities for nearly two weeks.


Reward offered for Rudy, dog lost in Westborough

The Coleman family of Westborough is asking for help finding their dog Rudy, who went missing on May 22 from his dog walker's yard in the Adams Street/Quick Farm Road area.


Watch 'Greater Somerville' at Democratic convention

Watch Joe Lynch at the 2014 Massachusetts Democratic Convention in Worcester.


Max the military dog to be buried Saturday in Methuen

As a bugler plays taps and a host of law enforcement and town officials stand guard, “Max” the war dog, who served in the US military from 2003-2007 before dying at age 10 on Memorial Day in 2012, will be laid to rest at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 14, at the MSPCA’s Hillside Acre Cemetery in Methuen,


Evan Falchuk, candidate for governor, on 'Greater Somerville'

On this Election 2014 special episode, watch United Independent party candidate for Governor of Evan Falchuk speak with host Joe Lynch about the new Massachusetts political party, its platform, and Falchuk’s campaign.


Newburyport’s Immaculate Conception School bids farewell to longtime teacher

NEWBURYPORT – While June 20th will mark the end of the school year for many students in the Newburyport area, it will also conclude forty years of dedicated classroom teaching by one of the Immaculate Conception School’s longest-serving teachers.


Have you seen this dog?

Stanley was lost near River Road and North Street in Andover, but he may have been spotted in Lawrence.


Community budget per person, 2012

Take the town budget and divide by the number of residents, and you get this chart. See where your town ranks. Summer communities -- with high warm weather populations but low permanent populations -- dominate the list. Wealthy communities, such as Weston, Lexington, and Cohasset are also ranked high.


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