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A jury acquitted Newton police secretary Jeanne Sweeney Mooney of larceny Tuesday, despite testimony against her by the former police chief and the agency’s internal affairs officer, her attorney said.
Tasty Burger, the popular L Street eatery in South Boston, is closer to having outside seating for its patrons to the dismay of some residents.
Corcoran Jennison, the owner of the office building at 150 Mount Vernon St. in Dorchester, was recently approved by the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals to lease some of its space to the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Watertown police will speak to local residents in a community forum May 29 about the events that unfolded locally last month involving the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. The event, organized by the Watertown Police Foundation, will be held Wednesday, May 29 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Watertown High School.
Eight new condominium units will be popping up on the corner of Dorchester Street and Silver Street in South Boston, which is currently the home of Thornton's Flowers.
Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone is refuting claims that his recent stand against homophobic slurs was an act of favoritism.
In preparation for the upcoming summer weather, Marblehead residents will gather for the One Healthy Ocean Family beach cleanup.
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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