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Recap and analysis of the week in state government.
Sudbury resident Leonard Simon announces his candidacy for Board of Selectmen.
Carmine Gentile is focusing on a new term on the Council on Aging.
Asian restaurant submitted plans to add the GameStop lot, which will be vacant Aug. 31.
Selectman candidate Dan DePompei alerts residents of Sudbury's way of spending.
Outgoing lieutenant governor said recent controversies had nothing to do with decision to resign.
CBS Boston reports Murray has a new job lined up already.
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One local blogger says Sudbury is suffering from a substandard relationship with its neighboring town.
In the latest You Ask, Patch Answers feature, we remind you of some important dates prior to the June 25 election.
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