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Boy Scouts of America will take up the issue at is national board meeting next week.
The Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education unanimously voted today to increase the school's enrollment from 306 to 396 students.
Government, Volunteers in the News, Local Connections
State Sen. Jamie Eldridge was among those who put on an apron and lent a hand serving hungry families and individuals at the Pearl Street Cupboard & Café Tuesday night.
Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray will not run for governor in 2014, citing the demands of campaigning, serving in elected office and his desire to spend more time with his wife and two young daughters.
Government, Schools, Local Connections
The eighth-grade students asked the legislators what inspired them to get involved in politics and government.
Until a new law was signed by the governor on Friday, Massachusetts was the only state not to require nationwide background checks for school district employees.
The fingerprint background checks would also apply to everyone seeking to adopt children or become foster parents.
Government, Local Connections
The main reason is the elimination of the payroll tax.
The latest U.S. Census Bureau numbers puts the state’s population at 6.6 million an increase of 98,515 individuals from April 2010, the last census.
Police & Fire, Business, Awareness
A Framingham Court judge decided a pediatric dentist can continue to see patients while awaiting a court date on pornography charges.
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