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Government, Police & Fire
Killing of Woburn Police Officer Jack Maguire helped gain support for Melissa's Bill, which limits parole eligibility for convicted violent repeat offenders.
Legislators decide to take the bottle bill amendment — which would expand the kinds of bottles that can be recycled for cash — out of the jobs act.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Routine testing in July showed bacteria in more than one sample from the State Hospital water tower. Additional bacteria were not found. This is not an emergency and residents do not need to boil drinking water.
The governor on Saturday sent 'Melissa's Bill' back to the Legislature.
On Thursday, the Legislature approved a casino compact that was approved last week by the Senate. It now heads to the Governor's desk.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The ZBA has postponed tonight's meeting to August 6 after an accidental injury has left one of its board members unable to attend.
Government, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Here’s a look at today’s events.
Here's a recap of last week's headlines.
The bill both aims to ensure violent criminals stay behind bars while easing prison overcrowding by reducing drug-offense penalties.
Christian Carpenter and Bill Havey have been appointed as associate members to the Board of Water and Sewer.
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