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Beginning Sunday night for about six months, lanes will be closed in order to create work zones for substructure rehabilitation work.
Last year, 12 people contracted Lyme disease from tick bites in Brookline.
Currently, retail alcohol may not be sold until noon on Sundays—a remnant of the state's "blue laws."
Available positions include a civil engineer and maintenance worker.
A new commuter rail operator also took over.
The unemployment rate has dropped 1.4% since May of last year.
The "Brookline Remembers" program will be held at Town Hall at 11 a.m.
The pair beat out challengers Brooks Ames and Arthur Wellington Conquest III during the annual town election.
The annual town election is Tuesday. Voting will be held from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
With the economic benefits of legalized marijuana working for Colorado, is our state next in line?
The 2014 Pothole and Winter Recovery Program awarded $40 million for cities and towns across the state.
Kennedy's seat is up for re-election this fall.
The clocks will notify riders when the next bus on each route will leave.
U.S. Army sergeant was killed in a hit-and-run accident last week.
Health Department to hold clinic on Wednesday.
Clinton state representative says he’ll run for re-election instead.
Delegates will be elected to the Massachusetts Democratic Convention in June.
Holliston resident James Arena-DeRosa will launch his campaign at the Red Cross Food Pantry in Roxbury.
Suffolk University/Boston Herald survey has AG leading by 13 percent.
The Massachusetts Coalition to End Gun Violence issued a report Monday calling for stricter gun laws in the Commonwealth.