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Last updated on Wednesday December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm
Here's a sample of the holiday fun that awaits.
The main course at Tuesday's annual Thanksgiving luncheon to honor immigrants was cooked up by the Trump administration, which has elected to end Haitians' seven-year-old temporary protected status in the U.S. in July 2019.While guests cleared their plates of stuffing, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce, speaker after speaker in the Great Hall dug into the federal policy that was announced the night before.The federal government allows the nationals of 10 countries, [...]
To sign up for any or all of these programs or events, call 781-769-0200, ext. 110, email norprograms@minlib.net, or stop by the library Reference or information Desk.Food for Fines in NovemberHave overdue books or other items from the Norwood Library? During the month of November, the Morrill Memorial Library will accept donations of nonperishable food in exchange for waiving fines incurred for overdue Norwood materials. All donations go to the [...]
A rise in fatal accidents caused by distracted driving and advances in technology prompted Gov. Charlie Baker to throw his support on Tuesday behind a ban on using handheld devices while driving, giving a boost to an initiative debated for years by policy leaders and increasing pressure on the House to act on the matter.The position also represents an evolution on the issue by the governor who in February said he believed texting, and not talking, presented the biggest danger, and [...]
Proponents of a major sales tax cut and supporters of a $15 minimum wage and a paid family and medical leave proposal say they've gathered more than enough signatures to advance their proposals, setting up issues showdowns in the Legislature in early 2018.Raise Up Massachusetts, the coalition behind a 2014 earned sick time ballot law and an income surtax that's also targeted for the 2018 ballot, says it has accumulated more than 275,000 raw signatures to submit to local city and [...]
Thirty-three awards given to firefighters from 22 departments
The Arredondo Family Foundation gave away hundreds of Thanksgiving turkeys to Veterans and their families in Massachusetts last week, including locations in Norwood, Fitchburg, Holyoke, Dorchester, and the Hanscom Air Force Base.The Arredondo Family Foundation was established in 2015 by Carlos and Mélida Arredondo, after Carlos lost his son, Alex, a US Marine in Iraq, and his younger son, Brian, to suicide. Its mission is to "provide educational [...]
The first Thanksgiving is steeped in lore and surrounded by myths. Here's a look at how the history of the holiday actually unfolded.
Visitors to any of the state agencies in the McCormack Building across Bowdoin Street from the State House now have to show a photo ID to enter, part of a new policy that took effect Monday.Under the new visitor access policy, anyone without a state employee ID now must present a photo ID at the "security visitor management desk" in the lobby, the Division of Capital Asset Maintenance and Management said. The ID policy mirrors procedures in place at other city highrises and office [...]
For more than 100 years, there were no wild turkeys in Massachusetts.
Eddie Zullo has been volunteering with A Place to Turn on Hartford Street in Natick for 20 years. He remembers what the building used to look like, how bags and boxes would be packed and unpacked, how staffers would meet with clients old and new.What he remembers most about those early days — the lines of people waiting outside in the freezing cold."It was so cramped," he said.There is now a waiting area and a private space where staff can meet with clients. There is [...]
Singing in the holiday season, the Dedham Choral Society opens its 2017-18 year with a concert titled “A New England Nativity,” featuring composers with local connections at 8 p.m. Dec. 1 at Holy Name Church, 1689 Centre St., West Roxbury.Local residents preparing for this concert include Elaine Benkoski, Mary Lesa, Dave Brady, Mary Lynn Davis, Christine Diaz, Erin Gallagher, Eileen Gibney, Gloria and Edd Lee, and Lindsay Trementozzi. The choir will be accompanied by [...]
For more than 100 years, there were no wild turkeys in Massachusetts.Hunting and increased development completely wiped the birds out in the state, but in the past few decades the large birds have rebounded in a big way. Turkeys are increasingly popping up in urban and residential areas."It is a great success story we were able to get them re-established," said Wayne Petersen, director of important bird areas for Mass Audubon. [...]
A recap and analysis of the week in state government.Horse racing in Massachusetts has been on the decline for many years now, but horse-trading is alive and well on Beacon Hill.The Legislature came down the homestretch last week with blinders on looking to finish what it could before the holiday recess, while Gov. Charlie Baker had his eye on next year -- which happens to be his re-election year -- as he filed new legislation and took executive actions to ramp up the [...]
Travel times could be more than three times longer over the holiday week
The United States is a diverse country. We are a culturally, intellectually, and religiously diverse people, and our regional foods reflect that. Every state, and even every city can lay claim to its own slice of American culinary culture. Buffalo, New York contributed the chicken wings that are so popular on game day, Philadelphia is all about the cheese steak, and it is hard to think of Chicago without thinking of deep dish pizza. While New England may not have a dish as popular as the [...]
WESTWOOD — Two people were hit by a car in Westwood Sunday afternoon.Police responded to a report of a crash around 3 p.m. involving a single vehicle and at least two pedestrians in the crosswalk by Pond Street and Lakeshore Drive.Witnesses said a father and a son were the victims. A red bike was lodged underneath the car involved in the crash."It looked like he (the son) was out, like he was passed out, but his eyes were open," Timothy Seales said. "He was [...]
CURIO Market + Whimsy, a new curated indoor market featuring art, photography, fine craft, wood, clothing, holiday, workshops and more, will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 17 at the Norwood Space Center, 83 Morse St.CURIO will host a curated selection of vendors including arts, textiles, crafts, vintage, foods and more. Short workshops and learning opportunities will be available. Located in an old mill building that is being renovated, its [...]
Hershey, a beautiful Siamese-Himalayan mix showed up where dedicated NVHS supporters have been feeding a large feral colony for many years. Unfortunately, feral colonies will not typically allow newcomers. So these wonderful people made sure he got his own food. They soon realized he’s friendly. Although Hershey doesn’t seem to mind the other cats, he is intimidated if they come close to him and is easily frightened. Hershey would do best in a home where he can be lavished with [...]
Fifteen years after voters approved the so-called English immersion law, the Massachusetts Legislature on Wednesday approved a bilingual education reform bill designed to give educators more flexibility in teaching English language learners.A conference committee report filed Tuesday night by House and Senate negotiators was endorsed by the House 155-1. The Senate approved it unanimously as the branches wrapped up formal sessions for 2017. Informal sessions will continue for the [...]
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