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If opponents of the project are "against affordable housing no matter what, they should simply admit they don’t want poor people in the neighborhood," writes Max Chalkin in Boston.com's "Next Generation Blog."
John Alan Roderick received the 2012 Coach's Award; Little Leaguers and tee-ballers marched in a parade.
On Sunday, the archbishop of Boston performed mass at Saint Clement Parish, which was established in 1912 to serve the Somerville and Medford communities.
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Open Studios is this weekend. You don't want to show up without a plan of action.
Hale served in the Army Air Corpse in Europe in WWII and was a member of the Minuteman Chapter of the International Plastic Model Society.
The traveling exhibit lets children see animals from local waters.
Plus, students simulate a waterboarding, a network news anchor visits, some famous people come to a film festival and the mayor talks Wal-Mart on national TV.
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