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Start tomorrow? Plymouth companies hiring immediately

These companies in Plymouth are looking for people who can start immediately: 1. Remote* Customer Experience & Operations Assistant; 2. Customer Service Representative - 1st Shift; 3. Sales Consultant ( Remote ); 4. Licensed Medicare Insurance Sales - Work from Home, $600 Sign On Bonus;
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Jocko, Hudson's new K-9 unit, is gifted with crucial protective gear

HUDSON — Jocko, the Hudson Police Department's K-9 unit, will soon have new protection. Vested Interests In K9s Inc., a nonprofit based in East Taunton whose mission is to provide bullet- and stab-protective vests to law enforcement dogs and related agencies, has donated body armor to the Police Department for Jocko.

Baker assures 'programs in place' as federal government's eviction moratorium ends

BOSTON — With housing advocates cautioning that thousands of Massachusetts residents will be at risk of eviction or foreclosure after a federal moratorium lifts this weekend, Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday sought to reassure residents that rental and mortgage assistance resources are available to help at-risk families and individuals. A...
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Massachusetts’ Hmong community celebrates Lee’s Olympic glory

Suni Lee was fresh off her gold-medal-winning gymnastics performance at the Tokyo Olympics when Lisa Estrella Yang’s phone started “blowing up” with text messages from family members. Yang, who lives in Boston, and her 10 siblings were ecstatic that a fellow Hmong American was an Olympic champion. The 18-year-old Lee...

Opinion/Patinkin: A ringside seat for the Elorza-McKee grudge match

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Wednesday night fights, a special edition featuring Mayor Jorge Elorza and Gov. Dan McKee. The big event has proven a treat for all fans, whether at home or at ringside this week — in the park next to Hemenway’s restaurant in Providence. That’s where...
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Wagamama - Japanese Inspired Food - Boston, MA

While at Faneuil Hall in Boston, we wanted to grab a meal. Faneuil is a huge food hall of wonderful vendors with seafood, gyros, pastries, really anything you could possibly want for sale. It was packed, with hundreds of people fitting in the narrow hall all the food lines. I was amazed at how many people fit in such a tight space. It probably isn't the safest spot to go right now, but my boyfriend and I are vaccinated so we felt comfortable going.
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Condo of the Week: 1-Bedroom on Union Avenue in Framingham

FRAMINGHAM – On the market for almost 80 days is this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo on Union Avenue in Framingham. Located at 579 Union Avenue, is priced at $214,900. Built in 1954, the condo has 916 square feet of living space. “Sought after Prescott Gardens townhouse. In the kitchen there is...
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Green line trains crash in Boston, injuring 23 people

July 31 (UPI) -- Two Green Line trains crashed in Boston, injuring 23 people. None of the injuries were life-threatening, authorities said. The trains were running along Commonwealth Avenue west of Boston University when one train crashed into the other from behind Friday. The Boston Fire Department asked residents to...
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Tenants prepare for unknown as eviction moratorium ends

BOSTON (AP) — Tenants saddled with months of back rent are facing the end of the federal eviction moratorium Saturday, a move that could lead to millions being forced from their homes just as the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus is rapidly spreading. The Biden administration announced Thursday...
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North End Fitness Center Joins List Of Businesses Requiring Staff, Customers To Be Vaccinated

BOSTON (CBS) — Another local business is requiring all staff and customers to be fully vaccinated. Row Republic Fitness Center in Boston’s North End announced the new policy on Friday. Before they were requiring proof of vaccination in order for people to work out without masks but this policy takes it a step further. “Everyone wants some sense of normalcy, and they want to go back to what it was like before the pandemic, and we feel that when you have 100% when you come through these doors and you have 100% of people vaccinated, if you’re here for an hour, you can have that feeling here. You know that everyone’s protected, you know that you’re protected, you know that you’re in an incredibly safe environment,” said owner Joey Tagliente. Other Boston-area businesses including Jacques Cabaret and Middle East Nightclub are asking for proof of vaccination.
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Service Resumes On Green Line Hours After Crash, Operator On Leave

BOSTON (CBS) — MBTA service on the Green Line resumed on Saturday morning, hours after a crash on Commonwealth Ave. injured 25 people. The collision happened shortly after 6 p.m. Friday on the B Branch near Boston University’s Agganis Arena. One of the operators involved is on administrative leave, the MBTA announced Saturday afternoon. The employee has been with the agency for seven years. They were operating the first car of the two-car train that hit the other two-car train from behind. No other operators have been placed on leave. Shuttle buses had been in place between Kenmore and Washington Street. Green Line B...
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Tewksbury 12’s first defeated a tough North Middlesex team

RAYNHAM - The Tewksbury Redmen completed a mission of sorts when they reached the semifinals of the 12-Year-Old 70' New England Cal Ripken Regional Tournament with a 4-2 victory over North Middlesex (Pepperell), in the Elimination Round, last week at the RYBSA Complex. Tewksbury had high hopes coming into the...