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Fox News loves to push the Benghazi conspiracy thing, and, as part of that, made the claim 85 times that the military, which Fox claims could have made a difference there during the attack, had been told to “stand down” with that order coming directly from the White House.
A new police sub-station is in the works for Marstons Mills, a town solar project is coming along despite the winter weather we’ve been experiencing and we get a look at sports with Brenna McCoubrey.
My nephew and his adorable new bride inspired me to write a blog post with some simple recipes for the new Vitamix they received as a wedding gift.
Lots of myths out there about the president.
Before I dole out today's dose of misery, I will say that Bourne looks very nice with a snowpack.
Cape Cod often loses whatever snow we get after a few days, as some warm Gulf of Mexico air usually makes it up and ruins the scenery. If you're going to live in a cold climate, you really want that Currier & Ives thing now and then.
Some people latch on to an example or two and expand that to apply to whatever group they want to present as objectionable.
So, knowing a person or two who is abusing the unemployment benefits program means everyone on unemployment abuses the system.
The same goes for SNAP benefits.
On December 18, 2013, my husband, Al, and I met with Senator Michael Rodrigues from the Bristol-County District trying to modify the Patient Privacy Act. Here is a new Release.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Laura Oggeri
January 16, 2014 .
Senate to Appoint Special Committee on Section 35
Alberta Sequeira’s speaking engagement at the Lakeville Library in Lakeville, Massachusetts on Thursday evening, February 6th from 6-8 pm went well with close to 50 people attending. It was a night on the effect of alcoholism on the whole family and the addict. Ms. Sequeira introduced her new Narrative Non-Fiction What is and isn’t Working for the Alcoholic and Addict: In Their Own Words.