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Menino’s Lead Shrinks to Smaller, Still Insurmountable Gap

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Menino’s Lead Shrinks to Smaller, Still Insurmountable Gap

Trailing badly in the polls heading into last night’s final mayoral debate before the November 3 election, Councilman Michael Flaherty needed at least one headline-grabbing slip-up—if not dozens—by his opponent to boost his odds of winning to ‘not quite impossible.’ Yet Menino kept his composure, flawlessly moving through his talking points with the deftness of, […]

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Menino to Face Flaherty in November General Election

Filed in Featured, Headline, Local News, Politics by on September 22, 2009 0 Comments
Menino to Face Flaherty in November General Election

It looks more and more like Mayor Thomas Menino is on his way to an unprecedented fifth term in office. With every precinct reporting, Menino placed first amid the four candidate field with 51 percent of the vote in his favor. His closest challenger, and the man he will now face in November’s general election, […]

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Beyond the Hooker

Filed in Lifestyle, Local Events, Local News, Politics, Things To Do by on August 11, 2009 0 Comments
Beyond the Hooker

Beneath the gold dome atop Beacon Hill, past and present live together in the same house—the Massachusetts State House. Similar to a museum, it houses famous paintings and sculptures. As the seat of government for the Commonwealth since its construction in 1798, this historic building holds even more significance. Like any other place of government, […]

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