- Less than 10%
- 10% to 14%
- 15% to 19%
- 20% or more
The West Nile virus also has been found in mosquito pools tested in Malden, Medford, Melrose, and Somerville.
The Wellesley Planning Board is seeking one resident and one representative from the commercial/business community to serve on town’s Route 9 Enhancement Study & Plan Stakeholder Group.
Funds to upgrade parts of Needham Street and Highland Avenue were approved by the Boston Regional Metropolitan Planning Organization on July 30, a Newton official announced.
Applications for the Lexington Police Department’s youth summer academy are due by Aug. 10.
Newton is still tinkering with the light signals at Centre and Beacon streets to find the best configurations to get pedestrians and cars moving through the intersection safely and efficiently.
Two firefighter/paramedics have joined the Bedford Fire Department after recently graduatingfrom the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy, said Fire Chief David Grunes.
Emerson Hospital will offer a self-defense seminar for females ages 13 and up from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Boxborough Police Sgt. William O’Brien has been promoted to lieutenant and second-in-
command of the Boxborough Police Department.
Registration is open for the 19th annual Dudley Pond Run, which will be held Sunday, Sept.
Democratic state Representative Chris Walsh of Framingham said the Legislature recently voted to restore funding for the Resiliency for Life Program at Framingham High School.
Sculptures by local artists are being exhibited along the Hopkinton Center Trail through September.
The state Legislature restored $500,000 in funding to the fiscal 2016 state budget that will be used to help mitigate overcrowding in Ashland’s schools.
A presentation and discussion on prescription opioid abuse and heroin use will be held Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. in Franklin High’s auditorium.
Newly released documents suggest how the Colts came to question Patriots footballs, and what Tom Brady said in his testimony.
In the aftermath of Monday’s powerful storm burst at the Lancaster, N.H., fairgrounds that led to two deaths, investigators on Tuesday disclosed that the circus operator had put the tent up without the proper permitting.
Those who monitor the catch of the once mighty ground-fishing industry have a fraught relationship with the fishermen who take them to sea.
Ten young students are participating in the East Boston YMCA’s “Urban Farm to Kitchen,” one of a range of healthy cooking classes offered.
The board of Baxalta said the offer significantly undervalues the company and “its attractive prospects for growth and value creation.”
Two ballot questions are proposed, setting the stage for a battle over the direction legalized marijuana could take in Mass.
The family of a black woman found dead in a Texas jail three days after a confrontation with a white state trooper filed a wrongful-death lawsuit.