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Salem State students who began their college careers at Northern Essex Community College (NECC) or North Shore Community College (NSCC) will soon be able to receive their associate's degrees while still working toward a bachelor's degree through a new reverse transfer program.
The program allows students who transferred to Salem State from NECC or NSCC to apply for an associate's degree from their former institution once they accumulate a total of 62 combined ...
Assistant Professor of Management Suhaib Riaz is quoted in this article on the involvement of business schools in the discussion on economic inequality.
William Brah, director of the Venture Development Center, is quoted in this article on the benefits of student internships, which help students transition into careers as well as provide ties that encourage them to stay in the Boston area after graduation.
For the first time, Harford County will host an official Smithsonian exhibit when Journey Stories, a look at how and why Americans have traveled since the country's inception, opens at the Abingdon library branch Saturday.
The exhibit, which will be open though July 6, focuses on themes of immigration, migration and transportation and how these aspects shaped our nation.
Bethany Hacker, community relations specialist for Harford County Public Library, said the exhibit, which will open ...
The Stoughton High boys' basketball team gathered at X&O restaurant in Stoughton Thursday night, May 10 for a private banquet, to celebrate their historic 2011-2012 season.
The Knights ended the season with a 20-5 mark, and did what no other Stoughton team has ever been able to do, make the state semifinal at the TD Garden, home of the Boston Celtics.
Of the 93 teams in Division 2 high school boys’ basketball in Massachusetts, Stoughton High was one of the final four left standing. The ...
Westchester County residents age 60 and older who have not yet taken the county survey to learn if their incomes cover their basic needs without public or private subsidies are encouraged to do so at this time.
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Candidates from Millis, Braintree and Cambridge will be interviewed in the next three weeks.
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Adrianna Staff, left, a French teacher at Pierce Middle School, listens as longtime Milton resident Anne Thompson tells a story during the Mass Memories Road Show at the Milton Public Library on Saturday, May 12, 2012. Thompson recalled the day in 2007 when her husband, George, received the French Legion of Honor medal from President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Last update May 14, 2012 @ 05:53 AM
More than 150 people visited the town library ...
Vice Chancellor for Athletics and Recreation, Special Programs and Projects Charlie Titus is quoted in this article on NBA referee Ken Hudson, who founded the Boston Shootout program, which featured star basketball players from high schools around the country.
Dominique Thomas, nine, and her brother, Daniel, five, are shown in traditional Dominican dress. The children live in Milton with their parents, Cecil, a chef at Boston University, and mother, Elizabeth, a certified nursing assistant at Fuller Village. The family selected this photo for the Mass Memories Milton Road Show May 12 at the Milton library.
Last update May 12, 2012 @ 06:32 PM
Local residents showed a strong turnout Saturday to the Mass Memories Milton ...