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Outgoing lieutenant governor said recent controversies had nothing to do with decision to resign.
Water rates to jump to $5.67 per 100 cubic feet while sewer rates will increase to more than $11 per 100.
CBS Boston reports Murray has a new job lined up already.
Town Treasurer releases names of residents and others whom the town believes are the owners.
Recap and analysis of the week in state government.
Construction could begin this summer after board gives tacit approval of project's massing and height.
Selectmen also meeting with Capital Budget Committee to discuss prioritizing large town projects. Snow budget busted.
A second year of state waivers will allow historic pool to open for 101st season.
Results from a recent executive survey ranked Massachusetts 47th for business.
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