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Considering remaining on Planning Board until Cushing Village proposal is decided.
Remembered as a true gentleman, eloquent speaker and active member of the community.
Fifth-annual ArtNight features eclectic exhibit at Belmont Media Center
Volunteers in the News, Arts
Molly Lowrie spent a year bringing the sounds of joy to cancer patients.
Belmont's Collin Murray and a group of friends decide to introduce high tech engineering and cool graphs to the simple snowboard with growing success.
Despite some seeing a "flawed" article, Planning, Energy committees will work to create a better bylaw.
Opposition said relocating circa-1760 house should not mean losing park land.
An electrical substation, selling property so the Thomas Clark House has a new home and a temporary solar energy bylaw will be debated and voted.
Hip-hop suits Belmont High grad ('08) and Emerson student's personality and love for words.
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