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Ted Kennedy print that pageTimeline of Ted Kennedy

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Kennedy entered the Senate in a November 1962 special election to fill the seat once held by his brother John. He was elected to a full six-year term in 1964 and was reelected seven more times before his death. The controversial Chappaquiddick incident on July 18, 1969, resulted in the death

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League), which includes Arlington High School, Acton-Boxboro High School, Bedford High School, Boston Latin School, Concord-Carlisle High School, Tyngsboro High School, Wayland High School, Westford Academy, Waltham High School, and South's rival, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School South

Kevin Youkilis print that pageTimeline of Kevin Youkilis

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bodied guy" by the Red Sox scout who recruited him. [ 6 ] Or, as Jackie MacMullan wrote for the Boston Globe : "He does not look like an MVP candidate; more a refrigerator repairman, a butcher, the man selling hammers behind the counter at the True Value hardware store." [ 7 ] Youkilis

Thomas Menino print that pageTimeline of Thomas Menino

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Born in Readville , a part of Boston 's Hyde Park neighborhood, Menino was educated at Chamberlayne Junior College ( AA , Business Management, 1963) and the University of Massachusetts Boston ( BA , Community Planning, 1988). He currently resides in Hyde Park with his wife, Angela Faletra

Same-sex marriage in Massachusetts print that page

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Although the U.S. District Court in Boston ruled in two related cases on July 8, 2010, that the provisions of the federal Defense of Marriage Act barring federal recognition of legally married same-sex couples are unconstitutional, the final judgment is stayed pending the federal government

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LeVeille, and Jordan Rich . The station has long been one of the highest-rated stations in the Boston area, [ 2 ] and covers much of the eastern United States and Canada at night with its 50,000- watt clear-channel signal from its transmitter location in Hull, Massachusetts , which has

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Political positions of Mitt Romney print that page

determine their own abortion laws and not have them dictated by judicial mandate. — Mitt Romney, ' Boston Globe , Op-Ed, July 26, 2005 During his 2007–2008 run for president, Romney declared that he thinks abortion should be illegal except in cases of rape, incest, and when the life

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Boston City Hall print that page

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The Boston City Council works from City Hall. Councillors for 2011 are: Felix G. Arroyo (at-large) Mark Ciommo , representing Allston and Brighton John R. Connolly (at-large) Robert Consalvo , representing Hyde Park and Roslindale Maureen Feeney , representing Dorchester Tito Jackson

Peter Gammons print that page

newspaper, The Daily Tar Heel . After graduating in 1969, he began his journalism career at The Boston Globe . [ edit ] Journalistic career [ edit ] Print Gammons was a featured writer at The Boston Globe for many years as the main journalist covering the Boston Red Sox . (1969

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B. J. Novak print that pageTimeline of B. J. Novak

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Novak was born and raised in Newton, Massachusetts , the son of Linda (née Manaly) and William Novak. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] His father has ghostwritten memoirs for Nancy Reagan , Lee Iacocca , and others. Novak's family is Jewish; his father co-edited The Big Book of Jewish Humor and his parents