Ethan Genter @EthanGenterCCT
CLINTON — When the Museum of Russian Icons opened in Clinton in 2006, it had between 200 and 250 of the sacred paintings provided by its founder, Gordon B. Lankton.
Ethan Genter @EthanGenterCCT BOURNE — Two people were taken to the hospital Saturday after a two-car crash on the Bourne Bridge caused one of the vehicles to roll over, a Bourne fire official said.Rescuers responded to the bridge about 4:30 p.m. and both people were taken to Falmouth Hospital, said Bourne Deputy Fire Chief David Pelonzi.Firefighters were at the scene for about half an hour, he said.Traffic was tied up in the area but one lane of the bridge was kept open in either direction....
Ethan Genter @EthanGenterCCT BOSTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded two Massachusetts programs more than $1.2 million to protect and enhance two estuaries under the federal Clean Water Act.The Buzzards Bay National Estuary Program received $632,000 and the Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program received $622,500, according to a statement from the EPA.They were two of 28 programs across the country awarded money.“Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay are...
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Selecting a term
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