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By KAREN GOULART FISHING EXPEDITION HINGHAM Just moments earlier, Dr. Lori Lerner was cracking jokes with the service members gathered for Hingham's fourth annual veterans' fishing trip.
By NANCY REARDON QUINCY - Verizon was working this morning to restore the city's 911 system which failed at 11 p.m. Tuesday. Emergency calls to Quincy police and fire are being bounced to Milton Police Department.
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1858 Aug. 7, Page 2 The Quincy Patriot THE CUSHMAN MONUMENT. The completion of the Cushman monument at Plymouth is to be celebrated on the 16th of September next, the anniversary of the departure of the Mayflower from Plymouth, England.
QUINCY - There will be an old-fashioned Ice Cream Social and Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 23 at Hough's Neck Congregational Church, 310 Manet Ave. The event will feature ice cream with all the toppings as well as a snack bar, children's activities, and more than a dozen fair and craft booths.
QUINCY - Registration for the Quincy Public Schools' Wollaston School Multilingual Pre-Kindergarten Program is reopening. This program is open to families that have two working parents, each working at least 30 hours a week, who meet state financial guidelines. The program hours are 8 a.m.
PUNK ROCK YOGA IN CHURCH Among the many things to love about Church, the heavenly new music club in the Fenway, is that you can attend Punk Rock Yoga every Sunday. It's a full yoga workout, but instead of chants or soothing tunes geared toward controlled breathing, you get old- school punk.
QUINCY - The city is launching an effort to retool its Web site, and it is asking residents for their ideas. Mayor Thomas Koch announced his plans for the Web site Tuesday.
My son is stationed in Baghdad, and I have yellow ribbons and a service flag displayed at my home to show my support for our troops. When you buy a condo, you sign a contract to agree to their rules. I know patriotism should never be questioned, but the rules were agreed to up front.
By JENNIFER SANTOS QUINCY It's not too often that someone would purposely choose to miss the senior prom or high school graduation - unless, of course, he was following his dream. Anthony Acito, 17, a member of the Quincy High School Class of 2008, did just that.
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