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More than 200,000 low-income households expected to benefit.
Massachusetts Treasurer Steven Grossman cites fairness to brick and mortar businesses, as well as an additional $387 million in sales tax collected, as reasons to implement a state sales tax on online purchases.
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has awarded Plymouth $135,000 to kick-start the town's planned curbside recycling program.
The Plymouth Town Manager’s Solid Waste Advisory Group will hold an educational forum to present information and solicit public input on the various solid waste disposal options the Town is currently exploring.
The medical marijuana ballot initiative passed last Tuesday, which means up to 35 medical marijuana dispensaries can open in 2013. Would you be OK with having one in Plymouth?
Would it be Scott Brown? Congressmen Markey or Capuano? Tell us who you think should run.
Plymouth has been promised another $1.5 million from the state for infrastructure improvements and economic developement in the Downtown/Waterfront district in preparation for the town's 400th anniversary in 2020.
The Registry of Motor Vehicles branch at the Liberty Tree Mall is closed on Friday because of computer problems.
U.S. Senator Scott Brown will leave office in January. What should he do next?
Therese Murray defeats Tom Keyes for the Plymouth and Barnstable District in the Massachusetts state Senate.
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