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Len and Lesl…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Weekend rail service returning to the South Shore Weekend service on the Greenbush and Plymouth/Kingston branches of the Old Colony Line will began again on Dec. 27 after a two-year hiatus due to budget… Read more
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Somerville is a-changing. Back in the mid 1980's, the MBTA Red Line station opened in Davis Square. Since then, Somerville has been making a slow and steady move from 'Slummerville" to one of the hottest… Read more
Blogged Tue Jul 29, 2014 by Bill Patterson General Area Traffic & Public Transportation
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Len and Lesl…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Marshfield Municipal Airport aims for summer completion on runway expansion $15.3 million project forced the airport closed for three months  1 Wicked Local photo by Lisa Kashinsky | Substantial completion… Read more
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
President Obama recently proposed a new budget which included $100 Million in funding the MBTA Green Line expansion. Now under construction, the new Green Line will run on two lines from the soon-to-be-built… Read more
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617-461-4691…, Real Estate Pro in Somerville, MA
Cambridge Massachusetts has a variety of assets and challenges when it comes to public transportation. According to the City of Cambridge:"25% of people who live or work in Cambridge rely on transit. Many… Read more
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
NO CAR, NO PROBLEM. DEVELOPMENT IN GREATER BOSTONToday, Boston is undergoing something of a transformation. With a crane on every vista, it is safe to say that the Hub has rarely, if ever, seen a building… Read more
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Brian Grosch, Real Estate Pro in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
December 2013               If you didn’t know………………………….         There’s a new proposal for an… Read more
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Patti Fine, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Whether you love baseball or not, you can’t not be excited to see the Boston Red Sox in the World Series championship! Right now, the Red Sox have three wins over the St. Louis Cardinals,… Read more
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Sveta Vakhit…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Zipcar has relocated its corporate headquarters to South Boston from Cambridge.The company now occupies 46,000 square feet at 35 Thomson Place. The new space is 11,000 square feet larger than its former… Read more
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Tina Bilazar…, Real Estate Pro in Shrewsbury, MA
As a Realtor® there are many services that I provide to my clients, both Buyers and Sellers.  As technology changes and evolves, I am constantly evaluating new tools that can enhance my buyers’… Read more
Blogged Tue Aug 6, 2013 by Tina Bilazarian Traffic & Public Transportation Home Buying Moving
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Luciano Leone, Real Estate Pro in 01960
Flooding has long been an issue in our area, see what the town is proposing to do in order to mitigate it going forward. You think it will work??PEABODY — In heavy rain, Peabody Square can look… Read more
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James Daniel, Real Estate Pro in Cambridge, MA
As I was leaving the garage at Charles Square the other night after having dinner at Legal Sea Foods (The Wood Grilled Assortment was amazing!) I was stopped in my tracks. My favorite electric car was… Read more
Blogged Thu May 2, 2013 by James Daniel General Area Traffic & Public Transportation
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Len and Lesl…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
Study: Nearness to Public Transportation Strengthens Home Values   By: Esther Cho, DSNews.com, March 22nd, 2013A study released by American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and the National… Read more
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James Daniel, Real Estate Pro in Cambridge, MA
Can you believe it? Once this project has been completed property values near the new line will soar! http://rem.ax/1010pAu. Read more
Blogged Wed Mar 20, 2013 by James Daniel General Area Traffic & Public Transportation
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
The Boston Business Journal’s Galen Moore is right again, he usually is. Even though we complain about it and even though fares will go up again (oh, yes they will), we will still ride the train.… Read more
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ROSE MANNI, Real Estate Pro in 01803
THE DRIVING BAN IS BEING LIFTED AT 4 PM. Read more
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Bill Patters…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Entering... Davis Square, Doors Open On The Right.Everybody knows that the T brings value to the neighborhoods it serves. We all point to Somerville's Davis Square. In the 1980's, the 'slummerville' square… Read more
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Len and Lesl…, Real Estate Pro in Marshfield, MA
South River Water Main Work to Begin --- The Marshfield Mariner, October 24th, 2012The Marshfield Water Department hereby notifies all residents and users of South River Street, that the South River Street… Read more
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