Woman Tied Up, Man Beaten In Medford Home Invasion MEDFORD, MA – Police are investigating a home invasion on Doane Road early Monday. Shortly before 2 a.m., two people – one male, the other possibly female – forced entry into the home through... Read more … [Read more...] about Home Invasion, New Farmers Market Rules: Medford Top Stories
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MEDFORD, MA – The Medford Farmers Market will return this year, albeit with new health and safety measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The market will debut at the Condon Shell Thursday, June 4 and run weekly on Thursdays from 3-7 p.m. … [Read more...] about Medford Farmers Market Returning With New Coronavirus Rules
Address: 21 Point Rd, Norwalk, Connecticut Price: $3,800,000 Square Feet: 10157 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 9 Full and 1 Half Baths Built: 1932 Features: Set amidst architecturally significant multi-million dollar estates in the gated & guarded waterfront community of Wilson Point, this exquisite brick Georgian is one of it's most distinguished properties. No expense was spared in all phases of the design & complete re-construction in 2017/2018 as evident in the slate roof, inlaid Chestnut floors & mahogany mill work. Multiple French doors, terraces & balconies capture lovely waterfront vistas. It is the perfect venue for formal galas or just casual pool parties under the Loggia or in the Vermont styled Pool House. Sublime Master Suite w/His & Her paneled Dressing Rooms & 2 large balconies. Staff quarters. 4 floor Elevator. Generator. Spa. Child's Pool. Steps to the Association Beach, Clubhouse & Tennis.Exquisite brick Georgian in Wilson Point, completely rebuilt … [Read more...] about Norwalk’s Most Expensive House On The Market Is This One
Yes, our number of hospitalized patients appears to be holding steady at this moment. And yes, testing now is widely available. But people are still getting sick from the virus. People are still dying from it every single day. A vaccine probably remains a long way off. The information we get about symptoms and what’s safe and what isn’t safe keeps changing. And just because our hospitals have yet to be overwhelmed doesn’t mean that they won’t if we handle all this reopening badly. … [Read more...] about As our world reopens, can I trust you to keep me safe from the coronavirus?
I’d come to Mexico to partake in a culinary tour, the kind of region-to-region food pilgrimage more commonly experienced in the countryside of Italy or France, where one inches along, town by town, indulging in local specialties and roadside delights. The plan was simple: Land in Mexico City, meet up with a driver who came recommended, head south to the state of Morelos, which is famous for pork and chilies and their infinite permutations, then east to Puebla, where mole was invented (maybe), and finally back to Mexico City, a city that never sleeps in large part because it never stops eating. Before you hurl the magazine across the room in jealous disgust, let me assure you that my purpose is greater than mere indulgence—although there will be no shortage of it. I am here to ask the following questions: … [Read more...] about A Culinary Tour to Answer the Age-Old Question: Why Is Mexican Food So Good?