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Suffolk County Sheriffs Department

The Suffolk County Sheriffs Department is a law enforcement agency for Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States. The agencys primary responsibility is oversight of the Nashua Street Jail and the South Bay House of Correction in Boston, Massac ...

                                               

Fall River Government Center

Fall River Government Center is the location of the municipal government offices in the city of Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. Located at One Government Center, and constructed directly over Interstate 195, it was the first public buil ...

                                               

Lowell Fire Department

The Lowell Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Lowell, Massachusetts. In all, the department is responsible for 14.5 square miles with a population of 108.522 residents.

                                               

Massachusetts Call Volunteer Firefighters Association

The Massachusetts Call/Volunteer Firefighters Association represents more than 3400 call and volunteer firefighters and other emergency services personnel across the Commonwealth. The primary objective of this organization is to promote the welfa ...

                                               

Worcester Fire Department

The Worcester Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Worcester, Massachusetts. The department serves an area of 39 square miles with a population of 183.000 residents.

                                               

Belmont Public Library

The Belmont Public Library is a public library in Belmont, Massachusetts. It is a member of the Minuteman Library Network. It is located on Concord Avenue near Belmont Center.

                                               

Clapp Memorial Library

The Clapp Memorial Library is a public library in Belchertown, Massachusetts. Built in 1887 at the bequest of Belchertown native John Francis Clapp, the library is part of the Belchertown Center Historic District. Designed by New York architect H ...

                                               

Eastham Public Library

Eastham Public Library is the public library of Eastham, Massachusetts that has been serving the community for over 130 years. It provides a collection of print, non-print, and electronic resources for the community. The Eastham Public Library is ...

                                               

Jonathan Bourne Public Library

The Jonathan Bourne Public Library is a public library in Bourne, Massachusetts. Prior to 1891, the town lacked a public library, as it was a part of the town of Sandwich. The town of Bourne was incorporated on April 2, 1884. The Bourne library w ...

                                               

Maynard Public Library

Maynard Public Library is a public library at 77 Nason Street in Maynard, Massachusetts. The library is part of the Minuteman Library Network. The Maynard Public Library was founded in 1881. The library building at 77 Nason Street – formerly Roos ...

                                               

Newburyport Public Library

Newburyport Public Library, in Newburyport, Massachusetts, was founded in September, 1854, by Josiah Little. It opened its doors to the public on September 5, 1855, in Ward Room 4 of the new City Hall. On that day its collection amounted to about ...

                                               

Salem Public Library (Massachusetts)

The Salem Public Library is a public library at 370 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. The library building was constructed in 1855 for John Bertram, a prominent sea captain, and his family. 1 Dec 1887, in the family of Bertram wrote a letter ...

                                               

Shelburne Free Public Library

The Shelburne Free Public Library is one of two public libraries in Shelburne, Massachusetts. It is located at 233 Shelburne Center Road, in an architecturally distinctive 1898 Gothic Revival stone structure built out of local riverstone. The bui ...

                                               

Stoughton Public Library

The Stoughton Public Library is part of the Old Colony Library Network, a cooperative of libraries located on the South Shore of Massachusetts. In addition to books and print materials, the library offers patrons access to eBooks and databases th ...

                                               

Worcester Public Library

Worcester Public Library is a public library in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1859 when local resident John Green donated his personal library to the city for public use. In 2004, the Worcester Library Foundation was establ ...

                                               

Berlin Town Hall (Berlin, Massachusetts)

The Berlin Town Hall is an historic town hall at 12 Woodward Avenue in Berlin, Massachusetts. Built in 1870 and enlarged in 1904, it served as the town hall until 1999, and continues to serve as a local community meeting space. The building was l ...

                                               

Cheshire Town Hall Complex

The Cheshire Town Hall Complex is a three-building set of municipal structures at the junction of Church and Depot Streets in Cheshire, Massachusetts. Built in 1898, the town hall is a prominent local example of Colonial Revival architecture, and ...

                                               

Dunstable Town Hall

Dunstable Town Hall is a historic town hall at 511 Main Street in Dunstable, Massachusetts. The architecturally eclectic 1.5 story brick-and-stone building was built in 1907-8 to a design by Warren Lyman Floyd, a local architect. It was a gift to ...

                                               

Goshen Town Hall

Goshen Town Hall is the historic civic heart of the town of Goshen, Massachusetts. Located at 42 Main Street in the village center, it is a fine example of Classical Revival architecture, built out of locally quarried fieldstone. The building, wh ...

                                               

Hancock Town Hall

Hancock Town Hall is a historic town hall on Massachusetts Route 43 in Hancock, Massachusetts. It was constructed in the Greek Revival style c. 1852, using timbers from a previous meeting house. The building served a number of municipal purposes, ...

                                               

Needham Town Hall Historic District

The Needham Town Hall Historic District is a historic district on Great Plain Avenue between Highland Avenue and Chapel Street in Needham, Massachusetts. It encompasses Needham Town Hall, a Georgian Revival structure built in 1902 to a design by ...

                                               

Old Town Hall (Pittsfield, Massachusetts)

The Old Town Hall is a historic building on Park Square in the heart of downtown Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Located at 32 East Street, on the corner with Allen Street, this 1832 building served for 135 years as the center of municipal government. ...

                                               

Reading Municipal Building

The former Reading Municipal Building is a historic building at 49 Pleasant Street in Reading, Massachusetts. Built in 1885, this two-story brick building was the towns first municipal structure, housing the town offices, jail, and fire station. ...

                                               

Saugus Town Hall

Saugus Town Hall is a historic town hall on Central Street in Saugus, Massachusetts. It was built in 1875 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

                                               

Upton Town Hall

Upton Town Hall is a historic town hall at 1 Main Street in Upton, Massachusetts. The Late Gothic Revival/Queen Anne brick building was built in 1884 to a design by Worcester architects E. Boyden & Son. It features irregular massing typical of Qu ...

                                               

Uxbridge Town Hall

Uxbridge Town Hall is the town hall of Uxbridge, Massachusetts, located at 45 South Main Street. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1879 and added to the historic registry 100 years later. Amos P. Cutting of ...

                                               

Wellesley Town Hall

Wellesley Town Hall is located at 525 Washington Street in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Occupying a prominent location in Hunnewell Park near the towns central business district, this Romanesque stone building was designed by Shaw & Hunnewell and bu ...

                                               

West Stockbridge Town Hall

West Stockbridge Town Hall is the seat of government of the town of West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It is located at 9 Main Street. The two story Greek Revival building was built in 1854, and has retained much of its original woodwork and integr ...

                                               

Winchester Town Hall (Massachusetts)

Winchester Town Hall is a historic town hall at 71 Mount Vernon Street in Winchester, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story brick building was built in 1887 to a design by Rand and Taylor. It was funded in part by a bequest from William Parsons Winchester ...

                                               

Ash v. Childs Dining Hall Co.

Plaintiff was injured by a tack in her blueberry pie at the defendant’s restaurant. Pie was made by the defendant on its premises. Blueberries came in ordinary quart berry baskets, from which the tack was probably from.

                                               

Commonwealth v Griffith (MA 1823)

Commonwealth v Griffith is a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court case that dealt with a slave catcher named Camillus Griffith who recaptured an African American slave named Randolph. The issues brought up in this case were Griffith not attaining ...

                                               

Healthcare disparity in Massachusetts

Healthcare disparity in Massachusetts refers to the issues in access to, and treatment of, the residents of the state of Massachusetts. Many factors contribute to healthcare disparity, including access, behavioral risk factors, family history, so ...

                                               

Atrius Health

Atrius Health formed in 2004, is a not-for-profit, 501 tax-exempt organization, and is the largest independent physician-led healthcare organization in the Northeast. Atrius Health delivers a system of connected care for more than 740.000 adult a ...

                                               

CHNA20

A Community Health Network Area or CHNA is a coalition of various people including representatives from local communities, non-profits, and private sectors. As a coalition, CHNA members work together in order to improve the health of communities ...

                                               

Health Leads

Health Leads is a national healthcare organization that connects low-income patients with the basic resources they need to be healthy. Health Leads intends for healthcare providers to routinely take into account the social and economic reasons pe ...

                                               

International Society for Disease Surveillance

The International Society for Disease Surveillance is a 501 3 nonprofit organization, based in Boston, Massachusetts and dedicated to the improvement of population health by advancing the science and practice of disease surveillance. ISDS facilit ...

                                               

Lifeline Systems, Inc.

Dibner, a psychology professor at Boston University, was on sabbatical at Duke University in 1972 when he conceived the idea that, if an elderly or disabled person falls and/or needs help, it could be of life-saving benefit to have a technology i ...

                                               

Network for Excellence in Health Innovation

Network for Excellence in Health Innovation, formerly New England Healthcare Institute is a member-based, non-partisan research and policy organization.

                                               

Seed Global Health

Seed Global Health, formerly known as Global Health Service Corps, is a non-profit organization started in 2011 which helps to provide nursing and medical training support in resource-limited countries. Seed Global Health collaborates with the Pe ...

                                               

Ashby Police Department (Massachusetts)

The Ashby Police Department has the primary responsibility for law enforcement and criminal investigation within the town of Ashby, Massachusetts. The Ashby Police Department is currently composed of one Chief of Police, one Sergeant, five full-t ...

                                               

President of the Massachusetts Senate

The President of the Massachusetts Senate is the presiding officer. In the United States Congress, the Vice President of the United States is the ex officio President of the United States Senate. In Massachusetts, however, the President of the Se ...

                                               

List of Massachusetts Senate delegations

The Massachusetts Senate is the upper house of the Massachusetts General Court, the bicameral state legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Senate comprises 40 elected members from 40 single-member senatorial districts in the state. ...

                                               

List of United States Representatives from Massachusetts

The following is an alphabetical list of members of the United States House of Representatives from the commonwealth of Massachusetts. For chronological tables of members of both houses of the United States Congress from the state, see United Sta ...

                                               

List of United States senators from Massachusetts

Below is a chronological listing of the United States senators from Massachusetts. According to the Seventeenth Amendment to the United States Constitution adopted in 1913, U.S. senators are popularly elected for a six-year term. Elections are he ...

                                               

Baldwin, Michigan

Baldwin is a village in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 1.208 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Lake County. The village is located on the boundary between Webber Township on the north and Pleasant Plains Township on the ...

                                               

Centreville, Michigan

Centreville developed around a tavern founded there in 1831 by European-American settler, Thomas W. Langley. It was incorporated as a village in 1837. Centerville is located in the Langley covered bridge, a historical monument.

                                               

Charlevoix, Michigan

Charlevoix is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2.513 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Charlevoix County. Charlevoix is mostly surrounded by Charlevoix Township, but the two are administered autonomously.

                                               

Corunna, Michigan

Corunna is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 3.497 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Shiawassee County. The city is located within Caledonia Charter Township, although it is an independent political entity. Andre ...

                                               

Escanaba, Michigan

Escanaba is a port city in Delta County in the U.S. state of Michigan, located on Little Bay de Noc in the states Upper Peninsula. The population was 12.616 at the 2010 census, making it the third-largest city in the Upper Peninsula after Marquet ...

                                               

Gaylord, Michigan

Gaylord is a city in and the county seat of Otsego County, Michigan, United States. The population was 3.645 at the 2010 census. The city is also the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gaylord, the smallest settlement by far serving as the loc ...