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When things go bump in the night – what does that mean from a real estate perspective?
Hurricane Sandy took down trees, wires and branches all over town on Monday, keeping public safety personnel busy.
Students at Lynnfield Preschool visited the Lynnfield Senior Center on Tuesday morning and then had annual parade for their parents and teachers.
Which pet picture is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below.
The two-point lead is well within the poll's margin of error.
Schools, Count Us In, Halloween
LHS Key Club members seeking donations for UNICEF this Halloween to help eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Trick or treating tonight. Also - Library wants your input for a survey about eReaders.
The largest electric utility in Massachusetts, National Grid - said Tuesday that it would offer exact power restoration estimates later in the afternoon after Hurricane Sandy moved through on Monday.
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