#EBDOTCOM: Candidates for State Representative in East Boston Answer Questions from Newly Formed Progressive Group

Source: Jesse Purvis, kollins@gmail.com EAST BOSTON (February 25, 2015)—A new and different bloc of East Boston progressives has extrinsic itself into a special choosing for State Representative by arising a claimant petition to a 6 people opposed for a chair vacated by Carlo Basile. Each claimant finished and returned a consummate questionnaire, that addressed in […]

Police blotter: Feb. 28, 2015

Posted: Saturday, Feb 28, 2015 12:00 am Police blotter: Feb. 28, 2015 Appeal-Democrat Appealdemocrat.com Felony Arrests Joel R. Alejo, 18, of a 2600 retard of Nevada Street, Live Oak, was arrested by a Sutter County Sheriff’s Department during 2 p.m. Feb. 26 during Erika and Epperson ways on guess of thievery and conspiracy. He was […]

The Weekender: Top Posts of a Week Include a Greenway Sculpture, Floating Bridge, Neighborhood Council Updates

Every week we tell The Weekender, recapping a tip stories of a week for your preference to keep adult with a internal buzz. Had a prolonged and chaotic week? We get it. Which is why we started to run weekly reports to find a most viewed posts, and The Weekender was born.  Photo credit: Courtesy of Studio Echelman. 10 Things to […]

2014’s master builder award winner returns to Autorama

The World According to Mandy Macomb Daily staff writer Amanda Lee gives her take on movies, music, television, technology, games, sports and even soap operas. Article source: http://thenewsherald.com/articles/2015/02/28/news/doc54f1da28bd629158226308.txt

Community Development Block Grant down $10,000; Lincoln Park community groups request funds

By Ryan Dunnrdunn@heritage.com Click to enlarge Lincoln Park is reviewing applications to award local organizations and city departments with nearly half a million dollars. Doreen Christian, assistant director of Lincoln Park Community Planning and Development, said the city received a federal Community Development Block Grant of $691,333 this year, down from last year’s grant of […]

Harrison Ford confirmed for Blade Runner sequel

Don’t believe a word Harrison Ford says. Despite the actor repeatedly saying he’d never return to his roles as Han Solo or Rick Deckard, he’s already shot Star Wars Episode VII and has now confirmed he’ll be returning for Blade Runner 2. The sci-fi sequel is set to start shooting next summer, 34 years after […]

Extreme weather events in our future climate

“When an extreme weather event happens, the public wants to know—is this climate change?” That statement by Lawrence Berkeley Lab’s Michael Wehner provided a good background for the session on climate change and unusual weather events that happened at the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The fact is, scientists aren’t […]

50,000 Uber driver names, license plate numbers exposed in a data breach

On Friday Uber posted a notice saying that the company had discovered that one of its databases had a point of entry for unauthorized users. On further investigation it found that “a one-time unauthorized access to an Uber database by a third party had occurred on May 13, 2014.” That database reportedly contained driver names […]

Zoombinis’ relaunch will target the iOS and Android markets

About 20 years ago, an educational video game called “Zoombinis” was launched to help children improve problem-solving skills. The game, from Broderbund Software, which was later acquired by a Houghton Mifflin Harcourt subsidiary, The Learning Co., ended up selling more than 1 million copies. Now the original creator, Cambridge-based TERC (for Technical Education Resource Centers) […]