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Nostalgic Neon Signs Light Up The Greenway

BOSTON (CBS) – A Malden collector is about to light up the Boston night with historic neon signs he’s been gathering for decades. They are a glimpse of history, and you can see them on the… 387 more words

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Royal Wedding Boosts Sales At Plymouth Shop

PLYMOUTH (CBS) – Excitement is hitting a fever pitch in England over this weekend’s royal wedding, but across the pond, Americans are also getting in on the fun. 335 more words

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The Future Of Boston Transportation: Will Self-Driving Cars Mean Safer Streets?

BOSTON (CBS) — As WBZ celebrates our 70th anniversary we are also looking ahead to the next 70 years. The city’s newest neighborhood has become the test track for what could become the future of transportation for all of Boston and beyond. 864 more words

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The Dramatic Transformation Of Transportation In Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Boston traffic. It’s the worst. Well, actually it’s the 14th worst, just ahead of Istanbul. And it will come as no surprise to drivers who take the Southeast Expressway that this route ranks as the… 699 more words

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Museum Of Fine Arts Hosts Ceremony For 187 New US Citizens

BOSTON (CBS) – In the hit musical “Hamilton” there’s a song with a line that says: “Immigrants, we get the job done.” Well, nearly 200 people got the job done Monday in Boston, with a new beginning. 225 more words

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Eye On Education: STEM Activities Exposing Girl Scouts To New Career Possibilities

BOSTON (CBS) – If you’ve ever been involved with Girl Scouts or known one, then you know it isn’t all just about camping and cookies. 431 more words

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Bob Schieffer On The Role Of The Press, Challenges In White House Coverage Today

BOSTON (CBS) — On Tuesday, veteran CBS journalist Bob Schieffer was at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library to discuss his new book. Before his panel began, he took some time to discuss the current state of journalism and the presidency. 1,275 more words

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