Below following are “snarq-filled” featured stories about the news of the day, with most of it breaking badly bad news©.
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The New York Times columnist David Brooks has offered a hypothetical review of his expectations of an Elizabeth Warren presidency set in 2050 and the assessment is not pretty. Basically, she gets little done.
While long suffering Quincy residents have yet to see just desserts served to long deserving local hacks, they can look elsewhere around the Commonwealth for signs of hope for a less bad future.
Just when the hard-bitten and even harder drinking Quincy Quarry News crew thought that they had seen it all, something previously unimaginable comes across the news wire.
Investigators also noted that the targeted ATV rider was not close to hitting the trooper as well as did not meet the risk threshold to fire a weapon in self defense.
Madera County Animal Services took the bird into custody uninjured. At the same time, officers stated that they do not know whether the emu escaped from a nearby farm or a moving vehicle.
The State Police Association of Massachusetts (“SPAM”) names a new president Tuesday after its second president resigned in less than a year.
Braintree Preliminary Mayoral Election Results: Kokoros and Reynolds advance to November general election
Recently cashiered and thus now former Director of the Registry of Motor Vehicle’s Merit Rating Board but still until the end of December Braintree Town Council member Thomas Bowes, however, finished a distant fourth in a four horse race. A very distant fourth.
Correia finished a distant second to Fall River school board member Paul Coogan and only modestly beat out third place finisher and self-proclaimed “longtime community activist” Erica Scott-Pacheco. Coogan and Carreia will face off in the November general election.
Acting Registrar of Motor Vehicles announces over five thousand Massachusetts driver’s licenses suspended amid review
The Acting Registrar made this announcement yesterday as well as added that even more suspensions are likely to follow given the still the ongoing outside audit review of the Registry’s hot mess at its Quincy-based Merit Rating Board.
The state police union president resigned yesterday in advance of his facing a likely successful recall vote to remove him from office at tomorrow’s union meeting …