Here are the top New England regional stories coming today from GateHouse News Service. Stories are available at gatehousenewsservice.com.
Here are the top New England regional stories coming today from GateHouse News Service. Stories are available at gatehousenewsservice.com. Please submit stories below no later than 6 p.m. local time, unless you have breaking news that is changing significantly. Questions?
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RED SOX , FOR A SONG: BROTHERS PUT MUSIC TO THE 'FEVER' - With the Boston Red Sox inching closer to their first division title in 12 years, it might be time for Rob and Ken Adamson to get the band back together.
MetroWest Daily News, MacCormack, 15 inches, on wire now
SERIAL KILLER VICTIM RELATIVE SPEAKS - Sister (from Marlborough) of woman whose remains were recently found in Rutland - and who is believed to be a victim of a serial killer - talks about her sister's disappearance and death.
MetroWest Daily News, Mineo, 18 inches, 6 p.m.
DOUBLE VOTER - A Weston woman has been fined $4,000 by the state of Connecticut for registering and voting in Connecticut last year, even though she is legally a Mass. resident and votes here, too. Her vote led to a tie in a Connecticut race.
MetroWest Daily News, Reuell, 12 inches, 6 p.m.
OUTLAWS ON TRIAL - Opening statements are given in federal trial of Outlaws motorcycle gang members accused in hate crime in Ashland.
MetroWest Daily News, Riley, 15 inches, 6 p.m.
MASS. CHARTER SCHOOLS - State House hearing on some bills relating to charter schools, sponsored by Rep. Pam Richardson of Framingham.
MetroWest Daily News, Parietti, 12 inches, 6 p.m.
BULLIES WITH BULLETS - A shooting in Brockton highlights the potentially deadly mix of bullies, guns and the danger of confronting anyone – young or old - these days. Experts say bullying appears to be decreasing in many schools but a new, troubling trend is starting to take it's place in lower and lower grades: children emulating gang members.
The Enterprise, Boyle, 24 inches, 6 p.m.
COMMITTEE WILL RECOMMEND CAPE WIND BE REJECTED - The Cape Cod Commission subcommittee reviewing Cape Wind’s proposed 130 turbines in Nantucket Sound voted unanimously Monday morning to recommend to the full Commission that the project be denied.
The Register, Eldred, 15 inches, on wire now
BOG OWNERS TURN TO WIND - Beaufort Windpower, a Boston-based alternative energy company, is working on Bogwind – a project that will put utility-scale wind turbines on bogs – creating an almost guaranteed revenue stream for bog owners at least for as long as people still use electricity.
Wareham Courier, Richardson, 22 inches, on wire now
With photos to come
INTEL CHOPPER - The customized chopper is a marketing centerpiece for the tech company's embedded technology. The bike features a thumbprint scanner that triggers the ignition, and a fully loaded water-proofed personal computer with wireless Internet hookup; computerized speedometer and volt meter; Bluetooth technology; GPS guidance; and computerized kickstands.
MetroWest Daily News, MacDonald, 18 inches, on wire now
MASSACHUSETTS HOME SALES - Massachusetts Association of Realtors releases August housing sales numbers that show sales of detached single-family homes were up 6.6 percent compared to the same time last year. Sales of condos were up 3.4 percent from a year ago down. Median sales prices for both single-family homes and condos were also up.
MetroWest Daily News, Brickman, 15 inches, 6 p.m.
SPREADING THE WEALTH - Like a house in disrepair, there is recognition the “gateway cities” of Fall River and New Bedford need a little fixing up. Panel discussion at UMass Dartmouth on turning around southeastern Mass. cities.
Herald News, Richmond, 15 inches, on wire now
EDITORIAL: GIULIANI'S CALL: RUDE OR CONNIVING? - Technology changes much faster than the rules of etiquette, so we're a long way from settling on the do's and don'ts of cell phone use.
MetroWest Daily News, on wire now
HOLMES COLUMN: ROMNEY FOREIGN POLICY IGNORANCE - In an effort to get in on the Ahmadinejad action, Mitt Romney displays his foreign policy ignorance.
MetroWest Daily News, 6 p.m.
GUEST COLUMN: MOVING ON - Hull guy and Navy vet said between taxes and his house foreclosure, enough is enough and is planning to pull up stakes after the proposed gas tax and use-per-mile tax.
Patriot Ledger, Quinlivan. 18 inches, 6 p.m.
A PRO SPORTS BUDGET WITH BE E-MAILED THIS AFTERNOON
PATRIOTS COLUMN – On Randy Moss and Tom Brady gelling.
MetroWest Daily News, Megliola, on wire now
With photo to come of Moss
NOT YOUR FATHER'S MODEL TRAIN - Santa Fe locomotive on the tracks at the Old Colony Model Railroad Club in Raynham. The club will host a show at the Taunton Holiday Inn on Sept. 30, showcasing new technology since the hobby of 40 years ago.
The Enterprise, Holliday, 15 inches, 6 p.m.
‘WILD’ CHILD: DID SEAN PENN JUST MAKE HIS FIRST HIT (AS A DIRECTOR)? - Penn was never content just to act in movies. He had set higher goals very early on.
CNC, Symkus, 20 inches, on wire now
With photos from “Into the Wild”