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– Jan. 14, 2013
"Braintree may soon install 24 more modular classrooms, augmenting the two each at South and Highlands Elementary, depending on a vote of the School Committee later this month. The proposal, what the superintendent has called a permanent solution to a space crunch that has developed over years, appears to have the support of enough school officials to move forward...."
19-Year-Old Cited in Pedestrian Accident in Braintree Sunday Night Had Marijuana in Car – Jan. 14, 2013
"A 19-year-old Braintree woman – who was not cited for being under the influence but had marijuana packed in a pipe – was issued a citation for failure to stop after she allegedly hit a pedestrian near CVS in South Braintree Square on Sunday night...."
Interim Chief Sworn-in as Mayor Decides This Month on Next Braintree Fire Boss - Jan. 15, 2013
"Deputy Chief Robert Dyer was sworn-in as interim chief of the Braintree Fire Department last Friday, taking the reigns while Mayor Joseph Sullivan decides on a replacement for Kevin Murphy...."
How Do You Think Braintree Schools Should Approach Space Needs – Jan. 17, 2013
"Several options have been laid out by the school administration and by the architectural firm Habeeb & Associates, including adding 24 modular classrooms, re-opening Monatiquot and larger-scale projects..."
Yellow Dots Give Emergency Responders in Braintree Quick Medical Info – Jan. 15, 2013
"Under a program launched Monday by Mayor Joseph Sullivan and Norfolk County Sheriff Michael Bellotti, if first responders see a yellow sticker on the back window of someone's car, they will immediately know a standardized medical information form is in the glove box, providing them details that could help save the person's life...."