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Beyond the death penalty – a panel of victims’ family members

Richard Johnson Washington Post After the defense and the prosecution had rested their cases in the penalty phase of the federal trial to either kill or imprison Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a panel of death penalty abolitionists gathered at Old South Church in Boston. Old South Church stands at the finish line of the Boston Marathon and is […]

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Local runners raise funds for Newton’s 9/11 Memorial

Newton Wicked Local Last year, Stephanie Galvani of Natick ran the Boston Marathon and raised more than $6,000 to support the Newton 9/11 Memorial Fund. This year her cousin, Brad Hauert, of Denver, Colo., also ran the Marathon and has so far raised $5,000 for the Memorial Fund. Jeff Gonski, Stephanie Galvani and Brad Hauert […]

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Anthony Gardner to become VP of Community Engagement at National September 11th Museum

Verona-Cedar Grove Times New Jersey State Museum Executive Director Anthony Gardner, of Verona, will leave state service to take on the role of vice president of Community Engagement at the National September 11th Memorial & Museum. Fine Art Curator Margaret O’Reilly, who has been with the museum for more than 20 years, will serve as […]

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