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A survey done by the Boston Business Journal found that Weston is the wealthiest town in Massachusetts as of February 2015. This was found by averaging household incomes, net worth of individuals and prices of homes in t... More »

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There are approximately 312 towns spread across the state of Massachusetts. Some of the most famous ones include Boston, Malden, Medford, Everett, Salem, Lowell, Scituate, Grafton, and Lynn. More »

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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Secretary of State's website has maps of the cities and towns in Massachusetts. The maps are located in the Citizen Information Service section of the website. More »

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Methuen, Massachusetts separated from the neighboring town of Haverhill and was incorporated in 1725. The town was named after Sir Paul Methuen, who was a friend of Governor William Dummer. It became a city in 1993, afte... More »

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Weymouth, Massachusetts is in Norfolk County and the town is approximately 12 miles away from Boston in a southeast direction. Weymouth also is considered part of the South Shore region of the Boston metropolitan area. S... More »

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Find meetings held throughout many towns in Massachusetts, such as Attleboro, Belmont, Brockton, Cambridge and Concord, notes Massachusetts Al-Anon. For a full updated list of Al-Anon meeting locations, go to Al-Anon's w... More »

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Some tourist towns in Massachusetts include Boston and Salem. Both of these towns date back to the Colonial Era and feature fun and historic activities. More »

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