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There were 44 home sales in April compared to 28 in April 2012.
Results from a recent executive survey ranked Massachusetts 47th for business.
Low inventory continues to hamper home sales in terms of volume while prices rise -- and significantly here in Lexington.
Lexington's slight downturn in home sales over a year ago mirrors activity across the commonwealth, but bucks the trend in Middlesex County.
Bumble Bee has increased its voluntary recall to include more tuna fish cans.
Here are luxury and sports cars available in the area.
A number of name brands are included in the recall.
Consumers can get a replacement coupon for the product.
The U.S. Postal Service on Wednesday proposed ending first-class mail delivery on Saturdays.
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The recall is because of potentially-contaminated peanut butter sold in Starbucks Protein Bistro Boxes.
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