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Sue Bowers suffered from a faulty heart, had surgery including four blood transfusions and could barely move. She bounced back through a positive attitude, diet and exercise.
The Arlington artist, who turns found objects into art, has an exhibit opening in May.
There will be a Democratic primary for lieutenant governor and attorney general June 11.
Two people were killed and more than 100 injured, according to the Boston Globe.
Kara Gorski co-founded Alexandria-based business braGGs after coping with issues stemming from cancer.
A promotion is in effect April 6 and 7 to encourage travelers to try out the new express lanes.
Sauce Queen products made in Old Town now available at Whole Foods in Arlington and other locations.
The workshop will take place Feb. 11 at T.C. Williams High School.
The “Reduce Gun Danger Act, “Mental Health First Aid“ proposal and “Flexible School Security Act” are designed to curb gun violence and offer protection to schools and families.
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