NOAA wants to shift costs of paying for the at-sea monitoring program from the government to fishermen. Action is opposed by groundfishermen in a lawsuit being heard in US District Court in Concord, NH. Tarr and Ferrante urge Attorney General Healy to support efforts to block the transfer of financial responsibility.
If drivers pay their fees, plates would arrive by late summer. Application for plates available here.
Latest Suffolk University poll has Trump 43%, Rubio 20%, Kasich 17% and Cruz 9%. See Suffolk University news release on polling results.
Says he would have to wait to see if Trump “settles down”. Is a friend of Clintons.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
The Julliard String Quartet is a classical music string quartet founded in 1946 at the Julliard School in New York. The quartet plays a wide range of classical music, and has recorded works by composers such as Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Bartók, Debussy, and Shostakovich, while also promoting more contemporary composers such as Elliott Carter, Ralph Shapey, Henri Dutilleux and Milton Babbitt. See Julliard String Quartet.
Artist formerly of ‘Simon & Garfunkle’ returns to the Larcom to sing his songs. See video of “Bridge Over Troubled Water”
Contract would allow Brady to play when he is 42 and for a record 17th season.
Questions persist on eve of trading deadline.
Home winning streak now ten games.
Warren Buffett announces Ultimate Office Bracket Contest for employees.
Seeking to spread out visitation over the year with different pricing. See Disney blog post with more details.
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