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Also in today's Globe West...

Posted by Ralph Ranalli September 9, 2007 06:53 AM


The reporters and correspondents of Globe West have filed a variety of interesting stories and reports from across the region in this Sunday's edition, including:

Staff writer Lisa Kocian's story about Pam Wilderman, Marlborough's first code enforcement officer, who serves as the city's cleanliness cop.

Staff writer Meg Woolhouse's report about how a proposal for a tax hike in Newton is gaining steam;

Staff writer and web producer Ralph Ranalli's story about how suburban development and the recent dry spell have lowered the Charles River to near-historic levels, and;

Correspondent Marvin Pave's report about a new approach for the Framingham State College football team, which features 60 new players this year on its 70-man roster after winning just four games in the last five years.

For a complete listing of all of today's Globe West stories, please visit the section online.

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