Needham


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Needham

(nēd`əm), town (1990 pop. 27,557), Norfolk co., E Mass., a suburb of Boston; founded 1680, set off from Dedham and inc. 1711. Although largely residential, paper products, electronic equipment, software, and other items are manufactured there.
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0 NEEDHAM MARKET........................1 Hednesford saw their hopes of recording a fourth straight Southern Central Premier win dashed by Needham.
As part of the MBTAs $8 billion, 5-year Capital Investment Program, the MBTA is beginning installation of the second phase of Positive Train Control (PTC) infrastructure along the Needham Commuter Rail Line.
Lucas Needham, 26, of Linden Avenue, Connah's Quay, Flintshire, also pleaded guilty to failing to stop at Ewloe after an accident last January.
The firearms unit officer accelerated up to 130mph but Needham failed to stop.
Lucas Needham, 25 of Linden Avenue, Connah's Quay, appeared from custody at Mold Crown Court, having already admitted dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, driving with no insurance, failing to stop and resisting arrest after a 130mph police chase on the A55 on May 20 this year.
In late October, Commonwealth Real Estate acquired the Needham office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Town and Country Real Estate and will merge its Needham operations with that office, located at 1089 Great Plain Ave.
Joseph Needham, initially an accomplished research biochemist for the Royal Society, was already a leading scientist in the Western tradition by the time he started researching Chinese traditions, holding a chair in biochemistry at Cambridge University.
New Hampshire's Optisure Risk Partners Hires Needham
Needham Bank has said that it has hired a VP, cash management officer.
Friday's opinion, written by Justice Michael Gableman, reversed a District 3 Court of Appeals decision overturning Judge Scott Needham, who had awarded Rob Stafsholt attorney fees and costs in 2015.
Kyle Needham, 19, Sean Needham, 22, and their father John Needham, 47, all of Kingsbridge Avenue, Hattersley, pleaded guilty to affray.
In the 1890s, Edward Moyse ran a bookstall in Mann Island, near to his home in Redcross Street where he lived above a barber's shop with 15-year-old John Needham, a boy who did chores for him.