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Northampton vigil honors slain Honduran activist

Northampton vigil honors slain Honduran activist-
NORTHAMPTON — As organizers Em Jollie and Oonagh Doherty kicked off a peace vigil with a chant on the steps of the First Churches on Saturday, about 30 people took turns laying down pine needles and carnations to form a ceremonial altar.The...

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Prominent local attorney Elizabeth Katz appointed to judgeship


Prominent local attorney Elizabeth Katz appointed to judgeship 
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Elizabeth Katz will serve as a judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Springfield starting in early 2017, pending FBI clearance. Submitted photo
Published: 12/8/2016 10:35:39 PM
A prominent Hampshire County attorney and longtime assistant district attorney with the Northwestern district attorney’s office has been selected to serve as a judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Springfield.
Elizabeth D. Katz, of Northampton, will be appointed to the bench early next year, pending FBI clearance, according to a press release from Circuit Executive Susan J. Goldberg’s office.
Katz will replace Judge Henry J. Boroff, who retired in July after 23 years in the position.

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POLL pushes HEALEY — BOSTON mayoral hopefuls BURN CASH — MILLIONAIRES TAX is BACK


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THE NUMBERS ARE IN — Burn rates are rising among Boston’s mayoral candidates, but cash flow is falling.
Five of the six major candidates — City Councilors Andrea Campbell, Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu, state Rep. Jon Santiago and former Boston economic development director John Barros — brought in less cash in April than March.

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