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By adamg - 11/3/20 - 10:54 am

The Massachusetts Appeals Court today dismissed a Sudbury woman's libel suit against a real-estate broker for allegedly defamatory comments online because the woman failed to prove anybody else knew her true identity behind the pseudonym she used online and so she was unable to prove her reputation had been harmed. Read more.

By adamg - 9/13/20 - 12:18 pm

WBZ reports Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School will start the new year with entirely remote learning for at least two weeks to reduce the risk that some kids who fled a boozy party when police arrived might spread Covid-19.

Officials had hoped to start the year with one of those hybrid schedules, but had to go to all remote after because so many local kids went to the crowded party and then ran away when police arrived, with many of the students who were nabbed giving police fake names.

By adamg - 7/21/10 - 8:26 am

J.M. Lawrence reports on a hearing in US District Court yesterday for Tarek Mehanna, a Sudbury man charged with terrorism:

... There were so many supporters for Mehanna, who is accused of providing material support to a terrorist organization, that an overflow courtroom was created where they could view the brief proceedings on closed circuit television.

By adamg - 6/19/10 - 6:28 pm

The Globe reports on a Sudbury man who's now spent 10 years trying to find Babe Ruth's old piano in Willis Pond, overlooking which Ruth owned a home when he played for the Sox.

Ed. note: For readers who have just returned from a 20-year trip to Pluto, the Globe thoughtfully adds: "The piano has been elusive -- but not as elusive as the World Series championship that the post-Ruth Red Sox yearned for until 85 years after Ruth was sold to the Yankees. The Red Sox finally won championships in 2004 and 2007."

By adamg - 1/21/10 - 10:45 am

Patch, which is AOL's latest effort to blow through millions of dollars hyperlocal play, is looking to bust out of its current Tri-State playpen and move into the Boston area, starting with Sudbury. They're looking to hire somebody to compile descriptions of businesses and organizations in Sudbury, which is almost as affluent as Wellesley or Concord, just a lot quieter. Says you can make $400-$1,000 a week for up to six months doing this. They think it's going to take six months to do profiles of every business on Rte.

By Chris - 7/6/08 - 2:28 am

Sudburians along a proposed bike path decry bicycle cult, suggest that they do their thing in the lovely confines of the local gym.

By adamg - 6/6/08 - 1:17 pm

The blog-hating columnist has company in Lincoln-Sudbury School Superintendent John Ritchie, who warned graduating seniors last night not to "sink to the levels" of dangerous, foul-mouthed bloggers. Ritchie made the admonishment despite admitting that:

I never - believe or not — read any of these blogs and never will. But I have been informed of what is said: the tenor, the tone, the message.

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