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14 Dec 18
Turner House

Have you finished Christmas shopping yet? No worries if you haven’t. You still have plenty of time for Amazon Prime shopping. I’ll be honest I did most of my shopping online this year (Kohl’s, Walmart, Amazon, and Target). It was so much easier, except for the package from Walmart that got lost (eye roll).  I […]

14 Dec 18
TV, Movie and Character Toys

Fisher Price Thomas and Friends Railway Train Super Station Toy Playset, 3+ – Buy – Fisher Price Thomas and Friends Railway Train Super Station Toy Playset, 3+

14 Dec 18
Jonty Purvis - Leadership Blogs

As a British national and MBA student, the business impacts of Brexit are of particular interest to me. The vote to leave on June 23rd 2016 caused the largest single day plummet ever in the value of the pound against the dollar and euro, and the situation continues to be extremely volatile to this day […]

14 Dec 18
Messy Mama

If you’re shopping for a baby this Holiday Season, parents everywhere are asking (begging) you to go practical.

14 Dec 18
Mark Moore Fine Art Blog

Mark Moore Fine Art is pleased to announce our partnership with Davis Editions to release three new limited edition works on paper by artist JOSEPH ROSSANO just released that I currently can offer you in pre-publication as a special offer. All three of these works are editions of just ten and are current available now for just […]

14 Dec 18
Tales of a Southern Belle

If y’all have followed me for any amount of time, you know that this girl LOVES a good deal! I always take the time to look around and make sure i’m getting the best price on the clothing and accessories I want. You would be amazed at how many amazing items can be found at […]

14 Dec 18
TV, Movie and Character Toys

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14 Dec 18
Testing Equipment Market Insights

Neonatal infant care equipment are used on a large scale in the neonatal intensive care unit. Most common equipment used in neonatal intensive care unit are bililights, central line, cardiopulmonary monitor, blood pressure monitor, incubator, oxygen hood, radiant warmer, ventilator, endotracheal tube, umbilical catheter, are some of the most common equipment used in infant care […]

14 Dec 18
Market Research Report

Researchmoz added Most up-to-date research on “Global Physical Characterization Instruments Market Insights, Forecast to 2025” to its huge collection of research reports. The Physical Characterization Instruments market was valued at Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of during the forecast period. In this study, 2017 […]

14 Dec 18
Market Research Report

Researchmoz added Most up-to-date research on “Global Wastewater & Water Treatment Equipment Market Insights, Forecast to 2025” to its huge collection of research reports. The Wastewater & Water Treatment Equipment market was valued at Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of during the forecast period. […]

14 Dec 18
Market Research Report

Researchmoz added Most up-to-date research on “Global Process Analytical Technology Market Insights, Forecast to 2025” to its huge collection of research reports. The Process Analytical Technology market was valued at Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of during the forecast period. In this study, 2017 […]

14 Dec 18
Ottawa Citizen

Stuck for last-minute gift ideas? You may want to consider splurging on concert tickets. They’re not cheap but they make a terrific, zero-waste “experience” gift, providing hours of anticipation leading up to the show, and, assuming all goes well, plenty of happy memories afterwards. Here’s a guide to some of the upcoming performances in Ottawa, […]

14 Dec 18
Boston Herald
#gallery-1436789-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1436789-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1436789-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1436789-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Lauren Grela, Ursuline, cross country ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) DECEMBER 9, 2018: Abigail Tenreiro – girls cross country – Seekonk – Boston Herald All-Scholastic BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Pauline Steines, Lexington, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Vivian McMahon, Brookline, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Emma Kerimo, Concord Carlisle, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Elizabeth Marshall, Plymouth North, cross country ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Lexi Quinn, Foxborough, cross country ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Makayla Paige, Tewksbury, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Eve Feuerbach, Manchester Essex, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Maggie Donahue Wellesley, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Grace Connolly, Natick, cross countryALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Schuyler Gooley, Hopkinton, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Olivia Jones, Hopkinton, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Kate Connolly, Natick, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Sarah Conant, Westwood, cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Nicole Anderson Billerica , cross country ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) Herald All-Scholastics: Girls cross country, 2018 NICOLE ANDERSON, BILLERICA This junior talent placed 10th in the Div. 1 All-State race after a big fifth-place finish at the Div. 2 EMass championships. Anderson was fourth in the Bay State Invitational and second in the Merrimack Valley Conference championships. She was a big factor in Billerica’s undefeated season in the MVC. A perennial honor roll student, Anderson is also a student ambassador. SARAH CONANT, WESTWOOD A tough and seasoned competitor, Conant’s best moment came at the Div. 2 All-State race where she finished a strong second to Littleton’s Sarah Roffman on a muddy, snow-covered course. This senior was the Div. 4 EMass champion and shattered the course record at the Tri-Valley League championships. A member of the National Honor Society, Conant will run cross country and track at UMass-Amherst GRACE CONNOLLY, NATICK With her win at the Div. 1 All-State championships, “Princess Grace” became just the third female harrier in Massachusetts to capture three All-State cross-country titles. Connolly shattered the Wrentham Developmental Center course record at the Div. 2 EMass championships and she bolted to a third-place finish at the Foot Locker Northeast Regional championships. A Bay State Conference All-Star, this senior is a member of the National Honor Society and will attend Stanford University. KATE CONNOLLY, NATICK Grace Connolly’s younger sister, this sophomore carved out her own niche on the trails this fall. Connolly captured the bronze medal at the Div. 2 EMass race and ran to a splendid third-place finish at the Div. 1 All-State championships. Connolly was second to Wellesley’s Margaret Donahue at the Bay State Conference championships. She is an honor roll student and an Anti-Defamation League member. MAGGIE DONAHUE, WELLESLEY This talented senior captured the Bay State Conference crown and finished second to Grace Connolly at both the Div. 2 EMass and All-State championships. Donahue raced to a fifth-place finish at the Nike Regionals and also chalked up a victory at the Bay State Invitational. Donahue is a member of the National Honor Society and will attend Georgetown University. EVE FEUERBACH, MANCHESTER ESSEX One of the most consistent competitors in the state, Feuerbach finished third in the Div. 2 All-State race and second at the Div. 5 EMass championships. This senior nabbed fourth at the Bay State Invitational and second in the Cape Ann League championship meet. Feuerbach was named the CAL Runner of the Year in the Baker Division. A member of the National Honor Society, she will run cross country and track at Holy Cross. SCHUYLER GOOLEY, HOPKINTON This junior had a huge fall season, capped off with a ninth-place finish in the Div. 1 All-State race. At the Div. 3 EMass championships Gooley pushed hard for seventh place and she took second at the Tri-Valley League championships. The Tri-Valley League All-Star is a member of the National Honor Society. LAUREN GRELA, URSULINE The Div. 5 EMass champion, Grela went on to finish fourth at the Div. 2 All-States. This senior captured the Catholic Conference title and led Ursuline to the conference title. Grela was victorious in the Twilight Invitational Div. 2 race. She is a member of the National Honor Society and will attend Columbia University. OLIVIA JONES, HOPKINTON This sophomore will be a runner to watch after running to the Div. 3 EMass title. Jones was a solid 12th in the Div. 1 All-State race at Stanley Park and nailed down the 11th spot at the Twilight Invitational. The Tri-Valley League MVP, she was also a league All-Star. Jones runs both indoor and outdoor track and won freshman French, math and history awards at Hopkinton. EMMA KERIMO, CONCORD-CARLISLE The Dual County League champion, Kerimo broke the sophomore record with her win at the Twilight Invitational. Kerimo ran to a sterling fourth-place finish in the Div. 2 EMass championship race and came back the next week to nail down fifth at Div. 1 All-States. A DCL All-Star, she runs both indoor and outdoor track. Kerimo was a recipient of the President’s Volunteer Award. ELIZABETH MARSHALL, PLYMOUTH NORTH The South Shore’s premier harrier, Marshall was a Patriot League All-Star. She was 17th in the Div. 2 EMass race and then pushed for 16th at the Div. 1 All-States. This senior is a former Patriot League MVP and competes on both the indoor and outdoor track teams. Marshall is an honor roll student and will attend Stonehill College. VIVIAN MCMAHON, BROOKLINE Yet another sophomore talent, McMahon made her bones this season with a scintillating 15th-place finish in the Div. 1 All-State race on a muddy, snow-covered course at Stanley Park. McMahon ran to a huge win at the Div. 1 EMass championships. She was 10th at the Twilight Invitational and took fourth at the Bay State Conference championships. A BSC All-Star, McMahon competes in track for the Warriors. MAKAYLA PAIGE, TEWKSBURY The Merrimack Valley Conference champion, Paige came up big in November with a sixth-place finish in the Div. 3 EMass championships and seventh at the Div. 1 All-States. The sophomore was fourth at the Frank Kelley Invitational and sprinted to take fifth at the Twilight Invitational. Paige competes on both the indoor and outdoor track teams at Tewksbury. LEXI QUINN, FOXBORO Quinn kicked the season off with a second-place finish at the Vineyard Invitational and never faltered. The senior placed seventh at the Div. 4 EMass championships and went on to take 11th in the Div. 2 All-State race. The Hockomock League champion and MVP, Quinn was seventh at the Ocean State Invitational and took 14th at the Bay State Invitational. She also registered a top-five finish at the Twilight Invitational with fifth. Quinn is a member of the Spanish, Art and National Honor Society. PAULINE STEINES, LEXINGTON This junior was put to the test all season and was a model of consistency throughout. She took 13th at the Div. 1 EMass championships and placed 14th a week later at the All-State championships. Steines was third in the Middlesex League championship race and copped All-Star honors. She was 12th at the Ocean State Invitational and seventh at the Catholic Memorial Invitational at Franklin Park. Steines is a member of the National Honor Society. ABIGAIL TENREIRO, SEEKONK This junior captured seventh at the Twilight Invitational and finished a respectable 40th against a stacked field at the Foot Locker Northeast Regionals at Van Cortlandt Park. Tenreiro ran to a fine third-place finish in the Div. 5 EMass championships and fifth at the Div. 2 All-State race. She was seventh against a strong field at the Frank Kelley Invitational. Herald All-Scholastics girls cross country All-Stars ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE Carly Coughlin, Amelia Burnett (Dennis-Yarmouth); Sofia LoVoulo, Olivia Langlan Ruth Penney (Marshfield); Rachel Pranga, Abby Farrell, Ella Kelly, Izzy Nobili (Nauset); Anna Goodwin, Claire Davies, Emma Eastman (Sandwich) BAY STATE CONFERENCE Vivian McMahon (Brookline); Grace Sullivan, Ava Duggan, Elise O’Leary, Ella Affanato (Milton); Grace Connolly, Mary Dougherty, Kate Connolly, Genna Girard (Natick); Elena Oberle, Ana Keene (Needham); Charlotte Kouroriez (Newton North); Mia Costa, Caroline McGrath (Walpole); Maggie Donahue, Nora Bannon, Bridget Ulian (Wellesley) MVP: Kate Connolly BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Sarah Lawton (Fenway) CAPE AND ISLANDS Adrienne Christy, Catherine Cherry, Eloise Christy, Amber Cuthburt (Martha’s Vineyard); Sophie Bass, Bella Haley, Isabel Husted, Ella Philips (Sturgis West); Caroline Davock, Francesca Marchesi, Margo Dery (Monomoy); Claire Zisserson, Sam Adams, Nora Quill (Rising Tide); Phaedra Plank, Catherine Buccino (Nantucket); Lauren Holmes, Mia Mackenzie (Sturgis East); Marie Carney (St. John Paul) MVP: Adrienne Christy CATHOLIC CENTRAL LEAGUE Millie Hynes (Archbishop Williams); Maura Kirpatrick, Erin Moran (Arlington Catholic); Molly Dugan, Catherine Mawn, Katie Quinn-Cyr (Austin Prep); Corinne Ahern, Nicole Johns, Olivia Juneau, Grace Kubat, Ava Mahoney, Joy Wambui (Bishop Fenwick); Emma Grzybinski, Ava O’Donnell (Cardinal Spellman); Caitlin Tully (Lowell Catholic); McKenna Wech (Saint Joseph Prep); Lily Newhall (St. Mary’s) MVP: Ava Mahoney COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Kate Conrad (Academy Notre Dame); Yarid Deras (Chelsea); Amanda Davison, Emily Ernst (Essex Tech); Tealei Chandonnet, Mikala Kelly (Greater Lowell); Shannon Brady, Rupa Raj, Chiara Kinnon (Mystic Valley); Lauren Clark (Northeast); Leah Arnold, Elaina Latino, Ciara McCarthy (PMA); Rachel Halas, Ivana Wisky (Shawsheen) MVP: Shannon Brady DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE Emma Kerimo, Iris Bergman, Nora Johnson, Sophie Gower, Ellen Su, Sarah Reichheld (Concord-Carlisle); Lucy Abdow, Julie Tassinari, Norah Aalto, Annie Jackson (Boston Latin); Sophie DeFreitas, Emilia Arrabo, Meghan Garrett (Lincoln-Sudbury); Grace Maffei, Maggie McInerney (Acton-Boxboro); Caroline Williams (Cambridge); McKenna Kelemanik, Carrie Turcott (Wayland); Aria Sonderling, Addie Marple (Newton South); Sophia Price (Cambridge); Haley Wims (Weston) EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Sophia Arruda, Kaylee Gladu, Natalie Dextradeur, Phoebe Dodge, Caitlin Neary, Kelsee Gladu, Elizabeth Parkinson, Madison Saba, Isabella Simoneau (Bishop Feehan) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Lexi Quinn, Abby Hassman, Lindsey Nelson (Foxboro); Tessa Lancaster, Margaret Riley, Jessica Alestock (Mansfield); Maya Evans, Ryenn Hart (King Philip); Daphne Theiler (Sharon); Catherin O’Donnell, Meaghan Reardon (Oliver Ames); Katrina Walbert, Julia Fenerty, Sydney Hawkins (Franklin); Nia Mainer Smith, Kailey Melito-Santos (Taunton); Kelly Neuendorf (Attleboro); Olivia Forbes, Stephanie Hawkins (North Attleboro) MVP: Lexi Quinn MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE COMPREHENSIVE: Caitlin Kaperlian, Lauren Mitcheson, Charlotte Sinasky, Joie Kennon, Jessica Whittemore, Devyn McCarthy, Caitlin McGrath, Hannah Russo (West Bridgewater); Lauren Northrup (Bishop Connolly); Nicole Johnson (Sacred Heart) SMALL: Ella Reynolds, Molly Larrabee, Amelia Germain (Norfolk Aggie); Kennedy Alves, Victoria Gonsalves, Hannah Rapoza (Bristol Aggie); Molly Baptist (Upper Cape LARGE: Kaitlyn Capelo, Brianna Fasulo, Kiara Andrade, Jaycee Duarte (Bristol-Plymouth); Hanna Davis, Katherine Dion (Tri-County); Storm Bastille (Diman) MVP: Caitlin Kaperlian MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Nicole Anderson, Hannah Doherty, Danielle Sullivan, Sam Maffeo, Deidra Anderson (Billerica); Kelsey Seamans, Janessa Nault (Central Catholic); Asaliah Mirambeaux (Lowell); Sara Fragione (Methuen); Courtney Dalke (North Andover); Izzie Carleton (Tewksbury) MVP: Makayla Paige, Abby Mastromonaco MIDDLESEX LEAGUE FREEDOM: Charlotte Tysall, Alex Cotugno, Jane Harrington, Kate Bidgood (Melrose); Angela McKenzie (Stoneham); Isabella Kehoe, Olivia Lucey, Retta Carroll, Audrey Schopperle, Shannon Driscoll (Wakefield); Lakshmi Thangaraj (Watertown); Colleen McMakin (Burlington); Katharine Duffy (Melrose); Gianna Misuraca (Wilmington) MVP: Olivia Lucey LIBERTY: Danna Ofek, Lina Jaffar, Kesinia Sortor, Pauline Steines (Lexington); Ella Aldrich, Michaela Eichel, Chloe Pienaar (Winchester); Kaci Madden, Kacy Cole, Maura Doherty, Samantha Nicolas (Woburn); Audrey Christo, Isabel Burger (Belmont); Bridget Hackett (Reading) MVP: Danna Ofek NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Ashley Foley, Heidi Eberhardt, India Imgeni (Beverly); Kristy Twaalfhoven, Caroline Johnson (Marblehead); Victoria Lombardi, Sarah Enes (Peabody); Julie Kee (Danvers) MVP: Ashley Foley PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Melanie Day, Maddie DiPalma, Isabel Foley, Emma Sundstrom (Duxbury); Caroline Johannes, Maddie Mildrum, Meg Hendrickson, Pria Parker, Lindy Stadlander, Katherine Bradshaw (Hingham); Elizabeth Marshall, Grace Curtin (Plymouth North) MVP: Caroline Johannes FISHER: Alyssa Nee, Kelly Taft, Audrey Wheeler (Hanover); Sophia Pizzi, Ali Bonwitt, Ashley Spellman, Lara Federspeil (Pembroke); Jill Callahan, Marykate Bochman, Cat Sullivan (Plymouth South); Abby Murphy, Lezly Acevedo (Quincy/North Quincy) MVP: Alyssa Nee