November 5, 1998
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Tomboy causes trouble in Smallville
To the surprise of no one in Smallville, little Sally Jameson has been stirring up trouble once again. Described as "a tomboy" and "that Sally" by residents, Sally Jameson has been the talk of this little town for months.
THE YEAR IN REVIEW
One year of the Weekly Week.
City of Cambridge walls in resident
Bill Thayer woke up Tuesday afternoon, put on a pair of shorts and a T-shirt and tried to open his front door.
August 13, 1998
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Demon booked on possession charges
A demon has been arrested on possession charges, according to Boston police. Prosecutors are planning on charging the demon, whose name has not been released due to his juvenile status, with possession with intent to distribute.
Willy Wonka busted for labor violations
The Willy Wonka Confection Factory was shut down Tuesday morning on several counts of labor violations. Acting on a tip from an anonymous child code-named Charlie, federal and state agents staged an early-morning raid on the Wonka compound.
Microsoft launches 'homeless e-zine'
In the latest in a series of competitive forays into community media, Microsoft launched a homeless e-zine yesterday. The new site, called sidewalk.home, is designed to steal readers and advertising dollars from lucrative homeless print newspapers like Bostons Spare Change.
|March 26, 1998
Bilingual education under fire in Boston
Prop. 43 would end special classes in semaphore
Parents decry new role-playing game
Across the nation, parents are up in arms over Deductions & Debentures, TSR's new role-playing game.
Plagiarism alleged in Bush biography
Former president George Bush has come under fire over charges that he stole much of his recent autobiography "Looking Forward" from Homer's "The Iliad."
"Good Will Hunting" thrusts South Boston geniuses into public eye
'There goes our secret,' complain residents, as think-tanks move in
March 12, 1998
Stocks plummet on Armani Exchange
Sox slugger robs bank,
Spice Girls dismissed from
Q*bert attacks Charles
New study blames global warming on 'sun'
|February 26, 1998
Cultures collide as Aztec
Kentucky Fried Eel throws in
Crises, drama in local
Fish gets President's
|December 18, 1997
Professional wrestling found to
be 'totally real'
Pirate ship holds more than
Brookline's Koolidge Korner Kafe opens to mixed reviews