GateHouse News Service New England Budget • August 30, 2007

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STANDALONE PHOTOS: DONALD TRUMP/TIGER WOODS – Playing at pro-am Deutsche Bank Classic in Norton today.

Taunton Daily Gazette, DeMelia, 6 p.m.

DRUG COMPANY'S TOXIC SECRET HAS CAMBRIDGE NEIGHBORS UPSET -  A group of neighbors say they've been left in the dark about a pharmaceutical company's intention to increase its storage quota of an unknown chemical.

Cambridge Chronicle, Dunning, 22 inches, on wire now

CASINO UPDATE - Conference call with Wampanoag leaders from Tenn. where they submit trust application for Middleboro land.

The Enterprise, Elwell, 10 inches, 6 p.m.

TRIBES FIGHT - The Pokanoket Wampanoags of Rhode Island say that the Mashpee tribe has no business building a casino in Middleboro, that the Pokanoket tribe has more ties to Middleboro than the Mashpees. If feds listen to him, they may kill casino in Middleboro altogether.

The Enterprise, Alspach, 25 inhces, 6 p.m.

WAREHAM WATER BAN - Water dept. giving people bottled water in their cars due to the civil order in Wareham to boil water due to the E Coli contamination -- going on several days and expected to last through through the weekend.

The Enterprise, Fernandes, 9 inches, 6 p.m.

With photo


SPRINT STAIRS – Norwell teacher who owns a Pembroke workout center has new big workout device: a set of stairs and a slide, side-by-side on the back of a GM truck.

Patriot Ledger, Schwartz, 15 inches, 6 p.m.

With photo


EDITORIAL: LARRY CRAIG – Let’s be clear here: Idaho Sen. Larry Craig did not seek “gay sex” in men’s bath rooms. He just sought sex. He sought stupid sex.  He sought risky sex. He sought anonymous sex.

Patriot Ledger, 6 p.m.

POWER GUEST COLUMN: THEY’VE COME A LONG WAY - A 30-year teaching veteran opines on why she chose her profession and, by gum, would do it again.

Patriot Ledger, Power, 17 inches, 6 p.m.


NO REST IN DEFENSE AT BOSTON COLLEGE -  While the Boston College offense has spent the last month cramming to get ready for Saturday's season-opening game at home against Wake Forest, the defense has been clicking from the start.

MetroWest Daily News, Avidon, 22 inches, on wire now


GOING TO EXTREMES - Why would anyone want to swim from Alcatraz Island to the mouth of San Francisco Bay? Just ask Dr. David Kilroy, a Salem resident and Swampscott chiropractor by trade, who participated in the Alcatraz Challenge earlier this month.

Swampscott Reporter, McConnell, 22 inches, on wire now

With photos

REVIEW: A SWASHBUCKLING SENSATION - The dashing and dazzling swordplay is there aplenty, and it’s wildly creative and dangerous looking, but it’s not the reason The Three Musketeers at the North Shore Music Theatre may be destined for Broadway.

North Shore Sunday, Applegate, 20 inches, on wire now

With photos

ARTIST’S STRINGS ARE A LABOR OF LOVE - Maynard woman is an internationally known violinmaker. In a typical year, Wallin produces about 10 pieces from start to finish. She has a year’s worth of work lined up at all times.

Concord Journal, Roche, 22 inches, on wire now

With photo

FROM 'GYPSY' TO 'MARILYN’ - Seasons come and seasons go, but the powers that be at Stoneham Theatre believe the 2007-08 lineup will be one for the ages.

Stoneham Sun, Kawa, 22 inches, on wire now

With photos and sidebar

SUNDANCE FILM PROFESSOR - Feature on Framingham State professor John Budz, a photographer and psychologist, who is the subject of a new documentary that will be shown at Sundance.

MetroWest Daily News, Hilliard, 18 inches, 6 p.m.

With photo

LEARNING FROM A MASTER CHEF - Ten food service professionals from Ashland schools are

among those at Framingham State College learning to cook from a master chef (only 60 in U.S.) from the Culinary Institute of America.

MetroWest Daily News, Riley, 18 inches, 6 p.m.

With photo

YOUR CAPE REPORT – Roundup of entertainment and news. Last Cape Report of the season.

CNC Cape, 6 p.m. With photo