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Boston Good for Staying Young; Big Green Line Move

BOSTON—Dude! "According to new data from RealAge.com, Boston ranks number 7 among the top 25 best cities to stay young. So, what does that even mean? RealAge Chief Medical Officer Keith Roach, MD explains: 'Aging is inevitable, but the rate of aging is not. Each city ranking is a unique assessment of the healthy lifestyles, or lack of them, in that metro area.'" [BostInno]
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SOMERVILLE/MEDFORD—Amazing news for both towns: "The long-awaited Green Line Extension is on track to move ahead, with the final design of the $1.1 billion public transit project due to be completed in March. The first phase of construction, including the widening of railroad bridges in Medford and Somerville, will start by the end of this year, MBTA project officials said." [Boston.com]