Mitt’s Sox remark distracts us from important dog issues – Lucas on the last half century of treasurers – Coul d Springfield get less bearable?

DOG AND PONY SHOW: Since there aren’t issues anymore, just dogs and sports (as I may have mentioned this week) The Phoenix’s David Bernstein is more than happy to give the people what they really want: stories about politicians and baseball. And the “issue” at hand, Mitt Romney’s claim to have been at Fenway Park when the Sox won the World Series in 2004, when infact that game took place on the road, even got PI’s attention.

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OUR TREASURED TREASURERS: Peter Lucas takes on at least five treasurers and the office itself.

THE SPRING IN SPRINGFIELD: Could Springfield possibly become even less fun? Yes it can, says Mayor Sarno.

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Mitt’s Sox remark distracts us from important dog issues – Lucas on the last half century of treasurers – Could Springfield get less bearable?

DOG AND PONY SHOW: Since there aren’t issues anymore, just dogs and sports (as I may have mentioned this week) The Phoenix’s David Bernstein is more than happy to give the people what they really want: stories about politicians and baseball. And the “issue” at hand, Mitt Romney’s claim to have been at Fenway Park when the Sox won the World Series in 2004, when infact that game took place on the road, even got PI’s attention.

STILL RUNNING: Marisa DeFranco is going to yell at the Cape.

OUR TREASURED TREASURERS: Peter Lucas takes on at least five treasurers and the office itself.

THE SPRING IN SPRINGFIELD: Could Springfield possibly become even less fun? Yes it can, says Mayor Sarno.
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