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    WEST ROXBURY (CBS) – Inside an innocent-looking warehouse in West Roxbury you will find what might be one of the spookiest places in Boston! They’re collecting fragments in a graveyard for gravestones. But why? “Because they were broken and lying on the ground,” said Kelly Thomas of Boston’s Historic Burying Ground Initiative. The city owns...
    QUINCY (CBS) – You might have heard Quincy referred to as the “Granite City.” The nickname is well earned. The city was once the center of the granite-mining industry in the country. “In 1909, 146 granite sheds were working here in the city,” Al Bina toldWBZ-TV. He has studied the history of Quincy’s granite business...
    LUNENBURG (CBS) – It Happens Here: in Lunenburg. This tiny town originally included Fitchburg, and was once known as Turkey Hill. But it’s best known for the spot where generations of families had a “Whale of a Time.” Whalom Park opened in 1893 and entertained New Englanders for more than 100 years. It’s since been...
    CONCORD (CBS) – Concord, Massachusetts is a place where writers go to be inspired. The town is filled with a long history of literary greats and now there is a way to connect with the past in a very unique and personal way. Concord was the first inland settlement in Massachusetts back on September 12,...
    CARVER (CBS) – It Happens Here, in Carver. This small town is big on cranberries, making up 9 percent of all acres in the U.S. Visitors can tour a former cranberry plantation on the Edaville Railroad, or travel back in time to King Richard’s Faire, the largest Renaissance party in New England – with the...
    LAWRENCE (CBS) – It Happens Here: in Lawrence. Known for its mills and deep union roots, the walls of the city are coming alive with art. Breanna Pitts goes to Lawrence to meet an art teacher who is helping beautify the city by giving young mural artists a voice – and a job.
    LINCOLN (CBS) – It Happens Here: Lincoln. It’s the birthplace of They Might Be Giants, a Congressional Medal winning World War II spy, and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. It’s also home to a mysterious collection you need to see to believe. Welcome to Ponyhenge.