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  1. Greater Boston - Wikipedia

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    Greater Boston has a sizable Jewish community, estimated at between 210,000 people, and 261,000 or 5–6% of the Greater Boston metro population, compared with about 2% for the nation as a whole. Contrary to national trends, the number of Jews in Greater Boston has been growing, fueled by the fact that 60% of children in Jewish mixed-faith ...

  2. Boston - Wikipedia

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    Hospitals, universities, and research institutions in Greater Boston received more than $1.77 billion in National Institutes of Health grants in 2013, more money than any other American metropolitan area. Greater Boston has more than 100 colleges and universities, with 250,000 students enrolled in Boston and Cambridge alone.

  3. Trolleybuses in Greater Boston - Wikipedia

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    The Boston-area trolleybus (or, as known locally, trackless trolley) system forms part of the public transportation network serving Greater Boston in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. It opened on April 11, 1936, [1] [2] and since 1964 has been operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA).

  4. Talk:Greater Boston - Wikipedia

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    If Greater Boston indeed has 5.8 million people, it should have more than two congressman - specifically, that's about 10 congressmen - presumably the 2 NH congressmen and 8 of the 10 MA ones. john k 05:39, 19 Nov 2004 (UTC) Eighth District. Eighth district includes at least Somerville which is certainly greater Boston Largest town

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  6. Greater Boston - Wikipedia

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    Greater Boston is the metropolitan region o New Ingland encompassin the municipality o Boston, the caipital o the U.S. state o Massachusetts, the hame o Harvard Varsity an the maist populous ceety in New Ingland, as well as its surroondin auries.

  7. Greater Boston League - Wikipedia

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    The Greater Boston League (GBL) is a high school athletic conference in District B of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association.The league originally included teams from the cities and towns of Medford, Malden, Somerville, Everett, Cambridge, Arlington, Peabody, Waltham, and Revere.

  8. Greater Boston - Wikitravel

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    May 05, 2020 · For other places with the same name, see Boston (disambiguation).. Greater Boston is a region in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in the United States of America.It is the most populated region in New England, home to several million people.

  9. Greater Boston – Travel guide at Wikivoyage

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    Greater Boston is a region in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in the United States of America. Roughly bounded by the I-95 beltway (or Route 128 to some locals) and Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay, Greater Boston is home to over 3 million people, making it the most populated region in New England. Cities

  10. Greater Boston | PBS

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    Jim Braude delivers news with local depth and local perspective through conversations with the people who bring Boston to life. Greater Boston is broadcast Monday - Thursday at 7pm on WGBH-2 and ...

  11. Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    Boston is the state capital and largest city in Massachusetts. The population of the city proper is 692,600, and Greater Boston, with a population of 4,873,019, is the 11th largest metropolitan area in the nation. Other cities with a population over 100,000 include Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, and Cambridge.