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  1. Suffolk was created in May 1643 as one of Massachusetts’s three original counties and was named for Suffolk, England. The county seat is Boston, which is also the state capital. Founded in 1630 by English Puritan colonists, Boston has been the long-time cultural and commercial centre of New England and, with dozens of colleges and ...

  2. For the last 375 years, the Suffolk Registry of Deeds has been committed to keeping the residents of Suffolk County’s real estate records safe and accessible. In keeping with that tradition, we at the Registry of Deeds are proud to invite you to visit our new and improved public website.

  3. Suffolk County, Massachusetts has 58.2 square miles of land area and is the 13th largest county in Massachusetts by total area. Topics in the Suffolk County, Massachusetts data profile include: Populations and People; Income and Poverty; Education; Employment; Housing; Health; Business and Economy; Families and Living Arrangements; Race and Ethnicity

  4. Suffolk County is a county in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. 767,254 people lived there in 2014. Its county seat is Boston , the state capital and largest city. v

  5. An average of 37 cases per day were reported in Suffolk County, a 31 percent decrease from the average two weeks ago. Since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 268,416 cases have been reported .

  6. Suffolk County There are 11 Courts in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, serving a population of 780,685 people in an area of 59 square miles. There is 1 Court per 70,971 people, and 1 Court per 5 square miles. In Massachusetts, Suffolk County is ranked 9th of 14 counties in Courts per capita, and 1st of 14 counties in Courts per square mile.

  7. 23 hours ago · BOSTON — Suffolk District Attorney Kevin Hayden is reiterating his call for more strict nationwide gun purchasing regulations after six people, including a murder suspect and a teenager, were...

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