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Historical Studies B-41
The Massachusetts League of Cities and Towns will open its headquarters at 8 Beacon st., Aug. 1, it was announced last night by the organization's president, Mayor Philip J. Crowley of Everett.
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The .boston domain was initially awarded to the city of Boston and the Boston Globe in 2012, but the media company sold off nearly all its interests in the venture to Minds + Machines Group Limited, a company specializing in the operation of Internet domains. The Globe retains a small ownership percentage in the new domain and will receive some revenue from the sale of .boston addresses.
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