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  • Big Blue Bug Solutions

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    Big Blue Bug Solutions is an extermination business located in Providence, Rhode Island that services southeastern New England. The company is best known for its mascot, Nibbles Woodaway (also known as the Big Blue Bug), a giant blue termite that stands atop its office next to I-95 in Providence. The company provides pest control services to both residential and commercial properties, and is known for using ecologically safe, pet-friendly products, and has been recognized for promoting the use of integrated pest management in schools to protect student safety. It is also known for aiding Providence during the city's rat epidemic, and was an early adopter of converting trucks to run on natural gas. Big Blue Bug Solutions also sponsors numerous Little League baseball teams throughout Rhode Island. Originally named New England Pest Control, the company changed its name to Big Blue Bug Solutions in 2012, highlighting its famous mascot.

  • Marlborough, Massachusetts

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    Marlborough (often spelled Marlboro) is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 38,499 at the 2010 census. Marlborough became a prosperous industrial town in the 19th century and made the transition to high technology industry in the late 20th century after the construction of the Massachusetts Turnpike. Marlborough was declared a town in 1660. It was incorporated as a city in 1890 when it changed its Municipal charter from a New England town meeting system to a Mayor–council government.

  • Wellesley Farms station

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    Wellesley Farms is an MBTA Commuter Rail station in Wellesley, Massachusetts. It serves the Framingham/Worcester Line. It is located in the Wellesley Farms area. The current station building, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson in 1886 and constructed in 1890, has been listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as Wellesley Farms Railroad Station since 1986. With 558 daily boardings in 2013, it is the least-used station on the line outside Route 128 station, although still around average for stations on the system.

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