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  • The Pinehills, Massachusetts

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    thumbThe Pinehills is a census-designated place (CDP) located in the Pine Hills region of Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. As of 2008, the project is the largest new residential and commercial development in New England. When complete, The Pinehills, a mixed-use community, will include 1.3 million square feet of mixed-use space and 3,065 homes on only 30 percent of the land, preserving over 2,200 acres of open space over an area of , an area larger than many Massachusetts towns. Already, over 500,000 square feet of mixed-use space exists in the Village Green. The community now consists of over 2,000 single-family homes, apartments and condominiums, two daily fee public golf courses, a private golf club, and the Village Green, a commercial center with a grocery store, restaurants, US Post Office, shops and professional and medical services. At the 2010 census, the population was 955. Homes in The Pinehills are organized into nearly 40 neighborhoods. Neighborhoods have different builders and home styles: from cottage homes to custom homes to condominium townhomes to luxury apartment rentals.

  • Queset House

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    Queset House is a house located at 51 Main Street, North Easton, Massachusetts next to the Ames Free Library. The house was built in 1854 from a design by noted architect Andrew Jackson Downing under commission from industrialist Oakes Angier Ames. In 1872 John Ames Mitchell designed its rear extension. Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted planned its grounds. The Ames Free Library purchased the house in 2007. The building is used as an extension of the library's special programs, including monthly meetings of library groups.

  • Murders of Rachel and Lillian Entwistle

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    Neil Entwistle (born 18 September 1978) is an English man convicted of murdering his American wife, Rachel, and their infant daughter, Lillian, on 20 January 2006 in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. He was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole and is incarcerated at Old Colony Correctional Center in Massachusetts.

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