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    • Boston

      Boston

      Boston is the capital city of Massachusetts and most heavily populated. It covers an area of around 89.63 square miles, consisting of 48.4 square miles of land and 41.2 square…

    • Cambridge

      Cambridge

      Cambridge sits parallel to Boston, with the Charles River separating them. The city is currently the fifth most populated in Massachusetts, just behind Lowell, Springfield, Worcester, and Boston. Famous as…

    • Newton

      Newton

      Newton, in eastern Massachusetts, sits alongside the Charles River and west to the state capital Boston. The city compromises a number of villages including, Waban, Nonantum, Newton Ville, Newton Upper…

    • Arlington

      Arlington

      Located just 6 miles outside of Boston, Arlington was first founded more than 350 years ago and has a deeply historic and cultural heritage that it is very proud of.…

    • Brookline

      Brookline

      Situated in Norfolk County and part of the Greater Boston area, Brookline borders with West Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Mission Hill, Fenway-Kenway, Allston, and Brighton and is to the east of…

    • Watertown

      Watertown

      Named after the numerous falls found along the Black River, Watertown developed into a thriving center of manufacturing and industry. Although functioning as a city by state law, Watertown is…

    • Waltham

      Waltham

      Located around 11 miles to the north-west of Boston’s downtown, and 3 miles from Brighton, Waltham runs alongside Charles River. The city was originally home to the Boston Manufacturing Company…

    • Winchester

      Winchester

      There is a lot to love about Winchester. North of Boston’s downtown district you will find it, a suburb which is noted as being what is called a bedroom community…

    • Somerville

      Somerville

      Located to the north of Cambridge and northwest of Boston, Somerville is famous for the welcoming attitude of residents and locals. Like another popular Massachusetts city, Cambridge, Somerville has a…

    • Medford

      Medford

      Based along the Mystic River and around 6 miles to the northwest of Boston’s thriving downtown district, is Medford. When it was first incorporated in 1892, it was a thriving…

    • Melrose

      Melrose

      A suburb of Boston some 7 miles from the city, Melrose was first settled in the 1630’s and sits in the Mystic River Valley. It has a population of around…

    • Lynnfield

      Lynnfield

      The charming small town of Lynnfield, with fewer than 12,000 inhabitants at the time of writing, occupies a beautiful location in the North Shore region of Massachusetts. With a rich…

    • Wakefield

      Wakefield

      With a population of around 26,000 in a town covering 7.9 square miles, Wakefield is an historic town first settled in 1638 alongside several other settlements. It occupies a site…

    • Woburn

      Woburn

      As with many towns in Massachusetts, Woburn was originally settled in the first half of the 17th century. The name is taken from the town of Woburn in Bedfordshire, England.…

    • Saugus

      Saugus

      First settled in 1629, Saugus sits alongside the river of the same name, occupying an area of some 11.8 square miles just inland from Massachusetts Bay. The town is bordered…

    • Worcester

      Worcester

      Located in Central Massachusetts, the city of Worcester takes its name from the city of the same name in England, and with a population of more than 180,000 is second…