The page you will be directed to will NOT include any of the resources purchased specifically for Boxborough residents (which are paid for by the Sargent Memorial Library Foundation).Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL): A Database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research.EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second in a series of stories exploring human trafficking in Massachusetts.The series will delve into the widespread commercial sex trade in our cities and suburbs, the online marketplaces where pimps and johns buy and sell sex, cases of modern-day slavery and victims’ tales of survival. You have no job experience, so you have nothing to put on a resume.When Jasmine Marino was 19 years old, she thought she was in love, and she was willing to do nearly anything for her man -- even sell her body.“He would buy me things and make me feel special and loved,” the Saugus woman recalled.More Quarterly newsletter from Board of Selectmen to highlight major topics facing the Town.To have the newsletter delivered to your email inbox, sign up at https://us/boardofselectmen/bosemail/ More We are grateful to those residents who called our department yesterday, June 12, allowing us to further investigate circumstance surrounding two separate solicitors who were in violation of the Sudbury Door-to-Door Salesman Bylaw. More This is the time of the year to be vigilant about tick-borne illness disease prevention.
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Mark Montigny, D-New Bedford, the lawmaker behind the state’s 2011 human trafficking law.
“It’s easier for people to think of them as delinquents and prostitutes rather than enslaved, trafficked, human beings.” So who are the victims of sex trafficking in Massachusetts?
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series of stories exploring human trafficking in Massachusetts.
The series will delve into the widespread commercial sex trade in our cities and suburbs, the online marketplaces where pimps and johns buy and sell sex, cases of modern-day slavery and victims' tales of survival.
THE ISSUE: Human trafficking, including commercial sexual exploitation, is a hidden issue in Massachusetts affecting urban and suburban communities in every region of the state.