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A Massachusetts man who according to authorities preyed on people who wanted to buy homes by collecting deposits on properties that had either already been sold or were not even for sale has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison. Federal prosecutors said Wednesday that Michael P. Flavin, of Quincy, cashed more than 60 deposit checks totaling about $1.8 million over a three-year period. To carry out the scheme, he forged the sellers’ signatures. He pleaded guilty last December to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. A hearing will be held at a future date to determine restitution.


Columbia Memorial Health in Hudson, N.Y.  has launched a state of the art digital “Symptom Checker” technologyv—the region’s first online virtual medical assistant that will allow patients to efficiently assess and triage their symptoms and quickly access the care they need.

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