what is the best part of massachusetts to live in with children?

Asked By: what do I know?? - 8/23/2007
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Lexington, Belmont, Newton, Arlington... all suburbs of Boston and have good school systems... More
Answered By: Mike R - 8/24/2007
Additional Answers (8)
The burbs outside of Boston.
Answered By: DoH - 8/23/2007
According to recommends Ipswitch, Danvers, Duxbury, Milton, and Braintree
Answered By: The Wandering Gnome - 8/23/2007
Some of the best schools are very close to the city, and you can easily get downtown where the children can have the best doctors, and also learn so much about the history of the country. But, you will still have the small town feel. I'd suggest Newton, Belmont and Lexington.
Answered By: ShouldBeWorking - 8/23/2007
Maine ahahaha
Answered By: samboroni16 - 8/23/2007
i personally think children should grow up in smaller towns and not too close to the city. just seems safer and their attitudes seem better. Blackstone, Millville, Douglas.. Very nice towns.
Answered By: nancy botwin II - 8/23/2007
I think nearby Boston will be nice... More
Answered By: Prem - 8/23/2007
i grew up in wakefield very nice town and revere is nice too i live here now near the beach kids love the sand and shi like that
Answered By: italianstalian9965 - 8/25/2007
I'M always amazed at these answers.The ? was about The STATE of MA.It doesn't begin & end with Boston or 495 but goes all the way to Ny,Down to Cn&RI& up to VT&NH... More
Answered By: okie 1 - 8/25/2007
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