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At the conference’s luncheon in the Crowne Plaza hotel in Natick, Mass., Amy MacKinnon, opinions editor for editorial pages at the Patriot Ledger of Quincy, Mass., received the Allan B. Rogers Editorial Award; The Telegraph of Nashua, N.H., won the Morley L. Piper First Amendment Award; W. Zachary “Bill” Malinowski, a staff writer of The Providence (R.I.) Journal, was recognized as the AP Sevellon Brown New England Journalist of the Year; and Maureen E. Croteau, a professor and the chairwoman of Department of Journalism at the University of Connecticut, was named the New England Journalism Educator of the Year..."
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I am reporting on a Massachusetts town's search for a candidate to fill the position of Town Counsel. The town appointed a committee to screen candidates for the position, and the committee announced that it will meet in a closed session to review and discuss the applications. Can they do this, or must their meeting be open to the public?