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110 years ago, an Italian immigrant who arrived in Boston from San Valentino Torio, Salerno when he was only sixteen years old saw the realization of his fondest dreams, to establish an Italian language newspaper that would be the genuine voice of the increasing flow of Italians to the United States. The boy was James V. Donnaruma, the newspaper was LA GAZETTA DEL MASSACHUSETTS, which is now published in English as the POST-GAZETTE. Read more here.