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One person was shot Thursday along Tremont Street in Boston's South End section, police said. Officers responded around 4:15 p.m. to 790... [Read More]
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Partnership focuses on potential fibromyalgia vaccine... [Read More]
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There is new hope for millions of Americans living with the chronic pain and fatigue of fibromyalgia. A Boston researcher hopes to start work on... [Read More]
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A major victory for a man who spent more than three decades in prison for a murder he insists he did not commit. [Read More]
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Police said one person was shot in Boston's South End neighborhood Thursday night. [Read More]
Flanked by more than two dozen lawmakers, Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday signed into law new protections for pregnant workers that would ban discrimination in... [Read More]
Update: A Florida police department is increasing its patrols at the house of a man identified by social media as appearing in the violent shark-dragging... [Read More]
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Attorney General Maura Healey says the state's largest debt collection firm will pay $1 million in restitution for what her office calls "widespread consumer ab... [Read More]
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A boy was rushed to the hospital Wednesday after a 23-foot boat with 12 people on board capsized in the waters... [Read More]
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After a boat capsized on Buzzards Bay Wednesday, a team of three that came together to rescue a missing child. [Read More]
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Is a $50 million school project in Millis being held up because of bats? Voters approved a plan to replace the aging Clyde Brown Elementary... [Read More]
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Friday will feature mostly sunny skies before a coastal storm will bring heavy rain to parts of southern New England on Saturday. [Read More]
Ron and Heather speak with Olivier Knox, Chief Washington Correspondent for Yahoo! News. They look at presidential advisers, past and present, and how they have... [Read More]
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Lawmakers want to drench the first week of August in cold water, sending Gov. Charlie Baker legislation on Thursday to annually commemorate the catchy and... [Read More]
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Diane Sargent nearly broke down when addressing a group of Boston officials and Greenfield residents at a ceremony at Leyden Woods.It was nearly 20 years... [Read More]
The company developing an electrical transmission line that could carry hydroelectric power from Quebec into New England is among the submissions for long-term clean energy... [Read More]
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It's peak blueberry-picking season at C.N. Smith Farm and families are flocking to take part. Dozens of families spent the day at the local... [Read More]
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Brandon Montella was working on a 16-hour workday.Now time for hour No. 17: Getting punched in the face. Hard.Such is the life for the 37-year-old... [Read More]
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Fans of fall in New England, keep your fingers crossed. A recent report says we could be in for warmer than usual temperatures.... [Read More]
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