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Police & Fire
The "second suspect" in the Boston Marathon bombing is in police custody. He had been surrounded in a boat sitting in a Watertown backyard.
TSA is changing its policy.
Does the massacre at Newtown, CT, signal the need for a political debate on gun regulations?
The Internet retailer said the collection would begin in time for next year's holiday shopping season.
From the ubiquitous red kettles to the option to round up to the nearest dollar at the register, there are many requests for consumers' charity this season.
Sandy diminished in intensity last night, but has picked up this morning.
A deal was finalized between the state and CSX that transfers ownership to the commonwealth.
The state is taking over the rail lines between Boston and Worcester next month.
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Hopkinton and Milford top the charts.
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