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Low-Flying Helicopters Have Boston BuzzingPeople are wondering why so many helicopters have been flying around Boston.
'I Could Have Died There,' Boy Says After 29 Escape Lawrence FireMore than two dozen people were forced out of their homes by a huge fire that hit six buildings in Lawrence early Thursday morning.
Keller @ Large: Crowds And Signs Mean Nothing To Most VotersThere are certain clichés you just know you’re going to hear repeated every campaign: "this is a movement… I’m fighting for you… the only poll that counts is the one on election day!"
Earth-Like Planet Found Orbiting Nearby StarAfter scanning the vast reaches of the cosmos for Earth-like planets where life might exist, astronomers have found one right next door.
Mylan To Lower EpiPen Costs By Expanding Savings ProgramsMylan, now in the crosshairs over severe price hikes for its EpiPen, says it will expand programs that lower out-of-pocket costs by as much as half.
Autographed Patriots Helmet Stolen From Foxboro Restaurant ReturnedA helmet autographed by the Super Bowl XLIX champion New England Patriots stolen from a restaurant at Patriot Place has been returned.

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Dave Richard: UMass Alum Tajea Sharp A Potential Fantasy SleeperEveryone loves a good sleeper pick.
Revisiting The Patriots' 2014 Draft ClassHow did the Patriots do in the 2014 draft? Adam Jones looks back in the wake of the Bryan Stork trade.
Massarotti: Impressive Trip For Red Sox, But They're Still Blowing Too Many Games LateAs well as the Red Sox have been playing lately, a closer inspection of the team’s performance makes you wonder whether they have merely masked a problem that has plagued them all year.
Benintendi: Sprained Knee Feels 'Stiff', Team Planning MRI For ThursdayThe Red Sox are in the process of planning an MRI on Andrew Benintendi's injured leg.
Slimmer Pablo Sandoval Starts Defensive DrillsBoston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval has started doing defensive drills as part of his rehab program following season-ending left shoulder surgery in May.
Benintendi Injured, Rays Beat Red Sox 4-3 In 11 InningsAndrew Benintendi had to be helped off the field after spraining his left knee.

Boston's Best

Boston's Best Oldies Music BarsMusic is entertaining and sometimes therapeutic for all ages. The older crowd has a few hangouts that especially cater to their musical whims and favorites. There are a myriad of bars in the Boston area that offer older audiences an entertaining evening of music and libations.
Forget Canning: Pickle Your Summer Fruits & VegetablesDon't waste that Summer produce; pickle your fruits and vegetables this year.
Boston's Best Spicy Food RestaurantsBoston is home to restaurants serving up incredible spice!

Travel

5 Tallest Buildings In The Entire WorldThere are many megatall skyscrapers found around the world. All of these offer plenty of space for commercial, recreation and residential use.
Backpacker's Guide To SwedenBackpackers guide to Sweden with information on things to do and where to stay, particularly in Stockholm
Camper's Guide To Big Bend National ParkIf you love camping in the great outdoors you will have a blast camping at Big Bend National Park.

CBS Boston Blogs

Drought Continues To Deepen - Little Relief AheadThe drought continues to worsen across the area with little rain on the way. Can the tropics help save us from a long stretch of dry weather?
Massarotti: Impressive Trip For Red Sox, But They're Still Blowing Too Many Games LateAs well as the Red Sox have been playing lately, a closer inspection of the team’s performance makes you wonder whether they have merely masked a problem that has plagued them all year.
Robb: Do Celtics Really Have Easiest Schedule In NBA?Brian Robb takes his annual look at the Celtics' regular season schedule to determine whether it is in fact the easiest schedule in the league, as ESPN projects.

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