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Drought Has Mass. Farms On 'Brink Of Collapse'Much of the state is in moderate to severe drought, lawns have gone brown and farmers are desperate to see it pour.
I-Team: Internal Investigation Clears Greenway Conservancy Of Improper Financial ConductAn internal review of finances by the nonprofit that oversees downtown Boston’s Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has turned up no evidence of “improper conduct,” according to a report the WBZ I-Team obtained.
Police Protest Somerville City Hall Black Lives Matter BannerPolice officers in Massachusetts are upset the mayor of Somerville is refusing to remove a Black Lives Matter banner that has hung over City Hall for nearly a year.
More Bones, Clothing Found On National Grid Property In EverettFor the second time in three weeks, bones and clothing have been discovered on National Grid property in Everett, as investigators try to identify the body.
Parents Want Answers After 7-Year-Old Boy Dies At Boston Summer CampThere are still a lot of unanswered questions surrounding the death of a 7-year-old boy in South Boston.
Doctors Discover Specific Inner Ear Deficit In Kids With AutismDiagnosing autism as early as possible is crucial to early intervention.

Latest Sports

Fans Excited As Patriots Begin Training CampPats nation stormed into Gillette Stadium on Thursday to watch their Patriots start training camp.
Doc Rivers Wants Paul Pierce To Retire As A CelticIt’s unclear when exactly Paul Pierce will retire from the NBA, but Doc Rivers wants to make sure he is a member of his original team whenever he elects to hang it up.
NFLPA's DeflateGate Legal Fees Reached $3.5 Million ... Before Hiring Ted OlsonIn news that does not come as a surprise but is now nevertheless official, the DeflateGate legal battle cost a whole lot of money.
Day 1 Of Training Camp Extra Special For Patriots Nate SolderNate Solder got to enjoy some time on the practice field with his 1-year-old son Hudson, who has been battling cancer, making Thursday an extremely special day for him and his family.
Max Kellerman Took A Beating On Twitter For His Hot Take On Tom BradyKellerman had a hot take about TB12, and the internet was not happy.
Aaron Hernandez Has Become Huge Harry Potter Fan In PrisonA new article from Sports Illustrated shed some light on Hernandez's life these days, and it included a tidbit about his reading habits that may come as a surprise.

Boston's Best

Best R&B Concerts Coming To BostonBoston will be home to some fantastic R&B shows in the summer of 2016!
Phantom Gourmet: Great 8 NachosSmothered in cheese, and topped with anything and everything, nachos are the ultimate starter. These are the 8 Greatest places Phantom finds them.
5 Ways To Prep For School Before The First DayStart the school year off on the right foot by helping your kids prep for school before the first day.

Travel

Sightseeing Guide To TorontoPack your bags for a weekend getaway to Toronto or make plans to spend an entire week there. No matter how long you plan to stay, you are sure to have a fun and exciting time while there.
Ultimate Guide To The Guinness BreweryEverything you need to know before you visit Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland
JetBlue Considers Adding Flights To EuropeOn Tuesday, the airline revealed it’s considering the idea, but it's not a sure thing.

CBS Boston Blogs

Boston Now In 'Severe Drought,' But Soaking Rain On The WayIt’s been a long time since we’ve seen a soaking rainfall – but finally, some significant wet weather is in the cards for southern New England.
Jay Talking Travel: Portugal Episode Five - Hardcore SoccerThe style of soccer played at the local level in Portugal is brutal, with players being carried off the field on stretchers.
Jay Talking Travel: Portugal Episode Four - MonchiqueMonchique is a town nestled in a forested mountain range at the edge of the Algarve region.

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