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Holliston Man Arrested On Weapons Charges, Allegedly Threatened Obama, Homeland Security, MuslimsAccording to the FBI, the man, who was arrested Saturday in connection to a stockpile of weapons, said he wanted to "chain a mosque closed and burn it down."
BU Student In Lunenburg Fatal Crash Released On $2,500 BailA Boston University student charged with causing a fatal drunk driving crash over the weekend was released on $2,500 bail Monday.
Massachusetts' Extreme Drought Is Bringing Down TreesThe extreme drought hitting Massachusetts this year is so bad that it’s causing trees to topple in the state, according to a utility company.
Gloucester Man Due In Court In Assault Of Woman In RockportA man who police say attacked a woman and tried to rape her in Rockport last week is due to be arraigned in court Monday.
Donations Raised For Northboro Firefighter And Family Who Lost Home In Weekend BlazeFirefighters in Northboro are taking donations for the family of one of their own who lost their home in a fire over the weekend.
Pipeline Protesters Cut Free, Arrested After Locking Themselves To CarsA man and a woman from the group Resist The Pipeline, which is against the construction of Spectra Energy’s West Roxbury Lateral pipeline, locked themselves to the cars using bicycle U-locks.

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This Patriots Secondary Might Have The Best Ball Skills YetThe Patriots secondary could be the true strength of the defense, and it comes down to ball skills.
Bill Belichick Details David Andrews' Strengths As Patriots' Second-Year CenterBill Belichick explained a bit about what he sees from Andrews in his second year as a pro.
Avery Bradley Wants To Win Defensive Player Of The YearCeltics guard Avery Bradley wants to be the NBA's best defensive player next season, but he may also want to work on his knockout skills.
Bill Belichick Opts To Not Weigh In On Colin Kaepernick's National Anthem ProtestBill Belichick, unsurprisingly, had little to say about Colin Kaepernick's ongoing protest.
This Week In Golf: Patrick Reed Takes The Barclays To Open FedExCup PlayoffsIn a leaderboard with a lot of talent in the Top 10, it was Patrick Reed who emerged with the victory in the Tour's first FedExCup playoff event of the 2015-2016 season. Reed shot 66-68 in the first two rounds and then hung on over the weekend at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York, to earn $1.53 million for the win. Defending champion and No. 1-ranked Jason Day finished in fourth place, two strokes behind Reed, while Jordan Spieth finished in a tie for 10th place.
David Ortiz Feeling 'A Little Worn Out' Amid Retirement TourAll of the attention and demands on the soon-to-be-retired superstar are starting to take their toll.

Boston's Best

Phantom Gourmet: Eli's Kitchen In Warren, RIThis is a story about a guy named Eli, and his family, and how their love of food has led to a restaurant you simply must visit.
Top Spots Near Boston To Say Goodbye To SummerSummer comes and summer goes but there are always wonderful memories to savor whether living in or visiting Boston. There are many end-of-summer musts in and around the Boston area, just to be sure that the season is capped off with a vengeance.
5 Foods To Cook Over Your Backyard CampfireGet the most out of your backyard campfire. Here are five delicious recipes to try this summer.

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Top Spots Near Boston To Say Goodbye To SummerSummer comes and summer goes but there are always wonderful memories to savor whether living in or visiting Boston. There are many end-of-summer musts in and around the Boston area, just to be sure that the season is capped off with a vengeance.
New Bedford Airport Approved To Accept International FlightsWith the approval, the public-use airport is now able to accept flights originating from outside of the country.
Foodie's Guide To MilanA detailed guide to the best restaurants and local cuisine in Milan

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WBZ Summer Highlight: The Fourth Of July Fireworks Spectacular
It's Not Easy Being GreenIt's not just the drought. A number of events have made for one of the worst years for trees and plant life in recent memory. Here's a look at why your backyard is likely looking in rough shape.
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?

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