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Hundreds Attend Vigil For Slain Auburn Police OfficerHundreds attended a vigil at Auburn’s Lemansky Park in honor of fallen police Officer Ron Tarentino on Wednesday evening.
Brockton Student Injured During Recess By Falling PoleA second grade student in Brockton was injured after a light pole fell and landed on him while he was playing at recess.
Boston Police Investigating Viral Video Showing Off-Duty Officer In ConfrontationBoston Police are investigating a viral Facebook video allegedly showing an off-duty police officer arresting a man he says cracked his car window with an umbrella.
Slain Auburn Officer Was Shot In The Back; Killer Called Daughter To Say 'Sorry'Officials say the Massachusetts police officer killed during a traffic stop last weekend was shot in the back.
New Bedford School Honors Teacher Killed In Taunton RampageGreater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School honored George Heath, who was stabbed and killed inside a Taunton restaurant.
Volunteers Provide Garden Oasis For People With Breast CancerA group of volunteers is giving people fighting breast cancer hope by creating therapeutic sanctuaries right in their own back yards. It's called Hope in Bloom.

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Steven Wright Strong, Red Sox Offense Remains Hot In Win Over RockiesThe Red Sox fell behind 2-0 early, but bounced back to win 10-3 on the night they honored the 1986 team that reached the World Series.
Bill Buckner On Infamous 1986 World Series Error: '(Expletive) Happens'Former Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner returned to Fenway Park as he and other members of the 1986 team were honored before the game.
Dottie Pepper On DEAN & DELUCA Invitational: 'A Wonderful Test Of Skill'CBS Sports on-course reporter Dottie Pepper looks at the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, to take place at the revered Colonial Country Club.
Avery Bradley Named To NBA All-Defensive 1st TeamCeltics guard Avery Bradley was named to the NBA's All-Defensive first team for the first time in his career.
Sweeney: Bruins Would Love To Have Eriksson BackDon Sweeney would like to bring back Loui Eriksson this offseason, but says retaining the unrestricted free agent may be difficult.
Patriots Argue Against NFL In Amicus Filing With Second Circuit To Support Tom BradyThe New England Patriots have taken their strongest stance yet against the National Football League in the never-ending DeflateGate saga.

Boston's Best

Best Untraditional Donuts In BostonA traditional doughnut is shaped in a ring, an old-fashioned cake that has been deep fried, sweetened and most are glazed, filled or encrusted with sugar. Un-traditional is everything else!
Phantom Gourmet: Bistro 781 In WalthamBistro 781 is lively spot where families can gather and eat in the comfortable dining room, and folks out for a night on the town can sip on craft cocktails at the energetic bar.
Ask An Expert: Upcoming Summer Fashion Trends In BostonSummer temperatures spark new ideas for fashion trends that are simply elegant, airy, sexy and comfortable.

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Meet David Korins, The Man Behind The Look Of 'Hamilton'Korins' work in opera, film, concerts, theater and TV ranges from sleek, hyper-minimalist to homey and crafty. People tend to call him when the job is going to be hard, as in lots of locations and items that will defy physics.
Lady Antebellum To Host Televised ACM Honors ShowGrammy-winning country group Lady Antebellum will host the 10th annual ACM Honors show, which will be televised for the first time.
Who Should Win The 2016 Tony Award For Best MusicalFive wonderful musicals are up for the biggest award of the night. Here's a look at the nominees and why each is deserving to take home the award.

CBS Boston Blogs

Kalman: Signing Kevan Miller Was Wrong Move At Wrong Time For BruinsKevan Miller signed a four-year contract worth $10 million with the Bruins on Tuesday and will count against the cap at $2.50 million per season.
Kalman: Bruins' New Assistants Specialize In Grooming Youth, Constructive CriticismIt’s time for new voices on the Bruins’ bench, but voices that are still familiar and will convey a similar message to the ones they’re replacing.
Robb: Danny Ainge, Celtics Still Have Options Despite Offseason RhetoricThe offseason hasn't even started yet, and many roads for the Celtics to continue their rebuild appear to be blocked. But it's not time to panic yet.

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