Daily Talker: Do You Agree With The Supreme Court Birth Control Decision?The White House says women's health will be jeopardized by a Supreme Court decision that allows corporations with religious objections to opt out of a requirement that they cover contraceptives. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Monday that women should make personal health decisions for themselves, and that the Obama administration is looking into how many women could be affected by the decision. He said Congress should take action to assist women affected by the decision.
Central Mass. Town Worker Fired For Saving Kitty In Another TownA local highway department worker was terminated recently after he helped rescue “Kaboodle,” a wayward cat.
Weare, NH Police To Have Cameras Mounted On UniformsAll 12 officers will have to wear cameras while on duty. It is a direct result of several incidents of police misconduct.
MGH To Quiz All Patients About Use Of Alcohol And Illegal DrugsMass. General says the purpose of questions on alcohol and drugs is to make substance abuse treatment part of mainstream medical care.
Pastor Reinstated After Presiding Over Same-Sex Marriage In HullA United Methodist Church pastor has been reinstated after he was defrocked over performing his son's same-sex marriage.
Chelsea Schools Overwhelmed By Sudden Influx Of Immigrant StudentsThe national immigration crisis on the United States’ southern border is now impacting Massachusetts.
Western Mass. Residents On Edge Over Natural Gas Pipeline Proposal Plans to build a natural gas pipeline through central and western Massachusetts are running into opposition from residents in the communities affected.
20-Year-Old RI Man Faces Third Child Porn Arrest In 3 YearsA 20-year-old East Providence, Rhode Island man is facing his third child pornography arrest in three years after Rhode Island State Police took him into custody on Monday.
Daily Talker: Study Says Summer Means More Road RageSummer officially starts on Saturday -- which means warmer weather, vacations, and according to one study, more road rage. Safeco Insurance found that about 3 in 10 drivers say they are more likely to tailgate, use the horn, yell, or gesture at other drivers in the summer. Those figures go up to around 40 percent on Friday afternoons and during holiday travel weekends like Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day.
Iraq War Veterans Saddened By Renewed Violence The renewed violence in Iraq is reopening wounds for local Iraq war veterans.
Veterans Angry After Danvers Swaps POW/MIA Flag For LGBT Flag At Town HallA compromise has been forged in Danvers where veterans are upset that a POW/MIA flag outside Town Hall was replaced with a gay pride flag for the month of June.
Poll: Shaheen Leads Brown By 10 Points In NH Senate RaceSenator Jeanne Shaheen is holding onto a comfortable lead in the race for re-election in New Hampshire.