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School Shooting Survivors Speak At Harvard Days Before March On WashingtonSurvivors of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida spoke about gun control and civic engagement at a forum at Harvard, Tuesday night.
School Closings, Early Dismissals For March 21 StormCheck the latest school closings and early dismissals for Wednesday, March 20.
UMass Amherst Student Seriously Injured On Spring Break In CancunA UMass Amherst student was seriously injured while vacationing in Cancun, Mexico during spring break.
SUV Crashes Through I-95 Guardrail, Lands On Road BelowA Jeep crashed over a guardrail on I-95 North in Foxboro after the driver had a medical emergency.
21 Troopers Involved In Mass. State Police O.T. ScandalThe State Police colonel says an internal audit "uncovered apparent discrepancies for overtime paid and actual time worked" among troopers.
Keller @ Large: Cyberbullying Change Or Just Another Photo Op?First Lady Melania Trump vowed to make cyberbullying her signature White House issue and she is finally getting down to business.
Eye On Education: Outdoor Classes Help Students Become Active LearnersA one of a kind pilot program for 11th graders from one Boston school is taking the classroom outdoors at the Intrepid Academy in Westwood.
LuLaRoe Pays Mother $7,000 Months After Refund OfferKristin Stafford was finally paid money owed to her by LuLaRoe after an I-Team investigation.
Baker Calls For Stronger Laws On Dangerous Drug FentanylCurrent state law requires a minimum of 10 grams of fentanyl to charge someone with trafficking. Lawmakers want to lower that amount.