May 29, 2015
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Cambridge Turnpike In Concord Reopens After Water Dam Break
Part of the Cambridge Turnpike was shut down in Concord because of a water dam break.
Boston’s Charles River Gets B-Plus For Clean Water
The federal Environmental Protection Agency has given the Charles River a B-plus for water quality, down slightly from last year's A-minus.
2 People Hit By Car In Braintree Parking Lot
Two people were hit by a car on Friday afternoon in a Braintree grocery store parking lot.
State Police: Man Killed By Bull At Hampton Falls, NH Farm
New Hampshire State Police say a 51-year-old man was killed in a confrontation with a bull at a Hampton Falls farm.
Ex-Girlfriend Of Accused Killer Alemany Provides Tearful Testimony
The ex-girlfriend of accused killer Edwin Alemany took the stand on Friday and broke down in tears during testimony about the murder of Amy Lord.
Gloucester Soldier Receives Bronze Star
Isaac Pike was honored for leading his squad to safety during a 2003 attack in Iraq.
Thousands Lose Power In Medford, Malden, Everett
Thousands of homes and businesses lost electricity in Medford, Malden, Everett and parts of Melrose Friday morning.
Transit Police: Man Claiming To Be A Ninja Assaults Woman
Transit Police say a 30-year-old man claiming to be a ninja assaulted a woman at an MBTA station and challenged officers to a fight.
Microburst Rips Down Trees In Methuen
The National Weather Service confirmed that a microburst caused damage in Methuen.
Retirement Myth #5: And They Lived Happily Ever After In Retirement
That's not reality. You need to plan for the soft side of retirement as well as the financial side.
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