October 07, 2015
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Pill Thieves Target Open Houses Across Mass.
Open houses across the state are attracting drug addicts.
‘Saint Of Boston’ Has Treated City’s Homeless For Three Decades
Dr. James O'Connell co-founded the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program in the 1980s.
Brookline Students Protest Punishment Of Beloved Teacher
Teacher Larry Chen was suspended after he was reportedly overheard swearing in front of students.
Newton Mom Told To Pump Breast Milk In Airport’s “Pet Relief Area”
United Airlines is apologizing and changing their policy after a Newton mom was forced to pump her breast milk in a public terminal.
Fitchburg Man Discovers Tumor After Shark Attack
A Fitchburg man says if it wasn't for his terrifying encounter in the ocean, he wouldn't be alive.
E-Cigarette Battery Explosions Spark Safety Concerns
Doctors and fire officials are sounding an alarm about the mechanics of the devices.
DraftKings, FanDuel Deny Insider Trading Helped Employee Win $350,000
Did a DraftKings employee who won $350,000 on competing daily fantasy site, FanDuel, use inside information?
Massachusetts Could Ban Talking On Cell Phones While Driving
Families of those killed in distracted driving accidents are asking state lawmakers to back legislation that would require drivers to use hand-free phones in Massachusetts.
Counseling Centers Abruptly Close Due To Bankruptcy
The sudden closure surprised many patients.
Documents: PawSox Stadium Would Have Posed Challenges
There would have been significant urban design and environmental challenges if a proposed ballpark for the Pawtucket Red Sox was built on downtown Providence land.
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