Director Of Community Center Placed On Leave After Boy's DeathThe city has launched a review of summer camps after a boy's death off Carson Beach.
Most Of Mass. Ground Water May Be Corrosive, Report SaysA new report shows if you use a private well, you should get your tap water tested for lead.
Ed Davis Calls Sniper Attacks On Dallas Officers 'Unprecedented'Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis called the deadly sniper attacks on Dallas police officers “unprecedented” and said the incident could change the way officers protect themselves at large events.
Accused Drunk Driver Hits Police Cruiser In Work Zone, Injuring OfficerMassachusetts State Police said a Revere Police cruiser was struck by a man driving drunk on Route 1 South in Malden shortly after midnight on Thursday.
Cleanup Underway After More Than 500,000 Attend Fireworks Spectacular On EsplanadeThe morning after about 500,000 people packed both banks of the Charles River to watch the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, cleanup was underway to clear the esplanade.
Service Held For Lynn WWII Vet Who Died With No Known KinAbout 150 people came to the Massachusetts Veterans' Memorial Cemetery in Winchendon to honor a Massachusetts WWII veteran who died nine years ago with no known kin.
Brigham And Women's Hospital Nurses Hold 'Walk-In' After Strike AvertedBrigham and Women's nurses cheered as they streamed in to the hospital entrance Monday morning, holding a celebratory "walk-in" after weeks of planning to walk out.
Nashoba Valley Winery Fighting To Keep LicensesA local winery is fighting to keep all of its licenses after the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission said it will not renew them all.
Humane Society Seeks Probe Of New England Egg FarmThe Humane Society of the United States is asking for a probe of what it calls cruel and inhumane conditions at New England's largest egg-producing farm.
2 Children, 2 Adults Killed In Manchester Apartment FireTwo children and two adults were killed in a massive fire at an apartment building in Manchester, N.H. early Monday morning.
Boston Globe Seeks New Home For 4-Ton Marble Map Of New EnglandA massive map found in the lobby of the Boston Globe offices will be sold as the newspaper moves to a new facility.
Douglas College Student Biking Across Country For Young Adults With CancerA University of Massachusetts Dartmouth student is getting ready to embark on a 4,000-mile trip across the country in support of young adults affected by cancer.

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