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Man Killed, Woman Injured In 'Clearly Targeted' Dorchester ShootingA man was killed and a woman suffered life-threatening injuries in an overnight shooting in Dorchester.
Families Of Boston Crime Victims Seek City's Help For Funeral CostsFunerals can cost nearly $4,000 and obtaining up front funds so quickly is where the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute has been trying to fill in the gaps.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Praises 'Incredible' Pan-Mass Challenge EffortsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh told Pan-Mass Challenge riders just how important their contributions are as they prepared to ride from Babson College to Gillette Stadium.
Boston Day Camp To Reopen With New Safety Rules After Boy's DeathOne week to the day after a little boy drowned while attending a Boston-run day-camp, city staff will reopen its doors to dozens of children.
Boston Police To Launch 6-Month Body Camera ProgramMayor Marty Walsh and Boston Police Commissioner William Evans announced Tuesday the city has come to an agreement with the patrolmen’s association to launch a six-month body camera program.
Marty Walsh Reaches Out To Dallas Mayor After 'Devastating' ShootingsBoston Mayor Marty Walsh responded to shootings in Dallas that left five police officers dead and several other injured.
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'Have Some Courage': Witnesses To Dorchester Teen's Murder Urged To Come ForwardCommissioner William Evans urged witnesses to come forward after a 17-year-old Dorchester student was gunned down half a block from his school.
Student Killed, 3 Injured In Shooting Near Dorchester High SchoolOne person was killed and three others were wounded in a shooting on Washington Street in Dorchester Wednesday afternoon.
Jackson, Walsh At Odds Over Boston Public Schools WalkoutBoston Public Schools students could walk out of classes Tuesday to protest budget cuts, but Mayor Marty Walsh says City Councillor Tito Jackson and other adults, not kids, are behind the movement.
Auction Of Gun Used To Kill Trayvon Martin Troubling To Boston Mayor, PoliceBoston Mayor Marty Walsh and police are "deeply troubled" about the auction of a gun that was used to kill 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida in February 2012.

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