Sand Sculpting Festival Gets Underway On Revere BeachArtists from all over the world are descending on Revere Beach this weekend for the annual sand sculpting festival.
Paving Crew Delays Cause Backup On Mass PikeIt all started when a paving crew overstayed their welcome Thursday morning.
Charlie Baker Is America's Most Popular Governor, Poll FindsThere’s no governor in the United States more popular than Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, according to a new poll.
Vandals Leave $20,000 In Damage At Dorchester Tennis CenterVandals trashed a Dorchester tennis club over the weekend, leaving $20,000 in damage, just as it was getting ready to host a week of day camps for kids.
Teens Find Law, Ignored For 24 Years, Requiring TD Garden To Hold FundraisersThree teenagers from Hyde Square have stumbled upon a 24-year-old deal between the city and TD Garden to host fundraising events for recreational facilities--a promise The Boston Globe said the building's owners never followed through on.
Tufts Medical Center: 'We're Ready' If Nurses Strike WednesdayOfficials at Tufts Medical Center said they are prepared in the event that nurses go through with their planned strike on Wednesday.
Cape Cod Sees Tourism Boom Over July 4 Long WeekendIf you spent the long Fourth of July weekend down the Cape, you weren't alone--the CEO of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce says it may have been their best tourism weekend ever.
Pot-Bellied Pig Owners Getting Buyer's Remorse, MSPCA SaysThe MSPCA is warning those who purchase pot-bellied pigs that those cute little piggies might not be the tiny, low-maintenance pets they think they'll be.
United Apologizes For Selling Child's Seat On Boston Flight To Standby PassengerUnited Airlines has apologized to a mother who was forced to put her two-year-old son on her lap for a long flight to Boston, even though she bought a ticket for him.
Gunman Kills 3 In Separate Attacks In MainePolice in Maine say a gunman killed three people at several locations before being fatally shot by deputies.
Pete Frates' Medical Bills Could Soon Be Covered By New InitiativeThe family of Pete Frates could no longer have to worry about his costly medical bills thanks to a new program.
Carl Stevens' Poem: Fourth Of JulyRead and listen to an Independence Day poem by WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens.

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