Doctors Identify 4 Types Of People At Higher Risk For Mosquito BitesDo you get eaten up by mosquitoes, while others get off scot-free? Doctors say there are four types of people at higher risk of the bite.
Man To Change Plea In Teen's Overdose Death In NH MotelA man who pleaded not guilty to giving a 17-year-old girl a powerful painkiller that caused her death is scheduled for a change of plea hearing.
No Bail For Driver Charged With Hitting Grandmother, Child With SUVA Worcester woman is facing multiple charges after the SUV she was driving struck a 5-year-old girl and the girl's grandmother while they walking on a sidewalk.
Lowell Dog Owner Accused Of Dragging Pit Bull From VanA Lowell man is accused of severely injuring his pit bull by dragging it from the side of the van he was driving.
MBTA Fare Increases Start Friday: What You Need To KnowHere's a breakdown of what you should expect to pay for T rides starting July 1.
Seeing Double, Again? Third Generation Of Twins To Be Born Into Plymouth FamilyThere will be three generations of identical twins in the Christopher family.
Proposed Bill Would Let Passersby Break Into Hot Cars To Rescue PetsThe bill also calls for penalties for anyone who leaves a dog in a motor vehicle in a manner that threatens the health of an animal.
Fire Destroys Newburyport Bagel ShopFirefighters from about a dozen communities in two states have come to the aid of a four-alarm bagel shop fire in Newburyport.
Volkswagen Agrees To Pay Billions In Settlement Over Emissions CheatingMassachusetts is eligible to receive more than $90 million as part of the multi-state settlement.
Pole Vaulter With Cystic Fibrosis Clears Odds For SurvivalClearing the bar and the challenges of life and living with cystic fibrosis far longer than anyone thought he would, Jerry Cahill says exercise has made all the difference.
Leading Pediatrician Group Urges Screening Children For Suicide RiskWith suicide now the second leading cause of death for teenagers, the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new guidelines so doctors can help identify patients at risk.
Arlington Man Pleads Not Guilty To Starting Fire Near Homeless MenAn Arlington man has pleaded not guilty to starting a fire in downtown Boston that police say endangered the lives of two homeless men.

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