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Peabody Father Charged With Assaulting Daughter Over Snapchat UseAccording to family members, the man was upset that his daughter had installed Snapchat on her phone.
Ban On Native American School Mascots Debated At State HouseA bill that would ban the use of Native American mascots in Massachusetts public schools was debated at a public hearing at the State House.
Harvard Pulls 10 Acceptances Because Of Obscene Online Posts, Report SaysHarvard has reportedly revoked the admissions of at least ten incoming students because of some obscene messages sent on Facebook.
Appeals Court Says State Police Dog Bite Victim Can SueRick Dudley never used to be afraid of dogs. He is now. Dudley was mistakenly attacked by an 80 pound State Police K-9 back in 2011.
Lowell Board Of Health Votes To Shut Down High SchoolThe Board of Health in Lowell voted to shut down the city's high school. The problem is they have no authority to do that.
Man Charged With Murdering Young Concord, NH WomanA man has been arrested and charged with murder after a young woman was found stabbed to death in Concord, New Hampshire.
Boston Restaurant 'Vindicated' After Food Poisoning ScareThe owner of Back Bay Sandwich says his food did not make anyone sick.
'Good Samaritan' Uses Baseball Bat To Rescue Woman From Burning CarA man at a Memorial Day cookout in Reading used a baseball bat to get a woman out of a car that crashed between two utility poles.
Man Suspected Of Bolton Break-In Arrested After Police PursuitA man suspected of breaking into a home in Bolton was arrested Friday morning after a police chase through several towns.
Lynn Man Accused Of Stabbing MBTA Bus Driver Appears In CourtGustavo Merida, 53 of Lynn, is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Police Taking New Precautions On Opioid CallsIt used to be that when police officers responded to an opioid overdose, they worried about saving just the victim's live. Now they also have to protect their own.
UNH Police Investigating 'Acts Of Hate And Bias'Several recent incidents have been reported at UNH that the university president calls "acts of hate and bias."

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