Gov. Baker Supports 'Rattlesnake Island' In Quabbin ReservoirThe Department of Fisheries and Wildlife wants to make a Quabbin Reservoir island home to the venomous timber rattlesnake, which is indigenous to the state.
State Validates English High School's MCAS Math ScoresAfter withholding the spring 10th grade MCAS math scores for about a month while investigating anomalies in the test results, state education officials have validated English High School's scores.
Tobin Bridge Drivers Adjust To New Traffic ChangesThere’s a new traffic pattern on the southbound Tobin Bridge.
Boston Bombing Suspect's Friends Indicted On Obstruction ChargesTwo friends of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly hampering the bombing investigation.
Study: Cheap Jewelry Sold In Mass. Can Have High Levels Of Toxic ChemicalsHealth advocates are expressing concern over the amount of toxic chemicals being found in low-cost jewelry.
Brown Holds Comfortable Lead Over Warren In New Senate PollThe latest poll in the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts shows Sen. Scott Brown with a comfortable lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren.
Boston Police Officer Credited With Saving Woman Who Fell Off RoofOfficer Robert Robichaud is being credited with saving the life of a distraught woman who was threatening to jump from a roof top.
Foxboro Residents Meet To Discuss Proposed CasinoHundreds of Foxboro residents packed a planning board meeting to weigh in on a proposal by Robert Kraft and Steve Wynn to build a resort casino near Gillette Stadium.
Davey: MBTA Fare Hikes Almost Impossible To AvoidA list of possible fare hikes and service cuts is being put together to help the MBTA close a huge budget gap.
MBTA Fare Hikes, Service Cuts Likely Coming SoonA fare hike and service cuts on the "T" are closer to becoming a reality.
Bavis Family Settles Final Wrongful Death Lawsuit From 9/11The family of Mark Bavis decided to settle after making public as much information as it could about what it viewed as security lapses on Sept. 11, 2001, at Logan Airport.
Hackers Strike Mass. Unemployment Offices The names, addresses and social security numbers of hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts residents have been exposed to thieves.

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