MCAS Exams Getting First Overhaul In Nearly 20 YearsThe statewide Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exams are getting their first overhaul since their creation nearly two decades ago.
Thousands Flock To Boston For PAX EastGamers from far and wide are flooding into Boston for one of the world's premier gaming festivals this weekend.
Court Hears Case Of Teen Who Sent Boyfriend Texts Urging SuicideMassachusetts' highest court is set to hear arguments in the case of a teenager charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to kill himself.
Keolis Giving MBTA's Commuter Rail Conductors 400 Specialized iPhonesThe MBTA's Commuter Rail conductors are getting an information technology upgrade in the form of a specially designed iPhone.
Education Chief Urges State Takeover Of Southbridge SchoolsMassachusetts education officials are calling for a state takeover of Southbridge public schools.
Bill Clinton Kicks Off Tour For Wife's Presidential CampaignFormer president Bill Clinton hit the road in New Hampshire to campaign for his wife.
Missing Lakeville Children Found Safe, Mother ArrestedPolice say two children who were reported missing in Lakeville have been found safe.
4 Years Later, Andover Couple's Murder Remains UnsolvedAuthorities are looking for the public's help with an unsolved murder of an Andover couple found shot to death inside their home nearly four years ago.
Norton Man Held On Bail In Fatal Mansfield Road Rage CrashMichael Hinds, 67, is accused of motor vehicle homicide while under the influence.
Mass. Ski Areas To Participate In World's Biggest Skiing LessonAt least 150 ski and snowboard areas nationwide, including ones in Massachusetts, plan to participate in a Guinness Book of World Records event to set multiple records.
Philip Chism Ruled Competent To Stand Trial In Danvers Teacher MurderPhilip Chism is competent to stand trial in the murder of his high school math teacher, a judge ruled Wednesday.
$250 Bail For Mother Arrested In Amber Alert, Family ApplaudsA woman who was arrested in Boston after prompting an Amber Alert over the weekend was released on $250 bail Monday, sparking applause from her family.

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