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A woman is loaded into an ambulance after he was injured by one of two bombs exploded during the 117th Boston Marathon near Copley Square on April 15, 2013 in Boston. (credit: Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Dinner To Honor Boston Marathon First Responders

An organization that helps families of fallen firefighters and police officers will honor people who saved lives after the Boston Marathon bombings, as well as those involved in the manhunt for the suspects.

10/08/2013

Endopat created by Itamar can warn patients of heart attack risk.

Device Warns Patient Of Heart Attack Risk

Itamar Medical, Inc. of Franklin has developed a simple device that can warn a patient years ahead of time if they are a likely candidate for a heart attack.

04/25/2013

Sullivan and Cogliano Training Center in Brockton (Credit: Sullivan and Cogliano Website)

Mass. Sues Brockton-Based For-Profit Medical Training School

The Massachusetts attorney general has sued a for-profit school for allegedly misrepresenting job placement numbers while leaving students with deep debt and poor job prospects.

04/03/2013

A man in the surf in Winthrop during Hurricane Sandy. (Photo courtesy: Erin O'Leary)

Boston’s Best Resources For Emergency Preparedness

Check out these Boston resources to help you prepare for that unexpected emergency.

CBS Boston–02/01/2013

A rendering of the originally proposed Suffolk Downs Casino. (Courtesy: Elkus Manfredi Architects)

All Things Travel: Residents Worry About Suffolk Downs Casino Traffic

Residents of Revere have expressed major concern regarding traffic congestion that the casino at Suffolk Downs would bring to the area.

08/22/2012

Tree removal.

Gardening With Gutner: Tree Limb Removal

For many, it’s time to clean up the weak limbs, broken branches, split crotches and damaged trunks leftover from last Autumn’s storms.

04/24/2012

(credit: John Medina/Getty Images)

Drop Zones: Best Destinations For Skydivers Near Boston

Before leaping into the air from 10,000 feet up and falling at about 120 miles per hour, here are some important tips to know before going skyward with a skydiving company.

CBS Boston–10/12/2010

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