Boston Uses Dry Ice To Kill RatsThe city of Boston is now using dry ice to reduce the rodent population.
Person Dragged By Car After Fight In CambridgeTwo people were injured and a suspect was arrested after a violent altercation and hit-and-run in Cambridge Wednesday morning.
Evaluation Ordered For Man Charged In Duxbury Drive-By ShootingsA Maine man charged in drive-by shootings that left two people hurt early Sunday morning in Duxbury was ordered to undergo a mental evaluation.
Verizon Landline, Cable Workers Strike In BostonThe workers represent installers, customer service employees, repairmen and other service workers.
MEMA Hosts Boston Marathon Drill In FraminghamDozens of organizations participated in a Boston Marathon operational practice exercise Monday at the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Framingham.
Massachusetts Campaign Aims To Nab Drivers On PhonesMassachusetts State Police are joining local departments for a three-week blitz aimed at curtailing distracted driving.
Rob Gronkowski Helps Out At Special Olympics Competition In AshlandEighty students from five different towns participated in a Special Olympics event, with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski helping out Friday morning at Ashland High School.
State Lost Nearly $1M In Toll-Free Rides To MassDOT Employees Over 6 YearsThe report said the employees--even those who have retired, and outside contractors--have been driving toll-free for years.
Fire Breaks Out In Boston University's College Of CommunicationA three-alarm fire broke out inside the College of Communications at Boston University Friday morning.
Motive Unclear After Worcester Couple Shot And KilledFriends have identified the couple killed in a Worcester shooting, though police have not yet released details behind the shooting.
Lenox State Rep. Proposes Option For Local Gas TaxA Massachusetts lawmaker’s proposal would allow cities and towns to levy a gas tax at the local level.
Boston Symphony Loans Patrons iPads For 'Casual Fridays'As part of an effort to draw in a younger audience, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is loaning select patrons iPads loaded with content specific to each performance.

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