17-Year-Old Boy Drowns At Georgetown PondA 17-year-old boy drowned at a Georgetown pond on Saturday afternoon.
Verizon, Union Reach Agreement To End StrikeVerizon and striking unions have reached a deal in principle for a 4-year labor agreement.
Hundreds Of Police Officers Attend Wake For Slain Auburn OfficerHundreds of police officers from across the state attended a wake for slain Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino Thursday.
Nashoba Valley Student Graduating College Before High SchoolA local student is earning her associate's degree, then a week later graduating from high school.
46 Goats Surrendered From Montague Home Up For AdoptionA Montague man has turned in 46 goats living at his home to the MSPCA in what is considered one of the largest single goat surrenders in the organization's history.
Bellingham Moms To Ride In PMC For Nate Solder's Son Who Has CancerA group of Bellingham moms will be riding in the Pan-Mass Challenge this year in support of New England Patriots offensive lineman Nate Solder's young son who is battling cancer.
Pig To Be Euthanized After Attacking Townsend CoupleA pig that attacked a husband and wife in two separate incidents on their farm Tuesday night will be euthanized, Townsend Police said Wednesday afternoon.
Habitat For Humanity Builds Roxbury Home For 2 FamiliesA Roxbury duplex was built by Habitat for Humanity to help two struggling families.
DA: 33 Overdose Deaths In Middlesex County Since Last MonthThe Middlesex District Attorney says 19 of the 33 overdose deaths have been heroin-related.
Islamic Cemetery Plan Draws Opposition In DudleyThe Islamic Society of Greater Worcester is looking to develop a Muslim cemetery in Dudley and some neighbors are opposed to the proposal.
Boston Fire Department Marks Two Years Since Death Of Two FirefightersThe Boston Fire Department asked people to pause on Saturday afternoon and remember two firefighters who lost their lives two years ago while fighting a 9-alarm Back Bay fire.
MBTA's Green Line T Service Resumes After Copley Train Derailment Caused Significant DelaysThe MBTA's Green Line T service has resumed between Copley and Kenmore stations after a train derailment at Copley caused significant delays for riders on Saturday afternoon.

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