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.
More Doctors Are Prescribing Exercise Instead Of MedicationDoctors treating chronic health problems increasingly are prescribing exercise for their patients — and encouraging them to think of physical activity as their new medication.
'Likely Rabid' Fox On The Loose After Biting Two In LeicesterPolice warned the public about a potentially rabid fox that bit two people in the area of King Street and Route 56 in Leicester Thursday morning.
Duxbury Considers Plan To Decriminalize Underage DrinkingDuxbury may change the way it does business when it comes to policing and prosecuting underage drinking.
Hillary Clinton Says 'I Still Love New Hampshire,' Despite Primary LossThe Democratic presidential candidate lost a lopsided presidential primary vote to Bernie Sanders, but thanked New Hampshire voters for their support.
Police Investigate Apparent Murder-Suicide In PeabodyA man and woman were found dead at a home in Peabody Tuesday night.
Quincy Man Allegedly Impersonated Women Online, Solicited Acts Of RapePolice say a Quincy man put local women in danger when he stole their Facebook profiles and used them on adult websites.
Teacher On Leave After Allegedly Sending West Boylston Student Inappropriate MessageA special education teacher is on administrative leave after allegedly sending a West Boylston Middle-High School student an inappropriate message.

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