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MBTA Reduces $839,000 In Fines From 2015 Winter Storm FailuresThe MBTA has quietly agreed to waive $839,000 of the $1.7 million in penalties leveled against the company that operates the Commuter Rail system for poor performance in 2015.
2 Suspects Sought In Shooting Of 9-Year-Old On PlaygroundThe girl was shot in the back around 1 a.m. Sunday on Annunciation Road while a family was having a party nearby.
Explorer Who Claimed Discovery Of Santa Maria Shipwreck Says Looters Destroying SiteA Cape Cod explorer who claims to have found the wreck of the Santa Maria off the coast of Haiti said looters are destroying the site of the shipwreck.
Marine Receives Double Arm Transplant At Brigham And Women's HospitalA retired Marine who lost all four limbs in combat in Afghanistan six years ago is recovering after getting a double arm transplant at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Harvard University Dining Hall Workers Go On StrikeDining hall workers at Harvard University have gone on strike over wages and health care benefits.
Drought Means No Apple-Picking At One Rhode Island OrchardMother Nature is throwing a curve ball at farmers and orchards throughout New England.
Hermine Batters Cape Cod, Cancels FerriesHermine battered parts of the South, packing strong winds, heavy surf, knocking down trees and power lines, and damaging docks. Now, it's headed our way.
Mother Teresa, Now A Saint, Honored At Mass In DorchesterHundreds of parishioners packed into Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish to hear Cardinal Sean O’Malley speak about Mother Teresa, who was made a saint by Pope Francis on Sunday.
U.S. Navy Helps 92-Year-Old Medal Of Honor Recipient Celebrate BirthdayA 92-year-old Korean War hero and Medal of Honor recipient got a birthday surprise from the U.S. Navy Wednesday.
Black Lives Matter Activists Chain Themselves To Cambridge City Hall In Housing ProtestFour Black Lives Matter protesters chained themselves to the entrance to Cambridge City Hall Wednesday morning to protest the lack of affordable housing in the city.
Pipeline Protesters Cut Free, Arrested After Locking Themselves To CarsA man and a woman from the group Resist The Pipeline, which is against the construction of Spectra Energy’s West Roxbury Lateral pipeline, locked themselves to the cars using bicycle U-locks.
Friends, Classmates Remember Teen Killed In Lunenberg CrashClassmates were turning out Sunday morning to the scene of a crash that killed an 18-year-old Austin Robbins to pay their respects to a beloved friend.

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