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Biden Outlines Progress In "Moonshot" For Cancer Cure In BostonVice President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the White House's "moonshot" to find a cure for cancer has been making real progress in the past year, but more needs to be done as the nation prepares to elect a new president.
Where Have All The Campaign Signs Gone?Political experts say there are fewer campaign lawn signs this year because they are expensive, and campaigns are focused on targeting voters online and through more direct methods.
Weymouth Level 3 Sex Offender To Be Cited For Using Library ComputerQuincy Police said a Level-3 sex offender violated a city ordinance by using a library computer on Saturday.
Motorcyclist Charged With Hitting Trooper Held On $10K BailThe motorcycle driver Massachusetts State Police say struck and seriously injured a trooper near Gillette Stadium Sunday afternoon was arraigned Monday.
Mental Health Evaluation Ordered For Man Charged With Assaulting ToddlerTaj McDonald is charged with assaulting his 3-year-old nephew multiple times inside a Worcester apartment.
State Pulls Child Care Licenses From Terri’s Little Pumpkins Day Care FacilitiesA chain of day care centers that's been cited by the state for numerous regulatory violations will be closing its doors.
Patch Adams Explains How To Bring Joy To Others In Ashland VisitOne of the world's great healers and ambassador of joy, Patch Adams, came to Ashland Tuesday.
Active Shooter Drill Held At Worcester's DCU Center, Area HospitalsFirst responders in Worcester and surrounding communities gathered at the DCU Center for a simulated disaster drill Tuesday that continued on to several area hospitals.
No Punishment For Worcester Football Player After National Anthem ProtestA Doherty Memorial High School football player who knelt during the National Anthem before Friday's game against Leominster has not, and will not, be disciplined.
CVS To Pay Massachusetts $795K, Tighten Opioid PoliciesCVS Health Corp. has agreed to pay Massachusetts $795,000 and will tighten its policies for dispensing opioids following an investigation into its drug prescription practices, Attorney General Maura Healey said Thursday.
Charles River Receives Strong Water Quality GradeBoston's "dirty water" may not be so dirty after all, according to the grade given by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Revere Beach Sandsculpting Competition UnderwayThe 2016 International Sandsculpting Festival is in full swing, bringing in competitors from across the country and beyond.

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