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New England Auto Show Features Custom Cars, PlatesThe New England Auto Show is open now through the weekend at the South Boston Convention Center and there's a lot more than cars on display.
Study On Marijuana Health Effects Finds Mixed ResultsA long-awaited study on the health effects of marijuana found both therapeutic effects and health risks associated with the substance.
Prosecutor: Gary Sampson Deserves Death For 'Cruel' Carjack KillingsA prosecutor has urged a federal jury to give the death penalty to a man he says showed no mercy when he carjacked and killed two Massachusetts men.
Rats! Feds Tell Boston To Stop Killing Rodents With Dry IceThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says the city has not registered dry ice as a pesticide and issued a cease and desist order through the state.
Hunter Accidentally Shoots Himself While Testing Ice Strength With RifleA hunter was injured recently after accidentally shooting himself in the chest when he used the butt of his rifle to test how thick an icy surface was.
Driver In Crash That Killed Trooper Clardy Wants Two Charges DroppedThe driver charged in the crash that killed a State Trooper wants prosecutors to drop two charges in the case.
Keolis: New Biometric Time Clock For Commuter Rail Employees More Accurate, EfficientA new high-tech time clock is coming to Keolis Commuter Services.
Boston City Council Votes To Lower Default Speed Limit To 25 MPHBoston's City Council passed an ordnance to reduce the speed limit on Wednesday.
Ex-Speaker DiMasi Freed From Prison, Returns To MassachusettsFormer Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi had an emotional homecoming Tuesday, five years after being sent to federal prison on public corruption charges.
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens In Newton One week after Massachusetts voters approved the use of recreational marijuana, a new medical marijuana dispensary opened Tuesday in Newton.
Marijuana Legalized In Massachusetts: What Happens NextThe lifting of the prohibition on pot will have some very immediate effects.
Boston Law Firm Accused Of Reimbursing Partners For Campaign ContributionsThe watchdog group Campaign Legal Center is asking the Federal Election Commission to look into $1.6 million in campaign contributions by members of the Thornton Law Firm of Boston.

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