Paul Ryan Talks Tax Reform At Lawrence Factory, But Protesters Had Other ConcernsProtesters greeted U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan at the Lawrence, Massachusetts New Balance factory.
No Bail For 3 Charged In Slaying Of Mission Hill Hardware Store OwnerTwo of the men accused of shooting and killing the owner of a Mission Hill hardware store Tuesday afternoon were arraigned in West Roxbury District Court Wednesday.
FBI Investigating Worcester Counseling CenterA spokesperson for the FBI stated that agents were conducting a court-authorized activity in the Island Counseling Center on Grove Street.
Trustees Approve 3 Percent Tuition Increase At UMassThe roughly 3 percent increase will bump the average in-state undergraduate tuition at the Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth and Lowell campuses to $14,253.
Explosive Scare At Hanscom Air Force Base Triggers EvacuationsBomb-sniffing dogs picked up a scent in the door panel of a moving truck at Hanscom Air Force Base Thursday during an explosive scare that triggered evacuations at the base, a source told WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca.
Talks To Resume As Lawmakers Seek Pot Bill CompromiseHouse and Senate negotiators on Beacon hill are planning to resume talks they hope will lead to a compromise on a marijuana bill.
House, Senate Pot Bill Differences Upset Marijuana Legalization SupportersA new version of a recreational marijuana bill is set to come out of committee in the Massachusetts House of Representatives Monday, and some marijuana legislation supporters aren't happy with it.
Former West Brookfield Campground Searched For Clues In Molly Bish CaseBish's family believes that a car matching the description of one seen by Bish's mother on the day of Molly's disappearance may be buried somewhere at the campground.
Dorchester Program Helping Fathers To Rebuild Celebrates GraduationThe Dorchester Fatherhood Program says they focus on teaching fathering skills, self-exploration, common sense, and historical/cultural awareness. 
Bella Bond Trial: 'Baby Doe' Mother Could Face Perjury ChargeA judge explained Wednesday that the mother of a two-year-old whose body washed up on a Deer Island beach in 2015 could still face jail time if jurors decide they don't believe her account of her daughter's death.
Salmonella Investigation Closes Cafe Med, Back Bay SandwichTwo Boston restaurants have been closed after the city's health inspectional department said nine people were sickened with salmonella at both locations.
MBTA Pension Fund Faces $1B ShortfallA report by the MBTA says the transit agency's retirement fund will need $1 billion in additional taxpayer funding over the next 18 years if it is to pay retirees as promised.

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