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Michelle Roberts

Mailbox (WBZ-TV)

Easy Ways To Stop Junk Mail

According the Environmental Protection Agency, half of all that advertising mail gets tossed right in the trash without being read.

03/05/2014

Open road tolling will soon be on the Tobin Bridge. (WBZ-TV)

Construction Begins On Open Road Tolling For Tobin Bridge

Work on an open road tolling system is now underway.

03/05/2014

A woman shaved her head to raise money for Dana-Farber. (Michelle Roberts/WBZ)

Quincy Company’s Employees Shave Heads For Dana-Farber

To raise money for the fight against cancer, several hundred employees of a Quincy company are going to shave their heads.

03/03/2014

Malden Police say Bouthillette was drunk when he crashed into this house Friday. (Photo by Michelle Roberts-WBZ-TV)

Home Remodeling Truck Slams Into Malden House

A 51-year-old Billerica man is facing OUI charges police say he crashed a home remodeling company dump truck into a house.

02/28/2014

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Online Retailers Crack Down On Chronic Returning

Online shoppers are not going to like a new trend. Some retailers are now cracking down on returns.

02/26/2014

Vandals targeted this Middleboro resident's front door. (WBZ-TV)

Middleboro Homes, Cars Targeted By Vandals

The Dexters have lived in Middleboro for nearly 40 years and say they’ve never had any issues until this weekend.

02/24/2014

Students and local leaders play in the Basketball for Peace Tournament. (WBZ)

Students, Local Leaders Play In Annual Basketball For Peace Tournament

Local kids and teens hit the hard court Thursday, playing for peace at the sixth annual basketball for peace tournament.

02/20/2014

Robin Thicke, center, performs during the Grammy Nominations Concert. (Photo credit ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Petition Asks BU To Cancel Robin Thicke Concert Over ‘Blurred Lines’ Lyrics

A student petition is calling for BU to cancel Robin Thicke’s concert claiming his lyrics promote sexual abuse of women.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–02/19/2014

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More Workers Will Be Looking For New Jobs This Year

More workers say they are willing to shake off their recession inspired fears and will be looking for new opportunities in the coming year.

02/18/2014

Doctor with patient. (WBZ-TV)

Fake Perfumes Pose Health Risk

When it comes to buying perfume, experts say to be careful where you buy it.

02/10/2014

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