Mass. Registry Lacks Info On 1,700 Sex OffendersAn audit has found that the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry has lost track of more than 1,700 convicted sex offenders.
Elise's Law: Workplace Violence Prevention Bill Approved By Public Safety CommitteeElsie's Law, a law that would force health care facilities to take more action in preventing workplace violence, is named after nurse Elise Wilson who was stabbed while working at Harrington Hospital.
Attleboro Police Officer Finds Body Burning On Side Of RoadAn officer patrolling a quiet neighborhood early Tuesday morning thought he was dealing with a brush fire along the side of the road--but it turned out to be a man's burning body.
Fourth Of July Celebrated With An Oath Of Allegiance For New Citizens503 people in Lowell and 15,000 others across the nation become U.S. citizens on Independence Day.
Lynn Ferry Service Returns For The SummerStarting Tuesday, commuters headed to Boston from Lynn have the option to take a ferry to work.
Ribbon Cut On New Boston Landing MBTA Commuter Rail StationCommuter Rail trains will begin stopping at the station on Monday.
Meb Keflezighi, 2014 Marathon Champion, Runs Boston For One Final TimeKeflezighi ran to the members of the Richard family after crossing the 2017 Boston Marathon finish line.
Boston Area Law Enforcement Meets To Coordinate Marathon SecurityBoston-area law enforcement officers met Wednesday to talk about how to make this year's Boston Marathon safe for spectators and runners.
Gov. Baker Prepares For State Of The Commonwealth AddressGov. Charlie Baker has passed the midway point in his first term and the Republican is getting ready to outline his priorities for the year ahead.
Retired Falmouth Doctor Sues State For Right To DieDr. Roger Kligler says he isn't sure how much longer he can survive, and wants to be able to end his suffering and his life when the time comes.
Cars, Road Barriers From Failed Boston IndyCar Event Sold At AuctionA local man now owns a piece of failed Boston history.
Boston Fire Department Counselors Travel To Support Orlando FirefightersCounselors from the Boston Fire Department have left for Orlando to work with firefighters who responded to the massacre inside Pulse nightclub.

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