'We Need Help': St. John Still Without Power After Hurricane IrmaMore than 40 days after Hurricane Irma hit St. John, 100 percent of the island still does not have power.
Mother Claims Program Shaved Daughter's Head Without PermissionA mother is suing a residential program for kids after she says a clinician had her daughter’s head shaved without her permission.
I-Team: Convicted Quincy Cop Received Payout Before PrisonA former Quincy police lieutenant convicted of “double dipping” began a one-year sentence in federal prison on Thursday.
Eye On Education: Andover High Students Learning To Spot Fake NewsFake news has become so pervasive that one Andover High School teacher decided to teach students how to spot it when they see it. 
Patriots Treat Cancer Survivors To Day Of PamperingIt was a one of a kind day of pampering for women dealing with cancer, all courtesy of the New England Patriots.
Would-Be Robbers Demand $1 From Brockton Store OwnerThe would-be robbers who followed a convenience store owner into his store Tuesday didn't demand much--just a dollar--but Krish Patel wasn't giving in. 
School Apologizes For Photo Appearing To Show Black Girl On LeashesThe Bridgewater-Raynham School District is apologizing for a photo that appears to show a young black girl tied to two leashes.
HealthWatch: Stress Bad For Gut, Walking Can Help You Live LongerThere's growing evidence that your gut health is closely tied to your overall health.
Rescuers Save Dog Pinned Underneath CarRescuers freed a dog that became pinned underneath a car in Waltham.
Another US City Makes It Illegal To Smoke In Cars With KidsThe ban will heavily fine any smoker caught with a regular or electronic cigarette while a minor is in the vehicle.
Boston's Amazon HQ Bid Centered On Suffolk DownsSuffolk Downs is the main focus of Boston's bid to host the new Amazon headquarters, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh told WBZ-TV Thursday.
Police Search Home In Connection To Union Leader Advertising Saleswoman's 2015 MurderPolice arrived at a Londonderry, NH home on Thursday and began searching items from the property in connection to the murder of Denise Robert.

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