More Boston Students Get Later School DayPublic school students in Boston will soon be able to get up later for class.
Pet Parade: Animal Protection Center of Southeastern MassachusettsSunday's Pet Parade featured a variety of animals up for adoption through Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts.
Framingham Diner Reopens After Devastating FireIn March, the family owned-diner was destroyed in a fire. On Monday, they reopened their doors. 
Pet Parade: MSPCA's Cape Cod Adoption CenterA variety of animals up for adoption through the MSPCA's Cape Cod Adoption Center were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.
Man Says Comments Attacking Vets With PTSD, Breast Cancer Patients Was 'Satire'A man who made some disturbing comments at a hearing about a proposed medical marijuana dispensary said it was “clearly satire.”
Can Apple Live Up To The Hype For The iPhone X?The iPhone X's lush screen, facial-recognition skillsand $1,000 price tag are breaking new ground in Apple's marquee product line.
Former Patriot Matt Light Rips Kraft, McCourty For National Anthem KneelingFormer New England Patriots lineman Matt Light further criticized Pats owner Robert Kraft, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and veteran Patriots safety and team captain Devin McCourty over the protest.
Calm Before The Storm: Coastal Residents Asked To Prepare For JoseIn preparation for Jose, coastal towns are building barriers, bringing in boats and stocking up on necessities.
First Responders Train For Terror Attack With 72-Hour SimulationFirst responders from around Massachusetts are spending 72 hours straight simulating a terror attack as a training exercise.
Weymouth Apartment Building 'Total Loss' After BlazeFirefighters battling the blaze had to close a nearby Commuter Rail line when they dragged their hoses over the tracks.
Brockton High School Replaces Old Water Fountains With New Filtered StationsBrockton Schools converted their old drinking fountains to a total of 80 filtered water “hydration stations.”
Fight For $15: Fast Food Workers Rally In Boston For Higher Minimum WageFast food workers rallied in Boston Monday morning to push for union rights, paid family and medical leave, and a $15 minimum wage.

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