3 Swastikas Found In Jewish Teacher's ClassroomPolice and school officials are investigating after three swastikas were found scrawled on a classroom desk inside a Jewish teacher’s classroom just hours before Hanukkah was set to begin.
FBI Helps Framingham State Investigate Series Of Racist NotesFramingham State University has asked the FBI to help investigate a series of racist notes left on campus.
Man Killed In Overnight Attleboro ShootingPolice say a 34-year-old man was shot and killed in Attleboro overnight.
'Teen Challenge' Program Helps Drug Addicts Transform LivesThe 15 month, faith-based residential program currently houses 70 men all on a quest to get clean.
1 Killed, 2 Escape Overnight House FireThe Norfolk District Attorney's Office said Colin Gray Jr. did not make it out of the Braintree home alive.
Funeral Held For 6-Year-Old Boy Who Inspired #WhyNotDevin CampaignFamily and friends are remembering a 6-year-old Framingham boy who sparked a national social media movement.
Man Shot Dead At Holiday Inn Express In DorchesterA man was shot and killed at the Holiday Inn Express in Dorchester early Tuesday morning, according to Boston Police.
Police Officer Remains In Critical Condition After Motorcycle CrashA Somerville Police Officer remains in critical condition Monday, one day after he was in a motorcycle crash. 
Man Charged With Cyberstalking Ex-Roommate Also Tied To Waltham School ThreatsA Newton man has been arrested on federal charges of conducting a cyberstalking campaign for more than a year against his ex-roommate and people who know her.
'She Was One In A Billion': Tewksbury Mother Remembers Daughter Killed In Las Vegas ShootingRhonda LeRocque's mother and aunt remembered her as a joyful woman of strong faith who "would exhaust herself to be there for everybody."
Trial Of Pharmacist Charged In Meningitis Outbreak BeginsGlenn Chin is charged with second-degree murder, conspiracy and other crimes under federal racketeering law. He was the supervisory pharmacist at the New England Compounding Center in Framingham.
Walsh: Fenway Anti-Racism Banner Was 'Positive Message,' But In Wrong PlaceMayor Marty Walsh says the anti-racism banner unfurled at Fenway Park during Wednesday night's Red Sox-A's game may have intended to carry a good message--but it was the wrong time and place for it.

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