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Mass. Added 9,000 Jobs In September

The Massachusetts unemployment rate stood at 7.2 percent in October, up slightly from the previous month, while the state added more than 9,000 jobs, according to the state Office of Labor and Workforce Development.


Eric Fisher on Mt. Washington. (WBZ-TV)

A Mild October Continues

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Earlier this evening on Twitter I mentioned how mild its been, and in came the tweets about how gardens are going on strong well into October! @ericfisher My […]


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Cape Cod Firefighters’ Bra Ladder Fundraiser Met With Some Complaints

A fundraiser breast cancer awareness by two fire departments on Cape Cod is being met with some complaints from residents.


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The Unclean Truth: How Five Cities Stack Up On Recycling

From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.



Safelink – An Important Tool for Victims of Domestic Violence

October 13, 2012 October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so we’ve decided to do a special segment shedding some light on this important issue. On this edition of “Centro”, we tell you what’s happening […]


The Mount Washington Summit on Oct. 1 (Credit: Mount Washington Observatory Facebook)

Snowy Start To October On Mount Washington

Snow on the first day of October? It’s not unusual on Mount Washington in New Hampshire.


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Gov. Patrick To Sign Bill For Male Breast Cancer Awareness Week

Gov. Deval Patrick wants Massachusetts men to know that they also can get breast cancer.


Snow in Rindge, NH around 7:10pm Saturday. (Photo from Bill)

State Of Emergency Declared In Mass. Due To October Snowstorm

(Updated 9 a.m.) The first snowstorm of the season came early and came with fury.


Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

History In the Making…High Impact Storm Will Cause Damage

A historic and powerful Nor’easter will lash New England this afternoon through early Sunday. The most significant threat remains tree and power line damage from heavy, wet snow and strong winds. A secondary threat would be the potential for minor to moderate coastal flooding, particularly during the high tide overnight around 2AM.


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Nor’Easter Knocking: Here Comes The Snow

Not much change at all in the forecast from last night…we are still in for a powerful and dangerous early season nor’easter.




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