Woman Jumps To Safety From Burning Apartment BuildingA woman jumped to safety from the second floor of a burning Merrimac apartment building on Friday morning.
Nonprofit Connecting Veterans With Therapy Dogs Shut DownA veteran from Dorchester who received a dog through Warrior Canine Connection said shutting down one of the program's locations will hurt vets.
Lawrence Food Pantry Low On Supplies Following Hurricane In Puerto RicoThe food pantry has been helping people from Puerto Rico who were displaced following the hurricane, depleting their supplies.
Prayer Service Held For Newton Man Hurt In NYC Terror AttackWith heavy hearts, dozens gathered at St. Bernard Parish Sunday morning for a special prayer service to the victims of New York's terror attack.
Bedford VA Medical Center Under Scrutiny After Veteran's DeathU.S. Secretary of Veterans David Shulkin said he was pleased with the overall care given at the Bedford VA Medical Center, but the death of a Vietnam vet in 2016 was unacceptable.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Asks EPA To Investigate Norton's Brown WaterTown officials have said the water meets health standards and is safe to drink, but the water--which comes out in colors ranging from yellow to dark brown--has alarmed residents.
Cambridge Reviewing New Bike Lanes After Businesses ComplainSome business owners say the bike lanes are taking all their parking spaces and hurting their bottom line.
Memorial Banner Not Allowed At Parade By Lions ClubOne woman said she wanted to hold up a sign honoring her son who died but the Lions Club members said it was not allowed.
Families Speak About Stigma Of Opioid Addiction At 'No Shame Rally'Families gathered to share heartbreaking stories of brothers and sisters, sons and daughters lost to opioids.
150 North Attleboro Homes Go Without Water For DaysAbout 200 residents in North Attleboro were without running water for four days after a water pipe burst.
Release Of JFK Documents Could 'Cause Some Embarrassments' To FBI, CIANew details about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy will be released by the federal government Thursday.
State Police Patrol, Compete In Head Of The CharlesThousands of rowers and spectators converged on Boston for the Head of the Charles Regatta on Saturday.

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