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8-Month-Old Baby Arrives In Boston For 7th Open-Heart SurgeryA little baby from New York, who has spent half her life in Boston for medical treatment, came back Wednesday to face her seventh open-heart surgery.
Call 4 Action Helps Revere Man Get Toll Charges Reversed For Roads He Never UsedA Revere man was billed dozens of trips over the Tobin Bridge that he says he never made.
Culinary Program Changes Lives In BostonSome have been homeless, others have done time and some have struggled with alcohol or drugs.
Eye On Education: Malcolm Mitchell Spreading The Importance Of Reading During His OffseasonMalcolm Mitchell won the Super Bowl as a rookie, but the Patriots receiver says that isn't his greatest achievement.
Nurse Rescues Man Who Collapsed At Shrewsbury High SchoolA 71-year-old Middleton man is alive thanks to the skill and kindness of a stranger.
Boy Behind #WhyNotDevin Named Framingham Police Chief For DayA six-year-old boy battling a very rare form of pediatric cancer got a special honor Tuesday.
I-Team’s Call For Action Helps Worcester Couple With Frustrating RMV IssueA Worcester man says the RMV’s lack of action threatened his health and safety.
I-Team's Call 4 Action Helps Woman Hit With Extra Charges For Electronic TollingA woman who got hit with hundreds of dollars of extra charges from the state’s electronic tolling system got help from the I-Team’s Call For Action.
Eye On Education: Boston Schools Use Legos To Teach EngineeringLegos are a standard toy for most preschool children and for 30 years, Lego Education has been using the colorful bricks to teach.
76-Year-Old South Boston Woman Fined $200 For Not Shoveling SidewalkA 76-year-old woman was fined $200 for not shoveling the sidewalk in front of her house in South Boston.
I-Team’s Call 4 Action Helps Fix Health Insurance MistakeThe I-Team's Call 4 Action takes on the Massachusetts Health Connector.
Sturbridge Student Grateful After Defibrillator Used To Save Her LifeOn this Valentine's Day, a Sturbridge student shared the story about her heart, which stopped two years ago when she went into cardiac arrest.

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