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Pilot Reunites With Dog He Rescued From Puerto RicoA pilot who helped rescue shelter pets from the disaster in Puerto Rico is back home and he was reunited with one dog he fell in love with while he was there.
Cambridge Police Host Donation Drive For Puerto RicoPuerto Rican music filled the air as Cambridge Police officers served burgers and dogs to people coming by with donations for those affected by Hurricane Maria.
Dozens Of Boston Police Deploy To Puerto RicoThese officers are the first of 70 that will be deployed to the island over the next six weeks to help with Hurricane Maria relief efforts.
Help for Hurricane Victims in Puerto RicoWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with Greg Molina, Communications Director for the Puerto Rican Festival of MA about the current situation in Puerto Rico and how you can help hurricane victims.
Massachusetts Police To Help With Security In Puerto RicoMassachusetts is sending a team of 69 police officers from across the state to help provide security in Puerto Rico.
Locals Continue Donation Drive Efforts To Puerto RicoA group of volunteers in Roxbury held a donation drive in a restaurant. Other volunteers packaged up donations at Gillette Stadium.
President Trump's Criticism Of San Juan Mayor Draws Ire Of Mass. SenatorsA pair of Massachusetts senators had strong words for President Donald Trump’s criticism of San Juan, Puerto Rico Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz.
Gov. Baker: National Guard Unit Heading To Puerto RicoRepublican Gov. Charlie Baker announced Friday that Massachusetts will be sending a National Guard communications unit to Puerto Rico.
Walsh, Baker Establish Fund To Help Hurricane Victims In Puerto RicoMassachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced a new fund that will help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.
Beverly-Based FEMA Team Returns From Puerto RicoIt's been a busy month for Massachusetts Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 1, but the 27-member team is now back home.
Money Is Running Out In Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto RicoThere are long lines at the banks that are open with reduced hours or the scattered ATMs that are operational.
Arlington Firefighters Collect Donations For Puerto RicoThe donation drive started after a firefighter shared that he has more than 50 family members on the island.

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