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Mass. State Police Cracking Down On Distracted Driving

Massachusetts State Police are launching a crackdown on distracted driving, particularly texting while driving.

06/21/2014

Walpole High School (WBZ-TV)

Walpole High School And Police Investigating Sexting Between Students

A criminal investigation is also being conducted by the Walpole Police Department.

02/26/2014

Fatal crash in Brookline, NH. (Brookline PD)

After Two Deaths, Amherst, NH Launches ‘No Distracted Driving’ Pledge

In the wake of two tragic Christmas week deaths, the Amherst, New Hampshire Fire Department has started a new online pledge.

12/31/2013

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NH Adds Tougher Texting Penalties For Commercial Drivers

People driving commercial vehicles in New Hampshire could lose their licenses for writing text messages from behind the wheel.

12/28/2013

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Driver Charged In Fatal Amherst, NH Hit-And-Run

A Mount Vernon man told police he was texting while driving when he struck and killed the former Amherst fire chief.

12/24/2013

DAILY TALKER

Daily Talker: Is It OK To Text At Movie Theaters? Should There Be A Designated Area?

Three theater chains are looking at creating an area where movie goers can stay connected while watching a film. Is it OK to text at movie theaters? Or should there be a designated area for people to stay connected?

10/21/2013

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NH Supreme Court To Hear ‘Reading Texts While Driving’ Case

The New Hampshire Supreme Court will hear arguments Thursday over whether it’s against the law to read texts while driving.

10/12/2013

DAILY TALKER

Daily Talker: Should You Be Held Responsible For Texting A Driver Who Gets Into A Crash?

A New Jersey court ruled people who knowingly text another person who is driving can be held liable if there’s an accident. Is that fair?

08/30/2013

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Duxbury Officials Investigate Discovery Of ‘Sexting’ 8th Grade Students

Superintendent Ben Tantillo tells WBZ NewsRadio 1030, late last week they learned some middle school girls – mostly eighth graders – were sending suggestive, inappropriate pictures to boys.

06/06/2013

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The Hidden Cost Of College

From my experiences I have learned that tuition, room and board, lab fees and medical insurance are not the only expenses you will need to plan for.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–01/24/2013

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