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Rob Gronkowski’s season with the Patriots could be over. The tight end had to be driven off the field last night after being hit by Cleveland Browns safety T.J. Ward. Gronk likely tore a ligament in his right knee.
What are your secrets for surviving Black Friday?
A mother in South Dakota is getting praised — and criticized — after she blogged that kids who are being bullied should toughen up. “There was a time when kids got called names and got picked on, and they brushed it off and worked through it.”
Starting today, the convenience of online shopping will come with a higher cost. Massachusetts will now apply a 6.25% sales tax to all purchases made from Amazon.
It’s a ritual designed to promote sportsmanship. Shaking hands with the opposite team after a game. In Kentucky, high school teams can no longer do that.
The high school athletic association claims there have been too many fights and confrontations.
Beacon Hill lawmakers are debating a bill that would punish police officers for using profanity on the job. Should cops be fired for swearing at the public?
The U-Mass football coach is under fire after video from winter training surfaced. A group of alumni has started a petition to remove him from the team. After watching the video, does the training go too far?
The new owners of Newsweek magazine are instituting a strict dress policy for employees. No jeans, t-shirts or sneakers in the office. Employees can’t have messy hair or body odor either. Can office dress codes be too strict?
New data shows 1 million people could live to be over 100. Would you want to live that long?
The city of Gloucester has decided it will not be one of the scores of cities and towns across the state and the nation that will hold public ceremonies to mark the twelfth anniversary of the September 11th attacks.