I-Team: State Agency’s Delayed Decisions Keep Hard-Earned Retirement Money Out Of ReachIn 2012, the Brockton Retirement Board adopted the position that crossing guard payment did not qualify as “regular compensation” under state law, and as a result, should not be factored pension amounts.
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2000-Pound Pumpkin Smashes Record At Topsfield FairA pumpkin weighing over 2000 pounds smashed the record for the heaviest ever weighed at the Topsfield Fair.
Woman Mysteriously Lost At Sea Involved In Family Squabbles Over Money A lawyer representing a Connecticut woman lost at sea says the family had squabbled over money, and that she always defended her son.
Man Severely Injured In Cliff Dive Reunites With Nurses Who Saved HimAn emotional reunion of a very lucky man and the 3 people he calls his angels today in Worcester.
Providence Skyline Blinks In Nightly Ritual To Cheer Up Sick KidsFor one sparkling minute each night, skyscrapers, tugboats, hotels, a yacht club and police cruisers send a blinking goodnight message to sick kids inside a children's hospital.
Parents Leave Terri's Little Pumpkins Day Care Despite Owner's Fight To Keep Facility OpenThe owner of the daycare franchise Terri's Little Pumpkins is trying to keep her Medford location open while she fights a move by the state to revoke her license.
Probe Into Gloucester PD And Its Chief DeepensAn outside firm is auditing Gloucester's police department after its nationally recognized police chief was placed on administrative leave.
Family Of Boy Who Drowned At South Boston Day Camp Demands AnswersThe family of a 7-year-old boy who drowned while participating in a city program has renewed their demand for answers from investigators.
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