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William Galvin To Seek Reelection As Secretary Of State Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin, citing his record of overseeing accessible and transparent elections, announced Monday that he will seek an eighth four-year term in office.
31-Year-Old Man Killed In Revere ShootingA 31-year-old man was shot and killed in Revere Monday morning, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
Salem Man Suffers Head Injury After ATV Crashes Through Ice In New HampshireThe man was not wearing a helmet or eye protection at the time of the crash.
Investigators Narrow Time Of Harmony Montgomery Disappearance To Late November, Early December 2019Investigators released additional information in the search for missing New Hampshire girl Harmony Montgomery.
Harmony Montgomery's Stepmother 'Knows What Law Enforcement Is Closing In On Learning,' Prosecutors SayProsecutors argued in court Monday that the stepmother of missing New Hampshire girl Harmony Montgomery “knows what law enforcement is closing in on learning” in the case.
Dozens Of Dogs And Cats Rescued From Hoarding Case Up For Adoption In MassachusettsDozens of cats and dogs rescued from a hoarding case in Oklahoma are now in Massachusetts and will soon be looking for new homes, the MSPCA says.
Man Shot At South Shore Plaza In Braintree DiesThe victim has been identified as Dijoun Beasley, 26, of Dorchester.
Mayor Wu Extends Vaccination Deadline, But 100 Boston Firefighters Protest Mandate Outside City HallAbout 100 firefighters stood outside Boston City Hall Monday in protest as Mayor Michelle Wu spoke about the decision to delay implementation of a vaccine mandate for city workers by another week.
Massachusetts Gas Prices Remain Steady, Still Slightly Higher Than National AverageGas prices have remained steady over the past week.