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Boston Police Subdue Knife-Wielding Man With Bean Bag Round On Mass Ave.Police say officers subdued a knife-wielding man with a bean bag round during an incident Tuesday afternoon on Mass Ave. in Boston.
Omicron Peak Behind Us: Mass. COVID Cases On Steep Downward TrendThe 7-day case total reveals a steep decline, showing that the Omicron surge likely peaked in Massachusetts around January 8 or 9.
Brockton Firefighter Injured After Falling Through Floor At House FireA firefighter in Brockton suffered minor injuries after he fell through a stairway at a house fire Tuesday night.
Women From Hudson, NH, Dracut Arrested In Connection With Capitol Hill RiotA woman from Hudson, NH and a woman from Dracut were charged in connection with the Capitol Hill riot.
After Friend's Death, Wayland Teen Wants Neck Guards Mandatory For Youth Hockey PlayersSam Brande is on a mission to make a change after his friend Teddy Balkind died during a hockey game.
'Monstrous Drug Dealer': Gov. Sununu Questions How Mass. Judge Gave Adam Montgomery Custody Of Now Missing Harmony"Why would the Massachusetts court choose to place custody of Harmony with this horrible individual?" the letter says.
'I Feel Very Vindicated': I-Team's Call For Action Helps Man Cancel Billerica Gym MembershipA Waltham man worked for months to cancel his gym membership until Call For Action stepped in.
Keller @ Large: Voter Rights Debate Isn't Just On The National Level, It's Happening In MassachusettsIt’s the issue propelling Boston NAACP President Tanisha Sullivan to run for secretary of state.
New High-Capacity COVID Testing Facility Opens At Bruce C. Bolling Building In RoxburyA new push to increase COVID testing in Boston is underway as the city opened a high-capacity site Tuesday in Roxbury.