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Brown University Student Hopes Her Compostable 'Fette' Cups Can Replace Traditional Solo CupsAfter backyard barbecues and college keggers, red Solo cups usually end up in a landfill. Priya Mittal says that needs to change.
Lifesaving Equipment Placed Near Ponds, Lakes As Tribute To Fallen Officer Manny FamiliaManny's Box is a small initiative with a big goal: to potentially save a life.
Celebrity Chef Ming Tsai Using New Vegan Option At Fenway To Raise Money for Dana-FarberA portion of the proceeds from MingsBings, a high-protein, plant-based, gluten-free patty, will go back to Dana-Farber for the Pan-Mass Challenge.
Boston Police Arrest 4 Possibly Connected To Robberies Near Quincy Market, Faneuil HallFour people have been arrested in connection with a series of robberies near Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, Boston Police said Friday.
Boston Public Schools Expects Students, Staff To Wear Masks In FallIn a letter to parents Friday, Boston Public School Superintendent Dr. Brenda Cassellius said masks will be required.
Massachusetts Reports 586 New COVID-19 Cases, 5 Additional DeathsAs of Friday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 1.53%.
Fight On School Bus In Boston Sends Child, 2 Police Officers To HospitalOne student, two Boston Police officers, the bus driver, and the bus monitor were taken to the hospital for evaluation.
Expert Brought In By I-Team Now Helping Saugus Determine Source Of Fly InfestationThe I-Team first brought in Entomologist Tony Kiszewski after Pemberly Drive residents complained of flies taking over their homes. 
Boston Nightlife Venue Will Require COVID Vaccine Card Proof Or Masks Due To Delta VariantAnyone who doesn't want to show their vaccine card or hasn't been vaccinated will have to keep their mask on.