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Travis Roy, Who Inspired Others After Life-Altering Hockey Injury At BU, Dead At 45Travis Roy, who was paralyzed during his first shift with the Boston University hockey team and went on to raise money for those living with spinal cord injuries, died Thursday.
Friday Marks Final Day For In-Person Early Voting In MassachusettsIf you're still hoping to vote in person before Election Day on November 3rd, Friday is your last day to do so. 
Assumption University Will Lock Down Campus To Stop COVID SpreadAssumption University in Worcester says it will lock down the campus for the next seven days after an increase in COVID cases and students in quarantine.
Boston Suicide Prevention Hotline Experiences 'Increase In Demand' Due To Pandemic, ElectionWith the pandemic threatening lives, the contentious presidential election days away and a sharp turn in temperatures, experts are concerned about people’s mental health.
JetBlue Will Reduce Number Of Blocked Seats Starting In DecemberJetBlue will reduce the number of seats it blocks after Dec. 1 to accommodate families traveling together over the holidays.
'We're Ready': Cambridge's Moderna Nearing Finish Line For COVID-19 VaccineModerna says it is getting close to completing its vaccine after a trial that inclided 30,000 people.
Framingham Public Schools' Explorers Program Helps Kids Handle Remote LearningA Framingham Public Schools enrichment program called The Explorers is working to help families keep their kids on track. 
Parents Use Sheets To Form 'Line Of Love,' Blocking Students From Swampscott ProtestsThe “line of love” is aimed at keeping students from seeing and hearing the political demonstrations that have gone on for weeks near the Hadley Elementary School. 
121 Communities Now At High Risk For Coronavirus In MassachusettsA total of 121 communities in Massachusetts are now considered high risk for coronavirus infections.