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'A Step In The Right Direction': Juneteenth A Symbol Of Hope For Many In BostonWith a stroke of a presidential pen, Juneteenth became the latest federal holiday.
Video Shows Bear Entering Truck In Thornton, NHA home security camera captured a bear entering a pickup truck in Thornton, New Hampshire.
Parent, 2 Children Rescued From Salisbury Beach Rip CurrentTwo children and their parent were rescued Thursday afternoon from strong rip currents at Salisbury Beach.
Wayland Police Search For Man Who Allegedly Asked Girl To Get In CarPolice in Wayland are searching for a man who allegedly stopped and asked a girl if she wanted to get into his car.
Brockton Man Arrested On Child Rape ChargesBoston Police say 33-year-old Kharee Louis-Jeune faces several charges including rape of a child.
Museum Of Fine Arts To Celebrate Juneteenth With Outdoor Programs & ActivitiesOn Saturday, the MFA is holding a day of outdoor programs and activities to celebrate Juneteenth and to honor the city’s black artists and creative voices.
'You Might Have A Hard Time': Passengers at Logan Airport Frustrated Over Limited, Expensive ParkingPandemic changes have made parking spaces scarce at Logan Airport.
Intermittent Fasting May Not Be As Effective As Calorie-Restricted DietingA new study suggests intermittent fasting is no magic bullet for shedding pounds.
Study: Regular Exercising During Middle Age Years Leads To Big Health Care Savings After RetirementNewcastle University researchers found people who start to exercise before or during middle age typically save from $800 to $1,000 annually on health care costs after retirement.