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Massachusetts Lawmakers Approve Police Accountability BillThe bill would ban the use of chokeholds, limit the use of deadly force, and create a duty to intervene for police officers when witnessing another officer using force beyond what is necessary or reasonable under the circumstances.
Whitman Seeks Volunteers For Future COVID-19 Vaccine DistributionMassachusetts towns are preparing for how they’ll distribute the likely two-dose COVID-19 vaccine when it’s time.
Burglar Caught On Video Stealing Trees, Wreaths, Money From Raynham BusinessA late night intruder was captured on surveillance video stealing thousands of dollars worth of equipment from The Garden Patch in Raynham.
COVID-19 Cluster Linked To Classroom At Arlington SchoolHealth officials are monitoring a COVID-19 cluster at St. Agnes School in Arlington.
Peabody WWII Memorial Damaged After Wind Topples Christmas TreeThe city’s Christmas tree fell down on the World War II Memorial, breaking it in half.
Kimberly Budd Sworn In As 1st Black Female Chief Of State High CourtRepublican Gov. Charlie Baker swore in Justice Kimberly Budd as the chief justice of Massachusetts' highest court on Tuesday.
Man Who Plotted To Torture Children In Worcester Wants Compassionate ReleaseThe Worcester man who built a torture dungeon inside his home and told friends that he wanted to eat children, is afraid of contracting COVID-19 in prison.
Is There Outdoor Dining? New App Answers COVID-Related Questions For DinersThrough the app, users can find out what safety precautions a restaurant is taking.
Keller @ Large: Resistance To A COVID Vaccine Comes From Current Political EnvironmentThere's a sign that the resistance to a vaccine grows out of the current political environment, not some longstanding skepticism of all vaccines.