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It Happens Here: Restoring Native Wild Oysters In GloucesterAt Gloucester Harbor, the Massachusetts Oyster Project is housing oysters and educating the public about the benefits of restoring the native wild oyster population to Massachusetts's shores.
Roger Clemens Back In Red Sox Uniform For Oldtime Baseball Game In CambridgeThe Oldtime Baseball Game in Cambridge was played in memory of a longtime Fenway Park worker who lost his battle with ALS.
Boston University Student Killed In Murder-Suicide In GeorgiaA Boston University student has been killed in a murder-suicide in Georgia.
Patriots Safety Patrick Chung Indicted For Cocaine Possession In New HampshirePatriots safety Patrick Chung has been indicted in New Hampshire on a cocaine possession charge.
Special Forces Soldier From Chicopee Killed In AfghanistanMaster Sgt. Luis F. Deleon-Figueroa, 31, was one of two soldiers who died during combat operations on Wednesday in Faryab Province.
Trump Awards Medal Of Freedom To Celtics Legend Bob CousyPresident Donald Trump presented 91-year-old basketball legend Bob Cousy with the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Thursday, praising the Boston Celtics star as "one of the all-time greats in the history of sports."
PMC Rider Completes Coast-To-Coast Trip To Help Fight CancerIt wasn't enough for him to ride his bike nearly 200 miles in the Pan Mass Challenge, so a man from Bedford decided to push that to nearly 4000 miles on a coast-to-coast trip.
Weekend Fun - Festivals Offer Tradition, Food And Fun For FamiliesFestivals in the North End and North and South shores offer plenty of family-friendly weekend fun.
Photos Of Brandeis University Students, Professors Posted To Anti-Semitic WebsiteBrandeis University says it does not believe there's a threat to campus safety after photos of several students and professors were posted to an anti-Semitic website.