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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 researches 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.
Victim Of Domestic Violence Says Mansfield Police Program Saved Her LifeThe Mansfield Police Department is taking a different approach when officers respond to domestic violence situations.
'Senseless Tragedy': Pedro Nieves Arrested Months After Crash That Killed Lawrence WomanThe driver police say was behind the wheel in an April crash in Lawrence that killed 24-year-old Gabriela Hernandez has been arrested.
'I Felt Numb': Mother Outraged Over Yearbook Message Of Support For Son’s Alleged KillerAs if the pain of losing her son Adrian to a shooting wasn't enough, a mother is feeling the wound reopened with a Dracut High School yearbook post.
Massachusetts Reports 82 New COVID Cases, 3 Additional DeathsAs of Thursday, the seven-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is 0.40%.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment?With an uneven recovery continuing, many Americans are wondering if the Biden administration will be handing out a fourth stimulus check.