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Fire Destroys 8 Businesses In Natick CenterA huge fire destroyed eight businesses in Natick as it burned for several hours early Monday. WBZ-TV's Lisa Gresci reports.
Hot Air Balloon Lands By Highway In ReadingIt was an unexpected sight for morning commuters – a hot air balloon landed by the highway in Reading Monday
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Driver Accused In Deadly Somerville Hit And Run Released Following ArraignmentZewdu Abate Gedamu, 64, of Roxbury, was released on the conditions that he does not drive, break the law, possess any firearms or consume drugs and alcohol. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
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Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse Is Now Running For CongressA Massachusetts mayor first elected at age 22 has announced a primary challenge to the longest-serving member of the state’s congressional delegation and a one of the most powerful members of the House. Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse on Monday said he is running against Democrat Richard Neal because Neal has been “absent, unaccountable, and unavailable” and “largely silent on the issues that matter most.” Katie Johnston reports
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