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Massachusetts May Centralize Beaver Population Control

A slew of hunting and wildlife-related bills are under consideration this legislative session in Massachusetts, including one that would transfer control of the state’s beaver […]

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Entercom, CBS May Unload Local Radio Stations

Video certainly didn’t kill the radio star in Boston, but the medium is nonetheless headed for a shakeup. In the midst of their ongoing merger, […]

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John Farrell Is Out as Red Sox Manager

After five years as the manager of the Red Sox, John Farrell will not be returning for the 2018 season, the team announced Wednesday morning. […]

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Governor Baker Announces Addiction Training Principles for Social Workers

Governor Charlie Baker unveiled guidelines for training social workers to tackle the opioid epidemic Tuesday, making Massachusetts the first in the nation to do so. The […]

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Boston Is One of the Warmest Spots in the Country Today

The Bean Boots are collecting dust. The Canada Goose jackets that are literally designed for Arctic temperatures but are still “totally necessary” in New England, linger in under-the-bed […]

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Businessmen Offer to Buy Controversial Dr. Seuss Museum Mural

Despite its planned removal, the controversial mural at The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum may have a second act. Two businessmen said they extended an […]

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Massachusetts Is Going to Eliminate Most Rotaries

The lane lines are coming, and with them, the end of the rotary as we know it. The days of freewheeling through the circles are coming […]

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Newton Officers Are Not among Those Headed to Puerto Rico

For days, Newton Mayor Setti Warren denounced Gov. Charlie Baker’s response to Hurricane Maria, but when it came time for police forces in Massachusetts to head for […]

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Tom Brady Notches Record-Setting Win

Tom Brady, he of the UGG sponsorship and greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, tends to do a lot of winning—so much so that he’s […]

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Sen. Warren to Donate Harvey Weinstein’s Campaign Contributions

Sen. Elizabeth Warren will donate the $5,000 she received from Harvey Weinstein to Casa Myrna, a domestic violence nonprofit in Dorchester, her office told Boston Magazine. A number of […]

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Brookline Looks to Seize Land from Pine Manor College

The 52 bucolic acres that compose Pine Manor College are dotted with historic buildings, leafy woods, and charming dormitories. Not currently included in that expanse is […]

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Massachusetts Is Sending Police Officers to Help in Puerto Rico

A team of 69 Massachusetts law-enforcement officers will be deployed to aid recovery efforts in hurricane-battered Puerto Rico, Gov. Charlie Baker’s office has announced. Personnel […]

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Housing Costs Are Bostonians’ Biggest Gripe

“It has character,” you mused about the hardwood floors last refurbished during the Carter administration. “I’ve been meaning to unplug,” you thought when noticing your […]

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Archaeologists Uncover Secrets of Colonial-Era Outhouse near Paul Revere’s Home

A mysterious outhouse is turning into a bit of a head scratcher for Boston archeologists, and members of the public have become, well, privy, to […]

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Massachusetts State Senators Introduce Bill to Ease Mandatory Drug Sentences

In 2015, there were 19,304 people incarcerated in Massachusetts. State senators are taking aim to shrink that number. Leaders introduced new legislation to reform the […]