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Notorious Fisherman Known as “The Codfather” Is Going to Prison

The notorious fisherman known as “The Codfather” has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for his role in an illegal fishing scheme to skirt […]

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The Boston Police Department Has Drones

Pretty soon, that drone buzzing over your head might not be piloted by a hobbyist leaf-peeping from the sky, or a videographer capturing a wedding day […]

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Why Massachusetts Hasn’t Sent the National Guard to Puerto Rico

On Monday, Setti Warren, Newton mayor and Democratic candidate for governor, issued a challenge to Gov. Charlie Baker: send Massachusetts’ National Guard to Puerto Rico, […]

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Uxbridge Police: Help Us Find The “Low Life” Who Threw Puppies in a River

Update: As Uxbridge police continue an investigation that involves reviewing security footage and seeking contact with a biker who may have been a witness, People […]

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Felix G. Arroyo Is Denying Sexual Harassment Claims

Felix G. Arroyo, Mayor Marty Walsh’s former health services chief who was fired amid accusations of sexual harassment, is denying the allegations, and says he is the […]

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Tom Brady Calls Trump’s Comments “Divisive” after Patriots Take a Knee

The morning after his teammates on the Patriots took a knee before their game at Gillette Stadium, Tom Brady has weighed in on the Trump-fueled […]

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Framingham Election: It’s a Mad, Mad Race

Update: The results of the preliminary election, which narrowed the field of mayoral candidates to two, are in. “Scene of the crime” isn’t exactly what comes […]

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An Amazing Stephen King Book Announcement from College Resurfaces

The photo University of Maine used to announce that Stephen King sold his first book is incredible pic.twitter.com/Ajiyp3Hx1E — TODD SPENCE (@Todd_Spence) September 22, 2017 […]

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John Casey, the Grand Prix IndyCar CEO, Is Suing Boston for $15.5 Million

Legal wrangling in the wreckage of the Boston IndyCar Grand Prix, the epic race in the Seaport that never was, is continuing this week with […]

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Jeff Sessions Is in Boston and the ACLU Is Ready to Greet Him

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is stepping into enemy territory today, due to appear in Boston to meet with law enforcement for a talk about transnational […]

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Northeastern Dining Workers Say They’re Ready to Strike

Update, Thursday, October 5: As expected, nearly all of Northeastern’s unionized dining workers have voted to authorize a strike, which will take effect on October 11 if […]

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Massachusetts Police Can No Longer Cite Marijuana Field Sobriety Tests

Lawyers and law enforcement have butted heads over the question for years, and it’s been among the most controversial aspects of legal marijuana in Massachusetts: How are […]

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Sharks Are No Longer a Boys Club, Say Women in Boston This Week

A lot has changed since Alison Kock first started making a name for herself chasing sharks. The South African researcher, who now works for the […]

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Rhode Island Will Pay DACA Filing Fees for All of Its “Dreamers”

Rhode Island’s hundreds of so-called “dreamers” may be stricken with worry about their immigration status right now, but thanks to donors, some of them have one less thing […]

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A Huge Geyser Erupted on Boston Common

A geyser burst out of the grass on Boston Common Monday morning, sending an enormous column of water rocketing into the air above the park’s […]