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Casey Sherman

City Life

“It’s Unimaginable Pain”: The Everyday Affects of the Marathon Bombings, Ten Years Later

They lost someone dear. He raced toward a shootout. She held an injured seven-year-old at the second blast site. Five stories of life in a tragedy’s aftermath—and the wounds that never heal.

City Life

Rise of the Cape Cod Vampire

Los Angeles had Charles Manson, Seattle had “The Green River Killer” Gary Ridgway, but before that, Provincetown had Tony Costa. This is the untold story of the Cape’s most notorious serial killer.

City Life

Loss, Love, and the Hermit Who Went Viral

Deep in the woods of New Hampshire, a hermit, a landowner, and town officials clashed over a small piece of forest near the Merrimack River. It ended in the most unexpected way.

City Life

In the Dark

What if the most dangerous person you’ve ever known turned out to be your lover?

City Life

The Last Days of Whitey Bulger

His time behind bars before being murdered has remained unknown—until now.

City Life

Cape Fear

Yarmouth’s top cop Frank Frederickson gained wide renown for his leadership in the wake of the slaying of one of his officers. But almost no one knows the story of the woman whose bravery helped him catch a serial rapist—and set him on a path to greatness.

City Life

Blood in the Water

As the region’s shores increasingly become a hotbed for great white sharks, is it finally time to be afraid to go in the ocean—for real?

City Life

Rocky Road

Star athlete Peter Marciano seemed primed to join his uncle in fame. Then he got clobbered by the hit he never saw coming.

One year into his retirement, Doug Flutie wonders if being a TV analyst is worth all the hassle.

Lined Up to Punt