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Patriots Safety Patrick Chung Was Indicted for Cocaine Possession

Patrick Chung, safety for the New England Patriots, has been indicted in New Hampshire for alleged possession of cocaine, according to reports. The Laconia Daily Sun reports that […]

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In a Fight with a Woburn Font Company, He Used the Ultimate Burn: Comic Sans

Oh, Comic Sans. The cartoonish Microsoft-made typeface is hands down the most loathed font of all time, the one specific style of lettering that nerds around the world […]

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MIT Figures Say They’re Leaving over the Media Lab’s Ties to Jeffrey Epstein

As MIT’s Media Lab continues to reckon with director Joi Ito’s collaboration with accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, two members of the prestigious group […]

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Former State Police Union Chief and Lobbyist Charged with Conspiracy and Obstruction

Dana Pullman, the former union chief of Massachusetts’ State Police Association (SPAM), and Anne Lynch, a lobbyist who worked for the union, were arrested at […]

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Cambridge Police Learned What Happens When You Help a Skunk, the Smelly Way

Guess he could have smelled this one coming. A Cambridge Police officer lent some assistance to a skunk who found itself in a jam this […]

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Does Boston Have Its Worst Traffic Jams of the Year in August?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. […]

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Young, Successful…And Drowning in Debt

Tyler couldn’t wait to get to Ireland. He and three of his buddies had booked a weekend golf trip, a special international edition of their […]

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A 21-Year-Old Man Was Struck and Killed by the Commuter Rail Monday Morning

A man who was struck by a commuter rail train Monday morning has died, MBTA transit police confirmed. Police received a call around 6:20 a.m. […]

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MIT’s Joi Ito on Work with Jeffrey Epstein: “I Am Terribly Sorry”

Before the allegations of running a child sex trafficking ring caught up to Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire was a regular fixture in Boston’s academic circles, cavorting […]

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An MBTA Ferry Ran Aground in Boston Harbor, Injuring Four

Under a cover of heavy fog, an MBTA ferry en route from Hull to Boston ran aground near Long Island in the Harbor Friday morning. Four […]

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Look at This Tornado Seen Spinning in Maine

It’s a Maine-nado! A rare tornado was spotted twirling through Maine on Monday, and thanks to one fearless photographer’s keen eye, we have an image to […]

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A Man Drove His Truck into a Crowd of Anti-ICE Protesters in Rhode Island

A peaceful anti-ICE protest in Rhode Island took a frightening turn on Wednesday night, as a man in a large pickup truck drove into a crowd of protesters, […]

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Despite TD Garden Investigation, Jackson Square Youth Won’t Be Able to Fund Their Rec Center

Two years ago, a group of teenagers working with the Hyde Square Youth Task force made headlines with a major discovery—the company that owns TD […]

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Meet the New England Aquarium’s Newest Star, Sea-Cat

A new penguin chick has made his formal debut at the New England Aquarium, and he’s ruffling some feathers. The penguin’s name is Sea-cat (a […]

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A Fall River City Council Meeting Flew Off the Rails After Mayor Jasiel Correia Showed Up Uninvited

Routine local government sessions aren’t exactly known for being high drama—but if there were ever a municipal-level spinoff of The West Wing, it would probably look a lot […]