Girl whose body was found on Deer Island is laid to rest

Winthrop-11/28/15- A funeral and burial service was held for Bella Bond, the toddler who became know as Baby Doe after her body was discovered in a trash bag in June on Deer Island in Winthrop. Joseph Amoroso, the child's biological father wept as he took a pink rose from the coffin which was draped in a hand-made quilt with adorned with sayings. Boston Globe staff photo by John Tlumacki(metro)

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Bella Bond, who for months was known as Baby Doe after she was found, was buried in Winthrop on Saturday.

Foxboro Ma 1/25/2015 New England Patriots #12 Tom Brady (cq) talks with media at a afternoon press-conference. Staff/Photographer Jonathan Wiggs Topic: Reporter


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Garrett Swasey was on duty at a university campus when the call came in about shots fired at a Planned Parenthood clinic.

This booking photo released by the Colorado Springs Police Department shows Robert L. Dear, 57, the suspect in the November 27, 2015, shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Police on November 28 were questioning Dear for allegedly killing three people, including a police officer, and wounding nine others. The gunman entered a Planned Parenthood clinic around noon Friday armed with what police described as a

Motive in shooting at Colorado clinic is uncertain

Three people were killed and nine were wounded at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs. Robert Lewis Dear of North Carolina is being held.

Clinton to hold rally in Boston on Sunday

Hillary Clinton is scheduled to be at Faneuil Hall with Mayor Marty Walsh on Sunday afternoon.

Boston Police investigate a car that was on fire with a body inside of it behind 229 River Street in Mattapan on Saturday, November 28, 2015. (Scott Eisen for The Boston Globe)

Body found inside burnt-out car in Mattapan

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Russia took action after Turkey downed a Russian jet on Tuesday.

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Boston school police renew bid for right to carry pepper spray

The officers say members of the force often lose time from work after sustaining injuries while subduing disorderly students or trespassers.

After Catherine Fennelly of Quincy lost her son to an overdose this year, she started a boxing group called Let It Out.

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Those touched by opioid addiction find a release

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