High school student killed in Winchester crash

Winchester Football Capt. Patrick Gill at Friday night’s game.

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Patrick Gill, a 17-year-old captain of the football team, died in a single-vehicle crash this morning, authorities said.

Attorney General Martha Coakley addressed a crowd of law enforcement officers, their relatives and the general public during the memorial service.

Hundreds honor fallen law enforcement at State House

Officers who gave their lives in the line of duty were remembered at the Law Enforcement Memorial Saturday.

East Boston fire displaces 22

The one-alarm fire, located mainly in the walls of a three-family home, caused $200,000 in damage.

Cameron Leonard, 5, of Rockland, and his 3-year-old sister, Sarah, brought in a baby squirrel they found.

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In Weymouth, the ‘Odd Pet Vet’ takes an exotic approach

The Odd Pet Vet is a place where creatures of all kinds — from boas to bunny rabbits, turtles to tarantulas — can receive medical care.

Patriots receiver Danny Amendola has just three catches through two games, all in the opener against Miami.


Danny Amendola has been Patriots’ invisible man

Amendola had three catches for 16 yards in the opener against Miami and no catches against the Vikings.

Woodmen’s Field Day at the Fryeburg (Maine).

Fall festivals around New England

Celebrate the harvest season with agricultural fairs, food festivals, craft markets, and oodles of entertainment for all ages.


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Even if most regular Joes waiting in lines have no idea, the Dunkin’ franchisee landscape has been shifting dramatically.