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July 20, 2012
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Boston girls, from left, Julia O'Toole, Aine O'Toole, Claire Craddock, Katie Mulvey, and Aoife Devine jumped from the dock at the Harry McDonough Sailing Center at Castle Island in South Boston.
Xavier Massarotti wore a snow hat and gloves while sledding on 7,000 pounds of snow ice during Winter Carnival at the Pegasus Summer Program at the Happy Hollow School in Wayland.
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Jerenso Figueroa, 5, cooled off in the water fountains in Cordero Park in Chelsea.
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John Wagner, 57, of Rochester, N.Y., took a break from sightseeing on the Boston Common.
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Old and young stayed cool at Front Beach in Rockport.
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Sweat poured down Sam Gale’s face as he loaded a truck at Cape Pond Ice in Gloucester. The huge ice blocks were headed to New York City to help cure the concrete at the World Trade Center memorial.
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Adam Genninger of Hudson and his sons, Tommy, 6, and Liam, 9, used sand to protect against the nasty bite of the greenheads at Crane Beach.
An elderly couple waited in their car for a tow truck after getting trapped in a flash flood on Broadway in Malden.
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Austin Esmond took advantage of the deep water from the afternoon rain storms on Boston Common to catch a ride.
Carlos Leger (left) and Biemvenido Cuello installed an air conditioner for a friend who owns Raymond Grocery on Meridian Street in East Boston.
Firefighters put out a four-alarm fire at the Dependable Cleaners on Quincy Avenue in Quincy.
Family and friends at home in Dorchester reacted to news that Pastor Michel Louis and Lissa Alphonse had been freed from their abductor in Egypt.
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Mayor Thomas Menino and area veterans dedicated a new bridge on American Legion Highway over Morton Street. The bridge will be named in honor of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen.
Quadruplets, from left, Cullen, Killian, Emma, and Riley Driscoll celebrated their 15th birthday in a party hosted by Beverly Hospital, where they were born in 1997 to Mary and David Driscoll.
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A fan caught some rays in the bleachers about three hours before the Boston Red Sox played the Chicago White Sox at Fenway Park.
Former Red Sox infielder Kevin Youkilis acknowledged the ovation from Boston fans as he returned to Fenway Park for the first time since being traded to the Chicago White Sox.