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Dudley bus driver ordered to wear monitoring bracelet

A school bus driver who crashed his bus with 11 students on board was released on personal recognizance Friday after being arraigned on drunken driving and other charges.

Digital transgender archive launches at Holy Cross

Organizers believe it is the first time such trove of transgender-related digital material has been available.

Boy, 15, riding bike is allegedly struck by hit-and-run driver in Lowell

The 15-year-old Lowell boy was struck by a car on Lawrence Street while riding his bicycle.

Mass. native mocks Donald Trump at rally

Zach Etkind, a Cohasset native, pretended to fall asleep and mocked Trump as he gave a speech.

Woburn hit-and-run suspect is arraigned

A Winthrop man who allegedly assaulted a police officer and hit a man with his car was arraigned Friday in Woburn District Court, prosecutors said.

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Jaime Cordoba rested in a common area at the Pine Street Inn in Boston on Thursday.

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Homeless shelters prepare for bitter weekend cold

The Pine Street Inn will expand capacity and outreach to bring the homeless indoors.

//[1].jpg Wellesley names its first African-American president

Dr. Paula Johnson, a professor at Harvard Medical School, will become the 14th president of the women’s college in July.

// Drug kingpin seeks early release from prison

Darryl Whiting, a once-feared drug dealer, choked back tears as he pleaded with a federal judge for mercy.

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// Throw the book at Darryl ‘God’ Whiting

The potential release of Whiting worries a lot of people who remember his reign of terror.

// Officials vow to protect East Boston after gang slayings

Mayor Martin J. Walsh pledged during a public meeting in East Boston on Thursday night to work to protect the neighborhood.

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sentenced to death


Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombings.

Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder



The former Patriots tight end was convicted in the 2013 death of Odin Lloyd.