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Marion woman charged with animal cruelty, house condemned, after dozens of animals found living in squalor

Lauren Fisher, 65, is expected to be arraigned Thursday on charges of animal cruelty, interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest, Marion police said.

House bill threatens Springfield railcar plant

Legislation passed by federal lawmakers on Wednesday raised serious questions about the future viability of a massive subway-car manufacturing facility in Springfield that is producing new Red Line and Orange Line cars.


Lottery results from Wednesday drawings

Yvonne Abraham

These truths are not self-evident

Truth has kicked the bucket. Facts have shuffled off this mortal coil. Reality has met its maker.

Facing deadline, City Council makes moves on immigration, wetlands, taxes

Talk about getting business done before the holidays.

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Boch Center helping Globe Santa deliver for Boston children

Once again Josiah Spaulding Jr. and the Boch Center are pitching in to help Globe Santa as they offer the public a wide array of seasonal entertainment.

Woman hit by police cruiser in Brockton has died

The pedestrian who was hit by a police cruiser in Brockton on Tuesday afternoon has died, and State Police are investigating, the Plymouth district attorney’s office said Wednesday.

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What’s happening south of Boston

The 48th annual “Christmas at King Caesar” supports the educational and preservation mission of the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society.


Gantetsu-Ya elevates Japanese street food in Brookline

Gantetsu-Ya is located directly across from Ganko Ittetsu Ramen within Coolidge Corner’s Arcade building.


Deck the halls with boughs of Ilex

Holly is a part of forests and other ecosystems in the United States and around the world.


What’s happening west of Boston

Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes, coauthors of the picture book “Rescue & Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship,” will speak on Saturday, Dec. 14, in Lexington.

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