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When picking presidents, New Hampshire’s track record is mixed

With just a couple weeks until New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary, here’s a quick look back at how often the state’s voters actually served as a good predictor of what was to come.

Former Greenfield sergeant found guilty in fatal 2017 crash

Sergeant James Rode was sentenced to two years in prison after he allegedly crashed his cruiser into another vehicle, killing a 29-year-old man in October 2017, police said.

UMass Boston interim chancellor takes name out of running for permanent gig

Katherine S. Newman, the interim chancellor for UMass Boston, has taken her name out of the running for the permanent gig leading the Dorchester university.

This day in history

Today is Tuesday, Jan. 28, the 28th day of 2020. There are 338 days left in the year.

2 people in N.H. being tested for coronavirus

Meanwhile in Boston, health officials said Monday that there have been no confirmed cases in the city, but they asserted that Boston is ready should the virus arrive here.

Last Holy Cross rower hurt in Florida crash out of hospital

Anne Comcowich, a sophomore from Hopkinton, will return to Massachusetts to continue her recovery.

Bostonians reflect on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Monday marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a Nazi concentration camp that housed the murder of more than 1.1 million Jews between 1942 and 1945.

Two people in N.H. are being tested for coronavirus

Two people from New Hampshire who recently traveled to Wuhan City, China, have become ill and are being tested for coronavirus, the newly discovered virus that has sickened hundreds. Meanwhile in Boston, health officials said Monday that there have been no confirmed cases in the city, but they said that Boston is ready should the virus arrive here.

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BEVERLY BECKHAM

Back to the future, where I definitely belong

I’ve been in the thick of these years, immersed in the day-to-day. If I had fallen asleep in 1960 would I recognize the world today?

BLOTTER TALES

Emergency! There’s somebody else’s cardboard box in my recycling bin!

Emergency! There’s somebody else’s cardboard box in my recycling bin!

SCITUATE

Shelter’s new line: kangaroo pouches

The Scituate Animal Shelter has gone global, adding orphaned kangaroos and wallabies to its list of critters that need help.

ESSEX

In Essex, a museum strives to save historic barn

The Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum is nearing its goal of raising the funds required to save an 18th-century barn.

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