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After delays, regular service resumes on Red Line

Trains were delayed 30 minutes in both directions on the line, the T said in a tweet shortly after 5:30 p.m., as crews made repairs.

Lawmakers press State Police leaders about plan to address culture of corruption

State lawmakers have remained mostly silent over the last two years as scandal after scandal has beset the State Police force. That changed Wednesday.

Ceremonies planned to mark Boston Massacre’s 250th anniversary

As the 250th anniversary of the Boston Massacre nears, several events are being held to remember the fatal violence of March 5, 1770, a milestone on the country’s road to independence.

Assault case against Boston police captain dismissed

Captain Timothy Connolly was arraigned last year on two counts of assault and battery on a household or family member, stemming from an alleged altercation with his then-wife at their Milton home.

Mass. health department says hundreds in state have been self-quarantined, monitored for coronavirus

More than 600 Massachusetts residents who traveled to China have been self-quarantined at home and monitored for the novel coronavirus, state public health officials revealed Wednesday.

Globe sues State Police, alleging agency failed to comply with public records law

The Globe wants the court to make State Police produce the documents it has requested and prompt the agency to comply with the law in responding to future public records requests.

Stoughton cops seek armed carjacking suspect who targeted woman

Stoughton police are seeking the public’s help in apprehending a suspect who allegedly tried to carjack a woman with an object believed to be a firearm Wednesday morning.

Local historical society blasts plans to recover Marconi telegraph, ‘world’s most famous radio,’ from the Titanic

An ambitious plan to recover a telegraph from inside the wreck of the Titanic is being criticized by a local historical society.

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State grant will boost Newton’s Pettee Square and Upper Falls Greenway

Governor Charlie Baker hand-delivered Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller a MassWorks grant for $396,500 at a press conference to fund improvements to Pettee Square and expand the Upper Falls Greenway.

Mass. officials place Roxbury charter school on probation

City on a Hill Charter School has two years to show improvement.

Quoth the raven: ‘I’m back’

Once persecuted by early settlers, the raven is increasingly becoming a year-round resident of Massachusetts.

Man held without bail in slaying of Lawrence DPW worker; friend says it was ‘surreal’

A 20-year-old Lawrence man is facing a murder charge for allegedly shooting and killing a city Department of Public Works employee while he was repairing streets in Lawrence last month.

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