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Retired firefighter helps save man who fell 20 feet into trench at Concord Country Club

A retired firefighter help save a man who fell into a trench at the Concord Country Club Tuesday morning, officials said. an hour ago

Marshfield Fair canceled for first time in 153 years over pandemic concerns

The Marshfield Fair has been canceled for the first time in 153 years due to public health concerns, officials announced Monday. 2 hours ago

St. Jerome School in Weymouth to close; St. Francis Xavier and Sacred Heart Schools announce partnership

St. Jerome School will not reopen for the new school year, and Sacred Heart School in Weymouth Landing and St. Francis Xavier School in South Weymouth have announced a partnership. 2 hours ago

Two Dracut men arrested for carrying bricks, other 'burglarious tools’ near Fanueil Hall, police say

Two men were arrested after they were allegedly found carrying multiple bricks and other tools typically used in burglaries near Fanueil Hall Monday night, Boston Police said. 3 hours ago

Two suspects arrested in violent assault on teens in Park Street Station

Two teenagers were allegedly violently assaulted and robbed in Park Street Station Monday night by a group of people who they had spent the day with in the Boston Common, Transit Police said.

Watch live: Representative Pressley, state leaders of color speak in response to killings of Black Americans

Representative Ayanna Pressley is being joined by several state leaders to discuss reforms in the wake of the killings of George Floyd and others.

Man attacks homeless woman outside bus terminal at South Station

A Virginia man was arrested after he allegedly threw soda onto a homeless woman and assaulted her with a mini baseball bat early Monday, Transit Police said.

Boston police arrest gun-toting suspect after foot chase and violent struggle in Dorchester

A gun-toting man led Boston police on a foot-chase through back yards in Dorchester late Monday night before officers apprehended the suspect after a violent struggle in which he tried to reach for his firearm, authorities said Tuesday.

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For Arlington cribbage players, camaraderie is still in the cards

When the coronavirus threat is over, members of the Retired Men’s Club of Arlington aim to resume their beloved games.

Mass Audubon’s birding fund-raiser stays close to the nest - and soars

Given the pandemic social restrictions, Mass Audubon redesigned its largest fund-raiser to encourage bird-watching from home.

With help from his son, a musical ventriloquist makes foray into virtual mirth

“Even though there are a lot of things that are pretty scary right now, it still is a wonderful world," Kevin Driscoll of Framingham recently reassured his audience.

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For Jase, 3, it takes a village — and a parade fueled by love

Little Jase Russell is continuing the fight for his life this week at Boston Children’s Hospital.

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