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Boston man wanted for domestic violence arrested

A Boston man who was wanted for a violent domestic assault was arrested Thursday morning, State Police said.

She went on a Twitter rant about trying to homeschool her first-grader. A few hours later, she was named a Guggenheim Fellow.

Sarah Parcak, a renowned archaeologist from Maine, won the hearts of countless exhausted parents when she announced on Twitter she would no longer attempt to home school her first-grader during the coronavirus pandemic.

Family and city celebrate Woburn woman’s 102nd birthday with social distancing motorcade

One dog wore a birthday hat and Agnes CarsonCQ wore a broad smile as a motorcade of her loved ones, friends and first responders from this city’s fire and police department’s noisily passed by her Thursday to celebrate her 102nd birthday - coronavirus style.

Two arrested after shooting outside Brookline monastery

The shooting late Tuesday night appears to be the result of a dispute between two men who did not reside at Holy Transfiguration Monastery, police said.

Officials ask public to help identify man’s body found on Revere Beach

The man whose body was found Tuesday near the Oak Island bath house stood about five feet 11 inches tall, and is thought to be between 30 and 40 years old, State Police said.

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On display in the dairy aisle, the kiss of life and lifelong friends

Last April, Marsha Lawless was clinically dead on the floor of the dairy aisle of the Market Basket in Reading, but was brought back to life by a group of store workers, another shopper and Reading firefighters. She received the kiss of life, and the gift of lifelong friends who saved her life.

Man suffers life-threatening injuries after shooting himself following police chase

A man suffered life-threatening injuries after he refused to pull over for troopers and shot himself following a short pursuit from Swansea to Seekonk Thursday afternoon, State Police said.

Man who allegedly stabbed woman with scissors in Raynham sought by police

Police are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed a woman six times with a pair of scissors in her Raynham home Wednesday afternoon, Raynham police said in a statement.

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Trustees of Reservations bring nature and historic houses to you

many historic, cultural, and agricultural sites may now be visited virtually through online events and activities posted on their individual social media channels and thetrustees.org/athome.

Judge rejects Volodymyr Zhukovskyy request for bail hearing in case involving crash that left seven motorcyclists dead in N.H.

A New Hampshire judge has refused to hold a bail hearing for Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, a Massachusetts man who is accused of killing seven motorcyclists during the same crash in 2019 while he was allegedly on bail from another charge and operating a pickup truck with a trailer under the influence of drugs.

Do you miss Smoky and Bubba? #ZooToYou lets viewers check in on their favorite fauna

Zoo New England is providing online glimpses of “wildly” familiar faces at Franklin Park and Stone zoos while they are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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