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The Herald News
Powerboat races draw thousands to Fall River waterfront for high-speed thrillscourse that started from south of the Borden Flats Lighthouse, raced under the
Powerboat races draw thousands to Fall River waterfront for high-speed thrills
The Herald News / Posted 2 days ago
course that started from south of the Borden Flats Lighthouse, raced under the Braga Bridge, past the Battleship Massachusetts and turned at Point Gloria. “The colors are cool as well,” he said. The loud whir of motors 600 horsepower... Read more
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Boston Globe
Man sentenced for running Mass., R.I., teen sex trafficking ringProvidence man who admitted to running a sex trafficking ring that transported
Man sentenced for running Mass., R.I., teen sex trafficking ring
Boston Globe / Posted 20 days ago
Providence man who admitted to running a sex trafficking ring that transported two teenage girls over the Rhode Island and Massachusetts state lines was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison on Wednesday, according to the Rhode Island US... Read more
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Boston Globe
These golfers really fling itlacrosse.” Fahey, 22, never golfed while growing up in Boxford, or while atten
These golfers really fling it
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
lacrosse.” Fahey, 22, never golfed while growing up in Boxford, or while attending St. John’s Prep and the University of Massachusetts Amherst, from which he graduated last year. But when Alexander Van Alen of Ipswich and Steve Bloom of West... Read more
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The Herald News
Fall River delegation comes out against marijuana legalization Supporters of legalized marijuana in Massachusetts shouldn't expect Fall Rive
Fall River delegation comes out against marijuana legalization
The Herald News / Posted 27 days ago
Supporters of legalized marijuana in Massachusetts shouldn't expect Fall River's legislative delegation to advance the cause. In a release issued Wednesday morning by the Campaign for a... Read more
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Leominster Champion
AG: Local Outback employees will be paid for trainings | July 29, 2016has agreed to pay $210,000 in restitution and penalties to resolve allegations
AG: Local Outback employees will be paid for trainings | July 29, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 1 months ago
has agreed to pay $210,000 in restitution and penalties to resolve allegations that it failed to pay more than 2,500 Massachusetts workers for required trainings in violation of state law, Attorney General Maura Healey announced Thursday,... Read more

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