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Boston Herald
Needham High teens in fatal collision ‘were best of friends’The father of one of two Needham High School students who died over the weekend
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
The father of one of two Needham High School students who died over the weekend after they were struck by at least one car as they crossed the street said he and his wife can’t comprehend how the crash occurred, claiming the lives of two “best... Read more
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Boston Herald
Authorities: 'I'm going to kill you all,' killer screamed after stabbing parentsAn irate and shoeless young man allegedly bellowed "I'm going to kill you all"
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
An irate and shoeless young man allegedly bellowed "I'm going to kill you all" as police dragged him away from a relative's Saturday night birthday party in Millis, where authorities say he stabbed his parents after having murdered his... Read more
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Boston Herald
Stunned relative: Stabbing suspect ‘was just out of it’celebrating a surprise birthday party at a Millis banquet hall Saturday night s
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
celebrating a surprise birthday party at a Millis banquet hall Saturday night scrambled to tackle and tie up Benjamin Walsh when he attacked his parents, a relative said — using a knife that authorities suspect he had used to stab his... Read more
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Boston Herald
DA: Needham man killed girlfriend, stabbed parentsinjured his parents in a knife attack at Millis restaurant last night, authorit
Boston Herald / Posted 8 days ago
injured his parents in a knife attack at Millis restaurant last night, authorities say. Police found the slain 20-year-old woman's body in the Needham apartment shortly after they say Benjamin Walsh attacked his parents with a knife at about 7 p.m.... Read more
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Boston Globe
Going green? Mass. agency urges more environmental rules for poturged the state’s marijuana agency Friday to impose specific environmental stan
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
urged the state’s marijuana agency Friday to impose specific environmental standards on cannabis manufacturers and farms, which can suck up gargantuan amounts of energy to keep their products growing and green. “Experience from other states has... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Police warn about child pornography video circulating on FacebookJessica Trufant The Patriot Ledger @JTrufant_Ledger MILTON — Law enforcement o
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 15 days ago
Jessica Trufant The Patriot Ledger @JTrufant_Ledger MILTON — Law enforcement officials are joining police nationwide in warning Facebook users to report and delete a video currently circulating on the Internet depicting child pornography. Norfolk... Read more
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Boston Globe
DiMasi’s struggles in federal prison a catalyst for compassionate releaseAfter years of rebuffing calls to release prisoners too frail to be dangerous a
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
After years of rebuffing calls to release prisoners too frail to be dangerous anymore, Massachusetts lawmakers are poised to make it easier for sick and dying inmates to be freed before their sentences are up. The main reason for the about-face?... Read more
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Boston Globe
Brookline police chief retiring after 23 years on the job.When Daniel C. O’Leary became chief of the Brookline Police Department in April
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
When Daniel C. O’Leary became chief of the Brookline Police Department in April 1995, the community was still reeling from a deadly shooting rampage that took place in December 1994, when John Salvi opened fire, killing two women and wounding five... Read more

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