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The first initial meeting with the school committee on discussing ways for the district to become more efficient with transportation.
The Colonial Pipeline in Shelby County is expected to reopen today after a 336,000 gallon fuel leak.
A man who was well-known to western Massachusetts television viewers in the 1970s and 80s has died.
911 dispatcher in Massachusetts receives call from woman reporting hit-and-run accident in England.
Michigan man calls police to confess to brutal slaying of four children and attempted murder of his wife.
“I would think state law ought to be clarified before vehicles are actually placed on the roads,” Rep. William Straus said.
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The former Nantucket resident’s own lawyer called the sentence “unquestionably lenient.”
Texas father investigated after dragging girl through Walmart by her hair, angering fellow customers.
At the time of the crash, the trooper had been working a construction detail on I-291 eastbound near Exit 5B.
The long-awaited National Museum of African American History and Culture opens to the public this weekend.
The attack Tuesday night leveled a medical triage point it operates in rebel-held territory outside the contested city of Aleppo.
Violent protests in Charlotte, North Carolina overnight…after a deadly police shooting.
Dispatchers say that fire crews are on the way to the school to investigate an odor.
The school isn’t taking the incident lightly and is taking proper protocol and safety procedures.