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Lowell First Grader Runs Up $80 Tab For Lunch On School-Issued Card
A Lowell mother was shocked recently when she received a bill of more than $80 for her daughter to eat lunch at school.
Brockton Man Suffers Skull Fracture In Parking Dispute
A Brockton man accused of seriously injuring a man in a dispute over parking spaces has been ordered held without bail.
Prosecutor: South Boston Grandmother Killed For Fishing Gear
The man charged with the brutal murder of a South Boston grandmother last week was looking for fishing equipment when he killed her, the prosecutor said Monday.
‘Disruptive’ Brockton Woman Pulled Off Boston-Bound Flight
A Massachusetts woman has been charged with disorderly conduct after she allegedly caused a disturbance on a plane in northern Maine.
Man Arrested In Stabbing Death Of 67-Year-Old South Boston Woman
An arrest has been made in the stabbing death of a South Boston woman last week.
California Studio President Sorry After Tom Petty Guitar Thefts
Culver Studios President James Cella stopped by the WBZ Water Cooler to say he's sorry to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers for recent guitar thefts.
Woman’s Torso Shipped To BJ’s Headquarters In Westborough
A shipping error is being blamed for a rather unwelcome package that BJ’s Wholesale’s headquarters in Westborough received package on Friday.
This Week On Wall Street: 4/20
Strong earnings and some high-profile IPOs grab investors’ attention.
Managing Credit: Too Much Of A Good Thing
According to Census Bureau estimates there are more than 1.4 billion credit cards currently in circulation in the US.
Woman Captures Alleged Flasher On Green Line
A woman helped police catch a man accused of exposing and fondling himself on a packed Green Line train on Thursday.
Keller @ Large: Fenway Park A Symbol Of Boston
Living in a city that values history so highly, the park is an enduring symbol of what makes us special.
45,000 Fans Attend Free Open House At Fenway Park
On Thursday fans had the opportunity to get into Fenway Park absolutely free on the eve of the park's 100th anniversary.
BC Board Member Resigns Amid Criticism Of Role In Child Sex Abuse Case
A prominent member of the Boston College Board of Trustees has submitted his resignation after revelations that he took no action against a priest accused of child sex abuse while under his supervision in Chicago in the 1990's.
Fenway Hits 100: Sounds Of The Home Opener
Close your eyes, and begin the trek up Brookline Avenue from Kenmore Square.
Boston Police Raid Chinatown Stores In EBT Card Crackdown
A Quincy store owner and 21 individuals have been charged in connection with EBT fraud.
Rockport Selectman Tells Chairwoman To ‘Go Back To The Kitchen’
A Rockport selectman has apologized for recently telling the chairwoman of the Board of Selectmen to "go back to the kitchen."
Keller @ Large: Does Music Still Bring Us Together?
Music is one of the few ways in which our huge, fragmented culture finds common ground.
Thousands Pay Tribute At Wake For Murdered NH Police Chief
Police officers and the public paid tribute to Greenland, NH Police Chief Michael Maloney.
Mass. Jobs Picture May Be Brighter Than Originally Thought
The latest jobs figures from the federal government may underestimate the true picture.
Judge In Bulger Case Expects Trial To Begin On Time
Prosecutors and defense lawyers for mobster James "Whitey" Bulger say the evidence-sharing they have argued over for months is now on track for his trial in November.
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