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Person struck by train in Gloucester; commuter rail trains delayed

Passengers were told to expect severe delays due to the police activity in Gloucester, officials said.


Scott Lively, a longtime Baker foe, says goodbye to politics — and hello to farm life

Scott Lively says he’s done with politics. And he has the chicken to prove it.

Aerial mosquito spraying set for Middlesex, Worcester counties

A second round of aerial spraying started Wednesday night in southeastern Massachusetts. Spraying will begin in Middlesex and Worcester counties on Sunday, state public health officials said.

Teens fined $2,500 each for jumping over ferry railings

Luke Garrity, 18, jumped off the Island Queen in Falmouth in June and Andrew Myers, 19, jumped off the Anna C in Block Island, R.I. in July, the US Coast Guard said.

Brandeis investigates after photos found on anti-Jewish site

School safety officials were investigating after images from the university’s website appeared on the Vanguard News Network Forum, which promotes white nationalist views.

Two reported sexual assaults at St. Paul’s School for first six months of this year, report says

There were at least two reported sexual assaults on the grounds of St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire during the first six months of the year, according to a report released Wednesday.

Cambridge police search for suspect in fitness class stabbing

A man allegedly used a jackknife to stab another man during a fitness class at the Temple Street YWCA Wednesday evening, Cambridge police said.

Three men indicted for alleged fraud scheme at UMass Amherst

Three men were indicted for allegedly giving or accepting thousands of dollars in illegal kickbacks while working for the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the office of Attorney General Maura Healey said in a statement Wednesday.

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Who are you going to call when (gasp!) your kids have lice?

Lice Treatment Center Metrowest brings its services, and all-natural shampoo, to families, schools, and camps.

Five elderly siblings reunited in Peabody

“We started our lives together and we are so lucky to be ending our lives together,” said Mary Cena, 92.

Once an immigrant, now she helps others

Once an immigrant, Saska Icitovic of Lynn now helps others who fled oppression in their native lands.

Openings, closings, and more in the south suburbs

Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the suburbs south of Boston.

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