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Additional Arrests Made Related To Boston Marathon Bombing
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Judge Allows Demonstrations Outside Federal Court

A judge has rejected a request from lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev  to bar demonstrations near courthouse entrances by people who believe the bombings were part of a government plot

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Photo by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post via Getty Images

Martins Wants PawSox In New Bedford

Ward Two Councilor Steve Martins thinks its time for city officials to put on a full-court press to bring the Pawtucket Red Sox to New Bedford.

The Pawtucket franchise was recently sold to Boston Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino and a group of Rhode Island businessmen

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Boston Restaurant Affected By Marathon Bombing To Close

BOSTON (AP) - A restaurant that was heavily damaged in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings but later reopened is closing its doors on March 1.

The Forum's owner announced Tuesday its rent was being tripled, making it ``financially impossible'' to operate at the Back Bay location on Boylston Street.

The second o

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Jim Rogash/Getty Images

Witness Calls Aaron Hernandez ‘A Perfect Gentleman’

A would-be personal trainer for Aaron Hernandez was called to the witness stand Tuesday during Hernandez's murder trial.

Brian McDonough operates a strength and conditioning business in Foxboro, and was supposed to meet with Hernandez for the first time on June 17, 2013, the day Odin Lloyd was killed

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Boston Man Sells Snow

A Boston man is making money off the record snow that's hit the area.  

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SRPEDD To Assess Dartmouth’s Roadways

Members of the Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District, or SRPEDD, met with Dartmouth's Select Board last night to gather suggestions for their Regional Transportation Plan

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Courtesy Fun107.com

Man Dies In Fall River Fire

Officials in Fall River say a 63-year-old man has died after fire engulfed his apartment despite efforts by neighbors to help him.

The Herald-News reports fire officials say Jesse Silvia Jr. was found dead in his living room on Monday

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Partial Roof Collapse At Rodney Metals In South End

A New Bedford manufacturing plant lost part of its roof this weekend.

Fire Chief Michael Gomes says a 12-by-14 foot section of roof collapsed Sunday evening at Rodney Metals on East Rodney French Boulevard, probably because of the weight of wet snow

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Classes Resume Tuesday At ORR Junior And Senior High Schools

Classes were cancelled Monday at the Old Rochester Junior and Senior High Schools after officials feared the roof to the building had been compromised because of heavy snow.

Structural engineers inspected the roof on Monday, and gave school officials the green light to resume classes on Tuesday, February 24

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Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images
Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images

Baker Hoping For Help From The Feds

Gov. Charlie Baker says he's been reaching out to federal officials as Massachusetts prepares to make a formal request for disaster relief following the spate of recent snowstorms.

Baker said Massachusetts has struggled with snow removal costs, coastal damage, a business slowdown, and nearly 150 structures with collapsed roofs due to the storms that dumped more than seven feet of snow across the state

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