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Park Honoring Marathon Bombing Victim Opens In Boston
The park is located on the waterfront in Boston's Seaport District
Medicare-For-All Faces Steep Hurdles In Massachusetts
Some lawmakers ay implementation of such a program won't be easy.
Ortiz Recovering After Surgery for Gunshot Wound
Former Red Sox David Ortiz was hospitalized Monday following surgery for a gunshot wound after being ambushed by in a bar in his native Dominican Republic.
Report: Former Red Sox Star David Ortiz Shot
Ortiz was reportedly wounded during a robbery attempt at an amusement center.
Bail Set for Taunton Man in Deadly Head-On Crash
The 24-year-old suspect pleaded not guilty in Worcester Central District Court.
Outrage as ‘Straight Pride’ Parade Planned for Boston
An attempt at a 'straight pride' parade in Boston has sparked outrage days before the city hosts its gay pride parade.
Senate Expected to Debate Cell Phone Ban for Drivers
Massachusetts could soon be a step closer to banning hand-held cell phone use by motorists.
Dangerousness Hearing Scheduled for Westport Hit-and-Run Suspect
The Fall River man charged in connection with a deadly hit-and-run in Westport is heading back to court this week for a dangerousness hearing.
Mass. Delegation Split over Impeachment Strategy
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren favors impeachment, others favor a "go slow" approach.
Beacon Hill to Focus on Sports Betting
A total of nine sports betting bills will be up for discussion.