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Lawsuit Challenges Fall River Recall Election Results
The lawsuit was filed by 10 Fall River citizens.
Steps Taken in Rhode Island to Increase Sports Betting
More kiosks added at Twin River in Lincoln and in Tiverton.
Rehoboth Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Motorcycle Crash
The crash killed a motorcyclist, 62-year-old Anthony Kishfy, of Seekonk.
Mass. Court Rules Aaron Hernandez Is a Convicted Murderer
Massachusetts' highest court on Wednesday reinstated the late Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction, which was erased after the former NFL star killed himself in prison.
Recall Election Is Today in Fall River
Voters in Fall River are deciding whether to remove their embattled mayor from office.
Stop & Shop Workers Authorize Strike
Unions representing thousands of Stop & Shop workers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island are voting to authorize a strike if a contract dispute with the supermarket chain drags on.
Boston Police, Bar Owners to Discuss Patron Safety
Boston's police commissioner is asking the city's nightspots and bars to send representatives to a meeting next week to discuss patron safety following two high-profile abductions of women.
Pedroia Back In Action After Knee Surgery
Pedroia played one inning on Thursday, making a routine play in the field, and rapping a single in his only at-bat.
Red Sox Pitcher Steven Wright Suspended for 80 Games
Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright was suspended for 80 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for Human Growth Hormone.
Protected Zone to Help Whales Extended into Mid-March
The federal government is expanding a protected zone off of New England to attempt to protect endangered right whales.