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Plus, Wellesley puts into place a boil water notice and Brookline Police commended for defusing a potentially "deadly" traffic stop.
Plus, a new bill looks to protect victims of domestic violence and their pets and a local chief addresses the "militarization" of police.
Plus, "Ted 2" filming on North Shore this week and alleged peeping Tom arrested.
Plus, an Allston man was charged in a fatal car crash and Dine Out Boston is here.
Restaurant specials are on the menu for Beantown from Aug. 17-22 and Aug. 24-29.
Plus, a group sues Boston to stop installing sidewalk ramps and a new local bylaw restricts sex offenders.
Plus, the man who started the Ice Bucket Challenge gets doused at Fenway and two men were were charged with selling counterfeit items.
Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles website has maintenance scheduled for Sunday.
Plus, police are looking for a man who was peeking through an apartment window and a Wilmington man was killed in a motorcycle crash.
Residents used social media platforms to submit creative safety slogan ideas.
Plus, a repeat drunk driver is arrested after stealing and crashing a car and a drug raid leads to three arrests.
When The Game Stands Tall is coming to theaters Aug. 22.
When The Game Stands Tall is based on the true story of a California high school football team that won 151 consecutive games.
The sessions will be open to athletes from surrounding towns.
Plus, a man was charged in a Craigslist child sex sting and heavy rain is expected Tuesday night and Wednesday.
The area should see 1-2 inches of rainfall from an “unusually strong weather system for August,” according to the National Weather Service.
Plus, an Avon man is still missing after an alleged kidnapping and a North Shore community is mourning the house of a young girl.
This weekly column features news about Massachusetts animals.
Plus, Taylor Swift makes a surprise visit with a Children's Hospital patient and migrant children are not coming to Mass. after all.
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