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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.
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.
Williams, who died this week, received an Oscar for his work in the Boston-based film "Good Will Hunting."
The area should see 1-2 inches of rainfall from an “unusually strong weather system for August,” according to the National Weather Service.
The price for regular, self-serve unleaded gasoline dropped by 6 cents per gallon this week.
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.
The Perseids, which produce fast and bright meteors that frequently leave trains, peak Aug. 11-13.
Say goodbye to the Patch app and hello to the new, mobile-friendly Patch.com.
Plus, a Burlington man was convicted of aggravated rape of a child and a Newton man was charged with leaving a dog in a hot car.
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This dentist had some different kinds of patients this past week, keeping wildlife healthy.
Chelsea topped a list complied by Law Media.
This weekly column focuses on animal issues in Massachusetts.
This weekend, more than 60 riders join this popular fundraiser to raise money to battle cancer.
Charles River Center Receives $10,000 Grant from Dedham Institution for Savings Foundation