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Plus, a new bill looks to protect victims of domestic violence and their pets and a local chief addresses the "militarization" of police.
Venus and Jupiter will be visible on the east-northeast horizon in the early morning hours for the only time in the next two years.
Open to surrounding communities, the town of Tewksbury and Still River Outfitters to offer lessons on Long Pond in Tewksbury.
Plus, an Allston man was charged in a fatal car crash and Dine Out Boston is here.
The average price was 17 cents higher this time last year.
Take a look at which boards and committees are meeting this week and what’s on the agenda.
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Plus, a group sues Boston to stop installing sidewalk ramps and a new local bylaw restricts sex offenders.
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.
Start your Andover Town Day off with a FREE Yamaha Music Lesson Trial for 4-5 year olds at The Real School of Music in Dundee Park!
The area should see 1-2 inches of rainfall from an “unusually strong weather system for August,” according to the National Weather Service.
The Wilmington Farmers Market is offering the change for residents to complete the challenge for charity across from Town Common.
Nominate the coach or mentor who made a difference in your life to win a prize package from Patch.
Plus, an offshore hurricane could cause riptides this week, Katy Perry visits Salem and Market Basket employees rally.
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Missing cat was last seen on July 29 after moving to Butter Row.
No specifics have been released as to what the board plans to discuss.
Two large "dollar store" chains will soon be under the same ownership after a purchase announced on Monday.
As part of Aug. 7 grand re-opening celebration, the Wilmington Educational Foundation to receive $1,000 donation.