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3 hrs ago |

Boston Will Take Your Prescription Drugs Now

Governor Deval Patrick declared Massachusetts's opiod addiction epidemic a public health emergency in March, but did you realize your neglected medicine cabinet could be contributing to the state's drug abuse problem? The majority of prescription drug abusers obtain drugs from friends or relatives, according to the 2012 National Survey on Drug Use ... (more)


4 hrs ago | WTEN-TV Albany

Body in harbor identified as missing Boston man

Police say a body found Wednesday in Boston Harbor has been is identified as a 24-year-old man missing since early February.


4 hrs ago |

Body Found at Boston Harbor ID'd as Missing Boston University Grad

A body found near Boston Harbor's Long Wharf Wednesday has been identified as a missing Boston University graduate, NECN reports .


4 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

World Book Night arrives at Broadway musicals, baseball game

The American edition of World Book Night was celebrated on April 23, and activities around the country involved baseball games, Meals on Wheels programs, and Broadway musicals as well as the more traditional bookstore and library celebrations.


8 hrs ago |

Uber Maps Reveal Where Boston's Young, Affluent Live

The popular - though often controversy - prone - car service app published maps this week that reveal where riders most frequently use the service in 100 different cities.


9 hrs ago | Business Journal

Volunteers to revitalize homes and nonprofits for annual Rebuilding Together Boston day

More than 350 volunteers from Greater Boston real estate, banking, health care and retail companies will turn out on Saturday to make critical repairs and renovations for four needy families and three nonprofit facilities.


13 hrs ago | City of Boston

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series Creator Visits Boston Public Library

Boston Public Library's 2014 Lowell Lecture Series welcomes Diary of a Wimpy Kid series author and illustrator Jeff Kinney on Sunday, April 27, at 2 p.m .


18 hrs ago | Boston Herald

Flynn: Catholic spirit from Boston to Vatican

The Catholic Church to me has always been about the value and the spirit of giving that it provided to my family and my neighbors when I was growing up in South Boston - something I witnessed again and again when I went out into the trouble spots of the world.


Wed Apr 23, 2014

How the Wegmans landed in New England

Some day, when we look back and wonder how our region became awash in Wegmans supermarkets, we might trace it back to the time when two old grocery families got together -- the Wegmans and the Samuelses.


What's the Worst T Station in Boston?

It is a Bostonian tradition as time-honored as the Marathon or opening day at Fenway: complaining about the T. A number of commuters took to Reddit this week to hammer out the worst stations in America's oldest subway system.



UMass Boston arrests bomb threat suspect

UMass Boston police have arrested a suspect they believe is connected with two bomb threats called into the university in the past week.



Out There :: The Cook, The Tramp, & The Barihunk

Barihunk baritone Douglas Williams, as found on the Barihunks website, is coming to Berkeley If you're like Out There, you appreciate male pulchritude, especially when it comes attached to the baritone register.


Maine's Gelato Fiasco are now in Boston

Since opening The Gelato Fiasco in Brunswick, Maine, in 2007, Bentley University grads Joshua Davis and Bruno Tropeano have created 1,500 flavors in small batches.


The Daily Free Press

Entrepreneurship adds jobs to Boston economy

Many entrepreneurial businesses in Boston have seen an increase in profit, revenue, jobs and access to capital in the past six months, predicting further improvement in the next six months, according to a survey by the Boston Chapter of the Entrepreneurs' Organization.


Tue Apr 22, 2014

City of Boston

BCYF All Girls Sports Festival Registering Now

April school vacation week is coming and Boston girls ages 11-15 are invited to register now for the annual All Girls Sports Festival.


Easter Service, Protest Held Outside Wayside Sunday

A large crowd gathered outside Wayside in Framingham Sunday at 3 p.m. for an Easter service and protest for Justina Pelletier.


Owners of Back Bay Building Sue Welding Company in Fatal Fire

The owner of the Back Bay building where a nine-alarm fire killed two firefighters in March is suing the welding company that officials said caused the fire, WCVB reports .


Lawsuit Filed Over Deadly Back Bay Blaze

The owners of a Back Bay building that was the site of a deadly fire in March have filed a lawsuit against a welding company that allegedly sparked the blaze.


Lowell Sun

Jeremiah Oliver's dad wants justice for son

The father of Jeremiah Oliver said he would rather his son's body never be found, and keep hope that he was alive, than to have him found discarded by the side of a highway.


Boston Herald

Medical volunteers have 'good feeling' at finish line tent

Doctors, nurses and physical therapists were at the ready to treat runners for everything from blisters to dehydration and more in the medical tent next to the Boston Public Library.



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