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A recent study by Tufts nutritionists of the food brought from home by over 600 Massachusetts students found room for improvement.
Wellesley Police Chief Terry Cunningham, Town Executive Director Hans Larsen, Director of Public Health Lenny Izzo and the DPW's Mike Pakstis gave us a call to answer some of the questions Swellesley readers have been asking today about the water warning that followed discovery of a positive E. coli test at a town reservoir .
US President Barack Obama makes a statement to the press on the death of American journalist James Foley at Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts August 20, 2014.
The state's high school graduates led the nation this year in scoring on the ACT college readiness assessment test, according to results released Wednesday.
The State's department of public health is only a few steps away from awarding medical marijuana dispensary licenses.
Don't worry if you didn't make it to Fenway this summer - Boston's hottest rivalry is off the field.
An independent group says an incident in which debris peeled off a highway overpass and smashed the windshield of a car traveling below should serve as a warning about the need to fix crumbling roads and bridges in Massachusetts.
Editors, news directors: Good morning! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today in Massachusetts.
Michael Schmidt is the founder and CEO of Somerville-based Nutonian Inc., and was honored as one of MIT's top 35 innovators under 35 years old.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney shakes hands with supporter Mary Jo Pitzer at Tamarack during the Working for Jobs Rally in Beckley, W.Va., Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014.
Romney headlining Tillis fundraiser in Charlotte Romney is headlining the private event in Charlotte on Tuesday night.
The woman, in Brookline on Monday for her father's birthday, was taking a jog when she saw a stroller heading for the edge of a reservoir.
Latinos are likely to cast votes in this midterm election in lower numbers overall than they did in the last presidential election, but they can still play an important role in outcomes in statewide and local races, experts say.
Sometimes reporters just tell it like it is . Nevada reporter Jon Ralston offered an epic rant to viewers Monday when he spared no insults against Hillary Clinton and her "royal" speaking demands: "We don't have kings and queens in America, or at least we shouldn't.
As data breaches continue to occur, breach notification laws are being amended or enacted.
A New York Times graphic from last week has some people once again asserting a myth about New Hampshire politics.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:25 am
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