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BOSTON (AP) — At Dr. Fathalla Mashali's pain management clinics, the waiting rooms were often so packed with patients that people sat on the floor, leaned against walls and spilled into the hallways.That's because, federal prosecutors say, … more
BOSTON (AP) — The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation has launched a public campaign to raise funds to help preserve the former president's beloved wooden sailboat.The goal of the GoFundMe campaign launched Wednesday is to raise $25,000 for … more
As snow whipped across Massachusetts, Gov. Charlie Baker said power outages, which numbered around 60,000 in the early afternoon Tuesday, were a major concern from the nor'easter.At a noon press conference Baker noted a dramatic uptick in outages … more
BOSTON — Marijuana activists have responded to what it called a "false narrative" that the marijuana legalization law passed last year by voters requires legislative fixes, and urged the new marijuana committee to focus instead on issues not … more
BOSTON — Before meeting with President Donald Trump in Washington later this week, the head of Ireland's government visited Boston City Hall, which Mayor Marty Walsh has said could become a citadel for Boston's undocumented immigrants … more
BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Police Department's body camera pilot program has been extended an additional six months so more data can be collected.Mayor Marty Walsh said Sunday that the city and the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association agreed to … more
NEWTON, Mass. (AP) — Newton Mayor Setti Warren is taking a significant step toward a potential run for governor.The Democrat announced Monday that he is forming a finance committee as he continues to explore whether to seek the state's top … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — A familiar name from Massachusetts, Rep. Joe Kennedy III, is carrying his family legacy into a new era, battling Republicans who want to undo Barack Obama's health care law.Kennedy, the 36-year-old grandson of the late Sen. … more
BOSTON — An agreement among state lawmakers, business leaders and an advocacy group could pave the way for new accommodations for workers in Massachusetts who are pregnant or nursing mothers.A bill, which appears on track for passage on Beacon … more
BOSTON — Digital natives who grew up after the birth of the Internet are more susceptible to a variety of scams intended to drain cash from victims with emailed promises of money orders, according to a recent study, and it is older men who … more
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