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Horses Rescued After Being Trapped In Norwell Barn Roof Collapse

March 2, 2015

The barn’s owner, Ethelene Devers, says as many as 10 horses may be trapped inside, while five have escaped without injury.

Northeastern Gives $886,000 In PILOT Payments To Boston

March 2, 2015

Northeastern University recently paid the city of Boston $886,000 to help cover the costs of municipal services, but that was far less than the $2.5 million the city requested.

Worcester Police Seek Suspect In Weekend Double Shooting

March 2, 2015

Worcester police are still looking for the person responsible for a weekend shooting that sent two victims to the hospital.

To Improve Budget Gap, State To Offer Early Retirement To Thousands; Layoffs Possible

March 2, 2015

A top administration official says Gov. Charlie Baker plans to file legislation that would allow thousands of state employees to retire early, and if that doesn’t work, the state may resort to layoffs.

Aaron Hernandez Trial Delayed Again Due To Snow

March 2, 2015

Yet another snowstorm hitting New England is expected to dump several inches in the area, prompting the court to delay Monday’s start until 10:15 a.m. There already have been 5.5 snow days since jury selection began in the trial Jan. 9.

Forecast: Fresh Snow This Morning With More On The Way Tuesday

March 2, 2015

Another storm will bring another round of snow and eventually some rain to the area Tuesday evening. Boston is expected to get 2 to 4 inches.

Curry Scores 37, Leads Warriors From 26 Down To Beat Celtics

March 2, 2015

Stephen Curry scored 37 points on Sunday night, and the Warriors erased a 26-point deficit to beat the Boston Celtics 106-101. Golden State won for the seventh time in nine tries to improve its league-best record to 46-11.

School Committee To Choose New Boston Schools Superintendent Tuesday

March 2, 2015
From left to right: Guadalupe Guerrero, Tommy Chang, Dana Bedden and Pedro Martinez. (Courtesy BPS)

Now that the final four candidates in the Boston Public School superintendent search have all been interviewed in public hearings last week, the Boston School Committee is scheduled to make a final decision Tuesday night. Here’s a look at the men vying for the job.

Boston Falls Short Of Season Snow Record — For Now

March 2, 2015

It has topped more than 100 inches of snow this season, but Boston is just short of surpassing its 20-year-old snowfall record – for now that is.

‘Provincetown Four’ Celebrates The Players Who Revolutionized American Drama

March 2, 2015
Claire Barnes and Christian Telles rehearsing for "Suppressed Desires" (Courtesy)

“Provincetown Four,” held from March 9 to 11 at Roger’s Pub in Babson College, will feature four one-acts by the original Provincetown Players whose influence can still be felt on the American stage.

Police: Lowell Woman Critically Injured By Shots Fired Into Home

March 1, 2015

The Middlesex district attorney says a Lowell woman has been shot and critically wounded when someone fired shots into her home as she lay in bed.

More Snow For Southern New England, 4-6 Inches Expected

March 1, 2015

Snowfall of 4 to 6 inches is expected by early Monday across southern New England, with spots up to 8 inches in southeastern Massachusetts and central and eastern Rhode Island.

Snowmobilers Rescued After 3 Machines Stranded In Deep Snow

March 1, 2015

Conservation officer Christopher Egan says the three men worked for several hours to free their snowmobiles from deep snow that one of them described as being up to his eyeballs before trying to walk down the mountain.

Gov. Charlie Baker Prepares To Release First State Budget

March 1, 2015

Baker has already grappled with a projected $768 million budget shortfall for the current fiscal year.

Bruins Win 4-1, Send Coyotes To 9th Straight Loss

March 1, 2015

Milan Lucic, Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand each had a goal and an assist, helping the Boston Bruins send the Arizona Coyotes to their ninth straight loss, 4-1 on Saturday night.

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