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Thursday, Apr 12, 2018
Boston Marathon Bombings Still Haunt Bomb Squad

Boston Marathon Bombings Still Haunt Bomb Squad

On April 19, 2013, Watertown emerged from hiding to reckon with what had just happened on their streets. One bomber was dead, the other captured. Millions of residents rejoiced, and David Ortiz gave the most memorable speech... Read More

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Tuesday, Apr 10, 2018
Fate of Oxford Town Manager to Be Determined

Fate of Oxford Town Manager to Be Determined

Oxford Selectmen would not comment on any decisions or timeline on the fate of the town manager, who failed a surprise alcohol test on a Thursday afternoon last month. Read More

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Monday, Apr 9, 2018
Oxford Town Manager Fails Alcohol Test, Job in Question

Oxford Town Manager Fails Alcohol Test, Job in Question

Selectmen in Oxford, Massachusetts are considering firing the town manager after town officials said the manager failed an alcohol test late last month. Read More

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Thursday, Apr 5, 2018
Children Follow in Late Bomb Tech's Footsteps at BPD

Children Follow in Late Bomb Tech's Footsteps at BPD

Jerry Hurley loved his backyard pool, a good joke and his family. He was a father, a grandfather and a Boston cop — one with an unusual job to do. Read More

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Wednesday, Apr 4, 2018
How the Boston Marathon Changed Bomb School Training

How the Boston Marathon Changed Bomb School Training

In Huntsville, Alabama the Boston Marathon bombing led the FBI to change how it trains technicians at its Hazardous Devices School, the place bomb squads nationwide go for the certification they are required to renew every... Read More

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Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018
Hovercraft Deployed More Often as Nature of Storms Evolves

Hovercraft Deployed More Often as Nature of Storms Evolves

The Carver Fire Department in Massachusetts demonstrated its secret weapon, a hovercraft used for rescues. Read More

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Friday, Mar 16, 2018
Family of Murdered Woman Angry Suspect Was Offered Plea Deal

Family of Murdered Woman Angry Suspect Was Offered Plea Deal

The man accused of killing 25-year-old Jaimee Mendez of Swampscott in 2014, is expected to plead guilty to her murder Friday and accept 17 years in prison. Read More

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Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
Walpole School Shuts Down After Years of Problems

Walpole School Shuts Down After Years of Problems

Longview Farm, a private residential school in Walpole, Massachusetts, that serves students with "emotional, behavioral and/or learning difficulties," has shut down after years of problems requiring police intervention, including... Read More

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Friday, Mar 2, 2018
Bill to Help Mass. First Responders Continues to Stall

Bill to Help Mass. First Responders Continues to Stall

Many first responders feel they can ask for help without losing their jobs. A bill that could help is stuck at the State House. Read More

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Wednesday, Feb 28, 2018
Survey: Firefighters Struggling With Mental Health and PTSD

Survey: Firefighters Struggling With Mental Health and PTSD

Firefighters across the country and in Massachusetts are struggling with mental health issues and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a study where NBC-owned stations partnered with the International Association of... Read More

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