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Police & Fire
The Lexington Fire Department reported a working fire at 95 Grove St. Sunday.
Reports indicate fire in a wood frame home.
As LPS officials deal with allegations of past mistreatment within the special education program, their liaison to parents -- the Special Education Advisory Council -- is gearing up to survey the parents of students with special needs.
Our weekly compilation of some of the more unusual police reports from around the Boston area. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
An incredibly open floor plan and a magnificent kitchen are only two of the many attractive features in this young colonial.
Censorship is alive and well, as highlighted by Banned Books Week—and you might be surprised by who the most vocal challengers of books are.
In a live chat on Patch Thursday, Gov. Deval Patrick said he approves of the extraordinary step of allowing release to defense attorneys of State Police interviews with alleged "rogue chemist" Annie Dookhan.
Count Us In
Friends and family walked for Jesi Watson in the two years after she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, now she's an 'Honored Hero,' a white balloon to lead others through the dark.
Divorce rates are higher among couples who share household duties than those homes in which the woman does the majority of the chores, according to a new study.
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