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Hundreds came to Stoneham Monday afternoon to pay their respects to the late MIT officer.
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The "second suspect" in the Boston Marathon bombing is in police custody. He had been surrounded in a boat sitting in a Watertown backyard.
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Second place really is the first loser.
Lexington has accepted Arlington's 'Library Card Challenge.' Belmont and Somerville have, too.
Pearson, who worked for the Town of Lexington’s Department of Public Facilities, died on Monday, Jan. 21, after a 15-month battle with pancreatic cancer. She was 49.
Congressman Ed Markey sent a letter to Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday calling for a new assault weapons ban and improved background checks, among other measures.
The fire was in the garage's ceiling, according to reports.
The man was also given a 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew while his case is pending.
What's it like when the potential next leader of the free world votes in your town? Patch sent three editors to find out.
The alleged incident took place Sunday evening on a walking path near Busa Farms and the town Lexington line.
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