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  1. John Nucci's kidney transplant shines light on need for donorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Boston Herald

    GIFT OF LIFE: Kerri Abrams will donate a kidney to John Nucci today at Massachusetts General Hospital. Staff photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki As John Nucci undergoes kidney transplant surgery today, advocates and doctors say there is a vital need for more donors - a cause the former city councilor says he will champion when he recovers.


  2. Police rescue 11 ducklings trapped in storm drainRead the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Eleven ducklings that got trapped in a storm drain near a Massachusetts police station have been rescued by officers and reunited with their mother. Arlington police say a woman and her children came into police headquarters Sunday to report that the baby ducks were stuck in a nearby drain.


  3. Medal of Honor recipient to be buried at ArlingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2018 | Boston Herald

    MAN OF HONOR: Korean War fighter pilot Thomas Hudner Jr., above, risked his life to save squadron mate Jesse Brown, left. President Harry S. Truman joins hands with Hudner and Daisy Brown after awarding Hudner the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1951.


  4. Green Rush! State braces for crush of marijuana shop applicants todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2018 | Boston Herald

    POSSIBLE CHILLING EFFECT: Attorney General Jeff Sessions, left, is going after legalized marijuana, rescinding an Obama-era rule that kept federal prosecutors out of state systems. The Cannabis Control Commission is bracing for a "Green Rush" of applicants today vying to be among the first to open marijuana retail stores as Massachusetts becomes the new frontier for recreational pot on the East Coast.


  5. Nurses: Good care has limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2018 | Boston Herald

    FOLLOWING THE LEAD: Donna Kelly-Williams, left, president of the Massachusetts Nurses Association, poses with her daughter Kelly Williams, a nurse at Cape Cod Hospital, yesterday at the State House. Arlington resident and nurse Kelly Williams was a caretaker from the beginning - she would rush to her siblings when they were injured, and at 8 years old she helped care for her ailing grandmother.


  6. settles with AG's office, agrees to pay misled families nearly $500GRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2018 | Boston Herald will pay nearly half a million dollars to settle claims by Attorney General Maura Healey that the website misled customers about the thoroughness of the background checks performed on potential caregivers for children and the elderly. "When families pay for a background check service, they should get what they paid for," Healey said in a statement.


  7. Area officials cry foul over T funding formulaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2018 | Boston Herald

    MONEY MATTERS: The formula used to calculate how much cities and towns have to contribute to the T's Local Assistance Fund has come under fire from officials from Boston, Watertown and Arlington. Staff photo by Christopher Evans Officials in area cities and towns say they agree with Boston city councilors that the MBTA's yearly assessments aren't buying the service they need, and it's time to revisit the formula that hauls in millions of dollars from municipal coffers.


  8. All-State track: Arlington's Ryan Oosting pulls off golden distance doubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Ryan Oosting of Arlington crosses the finish line after taking the lead from Newton North's Andrew Mah in the men's two mile run at the 2017 MIAA All State Track and Field Tournament at Bridgewater University on Saturday June 3, 2017. Oosting was 100-percent healthy at yesterday's All-State championships at the Reggie Lewis Center after mononucleosis slowed his cross country season and a stomach bug hampered him during much of the indoor track campaign.


  9. 'Hard day' on the tracks has straphangers fed upRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2018 | Boston Herald

    SEEING RED: Nakia Andrews, seen with her children above, said her 20-minute commute to Tufts Medical Center turned into a two-hour journey due to problems on the tracks. The derailment of a Red Line train car yesterday came as no surprise to regular riders who say they've come to expect delays and breakdowns from the transit agency.


  10. High School Basketball: Comcast Dvinci Tournament highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Breaking the school's all-time boys scoring record was nice, but Alex Rivera put it second on his bucket list last night. Rivera scored 27 points as Lowell went on a 16-1 run in the fourth quarter to defeat BC High, 70-59, in the opening round of the 30th annual Comcast Dvinci Energy Basketball Classic at Woburn High School.


  11. Small window to stop opioid ODsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2018 | Boston Herald

    SCARY STATS: State Public Health Commissioner Dr. Monica Bharel presents findings of research into the opioid crisis at the State House yesterday. For people who die of opioid overdose in Massachusetts, the average survival time from the moment they take their first prescription painkiller is just 36 months, according to startling data released yesterday by the state public health commissioner.


  12. High School Football: Serge Clivio retires as head coach at Arlington ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Serge Clivio announced his retirement as head coach at Arlington Catholic after a 29-year run. He took over for Don Stevens in 1987 and during his tenure, he led the Cougars to seven Catholic Central League championships, and two Super Bowl titles in 1993 and 2008.


  13. Forced rehab is gov's tough loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2018 | Boston Herald

    'WHAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE?': Arlington police Chief Frederick Ryan is pushing for a 72-hour forced rehab of opioid addicts. Gov. Charlie Baker is defending his controversial plan to involuntarily commit drug addicts, telling lawmakers the proposal is tough medicine needed to save the lives of users who walk out of emergency rooms to hunt for another hit.


  14. Belmont film festival brings stories to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2018 | Boston Herald

    The Belmont World Film Family Festival is back - and this holiday weekend sees the 15th iteration focused on the theme "Where Stories Come Alive." Twelve programs featuring more than 30 top animated and live-action children's films from around the world - many making their international or North American premieres - plus a live version of WBUR's "Circle Round" will be presented in English and other languages, with subtitles for Dutch, French, Spanish, German, Hungarian, Norwegian and Swedish.


  15. The Latest: Massachusetts state worker dies after stormRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Police say an employee of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority died while cleaning up after the winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of the state. Arlington police tell WFXT-TV that the employee, who they did not publicly identify, went into cardiac arrest and was found in a snowbank at a facility for the water authority early Friday.


  16. The Latest: 1M gallons of sewage spilled in NantucketRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Massachusetts emergency officials say more than 1 million gallons of untreated sewage has spilled into Nantucket Harbor after a "catastrophic" sewer main break. They say the 20-inch mainfailed Thursday in several places on the island off the coast of Cape Cod, and they still were working to fix it Friday amid frigid temperatures.


  17. 10th annual Garrett Reagan Summit recapRead the original story

    Dec 3, 2017 | Boston Herald

    Lowell Catholic is used to having late-game heroics when it takes on Scituate , but Sunday's 3-3 preseason tie at the New England Sports Center in Marlboro may have come at a price. The Crusaders took advantage of a major penalty to get the equalizer as Nathan Donaldson banged home a centering feed with 1:10 left to pull even with the Sailors in a rematch of last year's Division 2 state final, which highlighted Sunday's 35-game slate in the 10th annual Garrett Reagan Sportsmanship Summit.


  18. Bank robber with poor spelling skills pleads guiltyRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2017 | Boston Herald

    A Massachusetts man authorities dubbed the "spelling bee bandit" because the notes he passed to tellers during multiple bank robberies in the Boston area contained the same spelling error has pleaded guilty. Authorities say the Chelsea man entered an Arlington bank on Oct. 31, 2016, approached a teller and handed over a note written on a deposit slip indicating a robbery was in progress, except robbery was spelled with just one "B."


  19. Eateries vie to serve Boston's biggest lobster rollRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2017 | Boston Herald

    Paul Barker owner of Pauli's in the North End is now offering a 6-foot long, $1000 lobster roll. November 13, 2017 Staff Photo by Faith Ninivaggi. Pauli's on Salem Street in the North End claims to win the battle for the city's biggest lobster roll Tuesday, November 14, 2017.


  20. Lunenburg plans consolation trophy for golferRead the original story

    Oct 27, 2017 | Boston Herald

    Lunenburg High School golfer Emily Nash will finally get a trophy - but not the official one - after defeating all the boys, yet still being denied a spot in the state championship. It won't be the coveted hardware she otherwise would have earned in Tuesday's Central Massachusetts Division 3 tournament because of controversial MIAA rules that girl golfers can only advance to state tournaments in the spring.


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