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Spectators invade the pitch of the Stade de France stadium after the international friendly soccer match between France and Germany in Saint Denis, outside Paris, Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. Hundreds of people spilled onto the field of the Stade de France stadium after explosions were heard nearby during a friendly match between the French and German national soccer teams. Comment?
A Texas trooper faces a procedural review for having his photo taken with Dallas running back Christine Michael during a traffic stop hours before a Cowboys game, the Department of Public Safety said Tuesday. Stephen Lister, a trooper for 6A1 2 years, stopped a southbound black Bentley on a Dallas-area turnpike around noon CDT Sunday because the car appeared to violate window tint laws, the agency said. Comment?
Born and raised in Sulmona, Italy, Mr. DiCenso moved to the United States as a young man. He was a former resident of Arlington and lived in Medford for the last 32 years. Comment?
The season is just five weeks old, and his Bulldogs have already played in three overtime contests. Add in the fact the other two games were decided by a field goal and you can see the necessity for being proactive about his health. Comment?
Trailing 33-21 with just over four minutes remaining, the Spy Ponders pulled off a miracle comeback behind an all-worldly performance from senior quarterback Alec Coleman , a timely onside kick and, some last-minute magic to pull off a thrilling 34-33 victory over the Tanners on a night when Woburn coach Rocky Nelson was in-line to record his 200th career win. "We talked to the guys about never given up and believing in themselves," said Arlington coach Ryan Gendron. Comment?
A Winthrop woman is charged with driving drunk, causing three accidents that put several people in the hospital in Arlington Saturday night, police said. Lillian Claudio, 35, of Winthrop was driving under the influence of alcohol with five passengers in her car, including two children who were not strapped in car seats, police said. Comment?
Cops can no longer pull over cars when they smell the distinctive odor of pot wafting from vehicles, the state's highest court said yesterday in a controversial ruling that has law enforcement and legal experts raising alarms about stoned drivers endangering Bay State roads. "I think it turns logic on its head," said Martin Healy, chief legal counsel for the Massachusetts Bar Association. Comment?
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