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  1. Heather Abbott hosts fundraiser to help Krystle's KidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 30 | Boston Herald

    GOOD CAUSE, GOOD FUN: Clockwise from top right, Heather Abbott welcomes guests to her foundation's fundraiser; guests enter the Barking Crab and enjoy seafood provided by the restaurant; and Sean Rivers performs at the event. 092918 BOSTON- Posie Mansfield of Essex picks from platters of seafood at the Barking Crab in Boston on Saturday during the Heather Abbott Foundation Fall Kick-off Fundraiser.

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  2. US Sen. Elizabeth Warren to address 2 Labor Day eventsRead the original story

    Sep 3, 2018 | Boston Herald

    The Massachusetts Democrat plans to start Monday addressing union members at the Central Massachusetts AFL-CIO Annual Labor Day Breakfast in West Boylston. Warren then plans to zip over to the Greater Boston Labor Council Annual Labor Day Breakfast at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel - one of organized labor's biggest events in Massachusetts, typically attracting some of the state's top political figure.

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  3. Measles touch down in Bay StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Citing measles as "probably the most infectious human virus on the planet," a Boston University professor of microbiology stressed the importance of vaccinations as state health officials confirmed a case of measles and warned others who may have been exposed. The infected individual was at a number of locations in the Boston area, including Logan International Airport on Aug. 15. Other locations of concern include Lexington High School Library on Aug. 16, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center on Aug. 20 and 21, and the Irving H. Mabee Town Pool complex on Aug. 19. Paul Duprex, a professor of microbiology at Boston University, has been studying measles for 20 years.

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  4. Woman sues Mario Batali, claims sexual assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Famous restaurant chef Mario Batali is being sued in Suffolk Superior Court by a Massachusetts woman who claims he sexually assaulted her inside a popular Back Bay establishment in April of last year. In a lawsuit filed earlier this week, plaintiff Natali Tene, 28, alleges the 57-year-old celebrity chef grabbed and kissed her without her permission at Towne Stove and Spirits on Boylston Street.

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  5. Community gathers for Puerto Rican FestivalRead the original story

    Jul 30, 2018 | Boston Herald

    The city's annual Puerto Rican Day Parade is over, but thousands of people have descended upon City Hall Plaza for good food and salsa dancing Parade participants gathered Sunday at noon at the Boylston and Hereford Street intersection and proceeded up parts of Tremont and Cambridge Streets before ending at City Hall Plaza around 3 p.m. A stage is set up at City Hall where musicians Willito Otero, Paddy Padilla and Pete Perignon y La Nueva GeneraciA3n will perform.

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  6. Puerto Rican Day Parade set to beginRead the original story

    Jul 29, 2018 | Boston Herald

    The route begins Sunday at noon at the Boylston and Hereford Street intersection and proceeds up parts of Tremont and Cambridge Streets before ending at City Hall Plaza around 3 p.m. A stage is set up at City Hall where musicians Willito Otero, Paddy Padilla and Pete Perignon y La Nueva GeneraciA3n will perform.

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  7. Heavy rains, lightning roar into Bay StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 7, 2018 | Boston Herald

    WEATHER WOES: Pedestrians, above on Boylston Street and below on Tremont, try to shield themselves from heavy rain, while firefighters, left, work on the roof of a house involved in a two-alarm fire on Edgewood Park in Norwell. WEATHER WOES: Pedestrians, above on Boylston Street and below on Tremont, try to shield themselves from heavy rain, while firefighters, left, work on the roof of a house involved in a two-alarm fire on Edgewood Park in Norwell.

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  8. Husband, wife found shot to death inside car in parking lotRead the original story

    Jun 26, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. says the woman was pronounced dead at the scene in West Boylston Monday afternoon. Her husband was taken to a hospital, where he later died.

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  9. Man who said he had 'fun' with girl sentenced for child pornRead the original story

    May 25, 2018 | Boston Herald

    A Massachusetts man who pleaded guilty to distributing child porn and reportedly told an undercover investigator he likes to have "fun" with his girlfriend's 5-year-old daughter has been sentenced to seven years in prison. Prosecutors say 33-year-old Randy Chaplis emailed child porn to the undercover agent during the investigation last year.

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  10. Critics: Sex ed plan goes too farRead the original story

    Apr 21, 2018 | Boston Herald

    The Massachusetts Family Institute is slamming a proposed sex health education bill for schools that emphasizes both abstinence and contraceptives, healthy relationships and consent, arguing that it is "widely inappropriate" and takes control away from parents. The Healthy Youth Act, backed by the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, would require any school teaching sex education to use a "medically accurate, age-appropriate" curriculum that encompasses healthy relationships, consent and includes information for students who identify with the LGBTQ community.

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  11. Boston marks 5 years since marathon attack with tributesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2018 | Boston Herald

    The family of Martin Richard, Bill, Jane, Henry and Denise along with the father of Lingzi Lu, Jun Lu and her aunt Helen Zhao, during a ceremony at the site where Martin Richard and Lingzi Lu were killed in the second explosion at the 2013 Boston Marathon Marathon on Boylston Street, Sunday, April 15, 2018. Staff photo by Matt Stone The father of Lingzi Lu, Jun Lu, foreground left, and her aunt Helen Zhao, foreground right, carry a wreath ahead of the family of Martin Richard, background from left, Henry, Bill, Denise and Jane, partially hidden, during a ceremony at the site where Martin Richard and Lingzi Lu were killed in the second explosion at the 2013 Boston Marathon, Sunday, April 15, 2018, in Boston.

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  12. Marathon a bore to you? No worriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Massachusetts was the first to proclaim it a state holiday, and only three other states have followed suit. Connecticut this year joins Maine and Wisconsin as the only other states to recognize the day that celebrates the historic victories over the Redcoats at Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.

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  13. Silverman: Yawkey Way change long time in the makingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2018 | Boston Herald

    But when it comes to public street names in Boston, I'll take retro and unimaginative any day ahead of the residue of a racist legacy. So, thank you Red Sox and the other two abutters along the for-now-named Yawkey Way for asking the city's public improvement commission yesterday to approve their request to scrub the name of the former Red Sox owner from one of the five streets that surround Fenway Park and replace it with Jersey Street.

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  14. Recent run of videos shows Boston cops in harsh lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Cellphone videos capturing intense interactions with city residents have caused repeated headaches for the Boston Police Department in recent years. A movie trailer-style video that circulated in June 2017 described a local cop and a "dog with a limp" as partners "in the fight between good and evil."

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  15. Long overdue: Library opens in ChinatownRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Chinatown's 60-plus years without a library came to an end yesterday as Mayor Martin J. Walsh and community leaders celebrated the grand opening of a new library branch in the neighborhood on Boylston Street. The city invested nearly $1a million to establish a library in the China Trade Center, which also houses the International Institute of New England and the Urban College of Boston.

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  16. Perry: Epic U.S. energy boom cruises by regionRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2018 | Boston Herald

    To save New England from freezing in the dark this winter, a shipment of high-priced liquefied natural gas, or LNG, had to be imported from the Russian Arctic and unloaded at a terminal in Boston Harbor in late January for use in home-heating and electricity production. Not long ago, the idea of New England relying on Russian heating fuel shipped halfway around the world would have been laughed right off Boylston Street.

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  17. Prized photos earn honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Police arrest demonstrators on Boylston Street after freedom of speech speakers were transported from the Boston Common by police. August 19, 2017.

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  18. Carr: Worcester DA's office has a bad case of deja vuRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2018 | Boston Herald

    MORE TROUBLE: The arrest of Assistant DA John O'Leary, above, is the latest bit of bad news for the Worcester County DA's office, which endured allegations of trying to help conceal some of the details of the arrest of Alli Bibaud, the daughter of Judge Timothy Bibaud. There comes a night when the best get tight, Rudyard Kipling once wrote, and that night came Monday for a thirsty payroll patriot by the name of John A. O'Leary of Bolton.

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  19. Boston DPW worker's plea to drivers: 'Let us plow!'Read the original story

    Jan 4, 2018 | Boston Herald

    As snow continues to blanket Boston, reaching near-whiteout conditions as a fast-moving blizzard pummels New England, the city's Department of Public Works is urging drivers to stay off the roads so plows can continue pushing back the falling flakes. "Stay home, don't drive unless you really really have to," said Jami Clemente, the supervisor of plowing the city's main routes.

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  20. Boston DPW worker's plea to drivers: 'Let us plow!'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2018 | Boston Herald

    Boston police stay by in abandoned vehicle at Melnea Cass and Massachusetts Avenue intersection, during the beginning of today's snowfall. Staff photo by Mark Garfinkel As snow continues to blanket Boston, reaching near-whiteout conditions as a fast-moving blizzard pummels New England, the city's Department of Public Works is urging drivers to stay off the roads so plows can continue pushing back the falling flakes.

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