Patients at Compass Medical are confused and looking for answers regarding the future of their local healthcare provider after being shut out of appointments and schedules Wednesday.
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To say the least, it’s been a long road to commencement — one punctuated by the pandemic and a pregnancy.
Normally, bird flu outbreaks resolve in a matter of months. But this one has been going strong since late 2021.
The school was placed in lockdown as police swept the building, officials said.
George H.W. Bush was President. The Berlin Wall fell. And Juan Diaz moved into an apartment on Oak Street in Hyde Park. It all happened in 1989.
Amelia LoVerme said she didn’t really have a special bond with her twin brother, Charlie. But the 12-year-olds have one now after Amelia saved Charlie’s life.
Scores of Boston University students turned their backs on the head of one of Hollywood’s biggest studios, and some shouted “pay your writers,” as he gave the school’s commencement address Sunday.
It is a case that has long haunted the city of Fitchburg. In late 2013, five-year-old Jeremiah Oliver disappeared. Months later, in April 2014, his body was found in a suitcase tossed along Interstate 190 in Sterling. His killer has never been found -- until perhaps now.
The American Lung Association ranks Boston’s annual particulate pollution as 96th worst in the country out of 200 metropolitan areas.
And a new bill on Beacon Hill suggests it’s high time to let sports officials be sports officials. HS 1427 would bring to Massachusetts what 22 other states already have: stiff penalties for abusing sports officials -- physically or verbally.