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A Plymouth police officer was killed yesterday when he lost control of his department motorcycle while on duty. Plymouth police and the state police accident reconstruction team are investigating what caused the crash, which happened at about 2 p.m.
Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Migration and bishops who will attend the Mass on the Border and "Mission for Migrants," in Nogales, Arizona, March 31-April 1, invite all Catholics to unite in prayer, fasting and action for immigration
Mass. (AP) Whenever possible, Nate Eleuterio likes to make his math classes at Freetown-Lakeville Middle School fun. The teacher promised to give extra credit to the student who could correctly list the most digits in Pi, the never-ending number that
Gov. Deval Patrick is set to celebrate the launch of the Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund that officials hope will help cut health care costs by preventing chronic illnesses. The initiative is intended to reduce costs tied to diseases such as
Mass. (AP) Chicopee fire officials say two people were injured in a fire that destroyed a mobile home. The Republican reports (http://bit.ly/1rhALqv ) that the early Sunday morning fire sent an unidentified man to the hospital with serious burns...
Mass. (AP) Area literary scholars, librarians and letter lovers are commiserating about and trying to come to terms with the demise of letter writing...In his 2013 book, To the Letter: A Celebration of the Lost Art of Letter Writing,'' The New York
We kill God's Word if we are not humble and don't pray, Pope Francis said Friday. "What can we do in order not to kill God's Word, not trap the Holy Spirit?" Francis asked a Mass at St Martha's House in the Vatican. "Two simple things," he answered. "
A documentary about science for professionals and laypeople alike, "Particle Fever" celebrates an event of earth-shattering importance, though what far-ranging transformations it heralds remain unknown. Large Hadron Collider to the discovery of the
Audiences will have a rare chance to hear several very different Mass settings in a single concert, presented by Acappellago, a volunteer a cappella chorus in the western suburbs.
The Record New Jersey will receive $102,000 in restitution and recovery fees as part of a settlement with a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company that allegedly caused false claims to be submitted to federal and state healthcare programs by