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Kristin Kassner was sworn into her new role by Gov. Maura Healey at the State House Friday morning, nearly two months after she was declared the winner over former state Rep. Lenny Mirra in the Second Essex District race.

Ahead of the Cape’s summer travel season, get ready to sit in some extra traffic near the Sagamore Bridge.

The last time it was this friggin’ cold, Tom Brady only had four Super Bowl rings and Barack Obama was still in the Oval Office.

Boston Latin Academy inadvertently posted student personal info, BPS says

The City of Boston was awarded $9 million in federal funding to address nine high-crash intersections, and plans to start construction by the end of 2024.

“Limit time outside, wear extra layers,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Kyle Pederson Friday. “Frostbite could occur in under 10 minutes so be careful out there.”

Jury clears Musk of wrongdoing related to 2018 Tesla tweets

A 70-year-old man long overdue to return home from a walk through deep woods in western Massachusetts was rescued just ahead of the deadly arctic blast.

“We just got more important things to worry about,” Jaylen Brown said.

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Opinion | Happy 80th birthday, Dementia Joe Biden. It’s been said that 80 is the new 60. But for the nation’s oldest (by far) president, 80 is the new 150. Biden is 80 going on… take away the car keys and lock him up in the memory-wing.

White supremacist group The Patriot Front reportedly marching through Boston

Opinion | In his recent trip to Albania, former Vice President Mike Pence showed world leaders and politicians how they can play a leading role in supporting the people of Iran in their struggle for freedom and democracy.

Michelle Carter to be sentenced today in teen texting suicide case

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The appeals court has sided with the city's public-safety unions, throwing out a lower-court judge's ruling and installing an injunction preventing Mayor Michelle Wu from enforcing the employee vaccine mandate.

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