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Massachusetts prosecutors argue for Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction to be reinstated, arguing his suicide should not lead to dismissal of the guilty verdict. [Read More]
WESTPORT — The High School Reuse Committee met for the first time and touched upon 16 options for the current Grade 7 through 12 junior/senior high... [Read More]
The Wareham School Department wants to know if local residents are interested in taking college credit courses or adult course offerings in a variety of... [Read More]
Students are back in the classroom but the School Building Committee for a new Middleboro High School never took a summer vacation, as they continued... [Read More]
Most everyone knows that if you plug a lamp cord into an electrical outlet, the light goes on because there are 120 volts pushing electricity... [Read More]
Editor's note: "Behind the Bar" is a new feature spotlighting local bartenders that will run in this space every other Friday. Emily Cowan started running... [Read More]
The little thieves will steal your heart. [Read More]
The buses are arriving and the country music invasion has begun. [Read More]
Jose, which is not even considered a tropical storm anymore, never mind a hurricane, caused more damage to the Attleboro area Thursday into early Friday... [Read More]
In discussion sections, lecture halls, and even online forums, students without the proper identity credentials can no longer credibly opine on controversial issues—regardless of the... [Read More]
Our graduate students would be better served if the University administration respected the critical teaching and research work tutors do and adequately compensated us for... [Read More]
Although Harvard students are extremely busy, we do believe that each group could have found at least one student leader with an open slot on... [Read More]
Last week, the Crimson kicked off the fall with a close loss to non-league opponent URI on the road. The team is already clamoring to... [Read More]
Harvard begins its defense of the Ivy League championship title as it takes on visiting Penn on Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Living in the Quad doesn't have to mean you miss out on everything. Take a stroll down Mass. Ave for some Quad alternatives to river... [Read More]
The Eagle-Tribune wants to recognize a special group of young men and women ... our high school team captains. E-mail a picture of your team... [Read More]
1979: Oil drilling OKed off Cape... [Read More]
The Merrimack College women's volleyball team dropped its home opener on Thursday, losing 3-0 to Saint Anselm despite a late surge in the decisive third... [Read More]
As Tropical Storm Jose continues to churn well off the coast of southern New England, the National Weather Service has issued high wind, coastal flooding... [Read More]
It's up to state legislators to make the move to 100 percent renewable energy, a Cambridge lawmaker says, because no one else will."This is our... [Read More]
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