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Lottery: Winner of $487M Powerball set to claim prize
The New Hampshire Lottery says the winner of the $487 million Powerball jackpot in July is set to claim the prize        
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College, health center partnership targets opioid crisis
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A new program at New England College is aimed at boosting New Hampshire's mental health workforce and addressing its growing substance abuse crisis. The revamped master's degree counseling program includes partnerships with four of the state's 10 community mental health centers in Derry, Concord, Manchester and ...
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High court grants new trial for man convicted of killing cop
BOSTON (AP) - The highest court in Massachusetts has upheld a lower court decision that granted a new trial to a man convicted of the 1993 killing of a Boston police officer. Sean Ellis was sentenced to life in prison after he was convicted in 1995 of the shooting death ...
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Hubway’s offering free bike rides for 24 hours Saturday
If you’ve ever wanted to ride a bike around Boston for free, now is your chance. Hubway, Boston’s bike sharing system, is teaming up with Blue Apron, a recipe and ingredient delivery company, to offer free 24-hour passes on Saturday, the company said in a statement Thursday. The free ride day is the first of […]
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A Cambridge hotel is offering an insane foliage gazing experience for a cool $16,000
Two New England properties—Kimpton Hotel Marlowe in Cambridge and Kimpton Taconic Hotel in Manchester, Vermont—have teamed up to offer a probably-once-in-a-lifetime, bank-account-draining, semi-ridiculous-yet-the-stuff-of-dreams fall weekend. It costs $16,000. The experience starts with a Thursday night stay in Cambridge’s Hotel Marlowe’s presidential suite, plus a fancy dinner at Bambara Kitchen & Bar (where lobster sliders are a […]
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Field set for November after primaries in Massachusetts
BOSTON (AP) - Two Democratic state lawmakers won't be returning to Beacon Hill after losing primary races. In Lawrence, state Rep. Marcos Devers finished behind Juana Matias in Thursday's voting, while Rep. Timothy Toomey of Cambridge lost to challenger Mike Connolly. In the race to succeed state Sen. Brian Joyce, ...
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Tom Izzo 'in a cloud' as he enters Hall of Fame
‘You can’t really dream getting into the Hall,’ Izzo says.        
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State Police JFK Barrack in Perryville to host safety fair Saturday, Sept. 10, to benefit Maryland Food Bank
In honor of Hunger Action Month, emergency first responders in Harford, Cecil and Baltimore counties will do their part in the fight against hunger by hosting the 2016 Safety Fair at the Maryland State Police JFK Barrack in Perryville Saturday. The event is part of a statewide partnership between...
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Vote for Lakewood Hospital issue on Nov. 8 ballot to keep city strong: Jennifer Pae (Opinion)
During 2015, Lakewood's elected officials had a tough decision to make. The decision was the future of the community's century old hospital. It has not been operated by the City since 1986 when voters overwhelmingly decided to get out of the city hospital business. The City leased the hospital building to the Lakewood Hospital Association (LHA). Jennifer Pae is director of finance for the city of LakewoodJennifer Pae  Do you know what will make Lakewood strong? You can make Lakewood strong by voting on Nov. 8 for the ballot issue to uphold the ordinance supporting the transition of Lakewood Hospital. Anything else will detrimental to our city.  A vote against the ballot issue will not "save" the hospital, but will ensure entanglement in expensive litigation on the taxpayers' dime for an indeterminable amount of time. The legally binding contract has already been executed. At risk is more than $100 million of investment in health care currently underway. The claims that the transition has economically devastated this community are simply not true. The city's tax collections are higher now than at the same point last year even after the hospital's inpatient services ended on Feb. 5. The emergency department and outpatient services still continue to operate at the facility. Read more: Mayor Michael Summers describes 'orderly wind down' of Lakewood Hospital inpatient services During 2015, Lakewood's elected officials had a tough decision to make. The decision was the future of the community's century-old hospital. The hospital had not been operated by the city since 1986, when voters overwhelmingly decided to get out of the city hospital business. The city leased the hospital building to the Lakewood Hospital Association (LHA). In order to pacify the bondholders of outstanding hospital debt, the city retained title to the properties in case LHA defaulted on the bond payments. Ten years later, in 1996, LHA entered into an agreement with one of the best hospital systems in the United States, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, to fold its operations into CCF's system. The hospital financially struggled over the years and needed significant capital improvements, while changes in health care delivery reduced the number of inpatient stays. LHA and CCF drastically cut expenditures, and to increase revenues, brought in a lucrative orthopedic practice from Lorain County. However, this was a temporary fix because that practice was moving back once the CCF facility opened there.    LHA knew it had to act, and it worked with CCF to develop a nonbinding proposal for a new outpatient facility ensuring top-quality medical care and continuation of a 24/7/365 emergency department. LHA would use its remaining funds to pay for the transition, establish a community-run health and wellness foundation, and provide the city with funds to redevelop the former hospital site, which is a prime downtown location. Using the recommendations from two separate consulting firms, Subsidium and Huron, which each described the competitive Northeast Ohio health care market; the emphasis on outpatient care as a result of the Affordable Care Act; and the limited availability of doctors in the area, as well as information from dozens of public meetings, our elected officials had the following options: 1. Negotiate a better deal than originally proposed by CCF and legally enter into an agreement to construct and operate the new facility, since the city still had title to the properties. 2. Hold LHA to its lease with the city, which would have expired in 2026, and let another mayor and city council worry about it. This would have not prevented LHA from declaring bankruptcy. 3. Believe that the MetroHealth System would run Lakewood Hospital even though its CEO notified city officials -- not once, but twice -- that it was no longer interested in pursuing a prior proposal due to that organization's shift in focus to outpatient expansion. 4. Pursue an 11th-hour proposal that offered few specifics from a Nashville-based medical management business that highlighted they are simply a turnkey operation and have no presence in Northeast Ohio. 5. Become party to the $400 million taxpayer lawsuit filed by five residents, which would mean the city would be suing itself at the expense of all other residents with no guarantee that the result will be continued health and emergency care within the city. More on lawsuit: Lakewood spends more than $125,000 defending Lakewood Hospital lawsuit 6. Take back the hospital from LHA, and issue a request for proposals hoping any system other than CCF would respond, with no guarantee of continued health and emergency care within the city. By choosing Option 1, our elected officials realized the significant risk they would put the community in if they pursued any one of the other options. A vote FOR the referendum will uphold their tough decision. A vote against will not strengthen our great city. Jennifer Pae is director of finance for the city of Lakewood.
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Tom Izzo feels like he's 'in a cloud' as he enters Basketball Hall
‘You can’t really dream getting into the Hall,’ Izzo says.        
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47 songbirds fall from sky over Boston's Dorchester neighborhood
Health officials are trying to figure out what caused a large flock of birds to fall out of the sky.
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Homeless Massachusetts man gets jail for trespassing
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. (AP) - A homeless Massachusetts man whose criminal trespassing cases went all the way to the state's highest court has been sentenced to 30 days in jail. The Berkshire Eagle (http://bit.ly/2cqhwMj ) reports that a judge on Thursday let stand the monthlong sentence imposed on 70-year-old David ...
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Dozens of birds fall from sky; officials seek answers
The Animal Rescue League of Boston says residents reported birds falling from the sky and a sick cat       
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Harvard rounds up hungry goats to clear weeds at arboretum
BOSTON (AP) — Officials at Harvard University have gotten creative with their effort to clear space for new plants at its arboretum.
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Boston teams get a complex
New Balance’s real estate arm will start construction soon on its 295-unit apartment building and the Boston Celtics’ new practice facility in Brighton after publicly christening the Warrior Ice Arena — the Bruins’ new practice and training facility.All three projects are part of Boston Landing, NB Development Group’s 15-acre, mixed-use development that includes the athletic footwear and clothing brand’s new global headquarters.
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New school year brings familiar challenges
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Superintendent Tommy Chang welcomed nearly 57,000 Boston Public Schools students back to school for the start of a new year that will likely test leaders’ commitment to addressing racial disparities, see proposals for potential building closures and include negotiations for a new teacher union’s contract.“We are addressing some of the challenges we had last year and we really want to stay on top of those,” said Walsh, who spent yesterday visiting schools.
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U.S., Russia Talks Continue for Syria Cease-Fire Accord
Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov are pressing ahead with talks on a nationwide cease-fire agreement in Syria that would include closer military cooperation against terrorist groups.
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East Shore Expressway Bridge set for replacement project
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - The first of two crumbling overpasses being replaced as part of Gov. Gina Raimondo's RhodeWorks plan will be closed to traffic this weekend as the project begins. Rhode Island Department of Transportation officials say the East Shore Expressway Bridge in East Providence will be closed ...
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2 men shot just blocks away from each other in Providence
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Police are investigating after two unidentified men were shot just blocks away from each other in Providence. Lt. Roger Aspinall says officers were called to Fern Street just before 9 p.m. Thursday following reports of the first shooting in the neighborhood near Chalkstone Avenue. Around the ...
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Izzo joins rare company as Hall of Fame coach
Izzo is now one of six active Division I coaches who have been inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame        
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Marguerite Fielding, 84, 
resident of Wareham, 
Bristol County clerk
Marguerite E. (Chamberlain) Fielding of Wareham, a Bristol County clerk, died Monday at Morton Hospital. She was 84.She was born and educated in Taunton, where she lived most of her life.Mrs. Fielding was employed as a clerk for the Bristol County Registry of Deeds for more than 20 years.She was a former member of St. Paul’s Church Women’s Guild and sang in the choir.She enjoyed gardening, playing cards, preserving family photographs, walking, and baking and cooking wonderful meals for others.
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Reports: Taylor Swift, Tom Hiddleston split
"Hiddleswift" is no more.        
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PHOTOS: Quarry water used at state prison
Since Aug.19, minimum security inmates at the state prison for men have been drawing water from an old quarry on the prison property in response to a request from the city of Concord to limit tap water usage. Three to four times a week, the outside maintenance crew draws about 200 gallons at a time...
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Patriots’ Gronkowski a game-time decision for opener
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski caught reporters by surprise Thursday when he said after practice that he’s still week-to-week with a two-week-old hamstring injury.A source told Pro Football Talk that Gronkowski will be a game-time decision for Sunday night’s season opener against Ariz...
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PHOTOS: N.H. Aviation Museum returns KitFox airplane to McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
A KitFox experimental aircraft was returned to the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord on Thursday with a major upgrade. It was lent to the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire last fall with an exposed metal frame. The Discovery Center had been supplied the fabric covering but did not have th...
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Amid questions, Republican Winterton withdraws from Senate District 16 race
Donald Winteron, a Republican candidate for the District 16 Senate seat, has ended his campaign and withdrawn from the race.Secretary of State Bill Gardner said Thursday that because Winterton has not been domiciled in New Hampshire for at least the last seven years, he does not meet the qualificati...
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New Hampshire transgender coalition pushes for protections
A new coalition launched Wednesday with a goal of securing equal rights for New Hampshire’s transgender residents. Freedom New Hampshire is working with partners in local law enforcement, business, education, the American Civil Liberties Union, PFLAG-NH and Transgender New Hampshire to build grassro...
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MSU's Tom Izzo ready to enter Basketball Hall
‘You can’t really dream getting into the Hall,’ Izzo says        
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Weld defends running Johnson's `blank' on Aleppo: Anyone can forget a word
BOSTON — Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld is downplaying criticism of running mate Gary Johnson after Johnson was initially stumped on a question about Syria's civil war.During an interview Thursday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Johnson was asked what he would do about Aleppo. Johnson initially said "What is Aleppo?" then offered an answer when reminded it's Syria's largest city.
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Libertarian VP hopeful Weld : Anyone can forget a word
BOSTON — Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld is downplaying criticism of running mate Gary Johnson after Johnson was initially stumped on a question about Syria's civil war.During an interview Thursday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Johnson was asked what he would do about Aleppo. Johnson initially said "What is Aleppo?" then offered an answer when reminded it is Syria's largest city and has been engulfed by the country's ongoing civil war.Johnson later apologized in a statement, saying he was thinking of an acronym, not the Syrian city.
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Lowell police seek help in solving mystery of old painting
LOWELL, Mass. (AP) - Police in Lowell are seeking the public's help in solving a mystery involving a portrait of an unknown officer that was commissioned more than 50 years ago. The Boston Globe reports (http://bit.ly/2cF2weX ) the framed painting was found in the studio of a well-known photographer along ...
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O'Donnell retiring as head of Rhode Island State Police
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - The head of Rhode Island State Police is stepping down. Gov. Gina Raimondo said Thursday that Col. Steven O'Donnell will retire later this month. O'Donnell has been police superintendent for more than five years and has a decades-long career in law enforcement. He first joined the ...
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Scott pushes to scrap Vermont's health care exchange
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Lt. Gov. Phil Scott says he wants to abandon the Vermont Health Connect insurance exchange. Scott, a Republican running for governor, made the announcement Wednesday in Burlington. He says his health care proposals would play a part in making the state more affordable. Scott has been ...
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Ex-New England Mafia boss pleads not guilty in 1993 killing
BOSTON (AP) - The former New England Mafia boss Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme (sah-LEHM'-ee) has pleaded not guilty in the 1993 killing of a Boston nightclub owner. The Boston Globe reports (http://bit.ly/2cJf6Kd ) that the 83-year-old Salemme made the plea in U.S. District Court in Boston to an indictment charging ...
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In Senate contest, spending likely to top $100 million
WASHINGTON (AP) - New Hampshire's U.S. Senate contest between Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte and Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan is on track to cost nearly $100 million, shattering previous totals to become the most expensive race in state history. The bulk of the spending comes not from the candidates, but from ...
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Man rides bike from Seattle to Florida then Boston thanking police officers

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USA swelters through hottest summer nights in 121 years
3 states -- California, Rhode Island and Connecticut -- each had their hottest summer on record.       
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USA swelters through record warm summer nights
3 states -- California, Rhode Island and Connecticut -- each had their hottest summer on record.       
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USA's summer nights were record warm
3 states -- California, Rhode Island and Connecticut -- each had their hottest summer on record.       
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The top 3 races to watch in the Massachusetts state primary Thursday
It might be viewed as a warm-up vote ahead of the general election. But in Democrat-heavy Massachusetts, the state primary will likely be more determinant of who residents elect in November. Roughly 10 percent, if that, of the Bay State’s registered voters are expected to turn out for Thursday’s election (yes, it’s Thursday this year, not Tuesday, because of Labor […]
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10 things to do in Boston this weekend
BosTen is your weekly guide to events and cool happenings in and around Boston. Skip Netflix this weekend—here are 10 ways to get out of your home and not be bored in the city. If you’d like BosTen delivered to your inbox every Thursday, click here. Want more things to do? Check out our events […]
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City Hall Plaza to feature ice skating path, holiday shopping market
City Hall Plaza will soon abandon its sea of bricks and concrete for a wintery facelift. Plans to enhance the plaza for the winter season have been unveiled, the mayor’s office announced in a statement Wednesday. The improvements will include an ice skating path and a European-style holiday shopping market. The Boston Garden Development Corporation, […]
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Libertarian VP hopeful Bill Weld will speak to Emerson students
Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld is planning to speak to students at Emerson College in Boston as he and running mate Gary Johnson try to win the backing they need to secure a spot in upcoming televised debates
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Sen. Warren probes Aetna on Affordable Care Act pullout
BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and a handful of fellow Democratic senators are demanding Aetna explain its decision to abandon Affordable Care Act insurance exchanges next year in more than two-thirds of the counties where it now sells the coverage. The senators are sending a letter to Aetna ...
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‘What Is Aleppo?’ Gary Johnson Asks, in an Interview Stumble
On “Morning Joe,” Mr. Johnson, the Libertarian Party candidate, indicated that he really was not aware of the Syrian city engulfed in civil war.
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Gary Johnson: 'What is Aleppo?'
Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson bungled a question on Syria Thursday, seeking clarification on what Aleppo is. Asked on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" what he would do about Aleppo if elected, Mr. Johnson asked: "What is Aleppo?" It was explained that Aleppo, the city in Syria, is the epicenter of ...
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Letter: Cady for state representative
Cady for state repI’m writing to express my respect and gratitude to Harriet Cady for a lifetime of service in New Hampshire, especially in working to preserve and enhance our right to know what our government is doing. Harriet is running again for state representative. Her wealth of knowledge at th...
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Maryland has second best health care system in the country, analysis finds
Maryland has the second best health care system in the country, according to an analysis of 29 metrics by personal finance website WalletHub. The report compared factors such as health care costs, access to health care and outcomes among Washington, DC and the 50 states. Here were some of Maryland's...
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Police: Man posed as Uber driver, sexually assaulted woman
AMHERST, Mass. (AP) - University of Massachusetts police have charged a Holyoke man they say claimed to be a driver for the Uber ride-hailing service and then sexually assaulted a woman he picked up. Samuel Texidor was held without bail after pleading not guilty to indecent assault and battery this ...
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Quincy woman pleads not guilty in trooper crash
BOSTON (AP) - A Quincy woman police say was driving drunk when she rear-ended a state police cruiser, injuring the trooper inside, has pleaded not guilty. The Boston Herald (http://bit.ly/2cIe1Cn ) reports that 21-year-old Lily Reid was granted $1,500 bail at her arraignment Wednesday on charges of operating under the ...
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