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Wire Cables Tied Across Massachusetts Nature Trails

FOXBORO (CBS) – The Department of Conservation and Recreation and Massachusetts Environmental Police are warning riders and hikers that someone is stringing wire cables across state trails with the intent of causing serious harm. 169 more words

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Police Investigate Man Taking Photos Of Children In Wakefield

WAKEFIELD (CBS) – A man taking pictures of children in Wakefield is making people nervous and uncomfortable.

There have been at least four reports in the past ten days, but police say the 60-year-old man has not committed a crime. 239 more words

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911 Calls From Witnesses, Victims Of Taunton Rampage Released

TAUNTON (CBS) — Police released the chilling 911 calls Thursday from last week’s stabbing rampage that left two dead in Taunton.

The first calls were made after 28-year-old… 386 more words

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Victim Of Taunton Rampage Remembered As 'Angel On Earth' At Funeral

TAUNTON (CBS) – “Our mother was an angel on earth,” said Fred Slavin, the son of Patricia Slavin, who was killed a week ago during a… 167 more words

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Teen Faces Possible Hate Crime Charges After Winthrop School Vandalism

BOSTON (CBS) – A-19 year-old man has been arrested in connection with massive vandalism at Winthrop High School, which included swastikas drawn inside a classroom. 196 more words

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Pregnant Waitress Stabbed In Taunton Rampage In Serious Condition

TAUNTON (CBS) — The pregnant woman who one man died trying to save during a violent stabbing rampage at a Taunton mall Tuesday night is in serious condition and her baby is OK, her sister told WBZ-TV Wednesday. 291 more words

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Middleboro Residents Say Smell From Recycling Center Is Making Them Sick

MIDDLEBORO (CBS) – People in Middleboro say a nearby recycling center smells so bad they’re getting sick in their own yards.

So many people complained about the stench from A-Plus Waste and Recycling the state actually pulled one of the center’s key permits a few months ago. 207 more words

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