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Non-Profit School Lets Students Earn College Credit, Gain Job Skills

BOSTON (CBS) – Tuition fees and the debt that often come with earning a degree can make college feel out of reach for many students. Vocational high schools are a popular alternative, but how can students create the bridge between trade school and a well-paying job? 335 more words

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Christmas Trees Sprayed With Chemicals Could Be Dangerous To Pets

BOLTON (CBS) – Elizabeth Abbot will never feel quite the same about buying a live Christmas tree.

Her pet goats love to nibble on pine, so as a treat her husband bought two Christmas trees to put in their pen last year. 436 more words

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Church Group Makes Dresses For African Refugees

FRAMINGHAM (CBS) – They’re sewing to help others. A group of women from a Framingham church are making dresses that will make a difference for African refugees. 346 more words

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Weston Mother Warns Of Shower Danger

WESTON (CBS) – Abby Wilk was in the living room with her toddler when she heard her husband yell for help from the bathroom. She was stunned by what she saw. 339 more words

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9-Year-Old Makes Big Impact On Assumption Soccer Team

WORCESTER (CBS) – After a lengthy recruiting pitch, the Assumption College soccer team has its next star. He’s a 9-year-old from Clinton and he’s already made a huge impact on his team. 274 more words

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To Stay On 'Nice' List, Fitchburg Business Cleans Santa's Suit For Free

FITCHBURG (CBS) – Every holiday season, kids line up to see Santa, sit on his knee, and let him know what they’d like for Christmas. But children can be messy, and it’s tough for Santa to keep his suit clean. 357 more words

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Middleboro Cheerleader Inspires Fellow Students

MIDDLEBORO (CBS) – A Middleboro High School cheerleader is inspiring his fellow students and everyone he meets.

Evan Adelman has Down syndrome, but it’s not holding him back. 308 more words

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