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I-Team's Call 4 Action Helps Woman Hit With Extra Charges For Electronic Tolling

BOSTON (CBS) – Ever since Massachusetts switched over to all electronic tolling, officials at MassDOT have been telling drivers E-ZPass transponders are the easiest and the cheapest way to pay tolls. 247 more words

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Eye On Education: Boston Schools Use Legos To Teach Engineering

BOSTON (CBS) – Legos are a standard toy for most preschool children and for 30 years, Lego Education has been using the colorful bricks to teach. 423 more words

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76-Year-Old South Boston Woman Fined $200 For Not Shoveling Sidewalk

BOSTON (CBS) – Fighting city hall over a ticket, but it has nothing to do with a car. The ticket is for not clearing snow from the sidewalk, and in this case it carries a $200 price tag. 407 more words

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I-Team’s Call 4 Action Helps Fix Health Insurance Mistake

PEABODY (CBS) — As a self-employed realtor, Mitchell Rosenwald has flexibility in his schedule to take care of his kids and his dog. But he doesn’t have employer-sponsored health care, so he signed up for a plan through the Massachusetts Health Connector. 275 more words

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Sturbridge Student Grateful After Defibrillator Used To Save Her Life

STURBRIDGE (CBS) – On this Valentine’s Day, a Sturbridge student shared the story about her heart, which stopped two years ago when she went into cardiac arrest. 381 more words

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Eye On Education: Grant Helps Restore Brockton Planetarium To Original Majesty

BROCKTON (CBS) — At the height of the space race, Brockton High School built a symbol of that era into their new building – a planetarium.  277 more words

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I-Team’s Call 4 Action Helps North Andover Woman Replace Camera Lost By Samsung

NORTH ANDOVER (CBS) — Jean Torrisi loves taking photos on vacation and of her family. So when the lens on her Samsung camera broke, she immediately sent it away for repairs. 241 more words

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