MILTON (CBS) — A pedestal is all that’s left in a Milton cemetery, and police are trying to find out who vandalized a Holocaust memorial there. 255 more words
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BOSTON (CBS) — City officials announced a one-year partnership with the World Economic Forum Wednesday to bring self-driving cars to Boston.
The idea is thrilling and terrifying all at the same time, but the future is coming, and the city is getting ready. 358 more words
CONCORD (CBS) — A 92-year-old Korean War hero and Medal of Honor recipient got a birthday surprise from the U.S. Navy Wednesday.
Fifty Navy Chief Petty Officers arrived in Concord around noon Wednesday after travelling from the USS Constitution in Charlestown. 352 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – It’s a lost dog story that will make you believe in the kindness of strangers. A spaniel named Teddy took off from his Harwich family while they were all on vacation in Florida. 344 more words
BOSTON (CBS) — The Republican National Convention is in the books–and before moving on to the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, WBZ political analyst Jon Keller sat down with WBZ-TV reporter Paula Ebben to talk about what happened at the GOP’s big week in Cleveland. 373 more words