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Framingham man held without bail after rape charge, second suspect sought

FRAMINGHAM — A Framingham man and his friend broke into a woman’s residence this weekend and took turns raping her as she yelled for them to stop, a prosecutor said Monday in Framingham District Court.

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Massachusetts State Police Arrest Drug Suspect, Seize Suspected Carfentanil and Fentanyl

Troopers from the the Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit and Brockton Police detectives on Friday evening arrested a Brockton man and seized various types of narcotics, including several baggies containing suspected carfentanil and a large amount of fentanyl.

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Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Warns of Jury Duty Scam

FRAMINGHAM _ The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to be alert for a new round of jury duty scam calls. As part of the scam, callers are posing as members of the Sheriff’s Office and are telling residents they need to resolve matters related to missed court matters and jury duty.

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Framingham Marijuana Cultivator Gets Green Light

FRAMINGHAM, MA — A marijuana cultivator recently became the third marijuana-related business to get the green light from Framingham officials to move forward in the approval process. The city's Marijuana Advisory Team signed off on CareGiver-Patient Connection's plan to build a growing facility at 6

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Man Killed In 3-Car Crash In Dedham

DEDHAM (CBS) — A man was killed in a car crash on Washington Street and Route 1 in Dedham Monday. Three cars were involved, according to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office.

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Cannabis Control Commission still investigating vials found behind Framingham’s MCR Labs

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — More than two months after receiving a complaint from the city, the Cannabis Control Commission has yet to finish its investigation into whether a local marijuana testing laboratory violated state regulations, theMetroWest Daily News reported.

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Southbridge man dies after head-on crash in Dudley

DUDLEY - A 22-year-old Southbridge man died from injuries sustained in a head-on collision on Route 131 Sunday, according to police. Quinn A. Paul, passed away at UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus in Worcester Sunday, according to police. He was rushed to the hospital by LifeFlight h

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Quincy police searching for man who stole woman’s sneakers, purse

QUINCY, Mass. — Police are searching for a man who they said stole a woman’s purse, jacket and sneakers during a robbery Monday morning at Russell Park,The Patriot Ledger reported.

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State Trooper Convicted of Rape Faces Sentencing

A suspended Massachusetts State Police trooper convicted of raping his former girlfriend faces sentencing. The Middlesex district attorney says Robert Sundberg is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in Lowell Superior Court.

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City Hall Notebook: Officials want state backing of a Burncoat High upgrade

Nick Kotsopoulos Telegram & Gazette Staff @NCKotsopoulos — City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. is seeking authorization from the City Council to resubmit a statement of interest to the Massachusetts School Building Authority for Burncoat High School.

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1-year-old boy playing in front yard mauled to death by neighbor's Rottweilers

FRESNO, Calif. — A 1-year-old boy who wandered out of his grandparents’ house in Fresno was fatally mauled in their front yard by two roaming dogs. Lt. Mark Hudson said other children in the house alerted the boy’s grandmother to the attack on Friday. He said she ran outside and tried to get the Rot

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Father of Sandy Hook victim dies in apparent suicide at town hall, police say

NEWTOWN, Conn. — The father of one of the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting died in an apparent suicide Monday at Newtown town hall, police said. Police were called to 45 Main St. to investigate the report of a suicide.

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5 Things You Need To Know Today in Framingham: Monday, March 25

1 Framingham at-large City Councilor Cheryl Tully Stoll announced yesterday she will not seek re-election to the Framingham City Council. SOURCE was the first media outlet to publish the news.

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Boston's First Recreational Marijuana Shop Opens With No Trouble

BROOKLINE, MA — Despite concern that the corner of Washington and Route 9 would be mangled with traffic for the opening weekend at Greater Boston's first retail marijuana shop, the intersection flowed freely.

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Driver Apprehended After Pedestrian Suffers Serious Injuries in Crash in Milford

A pedestrian has serious injuries after a crash in Milford early Monday morning and the driver of the vehicle involved has been apprehended. Police said a vehicle hit a pedestrian on Naugatuck Avenue just before 2 a.m. and left the scene.

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Seal Pups Arrive on Shore

BOSTON – Officials with the New England Aquarium are reminding beach combers to not approach newly weaned seal pubs as they rest on shore, saying it is stressful for the animals. In a statement, the Aquarium described the situation over the weekend and offered tips on what to do if you encounter a s

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Milford Hosts Final Long Range School Building Forum

MILFORD, MA— The last school building forum will be held at Milford High School Monday night for residents to get a word in about the district's school buildings. The forum will start at 7 p.m. and be held int he Teacher Resource Center of the high school. Two previous forums were held by school lea

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12 people headed to federal court in college admissions scandal

BOSTON — Several suspects will face a judge Monday in the nationwide college admissions cheating scandal. Twelve suspects go before a judge here in Federal Court in Boston. The group includes coaches, high school educators and college administrators who allegedly took part in the scheme.

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Federal jury finds Manchester man guilty of drug, prostitution-related crimes

CONCORD -- A Manchester man who used heroin to keep female drug users ensnared in prostitution was found guilty of multiple federal crimes following a three-day trial in U.S. District Court last week, federal prosecutors said.

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Police investigating multi-vehicle crash at Dedham rotary

DEDHAM, Mass. - Officials are currently investigating a multi-vehicle crash in Dedham. The crash, which happened Monday morning on Washington Street near the rotary at Providence Highway, has impacted traffic significantly.

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