Top Boston news: Protests ensue, as Melania Trump visits; call for recount in Council race; more

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Melania Trump visits Boston Medical Center infant program; dozens protest outside

Melania Trump visited Boston Medical Center Wednesday to see a cuddling program that aims to help infants born dependent on drugs or alcohol.

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Boston celebrates grand opening of Hub on Causeway

It was quite a party in Boston as the ribbon was cut on the Hub on Causeway.

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A 10-vote margin separated two Boston at-large City Council candidates. Now, there’s a call for a recount.

Julia Mejia garnered 22,464 votes to Alejandra St. Guillen's 22,454, unofficial results show.

Read the full story on Boston Globe.

Boston man jumps onto hood of his moving car in heroic attempt to stop carjacking

In a classic fight or flight situation, a Boston man chose both on Monday night.

Read the full story on New York Daily News.

Assembly Row lab space latest in ongoing development trend in the Boston area

Developers hope to take advantage of the regional life sciences boom with a project in the Somerville enclave. Construction could start in 2021, and would fill a vacant lot near I-93 and the Orange Line.

Read the full story on Curbed Boston.

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