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3 councilors propose diverting certain 911 calls from police
Three members of the Boston City Council have joined together in support of a proposal to divert certain emergency calls away from the city's police department.
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Despite heat, thunderstorms, dozens turn out to protest at Franklin Park
Thunderstorms and nearly 90-degree weather didn't stop dozens of people from protesting at Franklin Park on Sunday. The group's acronym, ANSWER, stands for Act Now to Stop War and End Racism.
Read the full story on Boston 25 News.
Police seize ‘large quantity’ of fireworks from van in Dorchester
When police arrived in the area of Dacia and Dover streets Friday night, they saw “several fireworks” going off, according to a news release.
Read the full story on Boston Globe.
Boston woman injured while hiking in Waterville Valley
Caroline Stone, 26, of Boston injured her lower leg while hiking on the Mount Tecumseh trail Saturday around 2:30 p.m., the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department said Sunday.
Read the full story on www.unionleader.com.
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