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November 15, 2018

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HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: BABC/Slades Holiday Classic schedule

    The BABC/Slades Holiday Classic returns for another year. Borth sessions will be held at Cathedral High School and feature Div. 4 state champion Pope John, Div. 1 North champion Everett and Div. 3 South titlist Burke along with perennial power Cambridge. SESSION 1 DECEMBER 2711 a.m. – Pope John vs Belmont12:20 p.m. – Everett vs

New details highlight Lion Air jet's problems before crash

JAKARTA, Indonesia — New details about the crashed Lion Air jet’s previous flight cast more doubt on the Indonesian airline’s claim to have fixed technical problems, as hundreds of personnel searched the sea for a fifth day Friday for victims and the plane’s fuselage. The brand new Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane plunged into the

11th annual Garrett Reagan Summit matchups

New England Sports Center in Marlboro once again will play host to the annual Garrett Reagan Summit. This year’s 11th edition will take place Sunday, Dec. 2, featuring a record 70 boys and girls hockey teams from across Massachusetts. Last year’s event had the previous high of 68 teams playing spread across NESC’s eight rinks,

Moon of Hearts for All Saints' Day by Holiday Mathis

Because people move and change, relationships will come and go. The mature view is to take comfort in the fact that if we’re living right, at some point, we will all become fond memories. This All Saints’ Day under the moon of the heart will focus our love especially on the maternal ancestral line due

Whitey Bulger’s rap sheet spans many decades

James “Whitey” Bulger’s criminal activity spans decades, leading up to his arrest in 2011 after 16 years on the run. Here are some key dates: 1948 — James Bulger Jr. is arrested in South Boston on a criminal assault charge. January 1956 — FBI names 26-year-old James Bulger Jr. as an alleged participant in a

Just as he died, Whitey Bulger lived life of violence and cruelty

James Joseph Bulger Jr. was born Sept. 3, 1929, the eldest son of impoverished immigrants making due in a hardscrabble South Boston housing development. Bulger, nicknamed “Whitey” in boyhood for his platinum-colored hair, died a convicted serial killer yesterday, hours after arriving at a maximum-security federal prison in West Virginia. Source: Boston Herald

Mercury Goes 'Boo' by Holiday Mathis

Mercury does a jump-scare into Sagittarius, a realm that the fast messenger is not very comfortable in, making communication appropriately jittery for this day of tricks and treats. During this transit, expect to be awake to the ways in which people communicate differently. Learning another person’s “language” will make familiar what was once scary. ARIES

Colorado lawsuit could ripple through US cannabis industry

DENVER — A federal trial in Colorado could have far-reaching effects on the United States’ budding marijuana industry if a jury sides with a couple who say having a cannabis business as a neighbor hurts their property’s value. The trial set to begin Monday in Denver is the first time a jury will consider a

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