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Animal Rescue League of Boston takes in 3 dogs from alleged dog fighting operation

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...The ARL's Dedham Animal Care and Adoption Center received the three pooches from the Humane Society of the United States, a national organization... ...Birch, Frida and Sadiri are adorable, little warriors.... ...Birch, Frida and Sadiri all have very sweet and affectionate personalities, DeFina told the Herald on Saturday.... ...Federal authorities seized Birch, Frida and Sadiri along with 272 others in late September 2022 from multiple properties in the Columbia, S.C., area...

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Greater Boston frozen over in arctic temperatures not experienced since 1957

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...Hundreds of people who needed a space to stay safe and warm flocked to Pine Street Inn.... ...region tacked on weather records and dealt with minor fires, power outages and plenty of burst pipes.... ...when it last hit -10, according to the National Weather Service.... ...Trevisan, Pine Street's vice president for marketing and communications....

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Stephen Schaefer's HOLLYWOOD & MINE

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...Authoritative doesn't begin to describe the comprehensive Hollywood history Bruce Davis unfolds in "The Academy and the Award" (Brandeis University... ...Not the usual breezy picture book, this is a meticulously researched and eye-opening account by a veteran member of The Academy of Motion Picture... ...As Davis notes, it was in 1944 that producer Walter Wanger initiated that the Academy recognize excellence in filmmaking outside the United States... ...A few years later as AMPAS began in earnest to consider honoring foreign language films the American Motion Picture Assn of America (MPAA) "howled...

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Woburn teachers must pay city $250,000 for strike, mayor says

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...Woburn Mayor Scott Galvin directed the teachers union to pay $250,000 to the city as reimbursement for their week-long strike, which both sides described... ..."The important part is the city had costs for the strike, and those costs were in the area of $250,000," Galvin told the Herald Saturday.... ...Boys and Girls Club and YMCA, and $1,000 to each elementary and middle school parent-teacher organization and the Woburn Memorial High School Scholarship... ..."The mayor is basically holding us hostage with $250,000," said Eric Scarborough, a social studies teacher and secretary for the Woburn Teachers ...

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Schoen: Party infighting adds to Biden's border crisis woes

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...This renewed Democratic infighting over the border ultimately leaves President Biden and Democrats in toss-up House and Senate seats vulnerable to... ...Divisions within the Democratic Party are deepening over the critically important issue of immigration, adding to the political and practical challenges... ...Eleanor Acer, director of the refugee program at Human Rights First described the new policy as a "humanitarian disgrace.".... ...At the same time, it expands humanitarian "parole" for citizens of Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Haiti by opening 30,000 monthly spots for citizens...

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Route to Super Bowl dangerous for Mexico's avocado haulers

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...It starts in villages like Santa Ana Zirosto, high in the misty, pine-clad mountains of the western Mexico state of Michoacan.... ...It is a long and sometimes dangerous journey for truckers transporting the avocados destined for guacamole on tables and tailgates in the United ... ...Truck driver Jesús Quintero starts early in the morning, gathering crates of avocados picked the day before in orchards around Santa Ana, before... ...State police officer Jorge González said the convoys escort about 40 trucks a day, ensuring that around 300 tons of avocados reach the packing plants...

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Leaked document: City has authority to remove homeless

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...LOWELL -- In a draft document leaked to The Sun, the City of Lowell Homeless Encampment Health and Safety Protocol gives the City of Lowell authority... ...The document was sent to 30-plus service providers by Director of Homelessness Initiatives Maura Fitzpatrick, in an email with a subject line of... ...The Centralville encampment has been home to Robert Wayland, an unhoused resident of Lowell, who addressed the City Council in December, when the... ...At the Dec. 13 city council meeting, City Manager Tom Golden said that the main goal was to get "roofs over people's heads, food, safety and security...

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Shawsheen hands Essex Tech its first loss in CAC boys hockey action

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...MIDDLETON -- Freshman Justin Thibert of Wilmington scored two first-period goals and the defense of the Shawsheen Tech boys hockey team came up big... ...for the second straight game as the Rams defeated previously-undefeated Essex Tech on Saturday, 3-1.... ...The quartet of Higson, junior Brody Amenkowicz of Billerica, senior Nick Calouro of Tewksbury and Kevin Ackerley of Wilmington stayed on the ice... ...The Rams made the lead stand up behind junior goalie Mike Cedrone of Billerica, who made a terrific save on Essex junior Logan Casey of Beverly during...

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Howie Carr: How to get the Democrat hacks to fund Massachusetts bridges

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...Army Corps of Engineers is estimating as the required amount to get things rolling.... ...Why won't the feds fork over the $2 billion that Massachusetts needs to start building two new bridges to replace the ancient spans over the Cape... ...Rename the Sagamore "the Zeituni," and call the new Bourne Bridge "the Uncle Omar.".... ...Al Sharpton will fly up for the ribbon cutting....

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Why a new Alzheimer's drug is having a slow US debut

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...Food and Drug Administration approved Leqembi, from Japanese drugmaker Eisai, in early January.... ...The first drug to show that it slows Alzheimer's is on sale, but treatment for most patients is still several months away.... ...Eisai spokeswoman Libby Holman said prescriptions for the drug have been written, and they expect patients to start receiving it "very soon.".... ...Patients who can afford that without insurance will be able to start the treatment if they are deemed a candidate for Leqembi and they find a doctor...



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