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Tsarnaev Friend in Gun Charge Was Arrested for Dealing Pot

After Stephen Silva was arrested in November for alledgedly dealing marijuana in Dorchester, he reportedly told police: “I smoke a lot of weed every day because my best friend was the bomber.” Feds: Man Who Gave Boston Marathon Bombing Suspects Gun That Killed MIT Officer Arrested

Unlicensed Workers Found at Arlington Massage Parlors

Police and health officials have found “troubling violations” at three Arlington massage and bodyworks businesses. Arlington Dad Charged with Threatening Principal Mass. Hospital Workers’ Flu Vaccination Rates Fall Below Target

Two N.H. Cops Fired Over Police Brutality Charge

Two Seabrook, N.H., police officers have been fired and another has been suspended without pay after a video of them allegedly beating a man in custody surfaced on YouTube. Video Showing Possible Police Brutality Triggers Investigation in New Hampshire Officer in Fatal NY Arrest Stripped of Gun, Badge

Provincetown’s ‘Lady of the Dunes’ Remains a Mystery

In 1974, a woman’s remains were found on a Provincetown beach. Her hands were amputated and she was nearly decapitated. 40 years later, police still do not know who she is. Rescue Crews Recover Body of Missing Diver in Marblehead Body Washes Ashore on Revere Beach 12 Bodies Found in Weymouth Storage Facility

Relatives Fly to Taiwan Plane Crash Site, 48 Dead

Family members of victims of a plane crash were flying to the small Taiwanese island on Thursday where the plane had unsuccessfully attempted to land in stormy weather, killing 48. There were 10 survivors, and authorities were searching for one person who might have been in a wrecked house on the ground. Images from the TransAsia Plane Crash in Taiwan

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