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Tsarnaev Sister Arrested for Alleged Bomb Threat

Jersey City resident Aliana Tsarnaev, 23, sister of alleged boston marathon bombers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, allegedly told a woman in Harlem that she knew people who could “put a bomb on [her].”

Boston Enlists Up to 50 Housing Inspectors in Fight Against Allston Christmas

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is enlisting 50 housing and trash inspectors to canvas student neighborhoods this weekend in an attempt to ease the issues that come with “Allston Christmas.” Allston Break-Up Letter: It’s Not You, It’s Me. (Also Kind of You) It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like #AllstonChristmas Santa Is On His Way to Allston, Were You Naughty or Nice?

MBTA Janitors’ Jobs Are Safe—For Now

One third of the MBTA’s janitorial staff will not be losing their jobs on Labor Day after all. MBTA Urged to Reconsider Scheduled Cuts to Station Janitors Board Approves 5% MBTA Fare Hike

Boston Journalist ‘Overwhelmed’ By Effort to Bring Him Home from Captivity in Syria

Journalist Peter Theo Curtis landed at Logan Airport on Tuesday and returned to his mother’s home in Cambridge after spending two years in captivity in Syria. 8/24/14: Kidnapped Journalist from Boston Freed in Syria

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