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N.H. Motorcyclist Arrested After Allegedly Going 127 MPH on I-93

David J. Fries, of Manchester, N.H., who had crack cocaine, a hypodermic needle, and a smoking pipe on him, told police he reached speeds of 185 miles per hour before being arrested, officials said. Father, Daughter Killed in Car-Motorcycle Crash Massachusetts Teen Killed in Motorcycle Crash Two Killed in Norwell Motorcycle Crash

Lantigua Still Under Investigation, Still Running for Office

The former mayor of Lawrence, whose career in public service has been marred by allegations of corruption, continued his political comeback this week with some good and bad news for his campaign. William Lantigua Plots Another Political Run Ex-aide to Lantigua Convicted of State Corruption Charges Controversy Surrounding Lantigua

Heat, Humidity to Make a September Appearance

A cool comfortable morning means it was another fantastic night of sleeping weather. But this is the last of these types of starts to the day for a while, writes meteorologist David Epstein. Images From Hurricane Katrina, 9 Years Later What Weather Warning Should We Add to the Old Hancock Building?

It Wasn’t Just About ‘Artie T.’

To say Market Basket employees’ actions were about compensation, or that they were about their adulation for Arthur T. Demoulas, misses a further point: They also protested for the company they loved and helped to build. Arthur T.: ‘Let’s Move Forward Doing What We Love to Do’ He’s Baaaaaack: Arthur T. to Buy Market Basket Supporters Rejoice Online Photos: Arthur T. Is Back in Charge Timeline: Summer of Market Basket More Market Basket Coverage

Letters Written by JFK, RFK to Be Auctioned

Two collections of World War II era letters written by John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy are being made public for the first time and are set to be auctioned. Mass. Senator Ted Kennedy Died Five Years Ago

Tsarnaev’s Attorneys Want to Push His Trial to September 2015

Lawyers for the accused Boston Marathon bomber are asking a federal judge for a 10-month delay to the start of his trial, now scheduled to begin this November.

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