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Brother of Boston Marathon Bombing Victim Completes Boston Marathon: 'You've Got to Keep Fighting'
Henry Richard finished the race in memory of his brother Martin, a victim of the 2013 act of terror that killed three people and injured more than 250 others
Construction Worker Dies After Crane Falls 9 Stories Through Boston Parking Garage, Mass. Officials Say
Crews told WCVB that a crane had collapsed on top of the Government Center building garage, which was being demolished at the time of the incident
Boston Bouncer Accused of Fatally Stabbing U.S. Marine Vet Who Was Turned Away from Bar
Daniel Martinez, 23, was celebrating St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Boston with friends when he was stabbed to death near a popular downtown bar, say police
Michelle Wu Sworn in as Boston's First Asian-American Mayor: 'Let's Get to Work'
Wu is also the first woman, first person of color and first mom elected to lead the city
'One Lucky Dog' Rescued from Storm Drain at Boston Park After Spending 2 ½ Hours Stuck Inside
Hubert, a 4-year-old foxhound rescue dog was in "great shape" and "happy to be out" upon being rescued
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland Honors Indigenous Peoples (and Bests Her Personal Goal) at Boston Marathon
The country's first Native American cabinet secretary raced in Boston to acknowledge the accomplishments of those who ran before her as well as the importance of running in preserving a cultural history
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Former Boston Ballerina Dusty Button & Husband Accused of Sexually Assaulting Young Dance Students 
Dusty Button was named in an amended complaint filed last week in Nevada
Jessica Simpson and Family Enjoy a Night Out for Pizza in the North End in Boston
Simpson and her husband Eric Johnson headed to Regina's Pizzeria last Thursday evening
Boston Public Schools to Offer Students Free Menstrual Supplies: It's 'About Equity'

The products will available in all city public schools that teach grades 6-12 in the fall