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State health officials want to put restrictions on school bake sales to discourage unhealthy eating habits, but will this hurt fundraising efforts?
A recent poll by Public Policy Polling shows that 43 percent of Massachusetts residents are in favor of physician-assisted suicide, while 37 percent said they are opposed to it.
The Framingham/Worcester line is reporting that 94.7 percent of trains were on-time in February, but is this enough?
A Massachusetts family will face a judge next week to ask to remove "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance.
Opinion, Valentine's Day Guide
Many schools are banning Valentines candies in schools to encourage kids to eat healthier
The American Lung Association says Massachusetts isn't doing enough to offer counseling for residents looking to stop smoking.
Check back as we update you with coverage throughout the storm.
Revisit your younger days when you hopped in the car, started the engine and drove off in search of something fun. The Sunday Patch Passport maps out where you can go on a short drive from your home. You won’t want to miss these unique stops on our trip.
MetroWest Ballet performs 'Madeline and the Gypsies' May 15 at 2. at Lincoln-Sudbury High School.
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