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State troopers saved this wayward goose. Now you can adopt him.

Anyone in the market for a new friend? → Read More

New Hampshire firefighters rescue deer that fell through ice

After a deer fell through some thin ice in Berlin, New Hampshire, firefighters came to the rescue. A Facebook post from the department showed the first responders helping the deer out of the Androscoggin River early Wednesday morning and then standing behind a lifeboat as the creature lay in it, recovering. The deer walked off uninjured after the incident, the post said. → Read More

Video: Street performer Snap Boogie shows off flips in T car

Some commuters weren't thrilled by the idea of performances moving aboard trains. → Read More

A Maine man posted a singles ad for his lonely duck. It worked.

So far, Yellow Duck and Mr. Graham seem happy. → Read More

Wilmington police issue community alert after spate of break-ins

The Wilmington Police Department issued a community alert Wednesday after a spate of break-ins in the area of Lowell Street, which is also Route 129, near Lucci’s Supermarket. Police did not indicate how many houses have been burglarized, but are asking locals to be vigilant. NBC10 Boston reported the burglaries have been happening in the middle of the day and the thief or thieves have been… → Read More

Norton Middle School cancels concert after staff finds bullets stored in lockers

Officials did not find any weapons in the school, only ammunition. → Read More

Dewey, a Massachusetts State Police horse, has died following a battle with colic

"Dewey gallops still, now in the greenest of pastures, watching over his friends, equine and human, as they go about their duty." → Read More

Police searching for suspect accused of randomly punching man in the face at Alewife Station

Have you seen this man? → Read More

Men arrested for allegedly running fentanyl operation out of elderly housing complex

They've been accused of packing and selling drugs out of a complex run by the Methuen Housing Authority. → Read More

Topsfield 72-year-old dies after being pinned between car, garage wall

Officials believe the woman might have put her car in reverse instead of park. → Read More

Cohasset Police searching for rightful owner of ’substantial’ amount of cash found Sunday

Missing something? → Read More

Police arrest two young men after alleged armed robbery near Faneuil Hall

The suspects, aged 18 and 19, are alleged to have forced a man to remove money from an ATM. → Read More

Man accused of shooting Dunkin’ employee in Randolph turns himself in

Traequon Duncan, 23, surrendered at Quincy District Court on Thursday. → Read More

20-year-old woman shot in Hudson has died, officials say

The woman was shot in her car Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Woman shot in car in Hudson

The woman was taken to a hospital. Information on her condition has not been released. → Read More

Man, 22, charged with indecently assaulting girl in Winter Street Concourse

The girl was in the pedestrian tunnel between Downtown Crossing and Park Street around 4 p.m. Tuesday. → Read More

Police arrest possible ‘Red-Handed Bandit,’ Malden’s suspected serial robber

He's only been charged for one robbery so far, but police are investigating whether he was involved in 13 more. → Read More

Listed: Bright-blue Cambridge home with lofts, ladders, and decks

With its striking exterior, storefront-style entrance, and series of ladders, this home cuts an interesting figure in Cambridge. | realestate.boston.com → Read More

Boston 26-year-old arrested for October murder

James Nelson, 26, is accused of shooting Hamsa Warsame around 4 a.m. on Oct. 26 on Westminster Avenue in Roxbury. → Read More

Police: Pepperell EMT imposter is not a threat

“We are confident that there is no danger to the community.” → Read More