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The Federal Drug Administration has issued a strong warning to consumers about energy drinks.
Nearby towns reported up to 5.6 inches of snow in the storm, according to the National Weather Service.
Schools, Holiday Guide
State ethics law prevents public school teachers from accepting gifts valued at $50 or more, and they have to disclose, in writing, any gifts received. Is this affecting your gift-giving?
Can we learn to love the $1 coin, if it will save billions?
Over 4,500 customers of National Grid in Marlborough were without power.
The holiday we celebrate as Labor Day began as a recognition of the American worker, and was begun with campaigns by labor unions.
Government, Opinion, Business
The state's Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission is taking comments from people and businesses about whether "Happy Hour" should be reintroduced. Some businesses feel proposed gaming establishments will otherwise have an unfair advantage.
Back to School
Do you remember your favorite lunch box? Today's kids have as many options as ever but nothing will take the place of the Partridge Family or Scooby-Doo.
Hannaford Supermarkets across New England are recalling the 85 percent lean ground beef packages, produced by Cargill Beef, for possible salmonella contamination.
The U.S. Supreme Court this week decided to overturn a law that criminalized lying about military decorations, saying it's protected as free speech. Do you agree?
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