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Police & Fire
Dr. David Miller said he was "cautiously optimistic" about Winchester native and MBTA Officer Richard Donohue Jr.'s recovery after he was wounded during a shoot-out with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects early Friday morning.
With the majority of work done at the Oak Grove “Pedal & Park” site, the bike cage is expected to open this spring, according to a MBTA spokeswoman.
Check out some of the stories making headlines in the Stoneham region this week.
A man was stabbed early Monday morning in Malden, according to Melrose Police.
National Dog Day is Aug. 26. What will you do to celebrate man's best friend?
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Faces charges related to malicious destruction of property and assault and battery.
Opinion, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Readers' Choice
A roundup of favorite St. Paddy's Day spots in the Greater Boston area.
Opinion, Police & Fire, Business, The Neighborhood Files
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled a Bay State party's hosts were not liable for underage "bring your own booze" (BYOB) drinking at their home. Should hosts be held civilly responsible when their guests make mistakes?
Yuri Mikalixen, 23, attacked a Stoneham High School student in the Fells.
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