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Goats Love To Eat Your Old Christmas Trees
As you take down your Christmas trees, some farms are asking you to donate them so that their goats can chow down.
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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Reflects On 2018
With the year drawing to a close, WBZ NewsRadio1030 asked Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to reflect on accomplishments of his administration in 2018, and what priorities are for next year. He says addressing homelessness, and housing is at the top of the list.
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Demo Crews Recover Old Church Bell In Wakefield
Demolition crews uncovered an old church bell while clearing a mountain of debris which was the First Baptist Church of Wakefield, destroyed by fire a couple months ago.
Booking photos for Boston Police Officer Korey Franklin. (Kim Tunnicliffe/Twitter)
Off-Duty BPD Cop Arrested For Shooting Wife, Misleading Investigation
A Boston Police Officer was arrested for allegedly shooting his wife and misleading a police investigation on Christmas Eve.
Tough Christmas For Locked-Out Nat Grid Workers
Union steelworker Todd Hill told WBZ NewsRadio's Karyn Regal that, with the government shutdown, his family just lost their second source of income.
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