Well, SOME of you may be ready for December. You know who you are. You’ve had your lights up for weeks.
A high-ranking Mashpee Wampanoag official has apologized for remarks she made earlier this week at a public hearing on the tribe’s federal land application and proposed Taunton casino.
News on the World Cup, a huge ice storm and Time’s Person of the Year poll.
The Dedham Board of Health has raised the minimum tobacco purchasing age from 18 to 21 in hopes to keep cigarettes away from teens.
News on Jameis Winston, North Korea and the new Mustang.
A giant menorah is in Dedham Square for the first time, ever.
A policy change that went into effect yesterday will allow members of Congress to use holiday greetings in official mail to constituents. The policy banning the use of “merry Christmas,” “happy Hanukkah” and the like was in force because communications are supposed to be “business only.” The change will allow Congress members to include their holiday greeting of choice now as well.
Police arrested a Dedham couple on numerous drug charges after they allegedly sold cocaine and prescription drugs to an undercover officer, Dedham police said.
News on a big hacking scheme, Paul Walker, and France and Bob Dylan.