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.
A Norfolk Grand Jury indicted two Boston men on Wednesday after they allegedly shot a 32-year-old Dedham woman on the Dedham/West Roxbury line, according to a press release from the Norfolk County District Attorney’s office.
The Dedham Fire Department has five new members fresh out of the academy. We interviewed them, and we will run weekly Q&As with each firefighter.
Despite fare hikes and a financial bailout last year and an influx of new taxes set into law this summer, the MBTA is on course for another multi-million-dollar deficit this fiscal year, which a top T official blamed on an arbitration award for a T employees union.