News on the fake sign-language interpreter, a Senator worker investigated for child pornorgaphy, and a 6-year-old boy who has sexual harassment on his school record.
The COA has two handicapped accessible vehicles, a 14- and seven-passenger van. Both vans offer curbside transportation to local medical appointments, shopping and for special trips.
A meteor from the Geminid meteor shower exploded over Tucson, Ariz., last night. Many residents heard the boom and looked up to see a spectacular show. The meteor shower peaks on Thursday, when 100-120 meteors will be seen per hour.
The Dedham Fire Department has five new members fresh out of the academy. We interviewed them and will run weekly Q&As with each firefighter.
News on two adults and four children who disappeared in snow in Nevada, sending people to Mars, and President Obama and Raul Castro.
Congress keeps setting new records for unpopularity. A poll last month found people have a higher opinion of zombies than members of Congress.
When you look at hunger in Massachusetts, the numbers are sobering. Nearly 12 percent of Massachusetts residents faced food insecurity in 2011, according to a Project Bread study.
Your daily news briefing, with the video of the day, top news and quote of the day.
After graduating from high school this summer, a Dedham teen put college on hold for a semester to go on a 45-day expedition to Western Australia. The primary mode of transportation - his feet and sea kayaks.
All the attention on the health care front has been focused on the rough start of the federal insurance exchange website and the surprise – largely unwarranted, but poorly handled by the administration – over the cancellation of some policies. On the access front, the principle focus of the Affordable Care Act, the news has been mostly bad.