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Parents helped their college students unload at Emerson on Monday.
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The last of the summer parties; Dusk is fading into night. We’re Just Chilling next to the Speaker Box enjoying That Summer Groove. Vibe: Lonnie Gordon: Gonna Catch You (Acapella Sax), Adri Block: That Summer Groove (Original), Oscar P: Detroit Afr
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A bridge that was vandalized in May was rededicated Wednesday in Middleboro. WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Ben Parker reports.
Virtually every organism in a rainforest ecosystem is part of an interdependent web of life.
Meteorological conditions in urban areas are greatly influenced by the cityscape.
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Imagine a combination of lacrosse, rugby, football and wrestling with a field as long as a mile!
Then the banjo met the violin in southern Appalachia, it gave rise to what's now called "Old Time Music" - which in turn, morphed into Bluegrass.