Cambridge man falls 20 feet while rock climbing in N.H., seriously injures legs
Earlier that day, a New York man fell 50 feet while rock climbing in a nearby town and was also seriously injured. The post Cambridge man falls 20 feet while rock climbing in N.H., seriously injures legs appeared first on Boston.com .
Kendrick Perkins, Stephen A. Smith believe that the Celtics should trade Jaylen Brown for this superstar
Celtics’ Robert Williams was reportedly playing through stomach virus during Game 7 against the Heat
Robin Wagner, Set Designer Who Won Three Tony Awards, Dies at 89
He created sets for more than 50 of Broadway’s most celebrated productions, including “Hair,” “A Chorus Line,” “On the Twentieth Century” and “The Producers.”
Nevada Republican governor approves abortion protections in rare cross-party move
Republican Gov. Joe Lombardo signed a bill into law enshrining existing protections for out-of-state abortion patients and in-state providers on Tuesday, marking a rare occurrence of a Republican governor approving measures that are part of Democrats’ vow to make the western swing state an abortion safe haven.
D.C. Council approves 2024 budget, delays vote to cap rent increases
The council’s unanimous vote on the budget comes about two weeks after lawmakers moved to reverse some cuts proposed by Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D).
Sargassum, flesh-eating bacteria and plastic create 'perfect storm,' says Florida study
Florida researchers have found that flesh-eating bacteria could thrive in environment created by growing sargassum belt and microplastics.
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