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MILLIS, Mass. — A former police officer fired and indicted for fabricating a story about a shootout with a mystery gunman in September and calling in a fake bomb threat to the high school was found dead at his home on Thanksgiving.
Bryan Johnson, 24, was pronounced dead early Thursday, the Norfolk district attorney’s office said in a statement.
Police said they were called to the home around 3:30 a.m.
CONCORD, N. H. — As the holiday travel season gets underway, the state is seeking public input on how to improve the rest areas and welcome centers along New Hampshire’s roadways.
The Departments of Transportation and Resources and Economic Development are kicking off a series of public hearings Tuesday, starting at the transportation headquarters in Concord.
BOSTON —The tubas are descending on Faneuil Hall this Thanksgiving weekend.
Up to 200 tuba players will serenade the crowd with holiday classics outside Boston’s cultural and historic heart on Saturday.
The 2 p.m. event is free and open to the public.
The Boston Tuba Christmas is in its 30th year. Carol Troxell, president of Faneuil Hall Merchant’s Association, says the event always helps make the holidays extra special.
The concert is presented by the Harvey Phillips Foundation.
The Faneuil Hall Marketplace also features Blink!, an evening display of over 350,000 LED lights synchronized to the music of the Holiday Pops, as well as an 85-foot holiday tree.
The hum of happy conversation filled the air, as did the aroma of turkey dinner at St. John's Lutheran Church in Bath which for the past 10 years has served a Thanksgiving dinner that has come to embody word community. Nearly 130 people passed family-style bowls of lettuce with bacon dressing, and
Keeping a food bank stocked during the holidays can be difficult, but this year is proving to be a whole new challenge for C. J. Geary. Geary, who helps run the food pantry at Salem United Methodist Church in Allentown, said that after serving 400 families this November, supplies have grown critically