Judge Dismisses Suit Over Hack of Hernandez Jailhouse CallsA lawsuit brought over hacked jailhouse phone calls of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been dismissed by a Massachusetts judge.
Drought May Have Aided Storm That Walloped NortheastDrought conditions across much of Maine may have contributed to the large numbers of trees that toppled during a storm that walloped the Northeast this week, officials said.
Connecticut, Mass. in 'Moderate Drought'A stretch of unusually warm and dry fall weather has pushed portions of New England back into drought.
2 Women Suspected In Bank Heist While Dressed As NunsTwo women charged with robbing a New Jersey bank, one of whom is from New Haven, are also suspects in a bank heist in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains while dressed as nuns.
Utility Outlines Details of Proposed Power Plant SalesNew Hampshire's largest utility has outlined details of its agreements to sell power-generating plants to two buyers, which must be reviewed and approved by the state Public Utilities Commission.
Kayaker Rescued After 17 Hours In Long Island SoundA fisherman was rescued after spending 17 hours adrift on Long Island Sound after his kayak capsized.
New England Gets Over $1.2M in Grants For Fish, WildlifeNew England is getting over $1.2 million in grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to restore forest and river habitat for native bird and freshwater fish populations.
Aquarium Releases 3 Abandoned Seal Pups Off Rhode IslandThree seal pups that were apparently abandoned by their parents after birth have been released into the waters off Rhode Island.
Lawyers: Man Whose Kin Died Is Withholding InformationInsurance company lawyers say a Vermont man suspected of killing his millionaire grandfather refuses to answer questions about the day his boat sank with his mother onboard.
Report: New England Losing 65 Acres of Forestland Per DayNew England has been losing forestland to development at a rate of 65 acres per day — a loss that comes at a time when public funding for preservation of open land, both state and federal, has also been on the decline in all six states.
Tech Firm to Pay $3.5M in Settlement Over Preloaded SoftwareThe states involved in the settlement are Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, and more.
Police Chief Urges Newspaper Not To Publish Arrest LogsA Rhode Island police chief says he has tried to keep crimes out of the local newspaper because it embarrasses people.

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