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Police & Fire
Salem fire officials have confirmed that one person died in a fire early Sunday morning on Beacon Street.
A man has injuries to his face, hands and legs, according to his brother and other witnesses.
Police are looking into a report of several shots fired on Grove Street late Sunday night. No one was injured.
An item in Sunday's Salem Police log got a lot of attention — it read as if a woman was arrested for trying to defend herself from a home invader. But police say that's not what happened at all.
On Friday, a man walked into the Congress Street branch of Eastern Bank and passed a note claiming he was strapped with a bomb.
The Boston area's police, firefighters, EMTs and medical workers were outstanding in the face of such a massive disaster. Is it time they get the hero's reception they deserve?
A week of death and chaos comes to an end Friday night in Watertown.
They were watching their wife and mother, respectively, when the blasts hit.
Stephen and Leo Woolfenden of Salem were among the more than 170 people injured when two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Local firefighters extinguished a brush fire near the entrance to the Salem Willows Thursday.
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