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Deerfield Police Department, Massachusetts: At 1443 today Chief Paciorek, Sgt Ruddock, and Officer Sokoloski responded to a two car crash on Sugarloaf Street at the South Deerfield Post Office. It was reported that people were hurt and fluids were leaking. South County EMS and South Deerfield Fire Department were also dispatched. Upon arrival all parties refused treatment by EMTs. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage and were in the middle of Sugarloaf Street. Sugarloaf Street was closed for about 1/2 hour and traffic was diverted while the crash was cleaned up and the vehicles were towed.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green is donating $1 million to Georgetown's new athletic center.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - The coroner in Las Vegas says the Arizona firearms instructor who died in an Uzi shooting by a 9-year-old girl suffered a single gunshot to the head.
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NORTON, Mass. (AP) - Stuart Appleby knows one week can change everything during the FedEx Cup playoffs.
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont man is facing federal charges he possessed a number of tractors and trucks that were stolen over a 12-year period from Vermont, New York, Massachusetts and Maine.
Deerfield Police Department, Massachusetts: Deerfield Elementary School was filled with happy kids and parents. Pictured below Officer Pickunka and Officer Rosnick taking a breather after parking a hundred or so cars on the field. Chief Paciorek Sgt Ruddock and officer Sokoloski also assisted at the school this morning. Car 5 also pictured below. Increased traffic enforcement in town will also take place today and Friday specially targeting the school areas in an expanded effort to keep everyone safe this school year.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - A Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty to defrauding another man out of $100,000 in a so-called "black money" scheme.
BOSTON (AP) - In a story Aug. 24 about challenges to the way eyewitness identification testimony is presented to juries, The Associated Press erroneously reported the date that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will hear oral arguments in four cases. The cases will be heard on Sept. 2, not Sept. 8.