BOSTON (AP) - Two sisters-in-law of dead marathon bombings suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev (TAM'-ehr-luhn tsahr-NEYE'-ehv) have testified before a federal grand jury. Authorities wouldn't comment but an attorney for the family of Tsarnaev's widow says Anna and Rebecca Russell had no suspicions about Tsarnaev or his brother Dzhokhar (joh-HAHR') before April's attacks.
WESTFIELD, Mass. (AP) - Westfield State University continues to make administrative changes. The school says Milton Santiago, who directed university administration and finance operations, has turned in his resignation. The move comes weeks after president Evan Dobelle stepped down amid questions over extravagant travel and other spending.
LOWELL, Mass. (AP) - A Lowell driving instructor faces charges he groped some young female students. The (Lowell) Sun reports Jose Perregil is free on personal recognizance after pleading not guilty. Prosecutors say he kissed some teenage students' hands and rubbed their legs and arms, at times asking them about their sexuality.
BOSTON (AP) - Boston officials have approved plans to build the city's first condominium complex that includes no parking for residents' cars. The developer of the Lovejoy Wharf project in Boston's West End says there is already ample parking and transit in the neighborhood, though The Boston Globe reports some area residents have voiced skepticism about that claim.
BOSTON (AP) - Newly-released documents shine a light on the months after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, with brother Robert and other family members dealing with a flood of condolences while also working to sort out other issues on the death. The documents are among thousands for Robert Kennedy's tenure as attorney general that were opened to the public yesterday at the Kennedy Library.
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