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March 23. 2013 12:37PM

Dogs await release of their train-hopping owners from jail

'If these animals had not been as well taken care of as they are, and not have been vaccinated, microchipped, had come in here in horrible condition, I would not be doing what Iím doing today,' she said. 'These animals are better taken care of than some that we have in this county.'

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Wedding dresses with interactive flowers? Inside Dartmouth's digital arts exhibition

Adam Sandler movie sparks debate over American Indian images

Netflix is defending the Adam Sandler movie that Native American actors say is racist

Amesbury High School ring returned to owner 49 years after being lost in sand at Seabrook

Berlin votes to waive soliciting bids for 'free' Bearcat

Weirs Beach erosion study to be presented to City Council on Monday night