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A retired police detective in Boston, Mass., who was convicted of wire fraud, was sentenced to three months of home confinement followed by two years of supervised release, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office Friday. Daniel Rice, 53, was sentenced by U.S. Senior District Judge William M. Skretny for his role in aiding and abetting Michael Wilson, 30, a former Hambur…

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Boston fans can go to the New England Sports Museum inside the halls of TD Garden, home of the Celtics and Bruins. The facility is celebrating its 40th year and has an annual budget of $1.4 million. In Pittsburgh, you can relive the glory of Roberto Clemente, the Steel Curtain, Mario Lemieux or high school football at the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. The Green…

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Raphael’s has survived a rough introduction to Southtowns winter after opening in December. Owner Ralph Galluzzi brought life back to a Town of Boston building last operated as a pizzeria in 2008. Raphael's, 8936 Boston State Road, offers Italian family dining in the purest sense. Galluzzi said the recipes for the sauces, pastas and more specialties come from family rec…

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Western New York’s jam-packed summer concert calendar has been, at times, meteorologically challenged: thunderstorm with a chance of cancellation has been a trend. But rock ’n’ roll forges on.Fans of the long-running, classic-rocking band Boston may have had collective, sinking hearts on Tuesday afternoon as teeming rain and dark gray skies took over t…

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When you think of the band Boston, “indie rock” and “home recording” are probably not the words that spring to mind. Maybe “the band that built classic rock radio” is the phrase that pops into your head, and there may be some truth lurking in that slightly snarky assessment. But in reality, Boston is Tom Scholz, the guitarist, prod…