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Archive for April, 2011

Doug Fister worked out of trouble three times in 5 2-3 scoreless innings and the Seattle’s bullpen continued its solid stretch, lifting the Mariners to a 2-0 win over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night. It was the Mariners’ fifth straight… Read more

PHILADELPHIA — David Krejci and Brad Marchand each scored two goals, and the Boston Bruins took out their frustration from one of the great collapses in postseason history with a 7-3 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday in Game 1 of the… Read more

by Julia Dunn LONDON (WGGB) — Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in London to watch the wedding of the year.  All those people eventually leave and in return leave a mess behind a massive mess to clean-up. The crowd roars with excitement… Read more

by WGGB Staff ROME (WGGB) — Excitement and crowds are building in Rome for the Beatification of Pope John Paul II.  One of the people excited for the festivities is young man from the Diocese of Springfield who is studying in Rome to be a… Read more

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(HealthDay News) — For years, new mothers have been told to position babies on their backs during sleep, to help lessen the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). That’s extremely important advice. But as a result of continually sleeping in… Read more

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(HealthDay News) — Sunscreen helps protect your skin from sunburn and damage, but it must be applied properly. The Skin Cancer Foundation offers these guidelines: Choose a sunscreen with an SPF (sun protection factor) of at least 15. Apply… Read more

Jon Lester remains at a loss when asked to explain all his wins over the Baltimore Orioles. The left-hander is just happy he could end a two-game Boston slide, help the Red Sox finish a road swing on an upbeat note and get his team out of last… Read more

It took Nathan Horton six years to make the playoffs. Once he got there, he showed the value of patience. Horton scored his second overtime goal of the postseason on Wednesday night, waiting until 5:43 of the extra period in Game 7 to give Boston a… Read more

By Claire CoghlanFrom Bright Smile Beautiful You  The seasons are changing, which means out with the old and in with the new. Before your head starts spinning from wardrobe overload, follow these simple steps to clean your closet the easy… Read more

By Lynda FassaFrom Green Goes Simple Coming into the beautiful warm weather brings about a lot of changes — you can finally put the winter coats away and start enjoying the fresh flowers and veggies! It’s also the perfect time to make some green… Read more

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THURSDAY, April 28 (HealthDay News) — Rising rates of obesity among the 50 million Americans with arthritis are cause for concern because excess weight is associated with increased problems for arthritis patients, a new study says. In people with… Read more

by Ryan Trowbridge LONDON (WGGB) — The eyes of the world were on London Friday morning as Prince William and Catherine Middleton married at Westminster Abbey.  abc40 and FOX 6’s Julia Dunn is the only reporter from western Massachusetts in… Read more

by WGGB Staff ROME (WGGB) — Rome and Vatican City are full of historic and architecturally beautiful buildings. abc40’s Ray Hershel and Chief Photographer Bob Hastings are providing exclusive reports this week from Rome.  Thursday, we go inside… Read more

by WGGB Staff LONDON (WGGB) — Crowds are descending on London for the royal wedding, and those people are opening their wallets.  However, for some businesses, the influx of people has actually hurt their bottom line. Final preparations are… Read more

By the Editors of Every Day ConnectedFrom Every Day Connected  If you work remotely or travel a lot for your job, you probably take advantage of free public Wi-Fi often. Unfortunately, that probably means you’re regularly opening up your devices… Read more