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A measure that would allow cities and towns to revive happy hour within their borders would "most likely" receive Gov. Charlie Baker's veto if it reached his desk, the governor said Monday, imperiling the fate of a controversial idea that remains tied up in legislative negotiations.

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A former driver for a ride-hailing platform charged with sexually assaulting multiple passengers in 2017 has been held without bail at his arraignment pending a hearing to determine whether he is dangerous. The 43-year-old Boston man was arraigned Monday on two counts of rape and one count of indecent assault and battery. The Suffolk district attorney alleges the assaults occurred in January, April and May of 2017. The dangerousness hearing is scheduled for Thursday. The suspect was not connected to this cases until this year when his profile was added to a DNA database. A message seeking comment was left with his attorney.

The Civitan Club of the Berkshires announces the return of its annual SoupFest fundraiser after a 2.5 year hiatus. The event will be held on Friday, Oct. 14, at Berkshire Hills Country Club. Tickets for the club’s Feed Our Towns raffle are available.


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