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Reading High School teams finish up their schedule in the upcoming days before some players get ready for a postseason trip.
On Friday, the Lady Rockets played well but didn't have enough to overcome the Tanners, falling by a 4-1 margin.
Reading took a close game and pulled away in the middle innings, cruising to an 8-0 home win on Friday.
Police & Fire
With the announcement that a Medford woman and Woburn man were arrested for running a prostitution ring, police said Monday was a major victory in shutting down the alleged pattern of "modern day slavery."
Here's a look at what the upcoming days look like for Reading High School sports teams.
The Reading High School boys lacrosse team proved in the final two quarters Tuesday why it's ranked as one of the best teams in the state, earning a 14-5 win.
Similarly to the wake on Monday, there was massive police support at Tuesday's funeral for MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, who was killed in the line of duty last week.
Killed in the line of duty on Thursday, Wilmington native and Somerville resident Sean Collier was honored with a wake on Monday in Stoneham.
Hundreds came to Stoneham Monday afternoon to pay their respects to the late MIT officer.
Line extended close to Billings Avenue around corner from funeral home before doors opened.
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