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WILMINGTON, Mass. (AP) - Massachusetts Democratic State Representative Jim Miceli has died during a Little League event in Wilmington. MassLive.com reports the 83-year-old, who represents Wilmington and Tewksbury, was at opening ceremonies for the season when he suffered a massive heart attack Saturday morning. Fire officials say Miceli collapsed at the ceremonies around 10 a.m., and was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Gov. Charlie Baker offered his condolences for the family of the 40- year legislator.

BROCKTON, Mass. (AP) - Fifty -four-year-old Terri Degennaro has died of her injuries following a three-car pile-up in Brockton. Degennaro declined medical treatment at the scene of the crash on Thursday but later sought medical treatment from Beth Israel Hospital where she died of her injuries that night. The Brockton Enterprise reports Degennaro was evaluated by emergency medical service personnel at the scene of the crash at 10:23 a.m. Thursday before she declined treatment. Police are investigating the crash.

BOSTON (AP) - Done Boston's Freedom Trail? Now you can tackle a new adventure: the Massachusetts Whale Trail. The state Office of Travel and Tourism says a map debuting Monday will include locations along the coastline and inland with noteworthy connections to the majestic marine mammals. It will include nearly 40 whale-related points of interest stretching from Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod to Pittsfield in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts.

NORWOOD, Mass. (AP) - Police work is increasingly requiring ever more sophisticated levels of technological and computer savvy to track down cybercriminals. On Monday, Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey is kicking off the seventh Annual National Cyber Crime Conference. The meeting is aimed at helping law enforcement officials develop the skills needed to meet the threats of online crime, digital evidence and changes in technology.

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