, vermont, will serve three and a half years in the house of correction after pleading guilty to manslaughter he was in the courtroom just a little while ago with his familiar i will under a the family of the victim. many of the family members shedding tears. he was blind the wheel when his slammed his car into a pole in beverly back in april killing his best friend. who was in the passenger see. now police say that he had a blood alcohol contend of more than twice the legal limit. the victim, 19-year-old craig samson a student was after the court the victim's father in tears said he hopes that others learn from this tragedy. >> any sentencing from our family is not desired to be any kind of revenge or retaliation. that all we wanted was that perhaps let a message young man, but to our community around us. to our other children. and your children. that all i ask is that you think twice before you act once. >> reporter: craig samson's father said that the only reason his son got into the car that night was to console the man, his friend, who had just been byron barnett,7 news. >>
vermont and northern new york. here are the rainfall tallies. again. not much. this is kind of the same kind of weather system that we have seen with other storms this fall with the beneficial rain. but as noted we'll take what we can get. since the first of september, boston just a little bit below normal and worcester running above normal since early september, and the new drought monitor is in, and some good news. we've actually seen some dryness. you can still see a large area f red. boston, out towards worcester ad merrimack valley. across portions of rhode island, southeastern massachusetts. in fact if you notice nantucket pulled out of the drought classification altogether. so good news there. temps, at this time we made it into the 60s through the day. and they're slowly backing up into the 50s across southern new hampshire. here's the cold front and as you move on the other side of that overnight tonight. we've had some colder mornings even this week than what we'll have tonight and tomorrow morning. temps between 44 and 47, and for tomorrow the sunshine does makea return.
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