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REVERE - Two people were shot and a teenage boy was grazed by a bullet near Revere Beach Sunday evening as fights erupted amongst the large crowds.State Police said the first shooting happened in the area of Shirley and Centennial avenues at 7:11 p.m. The victim was a 17-year-old teenage girl, who suffered non-life threatening injuries. State Police said the shooting occurred during a large fight and shots were fired into a crowd.The second shooting happened at around 8 p.m. on Revere Beach Boulevard near one of the bathhouses. A 51-year-old woman was shot in the legs and taken to...
Police: Multiple people struck and injured by car in Stop and Shop parking lot
Investigators say an 87-year-old driver hit the market and a parked car, then reversed into multiple people. Arlington police are continuing to investigate a Saturday morning car accident at the 905 Massachusetts Ave. Stop and Shop in Arlington. Police responded to a call of a car crash involving multiple pedestrians...
Firefighters Battle Blaze in Everett
Firefighters were battling a massive blaze in Everett, Massachusetts, on Sunday morning. According to the Cambridge Fire Department, the fire was burning on Beacham St. Cambridge had also deployed engines and squads as part of a mutual aid response. The state fire marshal's office confirmed they were notified and on...
State Police Close Revere Beach After 2 Shootings and Sporadic Fights
Massachusetts State Police closed Revere Beach Sunday night after two shootings and other sporadic fights amid massive crowds in the area. It was a chaotic scene in the middle of Memorial Day weekend, with officers on loudspeakers telling everyone to go home as they announced the beach closure. State police...
‘It’s awe-inspiring’: Crowds reflect at flag garden on Boston Common ahead of Memorial Day
On Boston Common, 37,000 flags are planted around the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial. Each flag represents a brave man or woman from Massachusetts who died serving our country since the Revolutionary War.
Guaranteed Income Program: Here’s When You May Start Receiving $500 Monthly
In over a week, Massachusetts will begin collecting applications for a guaranteed income program that will provide monthly distributions of $500 to eligible participants. The application period for the Rise Up Cambridge program will run from 1 June to 31 July. The approval of applications will be on a rolling basis.
Five Lynn brothers served in WWII
LYNN — Alfred LeBlanc and four of his brothers all served in World War II at the same time. LeBlanc, 95, has lived in Lynn his entire life. He was The post Five Lynn brothers served in WWII appeared first on Itemlive.
Young woman born in prison gets accepted to Harvard University
A woman has had an incredible journey from being born behind bars to recently getting accepted into Harvard University.Sky Castner, an 18-year-old from Texas was born in prison as her pregnant mother was serving time and so following her birth, before being moved out of prison and into the care of her dad.She was raised by her single father and the pair moved around a lot within Montgomery County. Growing up a young Sky was determined to do well in school and was described as a "voracious reader," as per Houston Chronicle.Sign up to our free Indy100 weekly newsletter School...
2 men face multiple charges after drug bust led by State Police
QUINCY - Two men are facing multiple charges after State Police and the United States Postal Inspectors seized a package of cocaine mailed from Puerto Rico to the ringleader of a suspected drug organization in Quincy.State Police said they found the cocaine after it was delivered to Stephen Marsden on Friday morning. He was arrested when police searched his apartment, they said they found five guns, dozens of edibles, about 80 Xanax pills, a money counting device and materials used to package narcotics.They also obtained a warrant to search the Worcester apartment of Evans Klimavich, Marsden's co-conspirator. State Police said the search at Klimavich's apartment yielded a kilogram of cocaine, about 50 pounds of marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, hundreds of vape cartridges and $52,000 in cash. Klimavich was arrested when he arrived home.State Police also searched an office space Marsden was renting in Fall River and said they found four ghost guns, several pounds of edibles and an ATM machine.Both men face drug trafficking charges and Marsden faces additional charges for not having a license to carry firearms.
New England Hero Captured in World War II Finally Accounted for After 80 Years
A United States soldier from New England who was captured and died as a prisoner of war has come home after 80 years. U.S. Army Pfc. Arthur L. Pierce, 26, of Malden, Massachusetts was captured and died as a prisoner of war during World War II. In 1941 he was a member of the 803rd Engineer Battalion in the Philippines when Japanese forces invaded the Philippine Islands.
Police: Man stabbed outside Dorchester mall walks himself to hospital
BOSTON (WHDH) - After a man was stabbed outside a Stop & Shop in Dorchester Friday night, he walked to a local hospital and is expected to survive, officials reported. The stabbing occurred outside 1100 Massachusetts Avenue in the South Bay Shopping Center around 10 p.m. after a physical altercation between two men, Boston police said.
A Quincy man who was shot in a Stoughton road rage incident has been arrested
A Quincy man who was shot during a road rage incident in Stoughton has been arrested, Stoughton police said. Police said Anh Kieu, 39, of Quincy, was arrested shortly before 4 p.m. Saturday at his home and charged with four counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, negligent driving and marked-lanes violations, WCVB reported. ...
The Oldest School In The U.S. In Massachusetts
Anything Classic or Historical you will usually find here in the Baystate. We have the oldest bars, oldest restaurants, and even the oldest houses. We do have some rather historic schools as well that are ether torn down, repurposed, vacant, or actually still in use! C.T. Plunkett (Hoosac Valley Elementary) in Adams is a pure example of an historic school.
Crews cut through steel walls to fight warehouse fire in Everett
EVERETT, MASS. (WHDH) - A warehouse on Beacham Street in Everett was ablaze early Sunday morning, and crews were having difficulty reaching the flames. The firefighters could be seen breaking windows and cutting through the steel walls to get to the fire. This is a developing story; stay with 7NEWS...
Gun recovered after 911 call reporting man with gun
BOSTON, MA – On Thursday, at approximately 5:45 PM, officers from District B-3 responded to a call concerning an armed individual at 25 Estrella Street. A 21-year-old Mattapan resident, Javaughnee Buckmire, was arrested after a FN503 with five rounds in the magazine was recovered from behind a recycling bin near his location. Buckmire was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and armed robbery. He is set to be arraigned in Dorchester District Court. The post Gun recovered after 911 call reporting man with gun appeared first on Shore News Network.
Memorial Day parade returns to Somerville after 6-year hiatus
SOMERVILLE - After a six year hiatus, the Memorial Day parade in Somerville took place Sunday under a clear blue sky and lots of patriotism.Beginning at Davis Square, families, veterans and residents watched as the parade got underway, honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice. "It means commemorating those people who fought for our country," said Somerville Mayor Katjana Ballantyne. "We need to honor them. They are not faceless, or nameless or just a statistic."The grand marshal was 73-year-old Tom White, who fought in the Vietnam War. He said he feels humbled to be the grand marshal."There were 13 people in the Vietnam War I personally knew, including my commanding general, who died on July 7, 1970, and unbeknownst to me, signed my bronze star three weeks before he died," White said.The parade route was just over a mile to the Veterans Cemetery on Broadway, where a small ceremony was held."We lost a lot of soldiers, sailors, Marines, whatever. I'm retired military myself so I take this special. And it's nice to see the people still come out for it," veteran Joe Hodorawis said.
Stimulus check update: Applications for monthly payments worth $500 open in five days
A guaranteed income program in Massachusetts that will give selected participants monthly payments of $500 will start accepting applications in five days.
65-mile trek from Boston to Cape Cod honors fallen armed forces members
BOSTON — A group of active-duty military members, veterans and first responders is making a long trek through southeastern Massachusetts early Sunday morning in honor of U.S. service members who paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving the country. Participants in this year's "Vest Up 4 the Fallen" started their...
Statue honoring William Gould unveiled at Gould Park in Dedham
DEDHAM - A statue was unveiled in Dedham Sunday afternoon to honor Civil War veteran and longtime Dedham resident William Gould.The statue now sits in Gould Park, which was named after him in 2021.Gould was born into slavery in North Carolina in 1837. While trying to escape slavery in 1862, he was picked up by the steamship the USS Cambridge and joined the Navy. After the Civil War, he settled in Dedham, where he raised a family and worked as a building contractor and plasterer.Sunday's event also marked 100 years since Gould's death.
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