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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...
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...
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...
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.
Woman rescued from burning home and nine residents displaced following Boston blaze
Several residents were evacuated and one woman was hospitalized as a result of Thursday's inferno
Get Ready to Groove: Boston's Got Soul Music Convention Presents Young Artists Showcasing their Talent
Get ready to groove this weekend as Boston's got Soul Music Convention is hosting a fantastic event showcasing young artists in their element. Happening on May 28th at Schiavo Club, 71 Tileston St, Everett, MA 02149, this event promises to be a night filled with fun, music, and excitement.
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.
BPD: Public drinking leads to chase into Boston Common, arrest of 23-year-old on gun, drug charges
A 23-year-old man wanted on two warrants, who was seen drinking alcohol publicly and led police officers on a foot chase into Boston Common, was eventually arrested on gun and drug charges, police said.
Fontbonne 1973 alum to graduates: 'Conformity is exceptionally overrated'
MILTON – Andi Lyons, a professor of theatrical design and technology at the State University of New York at Albany, returned to Fontbonne Academy, her alma mater, on Thursday to share two observations she said she's confirmed several times in the 50 years since she graduated. "The first is conformity is exceptionally overrated and usually boring," she said. "And the second is personal ethical standards are grossly undervalued in this world, but you should live by them anyways." ...
Massachusetts man plans on letting money work for him after hitting $1 million on scratch ticket
A Massachusetts man plans on making his money work for him after he hit it big on a State Lottery scratch ticket. According to the Massachusetts State Lottery, Gary Cheney has won the first $1 million prize in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$10,000,000 Premier Cash” $20 instant ticket game.
New England Aquarium opens Dockside Beer Garden on Central Wharf
BOSTON - The weather is beautiful for Memorial Day Weekend and there's a new place to enjoy it in Boston.The New England Aquarium opened its Dockside Beer Garden on Central Wharf Saturday.The beer garden serves beers from local breweries like Cisco Brewers and Kona Brewing. The menu also features barbecue ribs, pulled pork, burgers and cornbread.Starting next month, the beer garden will feature live music on Thursday nights.
Boston Police Department Seeks 911 Call Takers for Operations Division
The Boston Police Department is hiring 911 call takers for their Operations Division, which handles all initial 911 calls and requests for assistance. New hires may work on the 4 p.m. to 12 a.m. or 12 a.m. to 8 a.m. shift and will receive benefits such as health insurance, paid holidays and vacation, and retirement options.Visit here for more details.
Bank Robbery in Roxbury Leads to the Arrest of Wanted Fugitive
BOSTON, MA – On Friday, at about 10:45 AM, officers from District B-2 arrested a man in connection to a bank robbery at 435 Brookline Avenue. Rolando Gala, 41, a Roxbury resident, was identified and detained without incident based on a photo provided to the officers. Upon his arrest, officers recovered $749 in US currency. Gala, who was previously highlighted on a BPD Most Wanted List, was charged with armed robbery. At the time of his detention, Gala was also wanted on outstanding warrants for unarmed robbery and drug-related charges out of Suffolk Superior Court and Roxbury District Court. He The post Bank Robbery in Roxbury Leads to the Arrest of Wanted Fugitive appeared first on Shore News Network.
A gunshot sent students running: What we know about St. John’s Prep swatting incident
Students at a Massachusetts Catholic school fled, fearing for their lives after hearing a gunshot during a lockdown on Monday, a Massachusetts State Police spokesperson said. Some ran to take cover in the woods. Others ran to nearby houses, hoping to take sanctuary from kindhearted strangers. But the gunshot wasn’t...
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.
Swampscott honors its fallen heroes
SWAMPSCOTT — It’s been more than 16 years since Marine Capt. Jennifer J. Harris was killed in action when the CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter was shot down in Baghdad. With The post Swampscott honors its fallen heroes appeared first on Itemlive.
Wednesday, May 31: New England for Sale
NEEDHAM, Mass. — We check out a condo on the site where Isabella Stewart Gardner’s first home once stood, tour one of the few residential properties designed by stained glass master Louis Comfort Tiffany, and stop by a landmark lobster shack that recently hit the market in Provincetown. Finally, we meet a Boston bartender inviting people to buy into his dream…to open a new cafe in the neighborhood.
See all homes sold in Middlesex County, May 21 to May 28
The following is a listing of all home transfers in Middlesex County reported from May 21 to May 28. There were 230 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was a 2,418-square-foot home on Dix Street in Waltham that sold for $812,000. Faith...
One stabbed, man arrested after altercation outside Dorchester grocery store
One man has been stabbed and one arrested after an altercation outside a Dorchester grocery store.
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...
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