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Police Log 02/21/24
Daily Item StaffAll address information, particularly arrests, reflects police records. In the event of a perceived inaccuracy, it is the sole responsibility of the concerned party to contact the relevant police department and have the department issue a notice of correction to The Daily Item. LYNN Arrests Carlos Alcantara-Acosta, 25, of Boylston Street in Boston, was arrested […] The post Police Log 02/21/24 appeared first on Itemlive.
Everett Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Everett witnessed a total of 40 reported crime cases, with the majority being disturbances, accounting for 23 cases. This was followed by 6 incidents of vandalism and 4 cases classified as 'Other'. Theft, arrests, and assaults each accounted for a smaller portion of the total, with 3, 2, and 2 cases respectively. The data suggests a concerning prevalence of public disturbances, which made up more than half of the total incidents. Vandalism, the second most common crime, was however significantly less frequent. The relatively low numbers of thefts, arrests, and assaults suggest that these are less of a problem in the place, although any level of crime is of course undesirable. The authorities in Everett will certainly be keen to reduce these numbers in the coming weeks.
Gardner Pilot Academy administrators removed, ‘did not respond’ to student bullying, misconduct
A community meeting is planned for March 1 after two Boston Public Schools administrators were removed from the Gardner Pilot Academy for not adequately responding to allegations of sexual misconduct and bullying among students, Superintendent Mary Skipper said.
GoFundMe created for family of missing Haverhill man found dead in Saugus
A GoFundMe campaign has been created to benefit the family of 53-year-old Haverhill resident John Lawler, whose skeletal remains were discovered by a dog walker in a wooded area of Saugus on Sunday. Lawler was reported missing in July 2023 and was last seen in Saugus. Joshua Deveau, Lawler’s oldest...
America’s Smallest Trader Joe’s is in Massachusetts and It’s a Cutie
Doesn't this sound so cute and charming? To top it off, it's in our own backyard in Boston's Back Bay. Now how small is small, exactly?. According to CookieButterLovers on Reddit, it's 5,200 square feet. Now that doesn't sound that small except when you compare it to an average TJ's, which is usually 8,000 to 15,000 square feet with larger ones being built.
Jury selection begins in trial of woman accused of fatally stabbing man in Dorchester playground
After engaging in a brief argument, Fox is accused of returning to the park with another person later that night and stabbing the dozing victim before immediately leaving the area.
Stash’s Pizza must pay $105,000 after employee called woman racist slurs, state commission rules
The incident, which took place in October 2020, started when a woman called the pizzeria to report what she believed was race-based discrimination. The employee who answer the phone called her the [N-word] multiple times and threatened to hang her, according to court documents. The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination has...
Conservancy group sues city over plans for White Stadium in Boston
A conservancy group and local residents are suing the City of Boston over plans for a new soccer stadium, saying the project “would illegally transfer” public trust lands on the site for private use.
New England Is Home to One of the Best Restaurants for Meatballs
My brother's nickname in school was "Meatball". Growing up in an Italian household, sooner or later you're going to get a nickname, and his wasn't so bad. After all, who doesn't love a good meatball?. It's a great source of protein, plus some good gravy (sauce in laymen's terms), cheese,...
Boston’s Chief of Planning Arthur Jemison on the future of affordable housing
In the city of Boston, there is one agency that might have more power than anything else over what you see around you: the buildings, parking lots, apartments and parks that shape your neighborhood. That agency is the Boston Planning and Development Agency, also known as the BPDA. And for...
A love triangle, a shooting, and an arrest in Quincy's Wollaston neighborhood
QUINCY − A Lowell man has pleaded not guilty to assault to murder after a shooting in Wollaston. Daniel Rivera, 34, faced five felony charges Tuesday at Quincy District Court. Judge Mark S. Coven ordered the defendant to be held in custody pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Raising the roof on triple-deckers in Boston
Open the door to the history of this style of housing in Boston.
Massachusetts City Named One of the Most Rat Infested Cities in the U.S.
Massachusetts is a great place to live. From sandy, sprawling Cape Cod beaches, to the stunning Boston city skyline, all the way to the beautiful, lush mountains of the Berkshires, Massachusetts really has it all. Massachusetts also has a great overall quality of life. It consistently finds itself featured on...
Mass. robbery suspects fight store clerk for access to cash register
BOSTON — Police in Boston's Hyde Park neighborhood are seeking the public’s help identifying two men after two unarmed robbery incidents on Monday night in the area of River Street and Hyde Park Avenue. Surveillance video from the Hyde Park Market on River Street shows two men enter...
Flight attendant accused of trying to video record girl in airplane bathroom held until trial
An American Airlines flight attendant arrested on suspicion of trying to secretly video record a 14-year-old female passenger using an airplane bathroom last September is being held in custody pending trial.
7 $100,000 Winning Lottery Tickets Sold On Same Day Across Mass
The aptly named Lucky Mart in Woburn sold two of the winning tickets. The $650,000 winner was sold at Cumberland Farms in Northbridge on the $2,000,000 50X Cashword game. Haverhill — Circle K (Millions game) Woburn — Lucky Mart ($15,000,000 Money Maker game) Woburn — Lucky Mart (Mass...
Taste of Italy in Newton: 4 Exceptional Italian Restaurants to Explore
In this article, we will be exploring four exquisite Italian restaurants located in Newton. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comment section below!
Group sues 20 Boston-area landlords, real estate brokers for housing discrimination
A housing watchdog group is suing 20 Boston-area landlords and real estate brokers for discrimination against low-income tenants, after conducting an investigation with “testers” who identified themselves as prospective tenants looking for housing.
These Boston, MA based Pets are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around boston.
High End Stolen Cars from Exter Found in Boston
Two high end cars stolen from Foss Motors in Exeter early last Saturday morning were later found in parking garages in Boston. The two vehicles, a 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody and a 2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, are reportedly worth over $76,000 each. Anyone with information is asked...