Free Rain Barrels Available for Whitman ResidentsDianna CarneyNewsBreak Contributor
Hanover Food Truck Night Will Return for 6th Year!Dianna CarneyNewsBreak Contributor
Locals Fight to Save Quincy's 'Ruth Gordon Amphitheater'Dianna CarneyNewsBreak Contributor
Local Establishment Announces New Location in WinthropDianna CarneyNewsBreak Contributor
Mayor Cahill Highlights Beverly's Resilience and Promising Future in State of the City AddressZonelifeCommunity Voice
This Sheriff's Office tool helps police officers promote peaceful solutions
HOPKINTON — Police work is different than it was years ago. It used to be that when officers engaged with a disturbed person, it often led to violence or even use of a firearm, Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian said. Now an officer's first duty is to try to de-escalate...
Lynn woman to face judge amid investigation into video that showed officer repeatedly punching her
The woman was told to leave a rooming house, but she allegedly refused, and it escalated from there.
Stimulus update: Second direct payment worth up to $400 to be paid to Massachusetts residents in 24 days
Recipients of the Chelsea Eats program in Chelsea, Massachusetts, will receive the second payment worth up to $400 in 24 days.
Matt Damon, Casey Affleck spotted filming movie in Boston
Two famous Massachusetts natives were both spotted in the North End
Wilmington Public Schools Choral & Theatre Support Group To Hold Fundraiser At Chipotle On March 27
WOBURN, MA — The Wilmington Public Schools Choral & Theatre Support Group (WPS CATS) has organized a fundraiser at the Chipotle in Woburn (112 Commerce Way) on Monday, March 27, 2023, from 4pm to 8pm. 33% of each sale will be donated to the CATS group. Just bring the flyer below or show it on your phone. Order online for pickup using the code RTXJ9PP.
2 men charged in Walmart ‘return scheme’
Two men were arrested in connection with a merchandise return scheme in Raynham Monday, according to authorities.
Mexican man living in Massachusetts pleads guilty to trafficking Fentanyl, illegally re-entering U.S.
“A Mexican man residing in Lawrence pleaded guilty yesterday to possessing fentanyl intended for distribution and to illegally re-entering the United States after deportation. Jesus Gracielo Garcia-Vega a/k/a Jonathan Ivan Badillo-Hernandez, 35, pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute fentanyl, and one count of unlawful re-entry...
UMass Chan, Lahey Hospital approved for regional medical campus in Burlington
Two Massachusetts medical institutions have received approval to establish a new regional medical campus in Burlington. UMass Chan Medical School and Lahey Hospital and Medical Center signed an agreement to establish the campus at the Burlington hospital in December. The two institutions announced Thursday they have received approval from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the accrediting body of medical schools in the United States and Canada.
WILMINGTON POLICE LOG for March 20, 2023
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Monday, March 20, 2023:. Nichols Street resident was pumping water into roadway. Police advised him of town bylaws. Road was icy. DPW notified and sent sander through the area. (8:41am) Police spoke with an Ayotte Street resident...
Boston police investigating after pedestrian struck by vehicle in Hyde Park
Boston police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in Hyde Park Wednesday night
Arkansas Man Arrested in Massachusetts with Several Guns and Ammo
A 20-year-old Arkansas man was arrested by Massachusetts State Police on Sunday morning in South Boston for having several guns in his possession that he apparently purchased legally in Arkansas. According to the report from News5, Tayvian Chamberlain from Bentonville, Arkansas told police he has the guns for protection. Chamberlain...
Select Board, Cultural District reach agreement
WINCHESTER - Members of Winchester’s Cultural District including chair Hilda Wong-Do stopped by the most recent Select Board meeting looking for the board to execute a management agreement allowing the district to become a non-profit entity. Right now, Wong-Do said everything runs through the Griffin Museum. Town Counsel Jay...
POLICE LOG 3/23/23
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Investigation underway after rifle stolen from Massachusetts State Police cruiser
The incident appears to have been a "targeted and planned break-in," a source told Boston 25.
Breakfast with the Easter Bunny at The Cottage
So first things first. Kudos to Wellesley and The Cottage for calling it like it is. It’s the Easter Bunny. The Weston “spring bunny” is the little dude that raced across Merriam Street last evening, executed a perfect 180 right in front of our car by jumping straight up in the air, twisting upside down and all around in mid-flight, and racing back to live another day eating nascent tulip bulbs.
Boston police locate 12-year-old boy who went missing last week
Boston police have located the missing 12-year-old boy who went missing last week
Rifle stolen out of Mass. State Police cruiser broken into overnight in Malden
A rifle was stolen out of a Massachusetts State Police cruiser during a car break-in overnight. Police are searching for the suspect in the theft. The Massachusetts State Police cruiser was parked in a garage at a residential complex in Malden when the break-in occurred late Wednesday night, according to Massachusetts State Police spokesperson Dave Procopio.
Recycling & Trash News
It's almost time for yard waste season to begin again. Please be sure you are placing out yard waste correctly. Never use plastic of any kind, or your yard waste will be rejected and left behind. Our yard waste is being composted into soil, so we need cooperation from all residents to keep plastic out of our natural environment.
Massachusetts Postal Carrier Sentenced For Trying To Bribe Supervisor To Participate In Packages Of Cocaine
A Massachusetts postal worker was sentenced in federal court in Boston for attempting to bribe a postal supervisor inside the car and sell them cocaine. Massachusetts Postal Attempted To Bribe A Supervisor. According to the United States Attorney’s Office of Massachusetts, on Wednesday, a Massachusetts postal worker was sentenced in...
Registration open for 2023 Bay State Summer Games
WOBURN — Registration for the 41st annual Bay State Summer Games is now open. The 2023 Summer Games will include 30 sports with competitions from June 3 to July 29 at venues throughout Eastern and Central Massachusetts, including Game On in Fitchburg, Boston Sports Institute in Wellesley, Union Point Sports Complex in Weymouth, and New England Sports Center in Marlborough. Bay State Games participants range in age from 5 to over age 75 and represent more than 300 Massachusetts communities as well as surrounding New England States in some sports.
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