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Route 3 Crash Kills Pedestrian: Police

WEYMOUTH, MA - A person is dead after a crash involving a pedestrian on Route 3 North Sunday evening, State Police said. The crash occurred north of Exit 15. The left lane is closed in the area. WEYMOUTH, MA - A person is dead after a crash involving a pedestrian on Route 3 North Sunday evening, Sta

PATCH - 2017-11-20 00:15:53

Police investigating after body found in West Roxbury Sunday morning

BOSTON - Boston Police responded to reports of a body found in West Roxbury Sunday morning. Police confirmed to Boston 25 News that the body was found at a housing complex on Temple St. in West Roxbury. It's unclear if the incident was a criminal act. Boston Police are actively investigating the sit

FOX25BOSTON.COM - 2017-11-19 14:20:40

Witness: Father, Child Hit by Car in Westwood, Mass.

NBC Boston Two pedestrians were injured in a crash in Westwood, Massachusetts, police confirm, and a witness said the victims of the crash were a father and his child. The crash happened near Pond Street and Lakeshore Drive on Sunday. Initial reports from Westwood police described a major accident i

NECN - 2017-11-19 20:04:28

Two Arrested Following Stabbing In Peabody Restaurant's Kitchen

PEABODY - Two men were in custody Sunday night following a fight in the kitchen of the Century House in Peabody that ended with a 52-year-old man being taken by ambulance to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston with stab wounds. In a statement Sunday night, police said the victim was in stable c

PATCH - 2017-11-20 00:16:16

Charles Manson: an unhinged pop culture figure - The Boston Globe

Charles Manson, who died on Sunday at 83, has loomed large in American culture ever since a brutal killing spree by his gang of followers, called the Manson family, claimed the lives of the actress Sharon Tate and eight others in the summer of 1969. Manson once dreamed of stardom, and he assembled a

BOSTON GLOBE - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Niki Farrell to show on the North Shore

Marblehead High School '10 graduate Niki Farrell is showing her paintings in several North Shore galleries and establishments from November to January. See the locations and dates below. Upstairs Downstairs Antiques 93 Charles St., Beacon Hill, Boston Nov. 13 through Jan. 6 Gallery 95 at Porter Mill

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-19 17:25:52

Smart Benefits: IRS Updates Guidance on Assessing 2015 Employer Penalties

Here are the highlights of the updated Q&A guidance: Informing an ALE of Potential Liability. Q&A-55 states that the IRS will issue a Letter 226J to notify an ALE of a proposed penalty amount. The letter will include a brief explanation of the ACA's employer mandate, a payment summary table itemizin

GOLOCALWORCESTER.COM - 2017-11-19 23:59:59

Peter S. Cohan: WPI professor making progress on health apps

In 2013, a WPI computer science professor partnered with University of Massachusetts Medical School to explore the possibility of introducing Sugar, an app to help diabetics, which was still being tested two years later. In 2017 he was collaborating with researchers at Brown and Boston universities

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-20 11:16:00

Cleveland cadets collect items for homeless veterans

For the last two weeks, Cleveland High School AFJROTC cadets have been collecting items in conjunction with a local military surplus store to build backpacks for homeless Veterans. These backpacks contain items such as blankets, flashlights, hygiene items, socks and underwear. On Nov. 13, Cadet Majo

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-18 20:11:00

Pate named CISD Teacher of the Week

Tina Pate is the Cleveland ISD Teacher of the Week for the school week ending Nov. 17. Pate, a sixth-grade teacher at Eastside Intermediate, has been a teacher for four years. The Teacher of the Week award is sponsored by KORG 95.3 FM and Station Manager Jeff McClain, Anderson Ford Quick Lane Tire a


Body pulled from Lake Conroe

LAKE CONROE - Officials pulled the body of an elderly man from Lake Conroe on Friday morning. First responders received a call for a drowning after 9 a.m. stating that a man - later identified as Larry Guy, 69, of Conroe - was found unresponsive next to a boat on the south side of the lake. When res


Toys for Tots set to bring Christmas joy

Christmas will soon be upon residents of San Jacinto County and for those who are not as financially able to shop for their children, the Toys for Tots program is coming back to help alleviate the financial stress. Toys for Tots is a program directed by the United States Marine Corps Reserve that pr

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-19 09:11:00

Man rescues dog bobbing near San Luis Pass

FREEPORT - A dog was rescued by a man who found her bobbing in the water off the coast of Freeport has been reunited with her owners. Jodi Durham was out in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday morning and thought he saw something bobbing in the water. He quickly ruled it out as being a pelican or a dolphin

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-11-18 21:16:06

Needville rebounds quickly against Liberty Hill to win 3-1

GARLAND - The Needville Lady Jays defeated the Liberty Hill Lady Panthers in four sets on Saturday at the Curtis Culwell Center to advance to the state championship, 18-25, 25-15, 25-12 and 25-12. It has been 15 years since the Needville volleyball program has made an appearance in the state tournam

FORT BEND HERALD - 2017-11-18 13:58:00

GPI, TxDOT field questions on Grand Parkway construction

Grand Parkway Infrastructure (GPI) officials were overwhelmed with the turnout at the first of many public meetings scheduled as the final leg of SH-99 completes the Loop around Houston. The ballroom of the Dayton Community Center was buzzing with up to 200 residents who filed in to see firsthand th

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-18 14:48:00

Child, 7, honored for calling 911, saving mother's life

When 7-year-old James saw his mom repeatedly having seizures and losing consciousness on an afternoon in September at their home in Conroe, the Geisinger Elementary School student sprang into action. He dialed 911, a life-saving call that helped his mom survive the traumatic event, police officials


Native American Heritage Month: A rich culture and a bright future

The month of November is federally recognized as Native American Heritage Month. First People across the nation are provided a platform to share their culture and traditions in their communities. Growing up on the San Manuel Indian Reservation in the early 1970s was a challenging experience due to i

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-20 02:30:33

Hoist rescue plucks ill hiker from trail above Forest Falls

A hiker who became sick while hiking at high altitude was rescued by helicopter and taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries Sunday afternoon, Nov. 19, according to a San Bernardino County Sheriff's news release. Connie Ferraro, 52, of Palmdale, because ill while trying to

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-20 02:38:29

More conflict over Redlands' Liberty Lane development for veterans

Last Saturday as the nation celebrated Veterans Day, the Liberty Lane veterans housing complex in the city of Redlands was once again under attack - this time in a lawsuit aimed at stopping the development before it starts. After months of delay, the 80-unit housing complex was finally approved by t

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-20 02:30:49

Displaced Puerto Rican students continue their studies at Cal State San Bernardino

Hurricane Maria killed dozens of people, knocked out power to 80 percent of Puerto Rico and left many residents without clean drinking water in their homes. One analysis says the powerful hurricane might have caused up to $95 billion in damage. But four Puerto Rican graduate students did not let Mar

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-19 14:01:59