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While Facing A Murder Charge, Man Sentenced On Beverly Gun Charge
BEVERLY, MA -- An Everett man awaiting trial for the shooting death of a Somerville football player was sentenced to five years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to unrelated charges from a case out of Beverly. In a plea agreement, Tony Dyshaun Harris, 29, pleaded guilty to charges of being
Boston storage facility was housing several people, officials say
Officials said they noticed several people were using the space as living quarters. In addition to some units being occupied by people, the units contained curtains, coolers, food and electrical extension cords.
DA: Driver flees police, killed in multi-vehicle crash moments later
According to investigators, police in Billerica were attempting to stop the driver on Billerica Avenue for a vehicle registration violation. Authorities said the driver sped away from the officer, heading toward Lowell.
Gang member convicted of shooting 2 at Boston subway station
Authorities say the Huntington, New York, man was on a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority train on the afternoon of Jan. 19, 2016, when he had a gang-related conflict with another passenger.
3 Alarm Fire In Roxbury, But No Injuries: Boston Fire
BOSTON, MA — Some Roxbury residents got an unhappy wake up alarm this morning as a fire ripped through a three story Brownstone just before 5:20 a.m.When firefighters arrived they were met with heavy smoke at 6 Linwood Square and called a second alarm and then a third. Just after 6 a.m. the fire was
Boston police seek man in connection with double murder
Antoine is accused of fatally shooting Wilfred Peters, 26, of Brighton, and Jeffrey Montaque, 27, of Cambridge at Faneuil and Brackett streets in Brighton on June 30 shortly after 12:30 a.m.
Bird Rides Inc., scooter rental company that violated rules, leaves Cambridge and Somerville
A pedestrian walks past two Bird dockless scooters, one laying on its side, in the middle of a sidewalk in the Westwood section of Los Angeles, California, July 10, 2018. - Dozens of cities across the US are grappling with the growing trend of electric scooters which users can unlock with a smartpho
Shark attack victim suffers puncture wounds to torso, legs
TRURO, Mass. —Authorities were investigating a shark attack at a beach in Truro.Sources tell WCVB a man was bitten by a shark at Long Nook Beach in Truro. The beach is on the Atlantic Ocean side of the peninsula.AdvertisementThe assistant harbormaster in Truro said the victim is a 61-year-old man. G
Four fun things for the weekend
International act and Boston's own Bon Jovi tribute "Living On A Bad Name" produces the most powerful Bon Jovi concert in the impersonating industry. Living On A Bad Name has gone from a new, unknown act in 2010 to the most preferred Bon Jovi tribute act in America today, even replacing the real Bon
People Found Living in Rented Storage Facility Units
Shortly before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, the Boston Health Commission and Inspectional Services Department conducted an inspection at the CubeSmart storage facility on 968 Massachusetts Ave., where they found the "residents,” according to Boston police.
Dog Found Abandoned, Dying With Corn Cob Lodged in Intestine
Twix, a 4-year-old pit bull mix, was found vomiting and dehydrated along Route 28 near Blue Hills Reservation in Milton.
Arrigo:New Parking Meters Will be Installed Throughout the City
“At minimum, there was complete mismanagement of that department [Parking Department] that goes back to 2010 and even further, given that there were some internal controls that were never in place,” said Arrigo. “There were no controls in place in terms of the cash handling process, unaccounted for
DA: Dorchester man shot, killed Everett man in marijuana deal gone bad
Frederick Reynoso, 26, was held without bail at his arraignment Wednesday in Dorchester Municipal Court for his alleged role in a shooting that claimed the life of 25-year-old Abran Castillo.
Mother, Father And Son Sentenced In Peabody Tax Evasion Case
PEABODY, MA -- The owners of Giovanni's Roast Beef & Pizza in Peabody avoided jail time after pleading guilty last year to hiding $2.8 million from federal tax authorities.William Panousos, 67, Theodora Panousos, 65;, and their son, Konstantinos Panousos, 39, were sentenced in U.S. Federal Court in
Person hit by train in downtown Boston; Orange Line service suspended
BOSTON —Orange Line service was suspended Tuesday afternoon after a person was hit by a train in downtown Boston.The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority said the incident happened at Haymarket Station.AdvertisementService on the Orange Line was suspended between North Station and Back Bay.Cus
‘I made a lot of bots really angry’: Somerville mayor doubles down on Sam Adams boycott
A sign calling out Jim Koch, the co-founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company, the producers of Samuel Adams beer, for a pro-Trump statement. The sign hangs on a house visible from the parking lot in Jamaica Plain that the brewery uses.–Lane Turner/The Boston Globe
Arraignment delayed for Cambridge man who allegedly solicited ICE agent murder - The Boston Globe
Magistrate Judge Marianne B. Bowler on Monday granted a request from a lawyer for Brandon James Ziobrowski, 33, to move the hearing to Sept. 6 at 2 p.m. in US District Court in Boston, according to legal filings. The arraignment was initially slated for Wednesday.
Boston-Area Mayor Declares War On Sam Adams Brewery After Owner Praised Trump
The mayor of Somerville, Massachusetts, is leading a charge to boycott Sam Adams -- a native Boston brewery named after one our nation's Founding Fathers -- after the owner, Jim Koch, had thetemerityto praise President Donald Trump for his corporate tax cuts.The Boston Business Journal reportsthat K
Boston police investigate whether Alexander Allen, 55-year-old public works employee killed in his sleep Saturday, was targeted
Allen's wife told the newspaper security cameras had been removed from the front of their home before the slaying. She believes it was "well-planned," but was unsure of a motive, according to the Herald's reporting.
Commissioner: 1 dead, 2 injured in Mattapan triple shooting
Three people were shot, one fatally, Tuesday morning in Boston, Police Commissioner William Gross confirmed.