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2 Boston police supervisors on leave in connection with payroll probe
Two Boston police supervisors have been placed on paid leave pending an ongoing investigation into overtime and payroll abuse that has already targeted other officers, according to the department.
There’s a Dill-Lightful Pickle Fair Coming To Boston
The Annual Pickle Fair is returning to Boston's Seaport this summer and it's kind of a big "dill". For the most part, I've been to seafood festivals and I've been to beer festivals and country fairs filled to the brim with homemade cooking, but I have yet to experience a Pickle Fair; it looks like I
Jussie Smollett may have lied. But that doesn’t change the truth: Hate crimes are rising
Jussie Smollett may have lied about being beaten for being black and queer. But we can’t hide the truth: Hate crimes are real. People readily believed Smollett not because of bias against MAGA supporters, not because they love his show “Empire” on Fox, but because of lived experience.
Green Line extension construction means bridge closures in Somerville
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority plans to close three bridges in Somerville for construction of tracks and rights of way for the Green Line extension through that city and into Medford—a project that the agency says “is on schedule.”
Second Boston billionaire linked to Florida prostitution ring
The billionaire founder of a Boston-based equity firm joins Patriots owner Robert Kraft as one of the ultra-rich caught up in the months-long police probe of Florida massage parlors, authorities said.
Massachusetts Man Remains in Critical Condition After Snowmobile Accident
A Massachusetts man is in critical condition following an overnight snowmobile crash on Swift Brook Road near Stacyville. According to the Maine Warden Service, 47 year old Keith Sanford of Benedicta and 55 year Duane Carter of Spencer, Massachusetts were riding in a group on ITS 83 when the men fai
Big Brother Casting Call is Coming to Boston
If you're a fan of the show and currently have some free time on your hands, why not give it a shot?. The CBS reality TV show Big Brother just finished up their 22nd season with the second Celebrity edition and are holding an open casting call in Boston next week.
Report: Robert Kraft ‘Not The Biggest Name’ In South Florida Prostitution Sting
BOSTON (CBS) — The football world — and the country at large — was stunned Friday morning to hear that Patriots owner Robert Kraft was being charged with two counts of soliciting a prostitute. Billionaire businessmen are not often named in such cases.
4 arrested after police chase involving stolen vehicle on I-93
BOSTON (WHDH) - Four people were arrested Friday afternoon following a wild car chase in Boston involving a stolen vehicle, officials said. Troopers who spotted a Ford Edge leaving the tunnel on Route 93 southbound about 4:10 p.m. attempted to initiate a traffic stop when they determined the vehicle
Suspect dead, cop wounded after gunfire erupts in traffic stop
A man was killed and a Boston police officer was wounded in Roxbury Friday after an early morning traffic stop erupted into an exchange of gunfire, police said. Two officers stopped a vehicle on Gerard Street at 2:21 a.m. when the driver “exchanged several rounds of gunfire” with them, shooting one
Steps taken toward new visitor parking sticker program in Malden
City-wide resident sticker parking in Malden may have just taken one step closer towards becoming a reality. At its Feb. 19 meeting, the Malden City Council’s Parking Review Committee unanimously approved part of the visitor parking rules for a larger, city-wide parking sticker program currently und
Saugus Police log Feb. 17
At 1:19 a.m. an officer reported a suspicious vehicle by the Essex Street Fire Station. The parties checked out and were sent on their way. At 6:32 a.m. a Blueridge Avenue resident reported a window in her home was smashed.
Educators in Malden and beyond see pros and cons to AP class system
Dan Mac Alpine firstname.lastname@example.org @ipswich_chron — Advanced Placement classes — taking college-level classes while still in high school — offers opportunity to students even as that opportunity applies pressure to earn college recognition or earn college acceptance with the AP classes as part o
Arrest Made In Medford Stabbing: Police
MEDFORD, MA – Police have made an arrest in connection with a stabbing on Benton Street Thursday evening. Marley Chery, 18, of Wellesley Street, was taken into custody at his home and charged with assault to murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon to wit knife.
Councilors Take Grand Tour of Encore Boston Harbor
While most councilors in Everett have toured the Encore Boston Harbor casino several times over, a small group of councilors had yet to see the five-star facility, and on Feb. 13 they got an eye-full of luxury.
Revere Community Rallies Around Teacher And Coach Joe Ciccarello Following Tragic Home Fire
The Revere community is rallying around popular high school teacher and coach Joe Ciccarello following a one-alarm fire Sunday morning that destroyed the family home in Melrose.
Consultant: Minimal Traffic Impact From Woburn Mall Makeover
WOBURN, MA -- A 10-screen movie theater, 350 new apartments and a makeover of the Woburn Mall's retail spaces will generate fewer -- not more -- car trips according to a traffic study by the property owner. Edens LLC hired MDM Transportation Consultants to perform the traffic study as part of its sp
Pioneer Apartment Community Ready to Greet New Residents
The Pioneer Apartment building has become a singular statement on Revere Beach Parkway about what the future of that section of Everett is likely to be very soon, and owner Andy Montelli said this week that they are ready to begin welcoming potential new residents this week for tours of this first p
Better Bussing – MBTA Meets with Chelsea Community to Discuss Proposed Fare Hike, Projects
Chelsea residents and MBTA officials mingled at the Chelsea Senior Center on Tuesday, February 19, where the MBTA sought community feedback on three new system-wide changes on the horizon: a proposed fare hike, a bus system improvement initiative dubbed The Better Bus Project, and an upgraded progra
R.I. strip club says Boston cop was with 'undesirable' man
PROVIDENCE — Hours before his gun was stolen, Boston police officer Emanuel Brandao was visiting a local strip club with a man the club viewed as "undesirable." Brandao never told investigators about his companion. He only said that he “spent some time” at the club with two women, both of whom said