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Rindge police look to identify man who poured maple syrup on cruiser
Rindge police said a couch was set on fire, trash cans were thrown around, a church sign was vandalized, and people were seen screaming obscenities.
Lunenburg Police Chief says he did not authorize use of photo in state Sen. Tran recent campaign mailer
A spokesman with the Ethics Commission, while not commenting on any specific or potential violation of ethics, when explained the photograph of the Lunenburg town employees appearing in a Tran campaign mailer referenced the following provision in the commission's guidelines for public employees.
Local roundup: Gardner's Colon scores in loss to Panthers
GARDNER -- Javian Colon gave the home crowd reason to cheer on an otherwise tough day for the Gardner High School football team, which fell to visiting Ayer Shirley, 45-8, at Stone Field on Saturday.
Police: 31-Year-Old Pedestrian Dies After Being Hit by Car
Published at 5:18 AM EDT on Oct 23, 2018 | Updated 2 minutes ago NBC10 Boston A 31-year-old Massachusetts man died after being hit by a car late Monday evening, according to authorities. Rowley police said officers responded to the scene on Haverhill Street around 11 p.m., where they found the Glouc
Three arrested after two brothels discovered in Lincoln
Three people have been arrested after an investigation uncovered two brothels in Lincoln.The two premises, where men use prostitutes, were found as part of a sting by the National Crime Agency who are looking into human trafficking and modern slavery.A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: “We
Victims shocked, confused by random assaults allegedly committed by Devon Williams
Williams, 27, of Springfield, is accused of punching and kicking a 55-year-old man Sept. 9 at the casino. He is charged in Springfield District Court with assault with intent to murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot), and has pleaded not guilty.
Large Storm To Bring Plenty Of Rain Saturday And Maybe Snow In Spots
BOSTON (CBS) - Coastal storm season has arrived. Wait what? It's only October you say? Too early for Nor'easters, snowfall and coastal flood threats? How quickly you forget! Let me refresh your memory with just a few major storms in late October in recent years. October 29-30, 2017: Bombogenesis! Fl
Suspect to police: 'I've been breaking the law for 51 years'
Deborah "Debbie" Moccia, 63, told college officers she has been "breaking the law for 51 years" when confronted on the Route 114 campus Thursday afternoon, according to a statement.
Holly Piirainen's family still searching for answers 25 years after her body was found
A large search was conducted by local and state police, sheriff's departments, and police from Rhode Island and Connecticut, but nothing was found.
Editorial: Breaking the culture of sleep deprivation - The Tufts Daily
Many universities boast 24-hour libraries and dining halls. Harvard’s undergraduateLamont Libraryis open 24 hours a day; MIT offersthreelibraries with 24-hour access. This might sound appealing for students who want access to a library during all hours of the day. Students could work late into the n
NWS: Tornadoes Confirmed on the Cape and Lincoln, RI
A tornado warning was in effect for about an hour in parts of Norfolk, Bristol, and Plymouth counties in Massachusetts, as well as part of Providence County in Rhode Island Tuesday afternoon.
Officials determine cause of deadly fire in Orange
ORANGE, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- The cause of a deadly house fire in Orange late last week has been determined.Local and state officials said in a joint statement that the fire at 43 West Main Street in Orange, which began in the living room, was caused by the improper disposal of smoke materials.The fire
Suspect who stabbed state trooper on Friday identified
NEW SALEM, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - State Police have identified the person, 18-year-old Nghia Le of Manchester, New Hampshire, who stabbed a Massachusetts State Police trooper on Friday.
Marijuana dispensary on schedule to open for medical sales in Leominster
LEOMINSTER -- The city's first marijuana dispensary is expected to open by the end of the year, but it is no longer actively planning to offer recreational sales, according to a developer involved with the project.
Sylvia Ley Part 1, Red Meats and Diabetes
In part 1 of thisExclusive Interview, Sylvia Ley talks withDiabetes in ControlPublisher Steve Freed about red meats and diabetes, the difference between red meat and processed red meat, and the implications for consuming either.
Dad Pleads Not Guilty to Manslaughter in Death of Daughter
The Telegram & Gazette reports that Marvin Brito, of Fitchburg, was held after pleading not guilty Monday in Superior Court to manslaughter in the April 10 killing of Sofia Brito.
DEEP identifies man killed in Brookfield boating incident
BROOKFIELD, CT (WFSB) - One man has died after a boating accident on Candlewood Lake in Brookfield. The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection identified the man as 48-year-old Gary Hayes of East Hartford. DEEP said its crews were called to Candlewood Lake around 12:30 p.m. on Sunday for
Police Seek Suspects In Walgreens Armed Robbery
WORCESTER, MA—Detectives are looking to the public to help find two suspects involved in a commercial armed robbery at the Walgreens on Park Ave early Sunday morning.Around 6 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 14, police were called to the Walgreens at 320 Park Ave., where a pharmacist said that a man had jumped
Rindge police respond to serious assault as well as vandalism over the weekend
Anair said approximately 30 “juveniles” were gathered at the Rindge Town Common near the intersections of Main Street, School Street, and Payson Hill Road late Saturday night into early Sunday morning. In addition to toilet papering the common, people also poured maple syrup on two police cruisers,
Fitchburg father pleads not guilty in daughter’s death - The Boston Globe
■FATHER PLEADS NOT GUILTYA Massachusetts man charged in the beating death of his 6-year-old daughter has been held without bail. The Telegram & Gazette reports that Marvin Brito, of Fitchburg, was held after pleading not guilty Monday in Superior Court to manslaughter in the April 10 killing of Sofi