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Workers at Everett/Chelsea Stop & Shop Store on Strike
Workers across the Greater Boston region took to the picket lines on Friday, April 12, to fight a continued contract battle against Stop & Shop – and workers were out in force at the Everett/Chelsea location as well.
Day care closed after toddler found wandering in middle of road
PEABODY, Mass. — A Peabody day care was shut down Friday after a toddler walked out of the facility and was found wandering in the middle of a street by a stranger. Police said the 2-year-old somehow got out of the Watch-A-Tot day care sometime after being dropped off around 8 a.m.
PHOTO FLASHBACK: Hingham High School Class of 1971
A trip down memory lane from the Hingham High School 1971 yearbook. Yearbooks starting at 1933 can be found at Hingham Public Library. If you know someone in the photos unnamed, email email@example.com.
Police: Man carries woman into path of dump truck
GLOUCESTER, Mass. — A 41-year-old man was charged with attempted murder after police said he picked up a woman he was having a dispute with and carried her into a road in front of an oncoming dump truck.
With few laws on the books, deal-making rampant between towns and developers
After months spent trying to convince the developer behind a residential project near Scituate's Hatherly Beach to address her concerns about losing what she called a "wildlife oasis" near the water, Christine Loeb learned last year that the company had offered to do something else: build the town a
Driver faces charges after crashing into Marylou's coffee shop, Shell Gas station in Brockton
BROCKTON, Mass. — A vehicle crashed through the front window and into a gas station convenience store in Brockton on Thursday night. Video and photos from the scene showed the sedan partially inside the Marylou's and Shell Gas station on Belmont Street.
Message from Hingham Town Moderator
Town Meeting starts on Monday, April 22 at the high school. Doors will open at 5:30. Please check in early, so we can start on time. We will begin by seating voters in the gym, using other venues within the high school as may prove necessary, as well as the middle school auditorium, if need be.
Boston police investigating double stabbing in Downtown Crossing
BOSTON (WHDH) - Boston police are investigating an early Saturday morning double stabbing in Downtown Crossing. Officers responding to the area of Summer Street around 2:30 a.m. found one person suffering from life-threatening stab wounds and another suffering from non-life-threatening stab wounds,
Hingham Public Library announces upcoming schedule
Hingham Public Library recently announced its upcoming schedule of events at 66 Leavitt St. For more information, visit http://hinghamlibrary.org. “Eyes on Owls” program for kids; paddling guide for adults.
Saugus Police log April 14
At 12:04 a.m. a caller reported a male riding a bike in and out of the woods and screaming in the area of Altamount Avenue. An officer reported a male was lost trying to get to Oak Grove. He stated he was yelling at his phone because it died. He was sent on his way with directions.
Peabody woman rescues a toddler standing in traffic
PEABODY — Joann Cronin couldn’t believe her eyes Friday morning when she saw a toddler walking in the middle of Lowell Street. The Peabody Municipal Federal Credit Union assistant manager slammed on her brakes, jumped out of her car, and scooped up the 2-year-old.
Bridgewater police make arrest in series of business break-ins
BRIDGEWATER, MASS. (WHDH) - Bridgewater police say they have made an arrest in connection to a recent string of business break-ins over the last three days. A person, whose name has not been released, was taken into custody late Thursday night.
Bruins’ Zdeno Chara Hilariously Knocks Over Maple Leafs Forward In Game 5
BOSTON — Getting in Zdeno Chara’s way continues to be a poor decision. Tyler Ennis felt Chara’s wrath early in Game 5 of the first-round Stanley Cup playoff series between the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs, as seen on NESN. After Tuukka Rask smothered the puck a little over three minutes int
The new casino in Everett dominates the skyline. Not everyone’s a fan
Despite how it feels to Nancy Thomas, the Wynn Resorts casino that appears to have been airlifted straight from the Vegas Strip and dropped into a desolate patch of Everett is not literally “menacing” her.
100 grams of cocaine seized in Brockton raid; 2 arrested
BROCKTON — A man and a woman were arrested and accused of possessing more than 100 grams of cocaine after their home was raided Friday morning. The Brockton police Narcotics Unit and Special Reaction Team, a tactical group similar to a SWAT unit, executed a search warrant on the second-floor at 38 H
The Good Friday procession makes its way around Lynn
A Roman soldiers played by Wilbur Guevara flogs Jesus, played by Angel Perez, as he carries the cross down South Common Street during the Stations of the Cross Procession from Lynn Common to St. Joseph's Church on Good Friday.
Man who sent powder to Trump sons, others gets 5 years' probation
BOSTON — A Massachusetts man who sent threatening letters with white powder to President Donald Trump's sons, Antonio Sabato Jr., Sen. Debbie Stabenow and a law professor was sentenced Friday in federal court to five years of probation.
One Critical After Downtown Crossing Fight
Boston police are investigating an early Saturday morning fight in Downtown Crossing that left one person with critical injuries. Police were still on scene this morning and details have yet to be released.
Rob Gronkowski has one word statement after denting a Super Bowl trophy: 'Oopsies'
BOSTON — Rob Gronkowski may have retired from professional football, but he hasn't quit his trademark antics. The former New England Patriots tight end dented the team's newest Super Bowl trophy by using it to bunt a baseball just before the Boston Red Sox home opener at Fenway Park, according to a
9 People Rescued From Charles River After Crew Boat Capsizes
CAMBRIDGE (CBS) — Nine people were rescued from the Charles River by the Cambridge Fire Department Friday morning. A boat capsized around 7 a.m., the Fire Department tweeted.