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Hudson police log, Feb. 22 edition
3:50 p.m. River St. Disturbance, general. 4:36 p.m. Main St. Larceny/forgery/fraud. 5:07 p.m. Washington St. MVA, property damage. 10:34 p.m. Kent Dr. Threats. 10:49 p.m. Washington St. Suspicious activity.
Maine judge sentences Massachusetts man to 35 years for murder
A superior court justice sentenced a Massachusetts man Wednesday to 35 years in prison for robbing and killing an Oakfield man more than two years ago. An Aroostook County Superior Court jury found Marcus Asante, 23, of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, guilty in November 2018 of killing Douglas Morin Jr.,
5 weather maps that explain the snowy, wintry mix heading to Massachusetts Wednesday night
A wintry mix of snow, sleet or freezing rain will move into Massachusetts Wednesday night, creating hazardous travel conditions overnight. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. across the entire state, except on Cape Cod and the Islands.
4-year-old Lowell girl becomes third Massachusetts child to die from flu this season
A 4-year-old girl from Lowell has reportedly become the third child to die in Massachusetts from the flu this season. WCVB reported that 4-year-old Puthiraskmey Sopheak of Lowell died Saturday.
Suspicious behavior at hot dog stand leads to arrest for fake license plate
MARLBOROUGH — A Hudson man reportedly acting strangely at Doug’s Dogs on Main Street was arrested Friday when police allegedly found drug paraphernalia in his car, which also had a fake license plate attached.
Icon Fitness Keeps People Healthy with Help from Facilis
HUDSON, MA (February 19, 2019) – Facilis, a leading international supplier of cost-effective, high performance shared storage solutions for collaborative media production networks announced today that Icon Health and Fitness has invested in additional Facilis shared storage networks to support the i
’You’re creating monsters’: Advocates say new rules fail to reform solitary confinement in Massachusetts
Jurrell Laronal spent 10 years in Massachusetts prisons and has been in solitary confinement more times than he can remember, beginning at age 19. He’s been in cells that are too hot or too cold or have black mold, he said. He’s been given a choice between a shower and extra food, been denied a blan
Saturdays at Fay to present Jungle Jim’s Superhero Training
Southborough – The Fay School will be presenting Jungle Jim’s Superhero Training as part of its Saturdays at Fay Program on Saturday, March 9 from 10-11 a.m. Join Jungle Jim and learn what it takes to be a true superhero! During the program, the audience will be transformed into traditional superher
Worcester Man Dies Following Rollover Crash in Auburn
A rollover crash in Auburn claimed the life of a Worcester man on Tuesday morning. The man has been identified as Carlos Mendoza, 28. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Protesters denounce Trump's 'national emergency' over border wall
SUDBURY – Joining protests around the nation, demonstrators gathered at Hudson and Concord roads Monday to denounce President Donald Trump's declaration of a "national emergency" along the U.S.-Mexico border.
N.H. 6-year-old medflighted Sunday after sledding accident
What was supposed to be a day of sledding fun off of Horse Hill Road in Marlborough, New Hampshire, with family and friends turned into a scary situation involving a 6-year-old girl on Sunday.
Woman Tries To Buy iPhones With Stolen Identity: Police
MARLBOROUGH, MA- A Florida woman is facing several charges including larceny and identity theft after she was caught trying to buy iPhones from the Solomon Pond Mall in Marborough with a stolen identity, according to police.
After 63 years of marriage, Holden husband and wife die within hours
HOLDEN — Just before Christmas Richard "Chick" Nylen, had a talk with his daughter. It was about his wife, her mother, Blanche Nylen, who had been battling cancer. Despite rallying once, she wasn't doing very well.
Massachusetts State Police investigating early morning fatal crash
A rollover crash at about 12:55 a.m. this morning in Auburn claimed the life of a Worcester man. Preliminary investigation by Trooper Timothy Rafferty indicates that Carlos Mendoza, 28, of Worcester was traveling on the ramp structure from I-90 Eastbound to Route 290 Eastbound in a 2003 Nissan Pathf
Why Massachusetts Stink Bug Population Could Disappear
If you are a fan of stink bugs, you will not like this story. Last month's cold spells may have killed off a vast majority of them here in Massachusetts. While the snow drought continues (for the most part) here on the SouthCoast, the winter has still made itself known. We have had our fair share of
Federal investigation into death of Worcester Firefighter Christopher Roy begins
A federal investigation into the death of Christopher Roy, a Worcester firefighter killed battling a blaze in December, has begun, officials said. Roy, who had been a Worcester firefighter for two and a half years, was fighting flames at 7 Lowell St. on Dec. 9 when he became trapped on the second fl
Fed jury acquits Worcester police Sgt. Stephen Roche of brutality
WORCESTER — An eight-member U.S. District Court jury found police Sgt. Stephen Roche not guilty Tuesday of using excessive force against Jose L. Ortiz, a livery driver, during a 2014 drug raid.
Selectmen agree to implement truck exclusion for portion of Davis Street
Northborough – Northborough’s Department of Public Works Director Scott Charpentier reported to the Board of Selectmen at their Feb. 11 meeting that he and Town Engineer Fred Litchfield have received emails from residents on Davis Street regarding traffic concerns west of the Southwest Cutoff.
Just Listed $1.6 Million Natick Home
NATICK, MA -- This Natick home at 3 Jennison Circle was just listed for $1,650,000 and sits just on the Weston/ Wellesley line. The home has plenty of space to entertain with an open kitchen, a living room and a family room and a spacious backyard. The home's three fireplaces not only add warmth but
Tavern planned for old Sully's Pub in Marlborough
MARLBOROUGH — A father and son with experience in the restaurant industry plan to open their own place in the spot that was once home to Sully’s First Edition Pub. The Florence Street space was most recently O’Hearn’s Tavern, which was only open for a short time. Sully’s closed in 2015.