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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.
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.
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
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.
Boston police arrest 2, recover illegal firearm in South Boston
Officers who spotted a vehicle with heavily tinted windows at the Speedway gas station on Old Colony Avenue about 6:18 p.m. checked the license plate and determined the driver, Darius A. Carter, 27, of Dorchester, had a suspended license, according to a post on the department’s website.
Shark attack victim suffers puncture wounds to his torso, legs
Truro was the site of the last shark attack on Cape Cod, in July 2012, when a Colorado man suffered a bite off Ballston Beach.
‘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
Teenage Girl Awoken By Break-In At Peabody Home
Police are investigating a Peabody home invasion that took place in broad daylight Wednesday morning while a teenager was inside. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
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
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.
Threat of storms looms for evening commute; humidity on the rise
“Through the evening commute, that chance of storms starts to shift north and west of Boston,” StormTeam 5 Meteorologist Kelly Ann Cicalese said. “That’s really where we are going to see storm chances.”
Somerville Mayor Vows To 'Never Drink Sam Adam's Beer Again'
I will never drink Sam Adam's beer again!— Joseph A. Curtatone (@JoeCurtatone)August 12, 2018
Man charged with Dorchester murder, five years after his acquittal for another murder
Boston Policereportarresting Frederick O. Reynoso, 26, of Roslindale, on charges heshot Abran Castillo of Everett to deathon Claybourne Street in Dorchester on June 5.
Sex offender a no-show in court, warrant issued
Judge Timothy Feeley issued a warrant for Debbie Moccia, 63, of 129 Water St., Lawrence, after he was told that Moccia was not in court because she planned to seek admission to Boston Medical Center.
MBTA's New Red Line Model Car On Display At Boston City Hall
BOSTON (CBS) — Commuters can get a sneak peek of the MBTA’s new Red Line cars Tuesday. A model will be on display at Boston City Hall this week.An MBTA Red Line car model is on display at City Hall (Photo Courtesy: MBTA)According toMassDOT Communications Director Jacquelyn Goddard, the public can vi
Police: Man fatally shot was a Boston city worker
Allan worked as a highway foreman, according to city payroll records. There are currently no suspects, but the department is continuing an investigation.
The mayor of Somerville says he's never again drinking Sam Adams beer after company founder met with President Donald Trump
Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone says he plans to never again touch Sam Adams beer after Jim Koch, the founder of Boston Beer Co., met with President Donald Trump.
Minuteman to Host Open House for 5 New Adult Training Programs
LEXINGTON – Minuteman Technical Institute (MTI), a branch of the Minuteman School District, is hosting an Open House to share information on five new training programs being offered to adults. The programs will run in the evening beginning October 1st.
Man Killed When Crowbar Goes Through Windshield
Authorities said an investigation showed that the driver, John Madaio, 63, of Paxton, was driving along Route 9 when a crowbar was either kicked-up or fell from another vehicle.