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Massachusetts State Police Arrest Drug Suspect, Seize Suspected Carfentanil and Fentanyl

Troopers from the the Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit and Brockton Police detectives on Friday evening arrested a Brockton man and seized various types of narcotics, including several baggies containing suspected carfentanil and a large amount of fentanyl.


Swampscott family makes donation to library

The Buonopane family of Swampscott are frequent visitors to the Swampscott library. Having a child with Down Syndrome, Stefanie Buonopane was disappointed to find only one outdated kids book and only a few resources for parents on the subject. She decided to ask friends and family to donate books to


N.H. police: Lawrence man was driving wrong way on I-93 while under influence

SALEM, N.H. — A Lawrence man was arrested just after midnight Sunday after he drove miles in the wrong direction on Interstate 93 while under the influence, state police said.


Father of Sandy Hook victim dies in apparent suicide at town hall, police say

NEWTOWN, Conn. — The father of one of the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting died in an apparent suicide Monday at Newtown town hall, police said. Police were called to 45 Main St. to investigate the report of a suicide.


State police plan sobriety checkpoint in Essex County this weekend

Col. Kerry A. Gilpin, superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, announced that a “sobriety checkpoint” will be implemented by the Massachusetts State Police on a public way in Essex County this weekend.


Lynn receives two bids of $2 million-plus for the redevelopment of the former Marshall Middle School

LYNN — The city has received two bids of $2 million-plus for the redevelopment of the former Thurgood Marshall Middle School into affordable senior housing. One developer is proposing demolition, while the other is seeking to rehabilitate and reuse the building.


Family Dollar in downtown Lynn is for sale for $2.285 million

LYNN — City officials have plans for a “better use” for a downtown dollar store that has been listed for sale. Family Dollar, a 8,455 square-foot freestanding building at 50 Central Ave., is listed for $2.285 million, according to documents obtained from the Economic Development & Industrial Corpora


Developer Jask Western LLC paid $4 million for a 30-unit apartment complex on Western Avenue in Lynn

Four triple deckers on Western Avenue were purchased by an investor for $4 million. (Photo courtesy of LoopNet) In another sign that Lynn’s real estate market is hot, hot, hot, a developer paid $4 million for a 30-unit apartment complex on Western Avenue, according to the Southern Essex District Reg


Barr Summary of Mueller Report Not Enough For Many Massachusetts Dems

Democrats do not want to take U.S. Attorney General William Barr's word for it that President Donald Trump did not obstruct Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether his campaign colluded with Russia to sway the 2016 presidential election, and are demanding the full report be made


Man Killed In 3-Car Crash In Dedham

DEDHAM (CBS) — A man was killed in a car crash on Washington Street and Route 1 in Dedham Monday. Three cars were involved, according to the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office.


Judge finds LeeMichael Collins, accused of attacking woman found by trucker near Massachusetts Turnpike, too dangerous for bail

SPRINGFIELD — A man accused of attacking a woman who was found by the Massachusetts Turnpike after she ran through the woods to escape is too dangerous to be released on bail, a Hampden Superior Court judge said Monday.


Rob Gronkowski Announces Retirement From NFL

ATLANTA (CBS) — Rob Gronkowski is officially retiring from the NFL. The tight end made the announcement on Instagram Sunday evening. “It all started at 20 years old on stage at the NFL draft when my dream came true, and now here I am about to turn 30 in a few months with a decision I feel is the big


In Beverly, Innoventures just keeps on growing

BEVERLY — A year and a half after officials cut the ribbon on 13,000 square feet of new labs and offices at Northshore InnoVentures, the space has a lived-in feel. White lab coats hang from hooks. People are conducting experiments in the lab. There are mugs in the break room. The maker space is full


Kyrie Irving: Boston Celtics’ challenge is hard but worth fighting for because ’the end result is standing on that stage’

BOSTON -- If Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving hasn’t made it clear by this point, he’s tired of outside voices trying to diagnose what’s happening with the team. On Sunday, after the Celtics dropped their fourth game in a row -- a 115-96 drubbing at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs -- Irving was a


Swampscott High School filmmaker to be honored

High school filmmakers from across Massachusetts are looking forward to the 2019 Five-minute Student Documentary Contest awards ceremony, scheduled for 10 a.m. March 30 at CinemaSalem, 1 E. India Square Mall, Salem.


Missing Peabody Teen Found Safe

PEABODY, MA -- A Peabody teenager that police feared was on her way to New Jersey or New Hampshire was found safely about four hours after authorities began posting social media message asking for public help to find her. Samantha Marino, 17, had last been seen around 1:30 pm at the Northshore Mall


Why this Boston physician gives his cellphone number to patients

Clement Bottino, MD, a pediatrician at Boston Children's Hospital, has given his cellphone number to patients since he started his practice in 2009. In an op-ed for WBUR, Dr. Bottino said he shares his number with more than 750 patients at his practice, along with hundreds of others during urgent ca


Beverly: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market

BEVERLY, MA — When you're in the market for a new home, keeping tabs on all the latest listings can take hours of tedious investigating online. That's why we've gone ahead and done the initial work for you.


Company proposes cable infrastructure project

HAVERHILL — For years, the mayor and city councilors in Haverhill have received a repeated request from residents: bring another internet and cable provider to town to compete with Comcast.


North Shore Summer Concerts to host concert series in Hamilton

North Shore Summer Concerts announce the 16th annual summer concert series, to be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays in July at the Hamilton-Wenham Community House, 284 Bay Road, Hamilton.