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Man, 20, shot in Brockton robbery
BROCKTON — A city man was shot Thursday evening in a robbery that police say they believe was targeted. Officers responded to 19 Huntington St., about 7:11 p.m., for a report of a person shot.
Predicted accumulations dip as snowstorm enters Valley
Forecasted snowfall totals dropped ahead of today’s arrival of a winter storm that began to enter the Valley shortly before 1 p.m. The National Weather Service’s latest warning predicts 8 to 14 inches across much of the Susquehanna Valley. The weather service had predicted 12 to 18 inches Friday.
Sale: 'I would love it' if Kimbrel rejoined Sox
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. -- Though there's a tendency to think about Craig Kimbrel in the past tense as it relates to the Red Sox, a reunion shouldn't be entirely ruled out until the fireballing closer signs somewhere else.
O'Leary's faces scrutiny over license at new Brockton location
Marc Larocque Enterprise Staff Writer @Enterprise_Marc — BROCKTON – It was a rough night for the owner of Owen O'Leary's, the Brockton restaurant and pub of 27 years, which closed down abruptly in July after a financial dispute with the landlord.
Medford Man Arrested For Fentanyl Trafficking In Tewksbury: PD
TEWKSBURY, MA - Two men were arrested for selling fentanyl after detectives arranged a drug deal, police said. Kerby Ulysse, 21, of Cambridge, and Wesley Fanfan, 22, of Medford were charged with trafficking fentanyl over 10 grams and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
Brothers train together for ultimate bonding
They have spent more than half their lives on the Personal Best Karate mats, and have a powerful martial arts presence to show for it. Both Eric, 17,and Conrad Wu, 15, are students at the Personal Best Karate School in Norwood, and just earned their Third Degree Black Belts last summer. The training
Winter Storm Approaching New England, Snow Begins This Evening
With the weekend winter storm now just hours away, there have been a few subtle shifts to the forecast. Southern New England will likely see a bit less snow, and more freezing rain and sleet.
Gordon Hayward (personal reasons) out for Boston Celtics game vs. Atlanta Hawks
The Boston Celtics announced today that Gordon Hayward is not with the team and will miss the game against the Atlanta Hawks for personal reasons. They did not clarify what those reasons were, but Hayward and his wife Robyn are expecting their third daughter at any time. The Haywards have two and th
Weymouth police review video of gas station robbery
Ed Baker firstname.lastname@example.org @EdBakerWeymouth — Police are reviewing video surveillance at a Mobil gas station to determine the identities of three men who robbed a clerk of an undetermined amount of cash and cigarettes at 3:30 a.m. Jan. 17.
Lowell woman, 85, struck by vehicle downtown
LOWELL -- An 85-year-old Lowell woman was transported by MedFlight to a Boston-area hospital after she was struck by a vehicle downtown Saturday morning. The woman suffered serious injuries from the incident that occurred at the intersection of Central and Merrimack streets, according to Lowell poli
Two shot, seriously wounded in Egleston Square in Boston
Two people were shot this afternoon, with police saying both sustained life-threatening injures, in Egleston Square. Both victims were rushed to the hospital, police said. The shooting remains an open and active investigation.
Person shot in Hyde Park
A person was shot in Hyde Park Saturday afternoon, Boston police said. The individual, whom police have not named, was shot at about 2:21 p.m. near the intersection of River and Perkins street, according to Officer Kim Tavares, a police spokeswoman. No further information was immediately available.
Quincy police looking for suspects in purse snatching spree
Quincy police are investigating a rash of purse snatchings involving four women who were attacked while walking near the North Quincy MBTA station. The four separate incidents occurred between Jan. 6 and Jan. 11 when the women had their purses ripped away from them in the area of the MBTA station, s
Appeal denied for Brockton man convicted of gun charge
BROCKTON — A man convicted of a gun charge two years ago will remain in state prison after his appeal was denied Friday. Jerry Santos, 34, had filed an appeal with the state Appeals Court arguing a judge erred in denying his motion to suppress and that police failed to establish probable cause in an
Judge Hears Fraud Defendants’ Request to Dismiss
The two other defendants named in a fraud and embezzlement complaint against former CMWRRDD executive director Ray Pickles, Pickles’ wife Diane Bondi-Pickles, and former Carver health agent Robert Tinkham Jr., were back in court on January 14 with a request for dismissal of the nine fraud-related co
One goal enough for Medford to sink Danvers
BEVERLY — Attitude and momentum. Those were the two words used frequently by Danvers High head hockey coach Steve Baldassare Saturday afternoon following his team's 1-0 setback to Northeastern Conference North rival Medford at Bourque Arena.
These maps show how much snow Mass. could get Sunday
Snow is slated to begin around 5 p.m. Saturday night in Massachusetts’ first major winter storm of the season. Starting Saturday night, we’ll see snow fall across the state, then change to mixed precipitation by Sunday morning. How long mixed precipitation falls will determine how much snow accumula
Dudley Square Chinese place shut for health violations again
A Boston health inspector yesterday ordered China Bo, 49 Warren St., shut for violations that included 10 pounds of raw chicken being stored too warm, dead roaches at the bottom of a pizza oven and rodent droppings by the front counter where customers pick up orders.
Red Sox Players Begin To Say Who Will Attend, Skip Trump Visit
BOSTON, MA — Rafeal Devers is the first member of the World Series champion Boston Red Sox to publicly say he will skip the team's visit to the White House. The 22-year-old third baseman from the Dominican was among several who commented Saturday about the Red Sox' trip, and the only to definitively
Their bond extends beyond Boston City League court
Vinh Bui and Christina Pham are inseparable. On Friday night, the two were on opposite sides, uncle and niece. Bui is in his first year as the girls’ basketball coach at New Mission. Pham, a seventh grader, plays on the varsity for Boston City League rival O’Bryant.