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3 Lynn residents were arrested for heroin trafficking during a traffic stop, police say
Three Lynn residents were arrested for trafficking heroin early Thursday morning after police stopped the vehicle they were in for speeding in Sturbridge, authorities said Friday.A Massachusetts State Police trooper pulled over a Honda CRV heading east on Interstate 84 around 12:30 a.m. after the ve
Revere native Silva anchors Assumption's defense in senior season - Itemlive
“We just had to get comfortable,” Silva, a senior, said. “We found ourselves after that first loss and we tweaked a couple things. We saw what we needed to fix and from there, we started rolling and we got really comfortable on defense.”
30-Year-Old Man Shot in Roslindale: Boston Police
"As I've said before, you can't arrest our way out of what's happening in the city," Walsh said last week. "We will arrest people that do bad things, but what we'd like to do is get them before they do a bad thing and put them on a path to success."
I-95 Traffic: Crash Closes 2 Lanes In Reading
READING, MA — A crash has closed the left two travel lanes on I-95 South by Exit 37A, state police said. There is no word on injuries or the nature of the crash.
Red Sox Finish Off Astros in 5 Games, Head to World Series
But before leaving Minute Maid Park, the Red Sox surrounded the 43-year-old Cora in the clubhouse and heartily sang "happy birthday!" Wearing goggles and championship gear, the team saluted the first manager from Puerto Rico to lead a team to the World Series.
Occupants of Car That Caused Crash on I-95 Revived Using Narcan
Two people were found unresponsive in the car when police arrived at the scene WWLP Massachusetts State Police said two occupants in a car that caused a crash on Interstate 95 on Friday were found unresponsive and had to be revived using Narcan due to a possible drug overdose. The crash was reported
Here’s how Bill Belichick reacted to the Red Sox ALCS win
“I don’t think they need any,” said the Patriots’ coach. “Whatever they need to do, they can do. Hit, pitch, run, play defense, take pitches. They’re good.”
A local’s guide to ‘Hocus Pocus,’ 25 years later
It’s been 25 years since “Hocus Pocus,” the lighthearted Disney live-action classic about three ancient witches who are magically transported to modern-day Salem and the kids who must fight them off, first hit theaters. To celebrate, Freeform is airing a two-hour“Hocus Pocus” reunion specialthis Sat
Boston police release name of woman shot
BOSTON - Boston police have released the name of the woman found shot to death in a car earlier this week, and now say they do not think she was targeted. Police on Thursday said the woman killed in the city's Dorchester neighborhood on Monday night was 24-year-old Alicia Restrepo. She was pronounce
'Not an Anti-Gun Case': Boston Police Officer Injured in Shooting Now Suing Gun Website
'Officer Stokinger almost lost his life because a dangerous felon, who should never have had a gun, was able to get one.' Kurt Stokinger, a Boston police officer who was injured in a 2016 shooting, filed a lawsuit against a website used by gun buyers and sellers. Armslist is allegedly where the shoo
5 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND: Oct. 19-21
The Young at Art Exhibit will showcase art work in all media by children 6-18 through Oct. 26 at the Plymouth Center for the Arts, 11 North St. as part of the 51st Annual Juried Art Festival. The exhibit will be viewable daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and from noon to 4 p.m.
Red Sox Win Wild Game 4 Over Astros, Now Stand One Win Away From Reaching World Series
The Red Sox trailed 5-4 in the sixth inning, when Jackie Bradley Jr. belted a two-run home run to right field to put Boston ahead 6-5. Boston tacked on another run when Brock Holt walked with the bases loaded in the seventh, then one more on a J.D. Martinez RBI single in the eighth.
Police hunt for wanted man after making threat to kill
He is wanted in connection for five charges including making a threat to kill, breach of harassment order, assault, theft and criminal damage.
Why Don Orsillo and Dennis Eckersley aren’t calling Red Sox games this postseason
Former Boston Red Sox television announcer Don Orsillo gives a thumbs-up to the crowd during the second inning of a baseball game against the New York Yankees in Boston, Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018.–AP Photo/Michael Dwyer
'A Good Girl': 24-Year-Old Woman Shot, Killed in Car ID'd
Upon arrival, officers found Restrepo in a car, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and pronounced her dead at the scene.
NBC 10 I-Team: North Providence man wrongly declared dead
“It's crazy,” he said. “I don't believe it. Everyone I've talked to says, you've got to be kidding me.’”
Andover PD Alerted to Dead Baby Found at CT Recycling Center
Police in Andover, Massachusetts, are on alert after the body of a baby boy was found at a recycling center in Stamford, Connecticut.
Baseball Spygate? Astros Employee Reportedly Removed From Red Sox Dugout Area During ALCS Game 1
According to Danny Picard of the Boston Metro, an Astros employee was removed from an area adjacent to the Red Sox’ dugout during Game 1 of the ALCS on Saturday night in Boston. Citing multiple sources, Picard reported that the man “had a small camera and was texting frequently, but did not have a m
24-year-old woman shot dead in Dorchester
As of Tuesday morning, police hadn’t made any arrests and the investigation continued, according to a police spokesman.
Malden High School Forfeits Football Game Against Everett Due To Safety Concerns
However, this year the game plan has changed. In fact, now due to Malden school officials there is no game. “Hearing that it hurt because it’s something we look forward to every year,” Everett football captain Giovanni Raduazzo said.