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Boston Police investigating double stabbing in Downtown Crossing

BOSTON - Boston Police are investigating a double stabbing that happened in Downtown Crossing early Saturday morning. Police responded to the area of 1 Summer Street around 2:30 a.m outside of Macy's, where one person suffered a life threatening injury.


Day care closed after toddler found wandering in middle of road

PEABODY, Mass. — A Peabody day care was shut down Friday after a toddler walked out of the facility and was found wandering in the middle of a street by a stranger. Police said the 2-year-old somehow got out of the Watch-A-Tot day care sometime after being dropped off around 8 a.m.


Scholarship Foundation of Wakefield Phonathon collects with calls

Wakefield high school students took to the telephones March 23 for the Scholarship Foundation of Wakefield’s 39th annual Phonathon. The annual Phonathon helps raise funds for scholarships awarded to Wakefield residents in their pursuit of higher education, according to Phonathon chairperson Michael


Workers at Everett/Chelsea Stop & Shop Store on Strike

Workers across the Greater Boston region took to the picket lines on Friday, April 12, to fight a continued contract battle against Stop & Shop – and workers were out in force at the Everett/Chelsea location as well.


Food Pantry Thanks Pastore and Nett Families For Donations

Wakefield residents Flavia Pastore and her son Luke - and supported by their neighbors here in town - organized a very generous food and monetary donation drive for clients of the Wakefield Food Pantry. The Pastore family worked very closely with the Nett family, which includes Sam, Amanda, Maddie,


Middleton Police Log: April 5-13

The following are excerpts from the Middleton police log for Friday, April 5, through Saturday, April 13. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.


Celtics Wrap: Boston Survives Tale Of Two Halves In Game 3 Win Vs. Pacers

After two games where neither team did much scoring, the Boston Celtics and Indiana Pacers came out firing Friday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The two sides combined for 60 first-half points, only to have their respective offenses come to a screeching halt out of halftime. It quickly turned int


Daily Red Sox Links: Michael Chavis, Dustin Pedroia, Mookie Betts

Michael Chavis is up with the Red Sox, but we’re yet to see him in action. Here’s what to expect once we do. (Jim Callis; RedSox.com) While he is up in Boston, don’t expect much if any of his playing time to come at second base, as he’s still a work in progress there. (Chris Cotillo; Masslive)


MBTA investigating after video shows bus driver blow through red light

BOSTON (WHDH) - The MBTA is investigating after one of its drivers was caught on video blowing through a red light in Boston on Thursday night. Kyle Vining shared video on Twitter that showed the bus speeding through an intersection at Ukraine Way near Forest Hills around 6:40 p.m.


Fire Destroys Home Impacted By Merrimack Valley Explosions

LAWRENCE (CBS) – A Lawrence home that was impacted by the Merrimack Valley Explosions was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon. Columbia Gas says the home at 21 Brookfield Street has not had gas service since the explosions.


Electric vehicle ride and drive and Parks Movement lecture: 5 things to do in Winchester

1. CHAMBER LEARNING SERIES: 8-9 a.m. April 23, Winchester Chamber of Commerce, 25 Waterfield Road, Winchester. Cost: free, chamber members; $10, nonmembers. Ghina Sahagun of FounderGate LLC will present “Gaining New Customers Through Your Website and Social Media.” Sahagun will teach how combining a


Police: Man carries woman into path of dump truck

GLOUCESTER, Mass. — A 41-year-old man was charged with attempted murder after police said he picked up a woman he was having a dispute with and carried her into a road in front of an oncoming dump truck.


One Critical After Downtown Crossing Fight

Boston police are investigating an early Saturday morning fight in Downtown Crossing that left one person with critical injuries. Police were still on scene this morning and details have yet to be released.


It took a while, but revived Celtics are riding their defense

INDIANAPOLIS — The Celtics will refuse to say they’ve turned on the switch for these playoffs after such a disappointing regular season. Yet, that’s exactly what they have done in making what could have been a difficult series look rather manageable with three solid wins.


Bruins not thrilled with low-scoring Game 5 loss: 'We've just got to be better'

BOSTON – The Bruins didn't seem terribly interested in breaking down what happened after the loss in Game 5 had settled in on Friday night. The Bruins dropped a 2-1 decision at home to Toronto Maple Leafs where both teams were scoreless headed into the final period, and where the Bruins weren't able


Peabody woman rescues a toddler standing in traffic

PEABODY — Joann Cronin couldn’t believe her eyes Friday morning when she saw a toddler walking in the middle of Lowell Street. The Peabody Municipal Federal Credit Union assistant manager slammed on her brakes, jumped out of her car, and scooped up the 2-year-old.


David Price’s doomsday ‘trade’ warning for Red Sox stars

It’s getting that bad in David Price’s eyes. The Red Sox starter had a warning for his teammates — his best teammates — with Boston off to a dreadful 6-13 start to the season.


Kyrie Irving’s balanced night puts Celtics in driver’s seat

INDIANAPOLIS — Jaylen Brown scored 23 points and Kyrie Irving added 19 to help the Boston Celtics beat the Indiana Pacers 104-96 on Friday night for a 3-0 lead in the first-round series.


Sean Kuraly Assesses His Game 5 Performance After Being Out Nearly One Month

BOSTON — Though the night ended with a loss, the Boston Bruins got an important addition back into the lineup Friday. The B’s saw the return of bottom-six forward Sean Kuraly in their 2-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Playoff first-round series. The 26-year-old had bee


Chelsea Fire Department Holds Successful Event at New Brown Jug Funds Will Go to New Firefighters Memorial

A large crowd attended the Chelsea Fire Department fundraiser Saturday night at the New Brown Jug. Fire Captain Michael Thompson said the event helped the department reach its goal for the renovation project for the Chelsea Firefighters Memorial.