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Police: Man Stole From Man Who Collapsed, Died at MBTA Station

A Boston man is facing charges after allegedly rummaging through another man's belongings after he collapsed and died at an MBTA station. MBTA police said 30-year-old Anthony Stimson has been arrested on a larceny charge after the early Wednesday morning incident. MBTA officers responded to the MBTA

NECN - 2018-03-21 15:11:22

Man Steals Prescriptions From Unconscious Man Who Later Dies: TPD

BOSTON, MA - A Boston man allegedly robbed an unconscious man of prescription medication at Downtown Crossing Monday, abandoning the 52-year-old who later died. Transit Police said Anthony Stimson, 30, saw the victim unconscious at Downtown Crossing's Red Line. Stimson allegedly rummaged through th

PATCH - 2018-03-21 14:48:50

Police searching for missing Mattapan students - The Boston Globe

Boston police are asking for the public's help in finding a 12-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl who have been missing since they left their Mattapan school Tuesday afternoon. Keton Douglas Ramos, 12, and Crystal King, 13, were last seen leaving the Young Achievers Science and Math Pilot School to

BOSTON GLOBE - 2018-03-22 07:00:00

MA Weather Forecast: Where Is That Nor'easter?

It's been a slow start to the "Four'easter." Snow start times across Massachusetts have been pushed back twice already, and it still hasn't reached the Boston area. So what gives? The snow is still coming, don't worry, but you may be asleep for the worst of it. The forecast has gotten a bit more fo

PATCH - 2018-03-21 22:45:24

MEMA WEATHER ADVISORY: Nor'easter moves in with heavy snow, high winds and potential coastal flooding

The National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting heavy snow, high winds, and minor to moderate coastal flooding today into Thursday, with heaviest precipitation in southeastern Mass. Precipitation has begun over the Cape, and will slowly extend north and west, reaching Boston by 5 p.m. and northern

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-03-21 22:06:26

Transit cops: Boston man arrested for robbing unconscious man who later died

A Boston man accused of robbing a 52-year-old man who later died at the MBTA's Downtown Crossing station early this morning will face a judge, transit police say. Anthony Stimson, 30, will be arraigned on a larceny charge after allegedly rummaging through the man's pockets and stealing items, includ

BOSTON HERALD - 2018-03-21 07:00:00

Police Investigating Stabbing at Bunker Hill Community College

NBC10 Boston Police are investigating a stabbing at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston's Charlestown neighborhood. The stabbing happened Wednesday afternoon at the campus' B-building, college officials said on Twitter. The victim was treated for minor injuries and released, officials said. The

NECN - 2018-03-21 19:42:32

Police Seek Missing Children From Boston

Boston Police Police are looking for a boy and a girl who have been missing since Tuesday. Police say 12-year-old Keton Douglas Ramos and 13-year-old Crystal King were seen together around 2:30 p.m. when they left the Young Achievers Science and Math Pilot School in Mattapan. Ramos, described as a b

NECN - 2018-03-21 21:58:50

WANTED: Two Who Deposited Fake Check, Withdrew $25k

DEDHAM, MA - A couple who deposited an altered check at the Dedham Bank of America is now wanted by police. The Sept. 12 incident, which was just posted on Mass. Most Wanted by police, saw a woman with a fraudulent passport open an account at the Bank of America in West Roxbury. A $25,040 check was


Woman Facing OUI Charges in Fatal Crash Involving Tow Truck Driver on I-495

A Massachusetts woman is facing OUI-related charges in connection with a fatal highway crash that killed a tow truck driver on Interstate 495 in Andover Wednesday night. Shiina Dionne, 28, of Lawrence, will be arraigned at Tufts Medical Center in Boston Friday afternoon in connection with the crash


Housekeeper stabbed with scissors at Portsmouth, NH hotel - The Boston Globe

Portsmouth Police Department Jasmine Henderson, 32, allegedly used a pair of scissors to stab a housekeeper at a hotel in Portsmouth, New Hampshire Friday morning. A New York woman was arrested for attempted murder Friday morning after she allegedly stabbed a housekeeper with a pair of scissors at a


Help Find Zoe: Brown Dog Lost In Waltham

WALTHAM, MA - Zoe was last seen on Friday near Stonehurst around 8 p.m. and then a little later near the National Archives in Waltham around 11 p.m., after she got away from her owners. This brown Boxer mix is extremely shy, according to her humans so they recommend you don't try to corner her or ch


Open Season: Proposed bike trail sounds like paving paradise to put up a parking lot

The South Coast Bikeway Alliance (SCBA) is looking to fund a $40,000 feasibility study for creating a multi-use trail - biking and walking - between Fall River and New Bedford. The idea may sound good to some until you learn that one of the proposed routes cuts through the fragile Southeastern Mass.


Lincoln man arrested on drug charge at post office - The Boston Globe

A 26-year-old Lincoln man was arrested Saturday morning when he allegedly tried to retrieve a package of ecstasy pills mailed to his post office box from Europe, police said. The man, who was not named, will be charged with possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance, Lincoln police sai


St. Patrick's Day parade: What you need to know if you go - The Boston Globe

Boston's 117th St. Patrick's Day Parade takes place Sunday in South Boston. It begins at 1 p.m. If you're going, keep these things in mind: The route: For the third time in four years, the city has shortened the route. (The route is highlighted in blue in the map above.) The parade starts at Broadw