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Two men indicted for trafficking multiple victims for sex Including minors on Cape Cod, in Boston
BOSTON, MA– Two men have been indicted in connection with trafficking multiple victims for sex, including minors, on Cape Cod and in Boston, Attorney General Maura Healey announced today. One of the defendants is also charged with enticement of a child and posing a child in a state of nudity.
Wakefield Armed Robbery Suspects Shot At Victim On Highway: PD
The suspects are described as 5 feet 8 inches. They were wearings masks and dress in all black. The vehicle, a blue Honda Odyssey, was was last seen in the Roosevelt Circle area of Medford.
Driver revived with narcan after head-on crash in Blackstone
BLACKSTONE, Mass.- A driver had to be revived with narcan after a wild ride ended in a head-on collision in Blackstone.The crash happened just after 10 p.m. on Main Street in Blackstone.The Blackstone fire chief tells Boston 25 News they initially called a Life Flight helicopter for the driver of th
Fire Reported At Waltham Burger King
WALTHAM, MA — Waltham firefighters are fighting a fire at the Burger King on Moody Street, according to scanner reports and at least one witness.
Milford Biz Likely To Get First Recreational Marijuana License
MILFORD, MA—Milford-based Sira Naturals is likely to be the first business in Massachusetts to be awarded a business license to grow adult-use cannabis in the state, according to reports.
How Many Millionaires Live In Barnstable?
BARNSTABLE, MA — Good news for millionaires in town, the state's Supreme Judicial Court shot down the so-called 'millionaires tax' on Monday. The question would have raised the income tax of some of the highest earners in the state by 4 percent and used that money for transportation and education.
Boston Celtics Open New Auerbach Center Practice Facility
The Boston Celtics officially opened their new practice facility, the Auerbach Center, today in Boston.
Former Boston City Councilor John Nucci ‘resting comfortably’ after kidney transplant
Credit: CourtesyNEWSWORTHY: Kerri Abrams, a family friend of John Nucci who gave him one of her kidneys yesterday, first heard of the former Boston city councilor’s need for an organ transplant by reading an article in the Boston Herald.
Red Line service replaced by buses after maintenance vehicle derails
The MBTA is encouraging customers to consider Old Colony and Greenbush Commuter Rail trains, which are making stops at Braintree, Quincy Center, JFK/UMass and South Station.
How Many Millionaires Live In Falmouth?
FALMOUTH, MA — Good news for millionaires in town, the state's Supreme Judicial Court shot down the so-called 'millionaires tax' on Monday. The question would have raised the income tax of some of the highest earners in the state by 4 percent and used that money for transportation and education.
Real Estate: 9 $1 Million+ Homes In Needham Sold Last Week
NEEDHAM, MA — Whether you're moving in or out of Needham, or you're a lifer who is just curious where the new folks are relocating, it's always interesting to know what homes are selling. Last week, 18Needham homes were sold, according to Realtor.com.
HOV lane closed on Expressway following crash - The Boston Globe
A four-car crash has forced the closure of the HOV lane on the northbound lanes of the Southeast Expressway during the Wednesday morning commute, according to state officials.State Police are on the scene at the crash site near Exit 12, the northbound Neponset Street interchange in Dorchester around
Author Junot Díaz cleared to return to MIT faculty after sexual-misconduct investigation
Author Junot Díaz cleared to return to MIT faculty after sexual-misconduct investigation(Photo: Tsar Fedorsky/AP)CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A Massachusetts Institute of Technology investigation has cleared Pulitzer Prize-winning author and creative writing professor Junot Díaz to return to the classroom thi
Look inside Celtics' new 70,000-square-foot practice facility
BOSTON —With 40-foot glass walls cantilevered 55 feet into the air near the edge of the Massachusetts Turnpike, it's impossible to miss the Boston Celtics' new facility at Boston Landing.The 70,000 square-foot Auerbach Center, or "Red's House," was opened Tuesday in a ceremony involving leaders of t
Joe Quintanilla graduates with Doctor of Pharmacy
Joe Quintanilla, Pharm.D.Joe and Judy Quintanilla of Floresville are pleased to announce the graduation of their son, Joe “Joey” Quintanilla, from MCPHS University in Boston, Mass. Joey is the grandson of Mary Helen Quintanilla of Floresville and the late Andres S. Quintanilla Sr., and Audelia Valad
Health Officials Warn of Overdose Spike in Waltham
"Do not use alone, check on loved ones frequently and if you suspect someone is having an overdose call 911 immediately," Zuppe said.
Arlington Teen Found After 2 Weeks
ARLINGTON, MA – A 16-year-old Arlington girl police believed to be in danger has been found. According to a post on the Arlington Police Department Twitter page Sunday afternoon, Jada White has been located.
Roche paying $2.4B to acquire the rest of US-based Foundation Medicine
Endorsed by both companies' boards of directors, the agreement is worth $137 per share in case. The price represents a nearly 29 percent premium to the $106.45 closing price of Foundation Medicine's (FMI) shares on June 18, the companies said.
Car fire shuts down lanes on I-93 in Boston
SOURCE: Josh JarmanningBOSTON —A vehicle fire forched all lanes on Interstate 93 northbound in Boston to shut down Sunday afternoon.MassDOT said the vehicle fire was just before Savin Hill Avenue. Video taken from passing vehicles showed four vehicles involved in the crash.AdvertisementTraffic was b
Schools modify Monday schedules citing extreme heat forecast
“If it is just cancelling one day, I’d rather do that than risk the safety of the children,” said Salah Khelfaoui, Lowell Schools Superintendent.”