Katelyn Flint

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  • Boston May 10, 2023

    Should Off-Leash Dogs Be Allowed at Parks? Opinions in South Boston Were Split

    A child being bitten by a dog at a South Boston park has prompted a meeting with members of the community and city leaders regarding whether pets should be allowed off-leash. The signs at Medal of Honor Park say dogs must be leashed, but the rule is not widely followed. How concerning that is depends on who you ask....

  • Massachusetts Apr 24, 2023

    This Mass. Online ‘University' Is Fake, State Warns

    The state says that Massachusetts Central University, whose website claims it’s in the top 2% around the world, is fake, a fraud that first bubbled up two years ago and has returned.

  • Lynn Apr 1, 2023

    VIDEO: Fire Spreads From Vehicles Into 2 Buildings in Lynn

    Firefighters are battling a blaze in two buildings in Lynn, Massachusetts, Friday afternoon, officials said. The fire was on a residential stretch of Chestnut Street near the MBTA train tracks, according to the Lynn Fire Department. The blaze began in vehicles in a driveway and spread into two buildings, firefighters said. They requested help from nearby fire agencies. As the…

  • Mar 27, 2023

    Renewed Focus on Skiing Safety After Two Deaths in New England

    Two ski-related deaths in New England in recent days have put renewed attention on safety protocols.  Skiers and snowboarders were out hitting the trails Monday saying they are saddened to hear of the loss of life. “I think it does sadly make people more aware,” said Kateri Demartino, a ski racer who was at Wachusett Mountain  Monday. Dawson Brady was...

  • Transgender rights Mar 7, 2023

    NH Bill Looks to Restrict Transgender Care for Minors

    Several pieces of legislation were up for discussion Tuesday at the New Hampshire State House, including a controversial bill that would restrict care for transgender youth. Lawmakers listened to hours of testimony from people on both sides of bills surrounding transgender youth.  Nancy Brennan delivered an emotional plea, saying “I feel like for those who are anti-trans going after the…

  • New Hampshire Mar 6, 2023

    String of BB or Pellet Gun Shootings Under Investigation in NH

    A string of BB or pellet gun shootings has caused damage across Manchester, New Hampshire, over the last month, including at police headquarters, a Burger King and a Rite Aid, officials said. No one’s been hurt in the shootings but the damage totaled more than $6,000, according to Manchester police, who asked for the public’s help seeing if the...

  • Wayland Feb 13, 2023

    Wayland Superintendent Files Complaint Alleging Discrimination by School Committee

    A Massachusetts school superintendent who’s been the subject of racist graffiti filed a complaint against his town’s school committee alleging the school committee fostered a hostile work environment and forced him out after he raised discrimination concerns. Omar Easy, who is the first Black superintendent of Wayland, was the subject of racist graffiti this December. He said in a...

  • Boston Feb 6, 2023

    Boston Nonprofit Helps Homeowners of All Incomes With Their Renovation Dreams

    Cabinets, doors, stoves and vanities. They are just a few of the ever-changing selection of products you can find at the Boston Building Resources Reuse Center. The organization, located in Roxbury, has been there since the 1970s when the co-op started, and then shortly after that, the Reuse Center began as a project of the co-op.  The center resells donated...

  • Waltham Jan 16, 2023

    Waltham Food Pantry Forced to Find New Home, Facing Resistance From Neighborhoods

    Keeping up with demand for food assistance is difficult enough but one nonprofit in Waltham, Massachusetts, is pulling double duty trying to feed families in need while also being in need of a home themselves. The organization Healthy Waltham says it’s in a difficult position as the temporary solution they’ve found is set to expire in a few...

  • Attleboro Jan 10, 2023

    Attleboro Man Accused of Killing Elderly Woman, Setting Fire to Her Home, DA Says

    The man previously charged for robbing and assaulting an elderly Attleboro, Massachusetts woman who later died in a November house fire has now been charged with her murder and the arson of her home, the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday. Adam Rollins, 42, of Attleboro, was originally arrested last week in Weymouth on a burglary with assault charge….

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