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  • Medford Jun 12

    Man spent $68K through employer's account on items for his band, investigators say

    A Medford, Massachusetts, man is accused of spending tens of thousands of dollars through his employer’s Amazon account on equipment for his band. Gareth Flanagan, 52, worked for the New England School of Law (NESL) as its IT director, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. This role gave him access to the school’s Amazon account, and Flanagan...

  • New Hampshire Mar 22

    Man dies in tent fire in New Hampshire

    A man has died after a tent fire in Gilford, New Hampshire, Friday. Wayne Miller, 67, died after a fire in a tent on a property on Lisbomb Circle, according to Gilford police and the New Hampshire State Fire Marshal. The New Hampshire Medical Examiner’s Office ruled his cause of death smoke inhalation and the manner of death accidental. The…

  • MBTA Mar 15

    MBTA reveals new details about Green Line derailment

    The MBTA is revealing new information about a derailment that snagged service on the Green Line B,C and D branches over the weekend. Officials said the trolley car was heading west at the time of the derailment Sunday morning, traveling around 7 mph. The center wheels of two of the cars came off the track, causing the issue. Seventeen people…

  • Feb 22

    Worcester man has been missing for over a week

    Worcester police are searching for a man who hasn’t been heard from for over a week. Daniel Burrell, 37, was last seen at his family’s home on Reservoir Street on Feb 10. He is 6-foot-8 with a large build, and was last wearing black sweatpants and a black hooded sweatshirt. Police say his phone has been off. Anyone with information…

  • Dorchester Feb 1

    Four indicted for gunfire that left 8 hurt near Caribbean festival in Dorchester

    Four men were indicted last week after gunfire broke out over the summer at a Caribbean festival in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood, leaving eight people hurt. The violence unfolded on the morning of Aug, 26. Police said that two groups of people got into an argument on Talbot Avenue, while the J’ouvert Parade was taking place nearby. The Suffolk County...

  • Worcester Jan 29

    One person hurt in Worcester shooting

    One person was taken to the hospital after a shooting in Worcester, Massachusetts, on Monday. Police said it happened on Pleasant Street, near City Hall. The victim’s condition was not immediately clear. The investigation is ongoing.

  • Braintree Jan 6

    Suspected peeping Tom caught on camera in Braintree

    Police are searching for a suspected peeping Tom believed involved in several incidents in Braintree, Massachusetts, and released surveillance footage of the suspect Friday. Investigators said while the motivation is unknown, the person was reported to be watching or filming young women or girls in their homes in two neighborhoods – in the areas of Alida Road and Angela Road….

  • Cape Cod Dec 22, 2023

    Cape Cod teacher accused of raping student with intellectual disabilities

    A grand jury has indicted a Cape Cod teacher on charges that he raped a student with intellectual disabilities, the Cape and Islands District Attorney said Friday. Frederick Walters, 60, was a teacher at the Latham Center in Brewster, Mass., at the time of the crimes, according to prosecutors. The Latham Center offers special education and therapy services to kids…

  • New Hampshire Dec 21, 2023

    Man pleads guilty in conspiracy to ‘harass and intimidate' NHPR journalists

    A New Hampshire man has pleaded guilty in a scheme to “harass and intimidate” two New Hampshire Public Radio journalists in response to a story they published, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for Massachusetts said Thursday.

  • New Hampshire Oct 31, 2023

    Convicted NH sex offender found volunteering at youth baseball snack shack, police say

    A convicted sex offender from New Hampshire has been indicted on charges tied to her volunteer work at a children’s athletic field, despite the prohibitions set on her, New Hampshire State Police said. Kristie Torbick, 44, is accused of volunteering to work at children’s athletic events in Madbury, New Hampshire. Investigators allege that between June 1 and June 30, Torbick…

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