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NH Church Shooting Suspect's Violent Criminal History, Gang Ties

NH Church Shooting Suspect's Violent Criminal History, Gang Ties

The man accused of shooting two people at a New Hampshire church over the weekend has a lengthy criminal history in Massachusetts, including ties to a notorious street gang and stints in prison for stabbing a man in Boston... Read More

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Thursday, Oct 10, 2019
Vietnam Vet's Social Security Payments Stop in Prison Snafu

Vietnam Vet's Social Security Payments Stop in Prison Snafu

The Social Security Administration notified Marine veteran Billy Brown months ago that it stopping paying his retirement benefits, believing that Brown was a criminal. It was an obvious case of mistaken identity and would be easy... Read More

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Monday, Oct 7, 2019
Too Close for Comfort: School Buses Squeak by Dorchester Property

Too Close for Comfort: School Buses Squeak by Dorchester Property

From the porch of her three-decker in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood, Isabelle Flanders watched a fleet of school buses menace her retaining wall. Beginning around 8 a.m., they streamed down Neponset Avenue and wheeled... Read More

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Wednesday, Oct 2, 2019
Pilot Signaled Engine Trouble Before Connecticut Crash

Pilot Signaled Engine Trouble Before Connecticut Crash

The pilot behind the controls of a WWII-era bomber that crashed in Connecticut Wednesday told air traffic controllers he was experiencing a problem with one of the plane’s engines shortly after takeoff. The issue was evident... Read More

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Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019
Surveillance Footage Shows Passenger Punching Bus Driver

Surveillance Footage Shows Passenger Punching Bus Driver

Surveillance footage obtained by NBC10 Boston shows a passenger repeatedly punching a bus driver in Randolph, Massachusetts. The attack happened on Aug. 5. Prosecutors said 24-year-old Matthew Young, of Boston, attacked the driver... Read More

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Friday, Sep 27, 2019
Hingham Town Engineer Resigns Amid Double-Dipping Probe

Hingham Town Engineer Resigns Amid Double-Dipping Probe

Hingham Town Engineer Roger Fernandes resigned Friday after an investigation launched by the town found he was paid for private consulting work in Quincy during his regular business hours in Hingham. The probe, spurred by... Read More

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Thursday, Sep 26, 2019
Pothole Pain: When the DPW Won't Fix Your Street

Pothole Pain: When the DPW Won't Fix Your Street

There are thousands of private roads in Massachusetts and some homeowners don't realize they live on one until there's a problem. Where private roads might conjure up images of windy gravel roads in rural areas, they can exist... Read More

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Tuesday, Sep 24, 2019
Mass. Towns, Cities Behind on Collecting Taxpayer Money From State Fund

Mass. Towns, Cities Behind on Collecting Taxpayer Money From State Fund

You've probably seen the advertisements: Go to findmassmoney.com, type in your name and see if you're owed cash. Much of the money is owed to individuals. But public entities also have thousands' worth of taxpayer dollars... Read More

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Monday, Sep 23, 2019
E-Scooter Riders Shoulder Some Risks, Experts Say

E-Scooter Riders Shoulder Some Risks, Experts Say

Electric scooters are sweeping the nation and starting to pop up in greater Boston. But when you grab the handlebars and hit the road, what happens if something goes wrong? What if you get hurt, or hurt someone else? The... Read More

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Monday, Sep 23, 2019
Words of Warning: What Boston Can Learn From E-Scooter Experiments Nationwide

Words of Warning: What Boston Can Learn From E-Scooter Experiments Nationwide

Electric scooters are flooding cities across the country, and a few suburbs right here in Massachusetts. But as their numbers grow, so does the controversy around how to safely regulate a new mode of transportation. Read More

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