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  • lawsuit 6 mins ago

    Muslim Man Sues Union, Boston College Over Mandatory Dues

    Anti-union groups are hailing a religious discrimination lawsuit filed in federal court by a Muslim electrician against a union and Boston College. Ardeshir Ansari filed the suit last month after he informed the school and the Service Employees International Union 32BJ District 615 last fall that his religious beliefs conflicted with his union membership, according to The Boston Globe. Ansari,…

  • car crash 4 mins ago

    Woman, Ferret Saved Following Rollover Crash in Wareham, Mass.

    A woman was hospitalized overnight following a rollover crash in Wareham, Massachusetts that caused the vehicle to land in a ravine.   Firefighters said they responded to a single-vehicle car crash sometime before 10:30 p.m. on Barker Road, where the driver was still in the overturned car. Crews cut out the windshield to help free the driver from the car…

  • forecast 1 hour ago

    Snow Expected During Evening Commute for Some

    We have snow in the forecast on Friday. The system bringing the snow has a fancy name, an Alberta Clipper. It’s an old expression based on low pressure that forms over Alberta Canada and moves swiftly, like a clipper ship, in a generally straight motion from northwest to southeast to the Atlantic Ocean. They are usually not strong events

  • New Hampshire Primary 6 hours ago

    Pete Buttigieg Campaigns in New Hampshire After Indiana Event Disrupted

    Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg met with New Hampshire voters on Thursday, a day after his campaign event in Indiana was interrupted by a protester. The event was led by African American leaders to dispute the notion that the white mayor struggles with support from the black community in South Bend.  Buttigieg is often asked how his experience as

  • EAST BOSTON 8 hours ago

    Pedestrian Hit by Vehicle in East Boston

    A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle Thursday in East Boston, police have confirmed. A woman was hit on the 1100 block of Saratoga Street. Authorities did not know her age. The victim was moving when she was taken to an area hospital, Boston police say. The nature and extent of her injuries were not immediately known but authorities say…

  • Massachusetts 9 hours ago

    Protest to Stop Construction of Compressor Station Leads to Arrests

    Dozens of residents of the South Shore of Massachusetts protested as construction began on a natural gas compressor station near the Fore River Bridge Thursday morning. Four of the protesters, who blocked access to the work site, were arrested. “This is a travesty; this never should have happened,” said Betsy Sowers of Weymouth. “We’re here to say that this

  • Massachusetts 9 hours ago

    Man Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries in Mattapan Shooting

    A man who was found outside of a Dorchester restaurant after being shot in nearby Mattapan has life-threatening injuries, Boston police say. Authorities responded around 4:15 p.m. Thursday to reports of a shooting at 160 Norfolk St. where the victim was found close to the Only One Jamaican Restaurant, which had yellow crime tape up around it. Police say he…

  • Rockland 10 hours ago

    Hired Driver Arrested After Allegedly Stabbing Woman She Picked Up

    A hired driver stabbed a woman in a driveway in Rockland, Massachusetts, after giving her a ride home, Rockland police said Thursday. Lisa Roberto, 46, of Boston’s Mattapan neighborhood, gave the victim, a 34-year-old Rockland woman, a ride Wednesday morning, police said in a statement. The two women got into an argument before Roberto stabbed the woman multiple times in…

  • Tufts University 12 hours ago

    Tufts University Severs Ties With Family Behind OxyContin

    Tufts University is cutting ties with the billionaire family that owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, saying it will strip the Sackler name from its campus and accept no further donations amid concerns over the family’s role in the opioid crisis. University officials announced the decision Thursday, ending a relationship that has spanned nearly four decades and brought $15 million to…

  • FENWAY 15 hours ago

    Grab the Hairspray: Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe Announce Fenway Park Show

    Get your hairspray ready, Boston. Legendary hair bands Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe announced this week that their summer stadium tour will make a stop at Boston’s Fenway Park in August. The rockers will perform on Aug. 25, according to a news release from LiveNation. Also on the bill are Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts.  The show is

  • BILL WELD 16 hours ago

    Bill Weld’s Campaign Office Burglarized Twice in 24 Hours

    A New Hampshire campaign office of presidential candidate Bill Weld has been burglarized not once, but twice this week, authorities say.  Manchester police said not only Weld’s office but those of four business in the same Lowell Street building were broken into and robbed Wednesday night.  The incident was first reported by Snapshot Sports Media, located on the fifth floor of

  • trench collapse 19 hours ago

    Man Sentenced to 2 Years in Jail for Deadly South End Trench Collapse

    The former owner of a company involved in the fatal trench collapse that killed two men in Boston’s South End neighborhood has been sentenced to two years in jail followed by three years of probation. Kevin Otto, 45, was originally scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday, but the judge delayed the issuing to make the most “just decision” for the case.

  • homeless shelter 19 hours ago

    NH Homeless Shelters Over Capacity as Cold Weather Kicks In

    The homeless shelters in New Hampshire’s Seacoast region passed capacity long before the recent snow and cold temperatures came in.  The Portsmouth Herald reported some shelters in the region have wait lists with an eight-month to two-year wait for income-based housing while others are housing people well above their capacity level.  Cross Roads House, an emergency transitional shelter in

  • manhole explosions 19 hours ago

    ‘Like a Cannon’: Manhole Explosions Spark Investigation in Brookline

    Route 9 was back open Thursday morning in Brookline, Massachusetts, after a series of manhole explosions rocked the town and blew out multiple storefronts the previous evening.  The incident happened at the intersection of Boylston and Cypress Streets, where police said up to four manholes exploded. Firefighters said the blasts were caused by a gas leak that was ignited by something

  • Latin Kings 19 hours ago

    ‘Throne Down’: FBI Announces Charges Against Latin Kings Members in Mass.

    More than 60 members of the Latin Kings gang have been arrested, federal officials in Massachusetts announced Thursday. U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Andrew Lelling and Joseph Bonavolonta, head of the FBI’s Boston office, said they will detail the arrests Thursday at the federal courthouse in Boston. Those arrested include leaders, members and associates of the Almighty Latin Kings and

  • Patriots Dec 5

    Patriots Kicking Conundrum: Fatal Flaw? Not So Fast

    Between a sputtering offense, Tom Brady’s contract, homefield advantage and more, there’s hardly enough time to worry about the kicking situation in New England. All of the above are fixable, to a degree, but all bets are seemingly off when it comes to who’s lining up for field goals and extra points from here on out. Following the release

  • Dec 5

    Study Shows Possible Link Between Hair Dyes and Cancer

    Researchers say there could be a link between permanent hair dyes, chemical straighteners and an increased risk of breast cancer.

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