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Abbey Niezgoda

Abbey Niezgoda

  • Danvers Jan 8

    School Crossing Guard Struck by Car in Danvers, Is Seriously Injured

    A well-known crossing guard in Danvers, Massachusetts, was seriously injured Wednesday morning when she was struck by a vehicle while walking children across a busy street. Police responded to the intersection of Poplar Street and Belgian Road at around 7:05 a.m. for what they described as a pedestrian incident. When they arrived at the scene, a few blocks from Holten…

  • Mar 8, 2019

    1st Recreational Pot Shop in Greater Boston Gets Final State Approval

    The first recreational pot shop in the Greater Boston area will soon open after getting the green light from state regulators. New England Treatment Access, whose dispensary in Northampton, Massachusetts, was one of the first two to sell marijuana products to recreational customers in the eastern U.S., has received final approval for adult-use sales at its Brookline medical marijuana location....

  • Mar 6, 2019

    Assault Trial Against Former Massachusetts State Police Trooper Begins

    The trial of a former Massachusetts State Police trooper accused of domestic violence is underway at Lowell Superior Court. Robert Sundberg, 48, is no longer a trooper, but was a 14-year veteran when the allegations first came out against him in April of 2016.

  • Mar 5, 2019

    Residents Push for Changes to Dangerous West Roxbury Intersection

    A grieving family is raising concerns and calling for change at an intersection in West Roxbury where their loved one was killed last month.

  • Mar 1, 2019

    Charlestown Kidnapping Suspect to Face New Rape Charges

    The man accused of kidnapping a 23-year-old woman and holding her captive in his Charlestown apartment was ordered to be held without bail on Friday until mid-March, when he’ll face new charges of aggravated rape following his completion of a mental health evaluation. Victor Pena, 38, was arrested Jan. 22 in connection to the disappearance of a woman who, at...

  • Feb 25, 2019

    Court Docs: Kraft Visited Prostitute Hours Before AFC Championship Game

    A probable cause affidavit released by Florida prosecutors on Monday alleges that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft sought out sex acts with a prostitute at an illicit massage parlor twice the weekend of the AFC Championship Game. Authorities in Jupiter announced the 77-year-old Brookline, Massachusetts, resident has been charged with two counts of soliciting another to commit prostitution —...

  • Feb 23, 2019

    Legal Implication of Charges Against Robert Kraft

    As Patriots owner Robert Kraft faces charges of solicitation, a legal expert is weighing in about the ramifications that would come if he is convicted. Robert Kraft has denied involvement in any illegal activity. He was accused of the misdemeanor charges Friday in Jupiter, Florida. Authorities said he solicited a prostitute at a spa now tied to human trafficking. At...

  • Feb 21, 2019

    Lawmakers Propose Changes to Ease Traffic in East Boston’s Sumner Tunnel

    Between airport traffic, ride-share services and GPS cut-throughs, drivers in East Boston say the Sumner Tunnel is quickly turning into the most frustrating logjam in the city. Now, a few lawmakers are trying to solve the congestion with legislation. State Rep. Adrian Madaro is one of the politicians proposing a series of bills in an effort to tackle the Sumner...

  • Feb 20, 2019

    Call for Change as Child Care Costs Continue to Rise in Mass.

    For the first time, the City of Boston is sending out anonymous surveys to try and document the need for affordable child care. Local advocates believe it is as much of an issue as the housing crisis, and they want to see what can be done to fix it. According to the Economic Policy Institute, Massachusetts ranked second behind Washington,...

  • Feb 19, 2019

    ‘This Proves It All’: Brookline Firefighter Reinstated Two Years After Being Fired

    A Brookline firefighter who was terminated after raising concerns about racism within the department will be reinstated after the Massachusetts Civil Service Commission ruled the town was not justified in firing him. Gerald Alston, 50, served 11 years with the Brookline Fire Department before he was fired in 2016. Alston claims he was retaliated and discriminated against after he reported...

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