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  • Flu Jan 24

    Massachusetts Confirms 1st Flu-Related Death of a Child

    Health officials confirmed the first flu-related pediatric death of the season in Massachusetts on Thursday. The state Department of Public Health said the child was a teenager who lived in Worcester County and tested positive for influenza B. “I feel immense sorrow for the family of this child. This is a tragic reminder of how serious the flu can be…

  • Patriots Jan 22

    Robert Kraft Says Patriots ‘Plan’ to Keep Tom Brady

    Robert Kraft bolstered the hopes of Patriots’ fans everywhere on Tuesday, telling TMZ that New England is planning to re-sign their free agent quarterback. TMZ Sports caught up with the team’s owner as he left a building in New York and asked him about Brady’s pending free agency. “Are we going to keep Tom in New England, Bob?!?” TMZ...

  • New Hampshire Jan 22

    Aggressive Coyote Strangled to Death by NH Father After It Attacked Toddler Was Rabid

    An aggressive coyote strangled to death by a New Hampshire father after it attacked his toddler son on Monday has tested positive for rabies. Police believe the same coyote was responsible for attacking a vehicle in Hampton Falls, biting a 62-year-old woman and her dogs on a porch in Kensington and attacking a family on a walking trail in Exeter….

  • traffic Jan 20

    Tractor Trailer Carrying Grapes Rolls Over, Causing Delays on Mass. Pike

    Delays are expected on the Massachusetts Turnpike throughout the morning rush hour after an early-morning crash involving a tractor trailer carrying a load full of grapes. State police said the single-vehicle accident occurred around 2:20 a.m. on Interstate 90 eastbound in Westborough when a tractor trailer carrying grapes rolled over. The driver of the vehicle suffered minor injuries, police said….

  • mbta Jan 20

    Delays on Rockport Commuter Rail Line Due to Police Activity

    Delays are being reported on the Rockport commuter rail line on Monday morning due to police activity in Swampscott, Massachusetts. The MBTA Commuter Rail said shortly before 6 a.m. on Twitter that the 4:55 a.m. train from Rockport is holding at Swampscott due to police activity and is currently 5 to 15 minutes behind schedule. Swampscott police said they were…

  • Harvard University Jan 16

    After Lockdown at Harvard Over Report of Gun, 2 Arrested on Gun Charges

    A man and woman were taken into custody Thursday afternoon near Harvard University after a brief shelter in place prompted by a report of a man with a gun. The initial report was tweeted out by Harvard University around 3:40 p.m., saying police were responding to a report of a male with a gun in the area of the Smith…

  • lawrence Jan 16

    Lawrence DPW Worker Killed in Shooting Was Not the Intended Target: DA

    A city public works employee who was fatally shot Wednesday in Lawrence, Massachusetts, was not the intended target, the Essex County District Attorney’s office said Thursday. The victim, Marcos A. Ruiz-Rodriguez, 52, of Methuen, was performing road repairs on Andover Street in Lawrence when he was shot. Police responded to a report of shots fired around 2 p.m. and found…

  • Amber Alert Jan 25

    11-Year-Old Girl Abducted by Stranger Found Safe After Amber Alert

    An 11-year-old girl abducted in Springfield was found safe and her alleged kidnapper arrested Wednesday evening after an Amber Alert was issued amid an hourslong search, Massachusetts State Police said.

  • Patriots Jan 13

    Drug Charges Against Patriots’ Patrick Chung Dropped

    Prosecutors in New Hampshire have agreed to drop drug possession charges against New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung as part of a negotiated agreement. The Belknap County Attorney’s Office announced Monday that they have agreed to file what is known as a “conditional nolle prosequi” of the charges, meaning Chung will not face prosecution. Chung, 32, was indicted in August…

  • red sox Jan 13

    Astros Manager Suspended 1 Year, ‘Harsh’ Punishment Coming for Red Sox Manager Alex Cora: Report

    Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow have been suspended for the entire season by Major League Baseball for their alleged involvement in a cheating scandal, and a “harsh” punishment is reportedly coming for Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora as well. Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the discipline and strongly hinted that Cora — the Astros bench…

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