Category: News

  • Out of doors hearth kills man, 86, on Cape Cod

    Native Roger Collin, who had been badly burned, was pronounced useless on the scene. An outside hearth resulted within the loss of life of an 86-year-old man on Cape Cod on Monday, officers confirmed. Mashpee police and hearth responded to a 911 name from neighbors a few hearth outdoors of 274 Hooppole Street round 11:45…

  • Seaside residence engulfed in huge blaze on the South Shore

    Native A canine was reportedly killed within the hearth, which resulted in “catastrophic injury” to the six-bedroom residence. Investigators are looking for the reason for an enormous hearth that ripped by means of a waterfront residence in Hull Monday.  The flames broke out round 5:40 p.m. at 5 Q St., close to Nantasket Seaside, in…

  • Auburn man faces new expenses for 2022 pedestrian crash in Worcester that killed 5-year-old woman

    Crime Christopher Remillard hit Candice Asare-Yeboah and her mom together with his SUV in April 2022. Candice’s mom was significantly injured, and Candice died after a month on life assist. Candice Asare-Yeboah was hit by an SUV in Worcester in April 2022. She died a month later. Courtesy Picture A Worcester County grand jury indicted…

  • Methuen man allegedly attacked cops after refusing to go away Tewksbury lodge room

    Crime Police say the person was enraged and shouting once they arrived on the lodge. He then allegedly spit on and punched three officers. Tewksbury police arrested a 36-year-old Methuen man Saturday after he refused to go away a lodge room he was due to take a look at of. Patrick Buckley allegedly refused to…

  • Two injured hikers rescued in White Mountains over weekend

    Native The New Hampshire Fish and Recreation Division mentioned one hiker was injured as a result of she was unprepared for the hike and didn’t put on correct footwear. Two hikers have been rescued within the White Mountains in New Hampshire over the weekend. Google Maps New Hampshire Fish and Recreation conservation officers rescued two…

  • Minuteman Tech superintendent positioned on depart following walkout, vote of no confidence

    Native Tensions flared on the Lexington-based technical highschool after Superintendent Kathleen Dawson selected to not lengthen the contract of Principal George Clement. The superintendent of Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical Excessive Faculty in Lexington was positioned on administrative depart late final week. The Minuteman Faculty Committee voted to position Kathleen Dawson on depart within the wake…

  • Mayor Michelle Wu, Metropolis Councilor Kendra Lara launch proposed redistricting maps for Boston

    Native Mayor Wu stated her map sought to maintain complete neighborhoods inside particular person districts. Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and Metropolis Councilor Kendra Lara each proposed new Metropolis Council district maps in current days, the newest makes an attempt to resolve the protracted battle being fought over town’s redistricting course of.  Wu’s proposal got here…

  • How can I give my automobile a softer, quieter trip?

    Vehicles John Paul, AAA Northeast’s Automotive Physician, solutions a query from a reader on the lookout for quieter tires. The Forte5 SX Kia Q. I’m a former mechanic who additionally labored within the elements division for a GM automobile supplier for over 30 years, so I do know a bit about vehicles. I’m retired and…

  • Weymouth police chief recommends ex-officer be decertified for extreme use of pressure

    Native Ex-officer Justin Chappell resigned from the Weymouth Police Division earlier than he may very well be fired for punching a handcuffed man within the head greater than a dozen instances in July. Weymouth officers are recommending {that a} former police officer be decertified after he punched a handcuffed man within the head 13 instances…

  • Child owl reunited with its mother on Mom’s Day

    Native Police responded to a report that the chook was injured. Seems it simply wanted its mother. Duxbury police A child owl bought an apt rescue Sunday in Duxbury.  It started when police responded to a name reporting an injured owl by the aspect of the street.  However, officers found, it seems the younger owl…