Traffic advisory on Friday evening drive time at Winter Street at Route 95 Continue reading Waltham Traffic Advisory| I-95 Sb
The regularly scheduled School Committee meeting of Monday, February 3, 2014 has been converted to Continue reading Medford School Committee Meeting
THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ votes on three roll calls from the week of January 27-31. There were no roll Continue reading Beacon Hill Roll Call Volume 39 -Report No. 5 January 27-31, 2014
We recently began our annual campaign and as many of you know it is because of the generosity and commitment of the local community that helps us accomplish our mission every day. Below is a story of Han Truong who, thanks to the Malden Y, has grown leaps and bounds as a young adult and was kind enough to share her story.
New structure aligns with Mayor Walsh’s vision for efficiency, collaboration, and improved delivery of Continue reading Mayor Martin J. Walsh Announces Cabinet Reorganization
Mayor Gary Christenson recently attended the Grand Opening of family operated CTC Gold Refinery at 115 Continue reading GRAND OPENING OF CTC GOLD REFINERY
Gary Allen made his way through to Billerica on Wednesday for the Wounded Warrior Project .
Continue reading 500 Mile Quest for Wounded Warrior Project
On Wednesday afternoon the Eastern Bank located at 301 Harvard Street in Brookline was robbed by a white male armed wearing grey sweats with red trim
The suspect passed a note then fled in a grey car motor vehicle after the robbery.
the suspect is believed to be armed and dangerous.
On Wednesday afternoon the Rockland Trust Bank thats located on Mechanic Street in Foxboro was robbed.
The suspect is a 6′ tall white male with blond hair and believed to be armed and dangerous wearing a ski mask and blue parka
The suspect passed a note then fled the scene after the robbery.
I applaud President Obama for focusing tonight on economic mobility and income equality across our country. Continue reading STATEMENT OF MAYOR MARTIN J. WALSH ON PRESIDENT OBAMA’S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS
Bank on Federal Street Boston, the Peoples United Bank was robbed on Tuesday by a white male 6ft tall in his
The Santander Bank on Winter Street in Boston was robbed Tuesday afternoon.
The suspect is 6′ white male, thin build wearing a black jacket and blue jeans.
The suspect is believed to be armed and dangerous and had fled out the side door and got away.
Anyone with any information please contact Boston Police.
We cannot become complacent to the death of any young person in our City; we need to stop these events from Continue reading STATEMENT OF MAYOR MARTIN J. WALSH ON RECENT GUN VIOLENCE
Monday evening State and local police units responded to Allen Street in Continue reading Springfield, MA Armed Robbery
A scaffolding collapsed on Friend Street and Valenti Way in Boston on Continue reading Scaffold Collapse Boston Traffic Advisory
On Monday evening, Gloucester Continue reading Gloucester House Fire
Boston Police responded to a shooting that took place late Tuesday afternoon, Continue reading Boston Shooting
On Monday late afternoon a motor vehicle rolled over at Kenwood Drive in Continue reading Rutland Motor Vehicle Rollover Traffic Advisory/ Expect Delays
On Monday late afternoon
On Monday afternoon a working truck Continue reading Boston Traffic Advisory Truck Fire in Tunnel/ Expect Delays
CHELSEA – Today, Chelsea City Council President Matt Frank announced his endorsement for State Representative candidate, Dan Ryan. Continue reading Chelsea City Council President Endorses Dan Ryan for State Representative
Main Steet Malden armed robbery of a gas station
Perpetrator is white male wearing a Continue reading Malden Armed Robbery
East Rd, Madhpee
A 30 year old male with two fingers amputation from a table saw being Continue reading Mashpee, MA Trauma Victim
The Marshfield Recreation Department is looking for a Table Tennis, (ping pong) table in good condition for our new community ping pong programs. If Continue reading Marshfield Recreation Department is Asking For Your Help with a Ping Pong Table For The Kids
In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 87, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will hold public hearings on Thursday, Continue reading BOSTON PARKS DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES SOUTH BOSTON TREE REMOVAL HEARINGS 306 West Broadway and 420 D Street
I just wanted to send a quick note to say thanks to all of you for your dedication in working through the first snowstorm of my administration. Whether you’re new to City Hall or have been here many years, we’re all part of a special team, working together to make Boston the greatest City in the world. I look forward to meeting each of you. Thank you again — I am grateful for all your hard work.
The United States Postal Service is offer a $50,000 reward for information Continue reading Wanted : BE ADVISED: THE SUSPECT IS CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS.
The following letter – sent from the Administrative Offices of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial – Continue reading Remembering One of Our Own
At about 6:20pm, on January 21, 2014 officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) responded to a call for …a breaking and Continue reading Daily Dose of Great Police Work: Footprints in the Snow Lead Police to Suspect Wanted for a Breaking & Entering on Tremont Street in Roxbury
With extremely low temperatures upon us, the Massachusetts Emergency Continue reading Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency offers tips
Only 1 week remaining to sign up for the fastest growing sport in America. Malden Youth Lacrosse (MYL) is Continue reading Malden Youth Lacrosse