Firefighters responded to a call at 50 Prospect Street in Somerville at Box 25 for a Forklift on Fire inside a commercial building.
Hazmat crews called in/ on-site do the propane explosion Propane Exposure.
Occurrence time Friday evening 16:56
WHO: 350 Boston Public Schools Middle and High School students
More than 500 kilowatts to be installed on 106 homes
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today Continue reading Boston Homeowners Embrace Solar Power
THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Continue reading Beacon Hill Roll Call – Regular weekly report – Feb. 28, 2013
Tewksbury Police Department to Conduct a Citizen’s Police Academy
Continue reading Tewksbury Police Department Citizen Police Academy 2014
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The Stow Police Department will be hosting a Firearms Safety Course on Continue reading Firearms Safety Class Stow PD
On February 22, 2014, the Tewksbury Police Department arrested Amanda Yager, 28, of 163 Irwin Drive, Continue reading Drug Arrest
Arlington PD arrest
Continue reading Arlinton Police Arrest: Failure to appear for jury duty
As you read the paper & listen to the news today, let’s all remember that
Yesterday, the Republican Party of Massachusetts embraced a new, more conservative platform. A platform that is critical of gay marriage and of a Continue reading A new kind of Massachusetts Republican
On February 25, 2014, the Tewksbury Police Department arrested Christopher Continue reading Drug Distribution Arrest 02-25-14
With deep sadness, the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association (MMA) would like to inform everyone of the passing of Joe “Sarge” Komola. “Sarge” was a Continue reading MMA grieves the passing of Joe “Sarge” Komola
Police responded to a call of an officer down at 3700 Washington Street in Boston to assist a Transit police officer calling in trouble of two officers down!
Police are searching and on the lookout for an armed black male, shirtless, wearing blue jeans that fled on foot.
Boston Emergency Medical Services on a rush to assist.
Shortly after Boston PD has suspect in custody at 34 Tower Street.
Mult units and EMS arriving to assist.
Occurrence time Tuesday afternoon 15:48
I have a little game I play comparing a president’s campaign rhetoric to what he did in office.
In 1844, Speaker of the House James K. Polk ran for president with the Continue reading A lookback: Presidential rhetoric v. reality by Neil W. McCabe
People my age fit in the strangest of all “generational gaps” for a number of reasons. I could go on for column after column about why I think my age Continue reading Reality Bites by James A. Norton
Boston police were called on a report of a violent crime at 33 Saint Germain Street in Boston where a body was found in an apartment.
Patrol officers at the scene requested detectives and a supervisor for a further investigation of the crime scene.
Occurrence time Monday evening 20:11
On February 22, 2014, the Tewksbury Police, with assistance from the Continue reading Drug Arrest – 550 Grams of Heroin Seized
On February 23, 2014, the Tewksbury Police arrested Kirstyn Mateja, 25, of 120 Hampstead Rd Apt A, Derry NH Continue reading Firearm Arrests
Boston Police Officers chased four black male suspects on foot through the backyards of Talbot Ave & Dorchester Ave in Boston.
One of the suspects were showing a firearm during the chase.
Officers call in for backup and are out on a massive search for the four perpetrators.
Boston police now have one suspect in custody at Argyle and Wells suspect is bleeding from takedown.
Occurrence time Monday evening 6:52 PM
At approximately 11 am this morning, Tewksbury Police Officers were dispatched to Walmart Department Continue reading Bomb Threat Tewksbury Walmart
Police responded to a call located at 426 Boylston Street in Boston for a report of an armed robbery at the Citizens Bank by an armed white male 5’06” with medium build with a multicolor scarf.
The perpetrator was said to have showed a black handgun.
He got away with an unknown amount of cash and fled to Arlington.
Occurrence time: Monday afternoon 4 PM
A first ever event takes place on Sunday, March 9, at the Newton Cultural Center at City Hall, when Joshua Jacobson, Director of the Zamir Continue reading Zamir Chorale of Boston leads a Newton Sing of Handel’s Judas Maccabeus
Malden – February 24, 2014 – Beginning March 3 through June 30, Continue reading MBTA Oak Grove Station Work
Swampscott Police and Firefighters responded to a call at Atlantic Avenue & Ocean Avenue for a motor vehicle rollover with two victims pinned.
Swampscott firefighters extricated the passengers and were treated at ghe scene by Emergency Medical Services then later transported via ground to Massachusetts General Hospital.
Occurrence time Sunday evening 5:00 PM
With members of the Malden City Council looking on, Mayor Gary Christenson signed a Land Disposition Continue reading Malden City Hall Sold!
“Friday morning, the Arlington Police Department was informed by the Middlesex Sheriff’s Department that Patrick Barry died today at a Boston Continue reading Statement of Arlington Police Chief Fredrick Ryan
Could you please put this in your Medford Paper.
The people that own 246 High Street won’t shovel his walk.
I put a call into the Mayor’s office saying how people have to wait for the bus standing on High St.
The call fell on deaf ears!
Can you help!
Warm up your winter with storytime for children. Storytime is on Thursdays Continue reading Storytime at the Sherborn Library
Wednesday, March 5, 6:30 p.m.
BCYF Shelburne Community Center
2730 Washington Street,
Continue reading Horatio Harris Park Community Meeting
Yes – No – Maybe?
Public Forum on March 3rd at 7:30 PM Pleasant Street Center – 49 Pleasant Continue reading Want to know how Zoning can affect and shape your Community?
When Leland asked me to leave my Continue reading Leland Cheung for Lieutenant Governor
On January 24, 2013, the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association (MMA) announced to its membership that House Bill 3787 (H.3787), an Act to Continue reading MMA Update: Nominations Still Open for GHSC Position
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department invite Boston residents to participate in the Continue reading PICS IN THE PARKS WORKSHOPS COMING TO WEST ROXBURY AND PUBLIC GARDEN
LOWELL, MA (February 21, 2014) The 2014 Annual City Census is coming! The City of Lowell Election and Census Continue reading 2014 Lowell Annual City Census
March 15th 3-4:00 p.m.
If you have always wanted to learn how to play chess; if you used to play but haven’t in a while, or if you are a veteran chess player who needs a partner, drop by the Reading Public Library on Saturday, March 15th from 3:00-4:00 p.m. to join a game.
The Library will have tables set up for players of all abilities. (Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult). Volunteers will be available to teach chess to beginners of all ages. Come alone, or bring a friend for an hour of fun. Chess sets will be provided. The drop-in program continues the third Saturday of each month at 3:00 p.m. Please call the Library at 781-944-0840 for more information.