Photos by Bill Rogers
By William Tauro
Massachusetts State Police were in vehicle pursuit on North Great Road and Lexington Road in Lincoln of a vehicle that was carjacked.
Shots were fired during pursuit as vehicles were entering Hanscom Field.
The perpetrator’s stopped abruptly when it struck a pole.
The Bedford Fire Department EMS unit was on scene treating the suspect for a GSW to lower extremity after the impact located at Springs Road and Oak Road.
The suspect was placed into custody and transported by State Police.
Occurrence time: Monday time 1:30 PM
(MAS) Springfield, MA (Hampden County)| Working Fire| 9 Oakwood Ter| Heavy Fire In Wood Frame Duplex Poss Vacant| 15:43
(MAS) Waltham, MA (Middlesex County)| Working Fire| 61 High St| U/D: C-2 ordering W/F basement fire woodframe bldg. stretching lines ACW DWH M/A:Newton| 10:05
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(MAS) New Bedford, MA (Bristol County)| Technical Rescue| Purchase St & Weld St| FD o/s with cars stuck in high waters due to localized flooding with occupants tra
(MAS) Acton, MA (Middlesex County)| 2 Alarm Fire| 6 Knowlton Dr| AFD o/s heavy fire in the rear of a dwelling extending up to the attic, 2nd on arrival| 15:29
(MAS) New Bedford, MA (Bristol County)| Working Fire| 194 Phillips Rd| FD o/s smoke and fire showing from a multi occ dwelling, req 4th engine 2 BLS and FAST Team|
(MAS) Fitchburg, MA (Worcester County)| 2 Alarm Fire| 53 East St| FFD o/s fire in a 1.5 story cottage. Occupants inside, Req 2nd alarm. m/a wrk & cov| 23:29
(MAS) New Bedford, MA (Bristol County)| Traffic Advisory| 384 Wood St| NBFD NBPD o/s car fire after an explosion, no injuries, req FIU| 23:18
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(MAS) Plymouth, MA (Plymouth County)| Shooting/Stabbing| Rt 3 SB at exit 6| delayed, drive-by shooting at a funeral procession, 1 victim, suspects in custody, MSP
(MAS) Marlborough, MA (Middlesex County)| Trauma Alert| 17 Fitchburg St| Services o/s at a construction site, beam came down onto a workers leg,serious trauma, EMS
(MAS) Ludlow, MA (Hampden County)| Violent Crime| 41 Wedgewood Dr| PD o/s w/ Unconscious female assaulted by 2 WFA – LSW Pink hoodie the other Tie dye shirt| 16:46
(MAS) Chester, MA (Hampshire County)| Trauma Alert| Lower Prospect Rd & Tafts Rd| Units o/s persons struck by train and DOA. PD o/s investigating.| 18:35
(MAS) Tewksbury, MA (Middlesex County)| Traffic Advisory| 1963 Main St (rte. 38)| Tfd On Scene Of A 2 Vehicle Mva, Ems Evaluating Injuries Expect Some Delays In Ar
(MAS) Haverhill, MA (Essex County)| Traffic Advisory| 495 SB @ Exit ramp 49-50| 4 Car MVA, E4 reporting no entrapment. Unk injuries, EMS to evaluate| 19:18
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Boston – Join us as Mayor Walsh, the Elderly Commission and Grub Street Continue reading The Elderly Commission presents 36 new published authors and their work from the Memoir Project
BOSTON– Interim Superintendent John McDonough has announced that Avery Esdaile will join Boston Public Continue reading Boston Public Schools News: New Athletic Director starts April 7.
BOSTON — The Boston Firefighter’s Credit Union has created a fund to help support the families of Lieutenant Ed Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy.
Continue reading Information regarding the Lieutenant Walsh – Firefighter Kennedy Memorial Fund
On Tuesday, March 18th Mayor Carlo DeMaria met with the Metro Mayor’s Coalition (MMC). Metro Mayors is a group made up of leaders from thirteen communities in Greater Boston. It is a voluntary forum where members exchange information and create solutions to common problems.
Mayor DeMaria recently met with the coalition to discuss revisiting the fiscal partnership between the Commonwealth and Cities and Towns throughout the State.
The MMC has become an effective vehicle to address common issues confronting urban core governments and has made significant strides in overcoming the obstacles that hampered past attempts at inter-local cooperation. The Coalition’s success demonstrates the tangible benefits achieved through collective action.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to notify all residents that City Services has placed artificial coyote statues as decoys at several City parks. These faux coyotes are being used in an attempt to deter flocks of geese from congregating on and ruining the City’s sports fields. The locations for the artificial coyotes are as follows:
Lynde Street Park
Swan Street Park
Madeline English Park
Florence Street Park
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Help Cambridge Celebrate Earth Hour!
Turn Off Your Lights Saturday, Mar. 29 from 8:30-9:30 p.m.
Continue reading Help Cambridge Celebrate Earth Hour Saturday, Mar. 29, 8:30-9:30 p.m.
Due to the Special State Election being held on Tuesday, April 1st, there will be no Council Committee meetings and no Full Council meeting… just wanted you to know why I have not sent you out a meeting notice… have a great weekend!
Sheila L. Fermano
Clerk of Committees
Malden City Council
200 Pleasant Street
Malden, MA 02148
Before voting next week, you have a few more chances to watch our 2014 Town Election Campaign Programming, Continue reading 2014 Belmont Town Election Coverage
By William Tauro
Firefighters from multiple cities and towns responded to a call for a two alarm fire located at 1 Main Street in Cambridge in a high rise office building.
HVAC equipnent on the roof are believed to be the source of the fire.
Heavy black smoke can be seen for miles.
This fire comes two days after two Boston firefighters were killed in a Boston fire battling a blaze in a brownstone in the back bay of Boston.
Occurrence time Friday morning 11:55 AM
Middlesex Sheriff, state officials warn of ongoing arrest scams
Callers fraudulently claiming to be Continue reading New Scam warning from Middlesex Sheriff, state officials
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THE HOUSE AND SENATE. Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives’ votes on three roll calls Continue reading Beacon Hill Roll Call Volume 39 -Report No. 14 March 24-28, 2014
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I have attached a link above that contains a video that accurately depicts how dangerous the process of Continue reading The Dangers of Honey Oil Manufacturing
Two senior students of the Class of 2014 who have been nominated for the Tewksbury Rotary Club March 2014 Second Hats Off Award Luncheon. The Continue reading Tewkbury: TMHS Students Nominated for Tewksbury Rotary Club March 2014 Second Hats Off Luncheon
Tonight the City of Boston mourns the loss of two of our own. Lt. Ed Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy lost their lives battling the nine-alarm fire on Beacon Street today.
Continue reading Statement of Mayor Martin J. Walsh
Last year on 1/29/13 Shawn Clark was murdered during a robbery attempt at his business in Malden: Patriot
Continue reading The Family and Friends of Murdered Malden Business Owner Plea for Justice
SOMERVILLE – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan announces today that Dale Harding, 27, of Somerville Continue reading Somerville Man Guilty on Charges Related to Minivan Shooting
“A preliminary fire investigation into the explosion and fire at 22 Astle Street Tewksbury last night points to a marijuana THC extraction process using butane gas. The buildup of Continue reading **UPDATE** Tewksbury Firefighters Respond to House Explosion Late Tuesday Evening Statement of Tewksbury Fire Chief Michael Hazel:
Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the addition of Tony Sousa as the new Senior Planner for the City.
Continue reading Everett: CITY WELCOMES NEW SENIOR PLANNER
Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to report of the recent success the City has experienced using the Commonwealth Connect smart phone Continue reading Everett:SEE CLICK FIX SOFTWARE PROVES SUCCESSFUL FOR CITY
Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to remind all residents that the Citywide street sweeping program will begin on Continue reading Everett:STREET SWEEPING TO BEGIN APRIL 1st
On Monday, March 24th Mayor Carlo DeMaria submitted a summary of the proposed zoning requirements for medical marijuana treatment facilities to Continue reading Everett: MAYOR SUBMITS MEDICAL MARIJUANA ZONING TO COUNCIL