October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Support your Massachusetts Motorcycle Association and our partner, Mothers for Daughters, by purchasing a MMA Pink Camo Ball Cap! Continue reading Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a MMA Pink Cap!
Tewksbury Police Department is pleased to participate in National Community Policing Week (October 3rd-7th, 2016) by hosting a Coffee with a Cop event on Tuesday, October 4th, 2016, from 3pm-7pm in conjunction with the Town Common Farmers Market at 1009 Main Street in Tewksbury. Continue reading Tewksbury Police Department Announces Coffee with a Cop Event
“Outstanding Contributions to EMS” Award Offered by NorthEast Emergency Medical Services, Inc.
Amesbury Firefighter/EMT Todd Calderwood (Courtesy Photo)
AMESBURY — Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush is proud to announce that a member of the Amesbury Fire Rescue Department has been honored for his work in the field of emergency medical services. Continue reading Amesbury Firefighter/EMT Todd Calderwood Receives Award for His Work in Emergency Medical Services
Thursday, October 20
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Boston Children’s Museum
Business Entrance Continue reading Boston:Children’s Wharf Park: Third Community Meeting
Yesterday, the Medford Public Schools hosted the 1st Annual Fall Health and Wellness Fair at Medford High School for city and school employees. Over (30) vendors attended this free event. The tables were loaded with important information, free giveaways and free raffles. Continue reading Medford:SUCCESSFUL HEALTH & WELLNESS FAIR HELD AT MHS!
Volunteers are needed to help clean up the Mill Brook in the area of the Arlington Reservoir, Hurd Field, and the Colonial Village apartments on Sunday, October 16, from 12 noon to 3 pm, rain or shine. Continue reading Arlinton:Clean-up Planned for Mill Brook on October 16, 12-3pm.Arlington Reservoir to Colonial Village
Cambridge City Council votes to make an offer of employment
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., September 29, 2016 – The Cambridge City Council voted to make an offer of employment to Louis A. DePasquale as the next City Manager at a special meeting held on Thursday, September 29, 2016. Continue reading Louis A. DePasquale Selected as Next Cambridge City Manager
Cambridge, MA, September 23, 2016 – Cambridge City Manager Richard C. Rossi is seeking persons interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC). Continue reading Cambridge Human Rights Commission Vacancy
CONCORD – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that Sean McKeown, 44, of Belmont, was arraigned today in Concord District Court and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, 2nd offense, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol causing serious bodily injury and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Continue reading Belmont Man Arraigned for Allegedly Striking Lexington Detail Officer in Construction Zone
Cambridge, MA, September 21, 2016 — The Housing Division of the city’s Community Development Department will be holding Rental and Homeownership Information Sessions on Monday, October 17, from 12-2 p.m., at the City Hall Annex, 344 Broadway, Second Floor Community Room, Cambridge. Continue reading Cambridge:Affordable Rental and Homeownership Information Sessions October 17
MALDEN – In 1996, an apartment building opened on Charles Street in Malden with the goal of providing low-income housing opportunities for seniors and people with disabilities. Continue reading Monsignor Neagle Celebrates Two Decades of Affordable Housing for Malden Seniors
We are excited to announce that all registered voters will be able vote before Election Day for the first time ever in Massachusetts. Early voting will begin on October 24th and continue through November 4th, 2016. Continue reading Tewksbury Early Voting
Service dogs for veterans & survivors get a ride aboard Boston’s most popular tour.
Continue reading Boston Duck Tours Prepares for Pups!
On Wednesday, September 14th Mayor Carlo DeMaria, along with Senator Sal DiDomenico and Representative Joseph McGonagle met with Ann Houston, Executive Director of Neighborhood Developers to discuss opportunities to develop housing that is affordable to Everett residents. Continue reading DEMARIA, DIDOMENICO, MCGONAGLE MEET WITH NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPERS
Enrico Rennella’s unique and downright hilarious talent has won over audiences around the world. With dozens of sold-out shows under his belt, Enrico is ready to bring his comedy to the States, making his BOSTON debut in October 2016, with his one man comedy show “I’m Not Just an Italian” at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA. Enrico is a talented comedian from Italy. Continue reading Check out this exclusive event!!! October 7th in time for Italian Heritage Month:Enrico Rennella
STONEHAM — The Stoneham Fire Station Centennial Celebration Committee is ramping up its efforts and putting the final touches on next month’s series of events for the 100th anniversary of the fire station. Continue reading Stoneham Centennial Fire Station Celebration Committee Ramps Up as Date Draws Closer
By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tim Miller, Navy Office of Community Outreach
JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM – A 2014 Billerica Memorial graduate and Billerica, Massachusetts native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided-missile destroyer, USS John Paul Jones. Continue reading Billerica, Mass. native serves aboard guided-missile destroyer in Pearl Harbor
A voter registration session has been scheduled for Friday, September 23, 2016 from 7:30 AM to Continue reading Tewksberry Voter Registration Deadline
DRACUT – The NEMLEC Police Foundation announces that it will host a comedy night next month to benefit the foundation and honor Retired Boston Police Superintendent-in-Chief Robert Flaherty for his work with Cops for Kids with Cancer. Continue reading NEMLEC Foundation to Host Comedy Night Benefit
Walkshop planned for the Arlington Heights neighborhood
Do you live, work, eat, shop or visit Arlington Heights? Are you interested in helping to shape a vision for Arlington Heights? Following up on the July 28th public forum attended by 100 people to kick-off improvement efforts in the Heights, the Town, the Arlington Chamber of Commerce and Support Continue reading Help Envision Arlington Heights
BOSTON – Friday, September 16, 2016 – City of Boston City Archaeologist Joseph Bagley unveiled a trove of artifacts recovered from a dig at the Washington Garden at the Old North Church this week. Continue reading CITY OF BOSTON ARCHAEOLOGIST DISCOVERS TROVE OF ARTIFACTS AT OLD NORTH CHURCH
Service dogs for veterans & survivors get a ride aboard Boston’s most popular tour. Continue reading NEADS Service Dogs & Handlers on Tour!
Preliminary Screening Committee Announces City Manager Finalists
Schedule for Public forums and meetings announced
Cambridge, MA – September 15, 2016 – Today, City Councillor David P. Maher and City of Cambridge Personnel Director Sheila Keady Rawson, co-chairs of the Cambridge City Manager Preliminary Screening Committee (PSC), announced the names of the three finalist candidates being forwarded to the entire City Council for consideration. The PSC’s decision was unanimous. Continue reading Cambridge Announces City Manager Finalists
TOWNSEND — Chief Robert M. Eaton Jr. reports that Townsend Police Department is investigating a report of a suspicious man who allegedly attempted to abduct three teenagers this afternoon. Continue reading Townsend Police Investigating Suspicious Man Who Allegedly Attempted to Abduct Teens No Threat to Public Safety
Arlington Town Manager, Adam Chapdelaine, has appointed Jonathan Marshall as Recreation Director for the Town of Arlington. Mr. Marshall begins his appointment on September 19th, 2016. Continue reading Arlinton:Marshall Named New Recreation Director
That meanie Jim has invited everyone in Room Nine to his birthday party on Saturday – except Junie B! Should she have her own birthday party six months early and not invite Jim? Or should she move to’ It’s a Small World After All’ in Disneyland and avoid the whole kerfuffle? Join the Newton Theatre Company’s original production of Junie B. Jones and That Meanie Jim’s Birthday to find out! Continue reading Newton Theatre Company presents Junie B. Jones and That Meanie Jim’s Birthday
Boston, MA – Monday, September 12, 2016 – Boston Arts Academy is one of only 20 schools from across the country to receive recognition as a “School of Opportunity,” a coveted Continue reading Boston Arts Academy receives national ‘Schools of Opportunity’ Silver Recognition
METHUEN — Methuen Police Detectives and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Essex District Attorney’s Office are searching for EMILIO DeLAROSA, Continue reading Methuen Police Seek Person of Interest in Homicide
Initiative part of grassroots program to provide American Association of University Women (AAUW) Work Smart workshops to 85,000 women
BOSTON – Tuesday, September 13, 2016 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh in partnership with the American Association of University Women Continue reading MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES FALL SERIES OF FREE SALARY NEGOTIATION WORKSHOPS
BOSTON – Monday, September 12, 2016 – First launched in July, Mayor Martin J. Walsh will continue to host the city’s first Memory Cafe, “Thanks for the Memories,” this fall. Continue reading MAYOR WALSH LAUNCHES CITY’S FIRST MEMORY CAFE
This week, all Medford High School/Medford Vocational Technical High School Athletes will take part in ThinkTaylor.org … Concussion Awareness Week, in partnership with the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association, the Massachusetts Continue reading MHS/MVTHS ATHLETES PARTICIPATE IN CONCUSSION AWARENESS WEEK!
As new stock becomes occupied, rental market in some high-growth neighborhoods beginning to moderate; more than 20 percent new units are affordable Continue reading CITY PASSES 10,000 MARK FOR NEW HOUSING UNITS COMPLETED
To the Editor,
I am writing to thank the voters of Somrville who nominated me as the Democratic candidate for State Senate in the Second Middlesex District last week. Continue reading Letter to the Editor:A Letter of Thanks
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department responded to multiple heroin and drug overdoses last week, from Thursday to Sunday, where all three victims were revived. Continue reading Arlington Police Respond to Three Overdoses Over Holiday Weekend
WOBURN – Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan and Arlington Chief of Police Frederick Ryan have announced that Joseph Hennessey, 55, of Salem, New Hampshire was found guilty by a Middlesex County Superior Court Jury yesterday of four counts of photographing or videotaping a person in a state of nudity in connection with a 2014 incident the occurred at Kickstand Café in Arlington. Continue reading New Hampshire Man Found Guilty of Secretly Videotaping Women In Bathroom In Arlington
ASHLAND — Chief Craig Davis reports that the Ashland Police Department is investigating after a pedestrian was struck and seriously injured by a motor vehicle. Continue reading Ashland Police Investigating after Pedestrian Struck by Motor Vehicle
This school year, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan is reminding parents and children about some helpful tips to stay healthy and safe.
Continue reading Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan Shares Tips for Back-to-School Safety
Did you know that of the motorcycle accidents in 2016 reported by Massachusetts media, almost half can be easily attributed to rider error?
Continue reading MMA Safety Alert: Motorcycles are NOT inherently dangerous…
RAND, Wallace Study Affirms Goal Set by Mayor Walsh, Superintendent Chang
BOSTON – Wednesday, September 7, 2016 – Elementary students with high levels of attendance in Boston’s voluntary summer learning programs earned a clear advantage in math and reading over their peers, according to new RAND findings from the largest research study ever conducted on summer learning. Continue reading BOSTON SUMMER PROGRAMS BOOST MATH, READING, SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL SKILLS, NATIONAL STUDY SHOWS
Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced that the “Boston Blooms with Daffodils” beautification initiative will distribute 20,000 daffodil bulbs this fall to volunteers for planting on public ways citywide. Continue reading ‘Boston Blooms with Daffodils’ program returns in October
BOSTON – September 1, 2016 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today alerted residents that September is recognized as National Preparedness Month. Sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) within the Department of Homeland Security, National Preparedness Month encourages Americans to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses, schools and communities. Continue reading MAYOR MARTIN J. WALSH RECOGNIZES SEPTEMBER AS NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH
Anthony Giarrusso (left) and Toni Doyle (right).
NEWBURYPORT — City Marshal Mark Murray reports that the Newburyport Police Department arrested a man yesterday for 10 counts of Breaking and Entering and charged a woman as his accessory.
ANTHONY GIARRUSSO, AGE 29, OF AMESBURY, is charged with:
• Breaking and Entering During the Daytime for a Felony (10 Counts) Continue reading Newburyport Police Arrest Man for 10 Counts of Breaking and Entering
Suspect Was Hired via Popular Babysitting Website
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department is charging a woman with reckless endangerment of a child after police found her stumbling around a neighborhood, drunk and high, while she was watching a young boy. Continue reading Arlington Police Charge Babysitter for Reckless Endangerment of a Child
Deputy Chief David Clark (left) and Chief Mark Segalla (right). (Courtesy Photo)
READING — Chief Mark D. Segalla is pleased to announce that Lt. David Clark has been appointed as the new Deputy Chief of the Reading Police Department. Continue reading Reading Police Lieutenant David Clark Promoted to Deputy Chief
Online Fundraising Account Proceeds Benefit Jack Gerard and His Family
ANDOVER — Action Ambulance Inc. is seeking to call attention to a GoFundMe.com account that has been set up to benefit Andover teenager Jack Gerard, who was paralyzed during a tragic swimming accident on Cape Cod this summer. Continue reading Action Ambulance Urges Support for Andover Teen Paralyzed after Swimming Accident