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Elizabeth Warren is putting a hold on Donald Trump's CFPB nominee | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 20, 2018
The reason has to do with the administration's decision to separate families at the border.
Woman dies in New Hampshire mobile home fire | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 20, 2018
Authorities are investigating the death of a woman found after a fire in a mobile home in Exeter
From flip-flops to fleece: Temps falling throughout the day | WCVB
WCVB | June 20, 2018
After starting the weekend with summer-like heat, big temperature changes will follow for the rest of the weekend."By late Saturday and Saturday night, it's going to become a different ballgame for the balance of the weekend, in terms of temperature," StormTeam 5 chief meteorologist Harvey Leonard s...
Mob boss trial has brought closure, victim's family says | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
BOSTON — The family of a nightclub owner that a former New England Mafia boss is accused of killing says the trial has provided closure after more than two decades of searching for answers.The family of Steven DiSarro released a statement on Tuesday after jurors finished their first day of delibe...
Heroin dealer held by ICE after sentence review | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
A heroin dealer from Peabody was taken into custody by immigration agents yesterday while out on probation for his drug conviction — a sentence that sparked calls for a superior court judge to be impeached.Officials with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Boston concluded a...
Lawsuit: Bristol County sheriff unlawfully held immigrant | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
BOSTON — Civil rights attorneys have filed a federal lawsuit accusing the Bristol County Sheriff of unlawfully detaining an immigrant for nearly three weeks.The lawsuit was filed Tuesday by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice and Latham & Watkins LLP.It says 38...
How the law does – and doesn’t – apply | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
The lawThere is no federal law requiring that adults crossing illegally over U.S. borders with their children be separated from them. Congress, which creates immigration laws, has never passed such legislation.Immigrants crossing illegally into the country may be prosecuted criminally, resulting in ...
North, South station connection costs could rival Big Dig | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
Subtitle: Project could hit $21BThe cheapest version of a rail link between North and South stations would run about $12.3 billion, and a more extensive version could cost about $21.5 billion, according to a draft study by the MBTA.The T’s analysis, pursued with the consultant Arup, dwarf...
Charlie Baker refuses to send National Guard copter to border | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
Gov. Charlie Baker said he is not sending a Massachusetts National Guard helicopter to the southern border with Mexico based on the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from the families of immigrants.“I said two weeks ago that I did not support the decision of the Trump ...
Forecast: Smooth sailing ahead! | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
Last night’s thunderstorms and tornado warnings usher in breezy, beautiful weather over the next few days.Thursday and Friday will be in the 70s under blue skies. Today and tomorrow will have some clouds but temperatures in the 80s.The mercury at night will dip into the 60s or even high 50s &m...
Two men injured in North Andover gas explosion | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
Two men were flown from North Andover to area hospitals with “very serious” injuries after a propane tank in a camper exploded, North Andover Fire Lt. John Weir said.The tank in the camper blew up around 4 p.m. yesterday while the owner was refueling at the Mobil station a...
John Nucci’s kidney transplant shines light on need for donors | Boston Herald
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
Subtitle: Operation scheduled for todayAs John Nucci undergoes kidney transplant surgery today, advocates and doctors say there is a vital need for more donors — a cause the former city councilor says he will champion when he recovers.Nucci, 66, of East Boston, was due to go under the kni...
Vermont gets $4 million to fight opioid crisis | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Vermont's congressional delegation says the state is getting $4 million in federal grants to help fight the opioid epidemic
Mass. man pleads guilty to stealing from bank ATMs | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
A Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Connecticut to his role in a scheme to steal tens of thousands of dollars from bank ATMs
Apartment building roof collapses, displacing 100 residents in Springfield | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
About a 100 people were displaced when the roof of their apartment building in Massachusetts partially collapsed during a heavy thunderstorm
Immigration agents arrest Massachusetts man after criticism of sentence | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Immigration agents have arrested a Massachusetts man whose sentence for selling heroin sparked criticisms that the judge in the case was too lenient
People's United acquires Farmington Bank in $544M deal | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
People's United Bank has agreed to acquire the holding company for Farmington Bank in a 100 percent stock transaction valued at about $544 million
I-495 in Westford shut down due to transformer fire | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
All lanes of a major Massachusetts artery are shuttered due to a transformer fire
Police: Man was racing when he caused double-fatal crash in Conn. | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Police in Connecticut have charged a driver they say was racing when he caused a crash that killed two people, including a pregnant woman, and injured five
1 killed, 2 seriously wounded in Lowell shooting | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Authorities say one man was killed and two others suffered life-threatening injuries in a shooting in Lowell
Video: Jogging Bridgewater woman fought off a man attempting to kidnap her | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
A 57-year-old man is accused of sexually assaulting the woman as he tried to drag her to his car.
Storms cause damage in northern New England | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Crews are working to remove downed trees and restore power after intense storms wreaked havoc in parts of northern New England
Child scales 'un-climbable' pool ladder in viral video | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Massachusetts family captures viral video of their toddler climbing what is supposed to be a gate stopping children from getting into a pool as a warning to other parents
Boston to sue drug companies over opioids epidemic | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Boston is retaining a law firm to sue pharmaceutical companies for damages from the deadly opioid epidemic
MBTA raises parking fees at some lots and garages | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
The MBTA is hiking parking fees to as high as $10 per day at some of its busiest lots and garages while reducing fees at less busy lots
Jury deliberations begin in Mafia Don 'Cadillac Frank' trial | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Jurors have begun deliberating in the case of an 84-year-old former New England Mafia boss charged with killing a nightclub owner in 1993
CVS Health will now deliver prescriptions to your home | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
CVS Health is making prescription deliveries nationwide to accommodate the heightened expectations of convenience from consumers
Summer-like heat brings threat for summer-like severe weather | WCVB
WCVB | June 19, 2018
Temperatures reached the low 90s across several parts of Massachusetts and New England Wednesday, and warm, more humid weather is expected to last through Friday.Thursday will be another very warm, summer-like day with temperatures reaching the mid 80s in Boston and areas away from the South Coast. ...
Nearly 20,000 without power in Maine, New Hampshire | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Nearly 20,000 people are still without power in Maine and New Hampshire a day after thunderstorms brought strong winds and heavy rains to the region. Nearly 7,000 customers were without power in New Hampshire and 10,000 in Maine.
Coast Guard rescues injured lobsterman off Gloucester | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
An injured lobsterman has been rescued off the Massachusetts coast by a fire department and the U.S. Coast Guard
Woman found nearly 12 hours after crashing off I-95 in Salisbury | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Nearly 12 hours may have gone by before a crash victim was found in Massachusetts
In Hyannis, sleeping woman wakes to burglar covering her mouth and nose | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Police say a Massachusetts woman woke up to a strange man covering her nose and mouth with his hand
Police: Hanover pond shut down after explosive device discovered | Boston.com
Boston.com | June 19, 2018
Police say an unexploded device has been found at a Massachusetts pond by a fisherman who hooked it and brought it to the surface
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
WESTFORD, Mass. — All lanes of a major Massachusetts artery are shuttered due to a transformer fire.State police say the north and southbound sides of Interstate 495 in Westford are shut down due to a transformer fire spreading to electrical wire on the highway. No injuries are reported.The We...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
Subtitle: New lewd-behavior trial possibleAn Arlington man convicted of lewd behavior for strolling the Esplanade in a black thong is entitled to a new trial thanks to a change in state law.The state Appeals Court tossed Dmytro Taranovsky’s 2016 guilty finding for open and gross lewdness ...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
HANOVER, Mass. — Police say an unexploded device has been found at a Massachusetts pond by a fisherman who hooked it and brought it to the surface.The discovery of the device at Factory Pond in Hanover last week has forced a shutdown of the area.Once the man fished the device, a crew brought i...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
NEW YORK — General Electric, an original member of the Dow Jones industrials, to be removed from index, replaced by Walgreens.-- DevelopingLocal CoverageAuthor(s):  Articles Blog Posts Tuesday, June 19, 2018General Electric Co...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
WESTFORD, Mass. — A major Massachusetts artery that was shuttered for hours as a result of a transformer fire has re-opened.State police say both sides of Interstate 495 in Westford were shut down due to transformer fire spreading to low-hanging electrical wire on the highway. No injuries are rep...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
BRIDGEWATER  — Police say a Massachusetts woman fought off a man who sexually assaulted her and tried to drag her into his car while she was out for a morning jog.Authorities say the 37-year-old woman was running in Bridgewater Sunday morning when a 57-year-old man stopped his car in fron...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
ATTLEBORO  — A Massachusetts family has captured a viral video of their toddler climbing what is supposed to be a gate stopping children from getting into a pool.Keith Wyman says his family was in their backyard in Attleboro Monday when his 2-year-old son Cody began to climb the gate bloc...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
ADAMS — Authorities say furry critters, not vandals, are likely to blame for American flags that disappeared from veterans' graves in Massachusetts.The flags at Bellevue Cemetery in Adams were first reported missing earlier this month. Residents volunteered to replace the flags by hand, bu...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
BRAINTREE, Mass. _ The winning numbers in Monday evening's drawing of the Massachusetts Lottery's "MassCash" game were:03-06-17-27-34(three, six, seventeen, twenty-seven, thirty-four)Local CoverageAuthor(s):  Articles Blog Posts Tu...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
LOWELL — One man was shot to death and two others were reportedly suffering from life-threatening injuries after a shooting outside a home in the Highlands neighborhood yesterday afternoon, authorities said.A man was pronounced dead on Smith Street, while two men were transported to area hospi...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
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Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
A 66-year-old man from Clearwater, Fla., was killed early this morning when he lost control of a pickup truck he was driving on Interstate 495 in Bridgewater and was thrown from the vehicle.State police said they are still trying to pinpoint what direction the man was traveling in at 6 a.m.&nbs...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
HARTFORD, Conn. — A Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty in federal court in Connecticut to his role in a scheme to steal tens of thousands of dollars from bank ATMs.Federal prosecutors say 22-year-old Argenys Rodriguez pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy to commit bank fraud.Authorities say t...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
SPRINGFIELD  — About a 100 people were displaced when the roof of their apartment building in Massachusetts partially collapsed during a heavy thunderstorm.The Springfield Fire Department responded to the 26-unit building at about 8:45 p.m. Monday.Spokesman Dennis Leger says the three-sto...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
BROCKTON, Mass. — Police say a man has been trapped when a tractor-trailer pulled down a pole in a Massachusetts city.The truck was in Brockton early Tuesday morning when it pulled down a police and wires on North Main and Division streets, trapping the driver in the wires.National Grid has sh...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
 One lane of a major Massachusetts artery is shuttered due to a transformer fire.State police say the northbound side of Interstate 495 in Westford remains shutdown due to a transformer fire spreading to a low-hanging electrical wire on the highway. No injuries are reported. The southbound lane...
Boston Herald | June 19, 2018
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Some veterans are opposing to plans to erect a statue of civil rights pioneer W.E.B. Du Bois in his Massachusetts hometown because of his late-life decision to join the Communist party.Although planning is in the early stages, Great Barrington public library trustees ...