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Letter: Migratory fish passage is a complex issue
The column of February 2, 2024, by Alison Field-Juma, OARS Executive Director, with consternation. Ms. Field-Juma argues that it’s important to dismantle Warner’s Pond dam, which would result in the permanent loss of Warner’s Pond, because diadromous (migratory) fish populations are in serious decline in the Merrimack River system.
Middlesex County Feb 20 Weekly Crime Report: 64 Incidents and 38 Crime Stories
Middlesex County Feb 20 Weekly Crime Report: 64 Incidents and 38 Crime Stories. During the last week, Middlesex County reported a total of 64 crime cases. The most common type of crime was theft, with 21 instances, followed by 'Other' crimes, which included a range of incidents such as animal abuse, public order disturbances, and missing person cases, at 20 instances. Vandalism and suspicious situations were reported 7 times each, marking them as the third most common crimes. Assault cases were reported 5 times, while arrests were made on 3 occasions. A single case was related to a domestic situation. The data reveals a concerning prevalence of theft in the place, necessitating increased vigilance and potentially more robust security measures. The significant number of 'Other' crimes also suggests a diverse range of issues affecting the community, indicating the need for comprehensive and multifaceted crime prevention strategies.
Police Log 02/21/24
Daily Item StaffAll address information, particularly arrests, reflects police records. In the event of a perceived inaccuracy, it is the sole responsibility of the concerned party to contact the relevant police department and have the department issue a notice of correction to The Daily Item. LYNN Arrests Carlos Alcantara-Acosta, 25, of Boylston Street in Boston, was arrested […] The post Police Log 02/21/24 appeared first on Itemlive.
Taste of Italy in Medford: The 4 Italian Eateries You Can't Miss
This article presents four exquisite Italian restaurants located in Medford. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we would love to hear about your experiences. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Mother of Harmony Montgomery asks court to officially declare her daughter dead
NASHUA, N.H. — The mother of Harmony Montgomery is asking a New Hampshire court to officially declare that her daughter is dead. Crystal Sorey is also requesting that the court name her as the head of Harmony's estate. Sorey made the request in district court in Nashua, filing what's...
New England Is Home to One of the Best Restaurants for Meatballs
My brother's nickname in school was "Meatball". Growing up in an Italian household, sooner or later you're going to get a nickname, and his wasn't so bad. After all, who doesn't love a good meatball?. It's a great source of protein, plus some good gravy (sauce in laymen's terms), cheese,...
DA identifies human remains found in Saugus as man reported missing last year
The man withdrew a large amount of cash from a bank account and left his phone behind before he disappeared, family told Boston 25.
We Went to Jail – This Is What We Ate
The Fife and Drum in Concord, Massachusetts is unlike any other restaurant in the state – not because of the food served, but because of who is serving it. It is inside the walls of the Northeastern Correctional Center, a minimum and pre-release prison where inmates who have demonstrated ability and willingness to follow the rules get to live with an option to work either on site or in the community. The Northeastern Correctional Center’s culinary program provides an opportunity for inmates to engage with the outside world while honing skills that are applicable to the restaurant industry outside of the facility’s walls. The Fife and Drum has been open since the 1970s, and the money generated from guests goes back into the program so that it can continue to run.
NH man indicted on charges in connection with shooting deaths of man and woman in Nashua, AG says
A New Hampshire man was indicted on several charges in connection with the shooting deaths of a man and woman last year.
Flight attendant accused of trying to video record teen girl in airplane bathroom held until trial
BOSTON (AP) — An American Airlines flight attendant arrested on suspicion of trying to secretly video record a 14-year-old female passenger using an airplane bathroom last September is being held […]
Lowell driver killed after crashing head-on into wall
LOWELL – A man was killed Monday afternoon during a fiery crash in Lowell.It happened around noon on Route 110.Lowell police said the man's car crashed head-on into a wall. The car appeared to go up in flames.The man was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.No further details are currently available.
Massachusetts City Named One of the Most Rat Infested Cities in the U.S.
Massachusetts is a great place to live. From sandy, sprawling Cape Cod beaches, to the stunning Boston city skyline, all the way to the beautiful, lush mountains of the Berkshires, Massachusetts really has it all. Massachusetts also has a great overall quality of life. It consistently finds itself featured on...
Man accused of stabbing roommate at Tewksbury Hospital held without bail
Brian Kobs stood before a judge inside Lowell District Court on Tuesday, less than a week after he was arrested for stabbing a patient inside Tewksbury Hospital. Police began an over 12-hour search for the 39-year-old last Thursday immediately after the alleged stabbing. At the time of the assault, prosecutors...
Bags Are No Longer Permitted At This Massachusetts Arena
Anytime I plan on attending a concert or a sporting event, I usually walk in the faciality almost empty handed with the exception of my cellphone, wallet, and car keys. If you plan on going to the TD Garden in Boston anytime soon for an event, you might want to consider leaving your carry-on bag in the car and only take "pocket fit" items into the facility.
Head-On Crash In Ashby Leaves Man, Woman Seriously Injured
The Middlesex County wreck happened shortly after 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 19, in Ashby on Turnpike Road. Ashby Police said a 2003 Cadillac Escalade was driving westbound near Greenville Road when it crossed the centerline and struck a Ford pickup truck head-on. The impact left a 43-year-old Ashburnham woman trapped...
WILMINGTON POLICE LOG for February 15, 2024
WILMINGTON, MA — Below are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log from Thursday, February 15, 2024:. A caller reported a possible paving scam on Brand Avenue. (10:16am) Police responded to a verbal dispute between an employee and customer at Simards. Police sent the customer on their way. (2:08pm) Staff...
21 Bedford Students Earn Quarter 2 Honors at Shawsheen Valley Technical High School
Principal Jessica Cook of Shawsheen Valley Technical High School in Billerica proudly recognizes the academic achievements of 21 Bedford students for the second quarter of the 2023-2024 school year.
‘Wing was destroyed’: Boston flight diverted after plane damage discovered mid-air
Passengers on a Boston-bound flight were happy to be on the ground Tuesday morning after the wing of their plane started “coming apart."
Wife blames Danvers nursing home for husband's death, calling it "neglect"
DANVERS - A Salem woman says her husband went to a North Shore nursing home for rehabilitation and within months he was dead. The family alleges it was neglect that killed Luciano Guiseppe Sforza.Sforza, known as Louie, was a proud veteran who served his country during the Vietnam War. After being honorably discharged, he returned home, married Lori and helped raise her two children. Lori said she met Louie in 1977, calling him a beautiful, kind person and "an angel walking the earth."Sforza suffered with health problems after he was exposed to Agent Orange during the war.Treatment at Hathorne Hill in...
Salem Deaths Ruled Possible Murder Suicide
Officials have ruled the deaths of a man and woman in Salem as a possible murder-suicide. The bodies of 47-year-old Jennifer Barrett and 41-year-old Charles Molinari were discovered inside of a home on Bodwell Avenue Saturday. An autopsy revealed Barrett died of a gunshot wound to the head and it’s...