Amesbury, MA

Boston woman charged with drunk driving after motorcyclist killed in New Hampshire crash

NORTH HAMPTON, N.H. – A Boston woman was arrested and charged with drunk driving Saturday afternoon following a fatal crash in New Hampshire.It happened around 3:45 p.m. at the intersection of Atlantic Ave. and Woodland Road in North Hampton. Police said 38-year-old Jennifer McCoy of Boston was driving a BMW when she entered the intersection and crashed into the operator of a Harley Davidson motorcycle.The motorcycle operator was rushed to an area hospital but did not survive.McCoy and her passenger, a juvenile, were taken to the hospital but did not suffer any injuries. Following the crash, McCoy was charged with driving under the influence. She is scheduled to be arraigned in Rockingham District Superior Court.
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Motorcyclist Killed in Crash in North Hampton, NH

A motorcyclist was killed in a collision with another vehicle on Saturday afternoon in North Hampton, New Hampshire. State police said they were called to the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Woodland Road around 3:45 p.m. along with North Hampton police and fire for a report of a car crash.
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One person is dead after crash in North Hampton

NORTH HAMPTON, N.H. — One person is dead after a crash involving a motorcycle in North Hampton. New Hampshire State Police say the collision happened shortly before 4 p.m. yesterday after a BMW entered the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Woodland Road. The unidentified motorcyclist was taken to the...

Driver Charged with DUI in Fatal North Hampton, NH Motorcycle Crash

The driver of a BMW with a child in the car that fatally struck a motorcycle in North Hampton Saturday afternoon was charged with driving under the influence. New Hampshire State Police said the 2015 black BMW driven by Jennifer McCoy, 38, of Boston entered the intersection of Atlantic Avenue (Route 111) and Woodland Road around 3:45 p.m and hit a 2020 Harley Davidson motorcycle. All three people involved were taken to Portsmouth Regional Hospital where the driver of the motorcycle was pronounced dead. Their identity was not disclosed by State Police.
Watertown News

Police Log: Man Arrested for Driving Recklessly, Safe Stolen from Home

The following information was provided by the Watertown Police Department. June 13, 3:34 p.m.: A car was forced into a parked car by another driver, who fled the area. A Honda SUV was driving east on North Beacon Street near the Toyota dealership. A Volkswagen tried to pass her and went over the double yellow line. Another vehicle was coming the other direction, so the VW swerved back and collided with the Honda, forcing it into a parked Lexus sedan. The VW did not stop, but the boyfriend of the Honda driver was in another vehicle and he followed the driver. He was able to give Police the location of the VW, which went into a lot at 311 Arsenal St. Multiple witnesses confirmed what happened, as did surveillance video. Police found that the driver was not licensed, and he was wanted on a warrant for unlicensed driving. Jorge Lavaganoli, 30 of Watertown, was arrested on charges of reckless operation of a motor vehicle, operating left of center, unlicensed driving, and leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury, and speeding, along with the warrant from Quincy District Court.

Dave Portnoy Net Worth: How Much Is He Worth In 2022?

A native of Swampscott, Massachusetts, Portnoy was conceived on March 22, 1977. Throughout his childhood, he played baseball and football, and he was always interested in sports. No matter how much he protested it, Portnoy went to the University of Michigan, even though he wouldn’t be participating in any sports while there. In 1995, he graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in education.

Five rescued by Ipswich Police Officer Matthew Bodwell when boat capsizes in harbor Saturday

An Ipswich police officer is being celebrated after he rescued five people, including a pregnant woman and a 14-month-old girl, from a capsized boat on Saturday. Patrol Officer Matthew Bodwell received a mayday call over the marine radio during rough seas at approximately 3:15 p.m. Saturday saying that a boat had capsized near the Clark Beach mooring area and people were in the water, the Ipswich Police Department said in a statement. Bodwell, who serves as a marine patrol supervisor and assistant harbormaster, responded in the Ipswich Police Harbor Patrol boat.