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US starts deporting Haitian migrants; ‘Heartless,’ says Boston-area Haitian community

As U.S. officials started flying Haitian migrants back to their devastated homeland on Sunday, those in the Boston-area Haitian community called the Biden administration’s deportations “very disappointing” and “heartless.”. Thousands of Haitians have been crossing from Mexico into Del Rio, Texas, in the wake of the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti...
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Police investigating motorcycle crash in Boston

BOSTON (WHDH) - Officials are investigating after a motorcycle crash in Boston sent one person to the hospital Sunday. Officers responding to Soldier’s Field Road for reports of a crash found an injured driver who was taken to the hospital, police said. No other information was immediately available. The crash...
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Allegiant Airplane Blows Out Tire After Rough Landing At Logan

BOSTON (CBS) — An Allegiant Air aircraft traveling from Tennessee to Boston blew out a tire on Sunday after what passengers described was a rough landing on the airfield at Logan Airport. There were no injuries, and the 154 passengers and six crew members deplaned on the tarmac using air...
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Male In Norwood Shot Multiple Times, Taken By MedFlight To Boston Hospital; Police Searching For Gunman

NORWOOD (CBS) — A male shooting victim who was shot more than once in Norwood near Sturtevant Avenue on Sunday evening was taken by MedFlight to a Boston Hospital. As of Sunday night, Norwood Police and State Police are still actively searching for the shooter. Norwood Chief of Police Bill Brooks said the department received 9-1-1 calls around 5:45 p.m. about possible shots being fired. “I heard, ‘Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom.’ That’s what I heard,” said Diana Cappella, who lives nearby. After arriving, officers found a male victim who was shot multiple times. Brooks says that the shooter took off in a...

WATCH: Rookie Boston legend Larry Bird absolutely dominates the New York Knicks in 1980

More often than not, even the best rookie of each class needs a little time to truly get their bearings once they get to the NBA level from college or overseas. That was most decidedly not the case for Boston Celtics legendary small forward Larry Bird however, who was more than able to keep pace with some of the biggest stars of the league at the time when he was still a rookie.
Boston Herald

Vaccine mandate for 18,000 Boston workers rolls out Monday

Roughly 18,000 city workers will have to submit proof of full vaccination against coronavirus or start weekly testing starting Monday, according to a new city policy. “Our purpose is to protect our employees and the public, and our work is rooted in public health guidance and based on data and science,” Acting Boston Mayor Kim Janey said in a statement.
Daily Free Press

Social justice groups promote Faneuil Hall name change, citizens offer input

Activists planned to rally in support of changing the name of Faneuil Hall this weekend, but no protest occurred at the marketplace despite burgeoning support for the cause. Peter Faneuil, who the building is named after, was a prominent colonial slave trader. The New Democracy Coalition of Massachusetts, a non-profit and non-partisan organization based in Boston, planned to rally with the social advocacy organization Occupy Boston to get City officials to change the name, according to a Sept. 14 press release.

Boston Celtics: 3 players expected to make big jumps in 2021-22

The Boston Celtics come into the 2021-22 season with one thing on their mind — redemption. After enduring their worst regular-season record since 2014-15 (36-36) and their first Quarterfinals exit since 2015-16, the C’s front office took matters into their own hands this summer and aggressively made shakeups to the rotation.

Male In Norwood Shot Multiple Times, Medflighted To Boston Hospital

NORWOOD (CBS) — A male shooting victim who was shot more than once in Norwood near Sturtevant Avenue on Sunday evening was medflighted to a Boston Hospital. Norwood Police and State Police are currently investigating the shooting. Norwood Chief of Police Bill Brooks said the department received a 9-1-1 call...

25 best movies set in Boston

Known for the distinctive accent of its residents, devoted sports fans, storied colleges and universities, and some of the greatest hospitals in the country, Boston is a diverse city that offers a scenic and historic setting beloved by locals and visitors alike. Because of this, Beantown has secured a place not only in the hearts of many, but on the big screen as well.
Washington Post

Mancini provides a late spark, but the Orioles are swept by Boston

BOSTON — Trey Mancini, in and out of the Baltimore Orioles' lineup this month with an oblique injury, is battling through soreness for days such as Sunday. He badly wants to make it to the end of the season, his first since he missed all of 2020 because of colon cancer.
Tufts Daily

‘Monet and Boston: Legacy Illuminated’ leaves a lasting impression

Claude Monet (1840–1926) is arguably one of the most important painters of all time. With his extraordinary impressionist works, he captured nature’s fleeting moments in an entrancing manner and forever left his mark on art history. Though he never visited Boston during his life, the city has still served as a popular hotspot for collectors to buy and sell Monet’s works. Some of these compositions were eventually donated to museums, including Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.

Lions Open Season at Boston College Intercollegiate

CANTON, Mass.—The Columbia women's golf team will open its 2021-22 season when it travels to Canton, Mass. to participate in the Boston College Intercollegiate Monday and Tuesday at Blue Hill Country Club. Live stats are available on Golfstat at this link. Six Lions will make the trip to Massachusetts including...

The Great American Relay, a Coast-to-Coast Run Organized by a Fort Washington Marathoner, Pounds Through PA

Great American Relay runners cross the Lambertville/New Hope Bridge to begin the Pennsylvania leg. The Great American Relay, which raises funds for police, fire, and military causes, covers 18 states and 3,500 miles in 38 days. The final baton hand-off will occur October 19 at Los Angeles Fire Station 5, with that team of runners finishing up an hour later at the Santa Monica Pier.
Slipped Disc

Boston mourns a conductor

The death has been announced of James M. Orent, music director of the Brockton Symphony Orchestra for the past 14 years and a regular performer with the Boston Pops as violinist and guest conductor. Its chief, James Lockhart, described him as the ‘unofficial assistant conductor’ of the Boston Pops. Orent...

Emirates increases flight frequencies to US destinations

Emirates is increasing flight frequencies to a number of US destinations from next month. Emirates has been building up connectivity in response to growing passenger demand on the back of rising travel confidence and the easing of international travel protocols. The airline says there is also growing interest from US...