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Authorities ID Man, Woman Found Dead on Red Line Tracks in Quincy

Authorities have identified the man and a woman found dead on Red Line tracks in Quincy, Massachusetts, on Monday. The Norfolk District Attorney's Office said the two people found dead from apparent contact with the electrified third rail were Klyer Granada, 20, of South Boston, and Tanairy Rodriguez, 20, of Lowell. They said family members have been notified.
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State Police: Missing person search underway in Wilmington

WILMINGTON, MASS. (WHDH) - A search for a missing person has authorities looking through an area by I-93 North in Wilmington, according to officials. A Massachusetts State Police spokesperson told 7NEWS that troopers, an MSP K9 and a State Police Marine Unit with watercraft have been operating in the Wilmington area after the search began around noon. The MSP Air Wing was also called in.

Billerica Man Who Vanished From Wilmington Crash Found Safe Hours Later: Police

A man who went missing from an overnight crash in Wilmington is said to be returning to his family several hours later, authorities said. Police responded to a crash involving a 2013 Acura TSX and a tractor-trailer near Exit 35 on I-93 north around 12:42 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, Massachusetts State Police said. Investigation revealed the Acura struck the back of the trailer and was being dragged by the vehicle.

Planning Board Signs Off On Commerce Way Warehouse Project

The Planning Board met last night, with the main agenda item hearing from proponents as well as residents concerned about the 30 Commerce Way project. Before jumping into that, Doug Lees of Land Engineering & Environmental Services expected a quick signoff on the as-built plan for the Honda dealership at 150 Main St. He instead found out that Planning Board members often drive by ongoing projects.

Unprepared New Hampshire Hikers Were Charged With a Crime After Rescue

Back in June, in New Hampshire’s Franconia Notch State Park, two hikers got into trouble and called for Search and Rescue. After a seven hour ordeal, both trapped hikers were rescued. Authorities, though, charged the two hikers with reckless conduct for being so ill-prepared for their adventure. Jason Feierstin, 22, of Lowell, MA, and Dylan Stahley, 25, of Windsor, NH, entered guilty pleas to reduce their charge from a misdemeanor to a violation.

POLICE LOG: 9-28-22

LYNN Arrests  Kevin Chappie, 43, of 662 Boston St. was arrested for operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, possession of a class B drug, and possession The post POLICE LOG: 9-28-22 appeared first on Itemlive.
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Video captures moments before double-fatal wrong-way crash in Windsor

WINDSOR — At first, the dashboard camera video shows a typical late-night highway scene from the point of view of a driver heading northbound on Interstate 91. But brake lights can be seen in the distance, and from the red lights emerge white ones: The headlights of a wrong-way driver head toward the vehicle with the camera.

Massachusetts man sentenced to prison due to drug and violent crime activity throughout the state

BOSTON – A Massachusetts man was sentenced for racketeering and drug trafficking conspiracies stemming from his involvement in the street gang, NOB. 27-year-old Joshua Teixeira, a/k/a “Trouble,” of Boston was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin to seven years in prison and three years of supervised release. In April 2022, Teixeira pleaded guilty to one count of RICO conspiracy and one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute controlled substances.

Boston Police searching for missing 10-year-old

BOSTON — Authorities are on the lookout for a girl who went missing Tuesday afternoon. Jaslene Cirino, 10, was last seen around 1:00 p.m. in the area of Bates Elementary School, 426 Beech Street in Roslindale, according to Boston Police. She was last seen wearing a teal shirt with gold butterflies and blue jeans.

Heading to the Topsfield Fair? The poultry building will be closed this year

TOPSFIELD, Mass. — The building that houses the Topsfield Fair’s poultry show will be closed this year due to avian influenza concerns. In a statement, Topsfield Fair General Manager James O’Brien said, “Per the recommendation of The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources, who is concerned about the highly pathogenic avian influenza, we have made the difficult decision not to open our Poultry Building during the 2022 Topsfield Fair.”

15+ Things to Know This Week In Tewksbury

Select Board member Jayne Wellman surprised longtime resident Rita O’Brien Dee with a brick from the recently demolished Center School, which had stood since 1934. O’Brien Dee not only attended high school at the Center School, she’s devoted many years to the education of children, having started as a teacher’s aide in the Head Start program. She became a teacher in 1971 and spent 27 years with Head Start before joining the board of Community Teamwork.

Man charged with threatening crossing guard outside of Everett school

EVERETT – A man was arrested after police said he threatened a crossing guard outside of an Everett school.Isaiah Blaze was arraigned on Tuesday.The crossing guard said that Monday morning, Blaze allegedly pulled a gun and threatened to shoot him.The incident allegedly began with an argument the day before between the crossing guard and the mother of Blaze's son.Police did not find a gun on Blaze when they arrested him.

Massachusetts Alert! Level 3-Critical Drought

Despite recent rain events, the majority of Massachusetts is still in a Level 3 – Critical Drought status, as described below. All residents and businesses should continue to do whatever they can to conserve water. For tips on conserving water at home, click here!. The Massachusetts Executive Office of...