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Police Searching for ‘Armed and Dangerous' Suspect in Roslindale Murder

Boston police said they are looking for an "armed and dangerous" suspect in connection with the murder of a 42-year-old woman in the city's Roslindale neighborhood last week. Akil Jackson, 41, with a last known address in Easton, Massachusetts, is wanted for the murder of Alicia Heywood of Easton on July 29. She was shot in broad daylight in a busy section of Roslindale.
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Body found in Boston hotel garage confirmed to be that of missing teen from Easton

BOSTON — An Easton teen who was reported missing last week was found dead Monday in a Boston parking garage, according to police. Emergency crews responded to report of a body in a parking garage located at 110 Huntington Ave. near the Marriott Copley Hotel just after 3:30 a.m. Monday. Hazmat crews also responded to the Huntington Avenue garage because of a report of potentially hazardous materials at the scene.
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Saugus hiker found dead in Arizona

A Saugus woman is dead after suffering a heat-related illness during a hike in Arizona Friday evening, according to the Advertiser’s news partner WCVB. The woman has been identified as Angela Tramonte, 31, of Saugus. Tramonte was in Phoenix for the first time visiting her boyfriend who she met on...
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Dot’s Reading Room: Farmers’ Markets Offer Fresh Food and Community Connections

One of my fond childhood memories is of going with my mother on a Saturday morning to the Raleigh, NC farmer’s market. I’m not sure whether we called it a “farmer’s market” at the time. It took place in a cavernous warehouse, always delightfully cool on a torrid Raleigh morning, and I especially delighted in the fish vendors’ stalls and their gleaming wares. On other days we shopped at the precursor of the supermarket, the local “Piggly Wiggly, a small neighborhood store with limited stock.” (I didn’t encounter a supermarket until my early teens.)
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Real Estate Transfers ~ July 16, 2021

Please join us in bidding adieu to the sellers and welcoming Bedford’s newest residents. 80 Carlisle Road, a 6 room Cape Cod on 1.02 acres, built in 1959:. Sold by Bonnie Porter-Couto on 6/28/2021 to Jeffrey Porter for $145,000. 28 Chelmsford Road, a 6 room Cottage on 0.30 acres, built...
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Babe Ruth Summer Baseball ~ U-12 Wins for Middlesex White and Middlesex Blue

Bedford’s Middlesex White under-12 Babe Ruth summer team battled from behind twice to prevail over Lexington Monday, 11-7. The Bedford team erased a 4-0 deficit with six runs in the third inning. The next time at bat, trailing 7-6, Bedford added three runs to secure the lead for good, thanks to Kai Slesher, who hit an inside-the-park home run with a full count and two runners on base.
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Woman Killed Near Roslindale Pharmacy Identified As Alicia Heywood

BOSTON (CBS) — Boston Police have identified the victim of a shooting that took place in Roslindale late last week. Alicia Heywood, 42, of South Easton, died after being shot Thursday afternoon. It happened around 1 p.m.m near Sullivan’s Pharmacy and Birch Street. Police said at the time that the shooting was not a random act. “I’m just horrified because I come here all the time, and it’s usually a nice, quiet area with nice, friendly people,” Carla Odaija of Roslindale told WBZ-TV on Thursday. There has been no word on any arrests yet. Police said anyone with information should call police at 617-343-4470 or 1-800-494-TIPS.
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South Boston restaurant blames lazy handout-taking lardasses for its staffing shortages, not its own pay rates

Amrheins on West Broadway is blaming government handouts for how long it's taking its customers to get their food these days. Amrheins is slated to be reborn as a much smaller cafe-style eatery when its block is turned into a life-sciences research building. In 2019, the developers planning that building paid Amrheins owner Stephen Mulrey $16.5 million for the current building and parking lot, according to Suffolk County Registry of Deeds records.
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AG requires all staff to be vaccinated by end of September

BOSTON — Attorney General Maura Healey will now require that all staff in her office get vaccinated against COVID-19, broadening a policy she announced in May that required certain public-facing employees be vaccinated when they return to in-person work. The vaccine requirement will take effect on Sept. 27, when Healey's...
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