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Everett Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Everett witnessed a total of 40 reported crime cases, with the majority being disturbances, accounting for 23 cases. This was followed by 6 incidents of vandalism and 4 cases classified as 'Other'. Theft, arrests, and assaults each accounted for a smaller portion of the total, with 3, 2, and 2 cases respectively. The data suggests a concerning prevalence of public disturbances, which made up more than half of the total incidents. Vandalism, the second most common crime, was however significantly less frequent. The relatively low numbers of thefts, arrests, and assaults suggest that these are less of a problem in the place, although any level of crime is of course undesirable. The authorities in Everett will certainly be keen to reduce these numbers in the coming weeks.
On your radar: Snow, ice, rain on tap for Massachusetts ahead of the weekend
A patchy coating of snow or ice is likely in some parts of Massachusetts overnight Thursday into Friday morning, then rain will dominate the forecast.
Everett Hosts First-Ever Lunar New Year Celebration
The City of Everett hosted the Lunar New Year Celebration on Friday, Feb. 16, at the Connolly Center. Residents gathered to celebrate the Year of the Dragon for the City’s first-ever Lunar New Year celebration. Attendees rang in 2024 with a celebration featuring entertainment like musical performances, dancing and...
Cambridge man arrested in connection with breaking and entering into stores in Boston neighborhood
A man has been arrested in connection with breaking and entering into multiple stores in Beacon Hill.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Kittens Up for Adoption in Melrose, MA
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to melrose..
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...
Boston and Brockton Police, with DEA, Arrest Randolph Man for Drug and Weapon Charges
Boston's streets just got a little cleaner, thanks to a joint drug bust by the Boston Police, Brockton Police, and the DEA that snatched a Randolph man, along with a stash of drugs worth thousands. The arrest occurred on Tuesday after an extended investigation carried out by law enforcement agencies, sweeping through Hyde Park and Brockton in a series of coordinated maneuvers, the Boston Police Department reports.
Held Pending Trial Is A Flight Attendant Who Is Suspected Of Trying To Film A Teenage Girl In The Airplane Restroom
A flight attendant for American Airlines is being detained pending trial after being apprehended on suspicion of attempting to surreptitiously film a 14-year-old girl passenger using an aircraft restroom in September of last year. Who Is The Suspect?. Additionally, it has been reported by the police that Estes Carter Thompson...
SNOWPORT: Curling Takes Boston by Storm on February 23rd
Get ready to slide, sweep, and score at Boston's coolest winter sport event! "SNOWPORT: Curling" is gliding into town, and it's time to unleash your inner Olympian. Whether you're a seasoned curler or looking to try something new and exciting, Harbor Way is the place to be.
Experience Authentic Japanese Cuisine: 3 Must-Visit Restaurants in Reading
This article presents three exceptional Japanese restaurants located in Reading. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below:
Raising the roof on triple-deckers in Boston
Open the door to the history of this style of housing in Boston.
Stash’s Pizza must pay $105,000 after employee called woman racist slurs, state commission rules
The incident, which took place in October 2020, started when a woman called the pizzeria to report what she believed was race-based discrimination. The employee who answer the phone called her the [N-word] multiple times and threatened to hang her, according to court documents. The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination has...
Zion Church Ministries Hold Black History Month Service and Collation
Zion Ministries Church of Everett celebrated Black History Month with a service and collation Sunday, Feb. 18 at the church. Bishop Robert G. Brown presided over the event, welcoming the many guests to the celebration. The signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 2, 1964 was noted in his remarks. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy first proposed the landmark civil rights and labor law in June, 1963.
Police Log 02/22/24
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 Jamal Bernard, 29, of Leston Street in Mattapan, was arrested […] The post Police Log 02/22/24 appeared first on Itemlive.
Massachusetts nurse pleads guilty to adulteration of Fentanyl
“BOSTON – A former nurse pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston to adulteration of fentanyl at a local hospital. Caroline Sheehan, 39, of Lowell, Mass. pleaded guilty to one count of adulteration of a prescription drug with intent to defraud and mislead. U.S. District Court Judge Angel Kelley scheduled sentencing for June 12, 2024. Sheehan was charged by Information in November 2023.
Interruption in service after MBTA Red Line train catches fire
Train service on the MBTA’s red line was disrupted when the Cambridge Fire Department responded to a reported fire in a station Wednesday afternoon.
GoFundMe created for family of missing Haverhill man found dead in Saugus
A GoFundMe campaign has been created to benefit the family of 53-year-old Haverhill resident John Lawler, whose skeletal remains were discovered by a dog walker in a wooded area of Saugus on Sunday. Lawler was reported missing in July 2023 and was last seen in Saugus. Joshua Deveau, Lawler’s oldest...
Soggy end to the week
ENJOY IT WHILE YOU CAN Thursday will stay partly sunny and dry during the day. After another chilly wake-up call in the teens and 20s, highs will make it to the low-mid 40s. That’s a little higher than yesterday and will feel decent. A warm front will push toward us this evening with clouds and our next round of precipitation. Rain will dominate east of 128, but areas to the west may see brief snow and freezing rain at the start. There may be some slippery roads north and west of Boston. The best chance for accumulation will develop north and west of rt 2 at higher elevations. RAINY FRIDAY
A love triangle, a shooting, and an arrest in Quincy's Wollaston neighborhood
QUINCY − A Lowell man has pleaded not guilty to assault to murder after a shooting in Wollaston. Daniel Rivera, 34, faced five felony charges Tuesday at Quincy District Court. Judge Mark S. Coven ordered the defendant to be held in custody pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 27. Rivera...
Massachusetts is Where to Find 2 of New England’s Best Haunted Historic Houses
Massachusetts definitely has a history of haunted spots throughout the state. Sure, it's only late February and that spooky Halloween time is a long eight months away, but with this state's rich history, it seems like as good of a time as any to bring this topic of discussion up. While there are certainly plenty of spooky stories throughout Massachusetts and its long history, the Bay State happens to be home to two of the best haunted historic houses in all of New England.