Abbey Niezgoda, NBC Boston

Abbey Niezgoda

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Recent articles by Abbey:

Man Faces Judge on Accessory Charge in Martha's Vineyard Bank Robbery

A Martha’s Vineyard man who police say played a role in last week’s armed bank robbery faced a judge Monday in Edgartown, Massachusetts. Miquel Jones, 30, of Edgartown, is being charged with accessory after the fact. He was arrested over the weekend after police said they found him driving the same car the suspects got into once they ditched the… → Read More

Kidnapping of Woman From MBTA Station Spurs Demand for Self-Defense Classes

A 64-year-old Asian woman was kidnapped from the Wollaston MBTA stop in Quincy, Massachusetts, then raped repeatedly and left in a Brockton parking lot; the Wah... → Read More

Boston Activists Renew Calls for Info in Grandmother's Shooting Death Last April

Delois Brown, a 73-year-old grandmother, died after being hit by a stray bullet while sitting on her porch in Boston's Dorchester neighborhood in April of 2021 → Read More

Man Charged With Kidnapping, Raping Woman in Attack That Started at MBTA Station

A man accused of kidnapping a 64-year-old woman from an MBTA stop in Quincy, Massachusetts, and raping her repeatedly faced a judge in Quincy District Court Monday. → Read More

Staff Shortages, RSV Surge Lead to Long Wait Times at Hospitals

Massachusetts doctors say wait times at hospitals' emergency rooms are nearing historic highs; similar issues are being experienced at urgent care facilities → Read More

Race Between Chris Pappas and Karoline Leavitt for NH's 1st District Remains Tight

The First Congressional District in New Hampshire is one of the most closely watched House races in the country. Democratic incumbent Chris Pappas is facing off... → Read More

‘We Feel Targeted': Weymouth Food Pantry Hit by Thief Twice Ahead of Holiday Season

For the second time in a matter of weeks, a thief has hit the Weymouth Food Pantry. They’ve had the catalytic converter stolen off their delivery truck twice... → Read More

Man Charged in North Andover Break-ins Released With GPS Bracelet

Adam Auditore, a 26-year-old man from Medford, Massachusetts, is accused of breaking into Merrimack College students' apartments in North Andover; he was... → Read More

City Leaders Search for Solutions to Dangerous Conditions at Troubled Roxbury Park

Boston city leaders are trying to find a way to make Clifford Park in Roxbury safer after reports of dirty needles and drug usage. It has become such a problem... → Read More

Driver Found Guilty in Crash That Killed Toddler in South Boston

A jury found a woman guilty of motor vehicle homicide in the death of a toddler and serious injury of his sister four years ago in South Boston. Charlene Casey,... → Read More

Defense Calling Up Witnesses Amid Trial for Woman Charged in Crash That Killed Toddler

Charlene Casey, 67, is charged with motor vehicle homicide in connection with the crash that killed 2-year-old Colin McGrath and seriously injured his... → Read More

‘Beloved Driver' Dies in Accident at Brockton Waste Management Company

A man died over the weekend in an accident at a Brockton, Massachusetts, waste management business, the company said Monday, calling the longtime driver "loved... → Read More

Doctors Expect Severe Flu Season, Urge People to Get Vaccinated

There is growing concern that this year’s flu season has the potential to be severe. Health experts said it is hard to predict just how bad it could be, but they are worried more people are skipping the flu shot. According to a survey conducted by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, only 49% of adults said they plan on… → Read More

Union Members ‘Vehemently Oppose' Return of Chelsea Soldiers' Home Superintendent

Members of the unions that represent workers at the Chelsea Soldiers’ Home have issued a statement of no confidence in a decision by state officials to allow... → Read More

Were Warning Signs About Light Poles Ignored? Boston Residents Want to Know

NBC10 Boston has learned the city of Boston was made aware of the conditions of the poles before the tragedy occurred, but did not do anything to fix them. → Read More

Lynn Business Owner Says Deteriorated MBTA Bridge is Hurting His Businesses

A Lynn business owner says he wants the MBTA to repair the Mount Vernon Street Bridge after years of deferred maintenence. → Read More

BU Student's Drink Was Drugged, One of Dozens of Incidents Reported This Year in Boston

Boston University students are on edge after learning one of their classmates told campus police her drink was drugged; the Boston Police Department says it has... → Read More

Investigation Underway After Puppy Is Shot to Death by Brockton Police Officer

An investigation is underway in Brockton, Massachusetts, after one of the city’s police officers shot and killed a dog. → Read More

Mansfield Official Say Weather Could Have Contributed to E. Coli Found in Drinking Water

There is an emergency boil water order in effect in Mansfield, Massachusetts, after E. coli was found during routine testing. → Read More

People With UK Ties in Mass. Mourn Death of Queen Elizabeth II

From London to Boston, people all over the world are gathering to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II and her legacy. At the JFK Library and Museum in Dorchester, a condolence book was set up in the lobby on Friday. Flowers were also delivered throughout the day. “I wrote ‘Queen of my life,’ because she was born before me and… → Read More