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Liam Martin

WBZ Boston News

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Past articles by Liam:

Vandals Destroy Newly Renovated Field At Haverhill School

Somebody ran their car through a school playing field in Haverhill Tuesday night, and it's wrecked. → Read More

Legal Expert: Acquittal Will Not Affect Hernandez’s Appeal In Odin Lloyd Case « CBS Boston

Legal Analyst Jennifer Roman speak with WBZ-TV's Liam Martin about the verdict in the Aaron Hernandez's case. → Read More

Meb Keflezighi Preparing For Final Boston Marathon

The 2017 Boston Marathon will be the final time Meb Keflezighi makes his way from Hopkinton to Boston. → Read More

Man On Mission To Clean Every Gravestone At Cape Cod Cemetery

A man has made it his mission to clean each gravestone at the West Dennis Cemetery. → Read More

Wednesday's Child Returns To WBZ-TV «

Liam Martin and Kathryn Hauser made the big announcement Monday morning. → Read More

Broken Water Pipe Destroys Library At Haverhill School

School is closed through Monday because asbestos was freed up by the rushing waters. → Read More

Man Robs South Boston Store With Hypodermic Needle

On Christmas Eve, a man walked into a South Boston convenience store and pulled a hypodermic needle on the clerk. → Read More

Newton Teen Says LeBron James ‘Made My Night’

LeBron James has won over a lot of Celtics fans after he took a moment to greet a Newton teen who was honored at the TD Garden Tuesday night. → Read More

Man Who Allegedly Dragged Officers In Mattapan Is Former Uber Driver

The man accused of dragging two Boston Police officers down a Mattapan street was recently an Uber driver, and now there are new calls to regulate ride sharing services. → Read More

Tsarnaev defense says feds haven't shown impact of Richard's death

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers say prosecutors haven't shown the impact of the death of the youngest person killed in the Boston Marathon bombings -- an 8-year-old boy. → Read More

Patriots fans 'disgusted' over Brady suspension

A New England Patriots fan tells NewsCenter 5'as Liam Martin that he is "disgusted" that Tom Brady was suspended for four games next season. → Read More

Police investigating suspicious Southbridge death

Police are investigating the suspicious death of a Southbridge man who was found dead in his home Saturday night. → Read More

More severe weather slams southwest

More tornado watches are issued as the southwest deals with another night of severe weather. → Read More

Walpole residents voice concerns over proposed Islamic cemetery

There is controversy swirling around a plan to build an Islamic cemetery in Walpole, and on Thursday night residents voiced their concerns. → Read More

Liz Norden says she wanted to scream when Tsarnaev cried in court

Liz Norden explains to NewsCenter 5's Kelley Tuthill that seeing bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev cry in court made her so upset that she rushed out of court. → Read More

Needham principal resigns amidst probe of workplace conduct

Pizzi took over as principal in 2009. He previously served as an administrator in the Boston Public Schools. The principal of Needham High School resigned Saturday morning after he became the subject of an investigation. → Read More

Veteran's motorcycle stolen ahead of charity ride

A Revere veteran is at a loss after his motorcycle was stolen from his home Thursday morning. → Read More

For veterans suffering from PTSD, the war continues after coming home

Thousands of U.S. military members suffer from the dangers of post traumatic stress disorder when they return home from the front lines. → Read More

Arrests made in Baltimore after another night of unrest

Several people were arrested in Baltimore on Friday night after violating the city’s 10 p.m. curfew. → Read More

For veterans with PTSD, war doesn't stop after coming home

Combat Medic Denise Florio was stationed in Iraq at the height of the war. When she came home, her battle continued as she was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. → Read More