Arianna MacNeill, Boston.com

Arianna MacNeill

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Mountain View, CA, United States

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Complaints allege Gardner hotel hosted large weddings, including one with over 300 people

The Colonial Hotel reportedly hosted a wedding on Saturday that included 240 guests and 70 staff members. → Read More

3 Saugus police officers stabbed

The injured officers are thought to have nonlife-threatening injuries. → Read More

Another high school graduation gets cancelled after covert camp sparks COVID-19 concerns

Weymouth authorities announced the cancelation on Tuesday. → Read More

Woman charged with murder in fatal stabbing within Boston playground

“Mr. Dezrick’s life ended over an insignificant argument." → Read More

Check out these transportive aerial photos of Maine’s beloved coast

Gray Malin's series of photos capturing the Maine coastline from above were released Tuesday. → Read More

To avoid a COVID-19 horror show, Salem is planning a scarily scaled-back Halloween

Salem anticipates the state's reopening will remain in Phase 3 in October. → Read More

Cohasset cancels high school graduation after ‘prom-like party’ sparks COVID-19 concerns

The party was said to have 29 students, plus some parents, many of whom weren't wearing masks or social distancing. → Read More

Survey: Boston teachers want all-remote instruction this fall

And most say they’re at high-risk for getting COVID-19, or live with someone who is. → Read More

Universities in Boston look to hotels to help maintain social distancing

Northeastern University wants to rent the entirety of The Midtown Hotel, according to plans submitted to the city. → Read More

Brockton man accused of hate crime after allegedly shouting homophobic slur and assaulting Taunton man

The incident happened while the victim was outside his home with his husband, authorities said. → Read More

Man struck, killed by commuter rail train in Somerville

Transit police were called to the tracks near Beacon Street around 1 p.m. Friday. → Read More

19-year-old charged with murder in fatal shooting outside Revere Beach ice cream shop

Felix Martinez was nearly hit by a train fleeing the scene, authorities said. → Read More

2 ‘buck naked’ dog-walkers were arrested in Hopkinton, police say

“It wasn’t the typical day in Hopkinton, that’s for sure." → Read More

Holy Cross, former rowing coach sued by other driver in fatal Florida crash

Ronald Wolf was driving a pickup truck when a van carrying members of the Holy Cross women's rowing team reportedly turned into oncoming traffic. → Read More

Harbor cruise company responsible for ‘crowded’ ship issued cease and desist order

"This weekend's mass gathering on a boat in the harbor represents a serious threat to public health." → Read More

Record temps? Here’s the latest from local meteorologists about the sweltering heat

Monday and Tuesday are supposed to be hot, but just how hot? The heat index, which is a measure of the temperature plus humidity, could top out in the triple digits on Monday, and close to it on Tuesday, the National Weather Service said. Even without the humidity, just the high temperatures are supposed to be sweltering. The service noted that the area could break records over the next two… → Read More

20-year-old man shot to death outside of Revere Beach ice cream shop identified

Police are continuing to search for the suspect. → Read More

Suffolk court employee tests positive for COVID-19; courthouse closed Friday

The court was to be disinfected and is set to reopen Monday. → Read More

Mass. has changed its coronavirus travel rules. Here’s what to know.

“Every traveler coming to Massachusetts no matter where they’re from has a responsibility to help keep COVID-19 out of the commonwealth.” → Read More

Boston to resume ticketing during street sweeping next month

The city will not be towing vehicles in violation, however. → Read More