Drew Karedes, Boston 25 News

Drew Karedes

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Drew:

New buildings popping up near Boston's highways, but what about car pollution?

It's a thriving trend in the Boston area – drawing tenants to brand-new buildings that continue to go up along the city's busiest highways. → Read More

South End businesses near 'Methadone Mile' facing numerous daily challenges

We're hearing from businesses in the South End near 'Methadone Mile.' they explained just what they deal with on a day-to-day basis. They say that it has gotten so bad that businesses have to lock their doors during business hours – and some are even considering moving. → Read More

Cleaning up 'Methadone Mile' can't come fast enough for some residents

For the first time, Boston is showing residents what it will take to clean up the so-called 'Methadone Mile.' but skeptical South End residents are showing why a solution can't come fast enough. → Read More

Who is vandalizing strollers in a Boston neighborhood?

A squabble over strollers in the South End appears to be leading to growing tensions among neighbors. → Read More

'Somebody's got a sick mind': Lynn church taking vandalism personally

Parishoners at Saint George Greek Orthodox Church are taking an appalling act of vandalism personally. → Read More

Family still searching for answers 4 years after NH woman's murder

Denise Robert was gunned down in Manchester, N.H. four years ago. Her family has never given up hope that justice will happen. → Read More

Volunteers readying at-risk students for start of new school year in Boston

Dozens of volunteers spent most of Wednesday door-knocking across the city of Boston ahead of the school district's first day back to school on Thursday. → Read More

Family captures video of group of whales feeding off of Nantucket coast

The Cribbins family says it began with an up-close and personal encounter with one humpback whale and continued through the duration of their eight-hour fishing charter. By the end, they believe they witnessed at least 100 whales in total. → Read More

Serial tire slasher continues to disrupt life for section of Hyde Park

A serial tire slasher is wreaking havoc in one Boston neighborhood. Dozens of tires have been flattened over the last three nights in Hyde Park near the Roslindale line, and neighbors are worried it's going to happen again. → Read More

Worcester firefighters rescue 4 people from burning triple-decker

Firefighters are working to determine what sparked a 4-alarm fire in Worcester on Thursday. → Read More

Somerville could be home to nation's first official safe injection facility

If Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone follows through on his promise, his community could be home to the nation's first official safe injection facility. → Read More

Salem math teacher dies in equestrian accident

Parents whose kids attend Bentley Academy Charter School were saddened by the notification they got Tuesday, informing them that one of the teachers died after a freak equestrian accident. → Read More

Local family captures video of shark swimming near boat in Cape Cod Bay

A local family describes it as "the thrill of a lifetime" while fishing Sunday afternoon in Cape Cod Bay. They were stunned to see a great white shark right next to their boat. → Read More

City officials continue to answer questions on 'Methadone Mile' cleanup

Mayor Walsh and Commissioner Gross took follow-up questions on the city's attempts to clean up 'Methadone Mile' at a community event at Sparrow Park during a part of National Night Out. → Read More

Meeting focuses on issues with 'Methadone Mile' in Boston's South End

It didn’t take long for passion and differences of opinion to erupt in a meeting to address 'Methadone Mile' in the city's South End. → Read More

City officials address local and national violence during National Night Out

National Night Out events were held across the country on Monday night as leaders nationwide called to end the violence after the shootings in El Paso and Dayton have left at least 31 people dead. → Read More

MBTA targets October for completion of Red Line repairs

It could be two more months before repairs are completed to the MBTA Red Line following the derailment back in June. The MBTA told Boston 25 News on Sunday that they are doing everything possible to try to get the work done sooner. → Read More

Some people don't like plans to develop Peddocks Island

Peddocks Island is the second largest of the 34 Boston Harbor Islands network, but the Department of Conversation and Recreation says it’s one of the least visited. → Read More

Trees toppled, roads flooded as severe thunderstorms hit region

The cleanup has started after severe thunderstorms and lightning swept across the region on Wednesday, toppling trees onto cars and flooding roadways in several communities. → Read More

Collapsible containers: New pilot program to solve South End trash troubles

There may be a potential solution to the trash troubles in many Boston neighborhoods. → Read More