Drew Karedes, Boston 25 News

Drew Karedes

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Drew:

Northbridge High student, 17, critically injured during fight in school gym

A 17-year-old Northbridge High student was critically injured during a fight in the school’s gymnasium, police and school officials said. → Read More

Local dog dies less than 24 hours after visit to popular dog park in Charlestown, owner fears poison

Pet owners in Charlestown are on guard after the mysterious death of a beloved family dog. → Read More

Would you pay $460K for a parking spot in Boston?

Some parking spots in Boston are being sold at a price you could get a home for, with some listed at nearly a half million dollars. → Read More

Some South End residents concerned over presence of homeless sleeping on school property

Neighbors living near the McKinley School in the heart of Boston’s South End have been asked to be on the lookout for makeshift homeless camps on school grounds. → Read More

Residents amazed at increasing bobcat sightings in Danvers

An uptick in bobcat sightings in the Danvers area has surprised many residents. → Read More

The case for saving crumbling, abandoned buildings in Boston

After an abandoned building in Boston’s South End crumbled to the ground, residents say many others are in similar states of deterioration, which could pose a serious risk to the public. → Read More

Local members of Jewish community march in New York to combat anti-Semitism

Nearly 200 local members of the Jewish community made a powerful display of solidarity in New York on Sunday. An estimated 25,000 people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge Sunday following a series of anti-Semitic attacks. → Read More

South End residents go digital to catch package thieves

It's through WhatsApp chat groups, which are growing in popularity in some of the cities’ neighborhoods. → Read More

Proposal would create affordable housing on top of Boston Public Library branches

How would you feel about living at your local library? If a new proposal in Boston moves forward, the future could look something like that at four library branches. → Read More

Substitute teacher in North Attleboro fired for allegedly smoking pot in high school classroom

A local teacher is in big trouble for giving a bad lesson to students. That teacher has been fired for smoking pot in the classroom after his students were the ones who turned him in. → Read More

House vote to impeach President Trump expected on Wednesday

If things go down as expected on Wednesday during a full house vote, Donald Trump would be the third president impeached in U.S. history. → Read More

Mass. man arrested in Maine after allegedly kidnapping Waltham woman and trying to drive to Canada

A man has been arrested in Maine for allegedly kidnapping a woman in Waltham and trying to drive her to Canada, according to Maine State Police. They say that the suspect is accused of taking her on a more than 150-mile drive north with intentions of crossing the border. → Read More

Proposed construction could add 600,000 square feet to BMC, frustration to some residents

The busiest trauma center in the region is announcing a major expansion could be on the horizon to keep up with demand. Boston Medical Center revealed it could add as much as 600,000 square feet of construction over the next decade. → Read More

Soldiers get warm welcome home in Cambridge after 9-month deployment

It doesn't get much better than this: families and friends reunited today when a group of soldiers returned after being overseas for nine months. One soldier met his daughter for the first time today. → Read More

Clearing snow in Merrimack Valley an ongoing process

It's the cleanup that keeps on going, and on Day 3 across much of the Merrimack Valley there's still lots of work to be done. → Read More

Police investigating after string of property destruction in Boston's South End

Boston Police are working to identify a group of teens accused of wreaking havoc in the South End. Several business owners and neighbors say the kids have been threatening them and destroying property just for the thrill of it. → Read More

Chain of North Shore bakeries closes permanently

With the holidays just weeks away, employees of a popular North Shore bakery suddenly learn they are out of a job. After more than 25 years in business, D'Amici's abruptly closed all four of its locations hours before opening time Monday. → Read More

Some South End residents on edge after attempted break-in of garden-level home

Neighbors living in garden-level apartments in Boston's South End are on guard after a bold break-in attempt. The intruder busted through a locked gate in a back alley but wasn't able to make it inside the building. → Read More

Boston 25 News security analyst weighs in on Quincy beating death case

Boston 25 News Security Analyst and former Boston Police Superintendent Dan Linskey isn’t surprised it took over nine months to arrest two men in connection to the beating death of a local father. → Read More

Video shows man jump on hood of own car as it was being stolen in South End

It's a video you can't believe is real. A man jumps on the hood of his own car to try and stop a carjacker. The suspect hit the gas with the victim clinging to the hood. → Read More