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12-year-old boy seriously injured after being hit by car in Taunton

A 12-year-old boy suffered serious injuries after he was struck by a car while crossing the street with his family in Taunton Friday evening, police said. → Read More

Authorities conducting homicide investigation after man dies in Lawrence

Authorities are conducting a homicide investigation after a man died following a reported assault in Lawrence Friday morning, the Essex district attorney’s office said. → Read More

Missing 5-year-old child found by hiker in Lincoln

The child ran away from a group walking along a conservation trail at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday, fire officials said. → Read More

Mass. State Trooper honored at Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Thomas W. Devlin was one of 300 law enforcement officers whose names were added to the memorial during a candlelight vigil Thursday at 6 p.m., State Police said in a statement on Instagram. → Read More

Fights at Lawrence High School are raising concerns among parents

A series of fights and arrests at Lawrence High School has put school officials, parents, and students in the city on high alert. Mayor Kendrys Vasquez has scheduled an emergency joint meeting of the School Committee and City Council for Monday night to discuss the violence. → Read More

Woman injured at the Topsfield Fair

A woman suffered an abdominal injury while trying to cut a zip tie at the Topsfield Fair on Saturday afternoon, officials said. → Read More

About 30 vehicles catch fire at Taunton auto auction

Crews battled the fire at IAA auto auction in East Taunton late into Friday night, hours after the fire was reported around 5:40 p.m., the fire department said. → Read More

Northampton man killed in fatal bicycle crash

Charles Braun, 69, of Northampton, was identified Friday as the victim killed in a crash involving a car at the intersection of Woodlawn Avenue and Elm Street, officials said. → Read More

Attleboro man charged with manslaughter for South End stabbing

Jibrail Abdurrashid, 26, was arrested Tuesday in Worcester by officers assigned to the department’s fugitive unit on a warrant issued out of Suffolk Superior Court, Boston police said. → Read More

Teen killed in rollover crash in Sandwich

Andrew Degan, 18, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on Route 6 east near exit 59 just before 6 a.m. Friday, State Police said. → Read More

Two fallen Mass. firefighters to be added to national memorial

Thomas Nye of the Marion Fire Department and Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard will be among the 215 names added Sunday to the National Firefighters Memorial in Emmitsburg, Md., the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation announced. → Read More

Two Granville men killed in single-car crash

Two Granville men in their early 20s were killed after their car went off the road “for unknown reasons” and crashed early Saturday morning, State Police said. → Read More

Woman arraigned for allegedly setting two police cruisers on fire in Dracut

Alicia A. Burley was arraigned in Lowell District Court on two counts of burning a motor vehicle and one count of trespassing, Dracut police said in a statement. → Read More

Danvers fire captain honored with top state safety education award

Capt. James Brooks received the 2021 Fire & Life Safety Educator of the Year Award for teaching a fire prevention course to students remotely after the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered Danvers schools in 2020, State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey announced Thursday. → Read More

Friends, family gather in Milton for wake of BU Professor David K. Jones

Friends and family gathered at the Alfred D. Thomas Funeral Home in Milton Sunday afternoon to remember Boston University Professor David K. Jones, who died after he fell through a rusted out, state-owned staircase in Dorchester eight days earlier → Read More

Workers rescued after getting stuck on lift at Devens business

The workers were working on air conditioning equipment at a Bristol-Myers Squibb facility on Jackson Road Saturday when a hydraulic line ruptured and they became stuck 40 feet in the air, a fire official said. → Read More

Russo’s market in Watertown makes its last sale

Saturday was the last day for shoppers at Russo's market in Watertown, which has been in business for more than 100 years. → Read More

Law enforcement seeks public’s help to find missing 38-year-old Wellesley woman

Dolly Thapa, formerly of Rowley, was last seen leaving a friend's home in Dorchester on Sunday. Her family reported her missing to Wellesley police on Monday evening, authorities said. → Read More

Two North End banks robbed by same man within minutes

The man did not display any weapons during the incidents, but did gesture as though he had one in his possession, Boston police said in a statement. → Read More

Man charged for hammer attack at Melrose construction site

Jeremiah Rhodes, 32, of Plymouth, was arrested at a home in Brockton Friday on a warrant charging him with assault to murder and other offenses, Melrose police said. He was ordered held, pending a dangerousness hearing, at his arraignment in Malden District Court later in the day. → Read More