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Maine man, 19, charged with murder in fatal shooting of 2-year-old girl

Andrew Huber Young, of Wells, allegedly shot the three people at a home in the town about 4:20 p.m. Saturday, the Maine Department of Public Safety said in a statement. The child was identified as Octavia Huber Young of Wells, but officials did not disclose her relationship to Andrew Huber Young. → Read More

Two taken to hospital, nine displaced, after two alarm fire tears through home in Dorchester

The fire started on the second floor of 4 Sargent St. and quickly spread to the attic and through the roof, the Boston Fire Department said Friday afternoon. → Read More

Abington High School senior struck and killed by commuter rail train

An Abington High School senior died after she was struck by a commuter rail train Friday night, officials and her family said Sunday. → Read More

Man fatally shot in Keene, N.H., died of single gunshot wound

Authorities have determined that a man who was fatally shot in Keene, N.H., on Friday died of a single gunshot wound and have ruled his death a homicide, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office said. → Read More

Police search for man who allegedly committed rape in downtown Boston

Officers responded to a report of a rape near Harrison Avenue at about 6:30 a.m., Boston police said in a statement. → Read More

Off-duty Randolph police officer dies in crash on Route 3 in Hingham

Officer Michael D. Beal, a 35-year member of the Randolph Police Department, was killed in a two-car crash Saturday morning near the Derby Street exit, officials said. → Read More

Summer-like heat is here, but water still too cold to swim, experts say

While the air temperature may be in the 80s, water temperatures remain in the dangerously cold mid-40s for much of Massachusetts, forecasters said. → Read More

Police seek suspect in attempted kidnapping in Burlington

Police received a call from a driver who said they saw the suspect dragging a victim away on foot near Great Meadow Road at about 8:20 p.m., Burlington police said in a statement. The driver pulled over nearby and apparently startled the suspect, who fled on foot. → Read More

Woman struck and killed by commuter rail train in Salem

The woman was hit by an outbound train about 5 p.m. while “trespassing on the right of way,” MBTA Transit Police Superintendent Richard Sullivan, a department spokesman, said in an e-mail. → Read More

Service suspended on Blue Line, Rockport commuter rail, for construction projects

Blue Line service between Airport and Bowdoin stations will remain suspended, and commuter rail service on the Rockport Line will be altered, until Friday because of construction work, the MBTA said Sunday. → Read More

Methuen man convicted of child rape who fled trial arrested in Maine

Stephen Corbin, Jr., 38, was captured by federal marshal’s in Farmingdale, after Massachusetts State Police developed information he may be staying at a house there, Ryan’s office said in a statement. → Read More

Former Somerville police officer admits to pepper spraying handcuffed man

Michael McGrath had been charged with assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon in 2019. A judge on Thursday continued the case without a finding, and placed McGrath on probation for one-year, with the condition that he not seek employment as a police officer, officials said. → Read More

Newburyport teen granted environmental wish

A dream came true Saturday for Newburyport teenager Allison Brock, who has refractory epilepsy. Nine trees were planted in her honor with help from the Make-A-Wish Foundation Massachusetts and Rhode Island. → Read More

Man and woman found dead in N.H. home died of gunshot wounds, deaths ruled homicides

Authorities have determined that a man and a woman who were found dead inside a home in Gorham, N.H, early Wednesday morning died as a result of gunshot wounds and have ruled their deaths homicides, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office said. → Read More

Calif. man allegedly threatened to commit anti-LGBTQ violence at Merriam-Webster in Springfield

Jeremy David Hanson, 34, of Rossmoor, Calif., is facing one count of interstate communication of threats to commit violence. He is due to appear next week in US District Court in Springfield, officials said Friday. → Read More

Missing couple in Concord, N.H. found dead, officials say

Stephen Reid, 67, and Djeswende Reid, 66, had each been shot multiple times when their bodies were found in the area of the Broken Ground Trails, the New Hampshire attorney general’s office said in a statement Friday. → Read More

Woman shot in Chelsea; expected to survive

A 68-year-old woman was rushed to the hospital after she was shot by a stray bullet as she was getting into her car in Chelsea Thursday afternoon, police said. → Read More

Two-alarm fire tears through Norton home

A home in Norton was deemed uninhabitable after a two-alarm fire tore through it Saturday afternoon, the fire department said. → Read More

Greenfield man pleads guilty to selling fentanyl-laced fake Oxycodone over the dark web

Jeremiah McLenithan, 42, pleaded guilty to multiple drug and firearms offenses and sentenced to 13 to 15 years in state prison, the Northwestern district attorney's office said Friday. → Read More

Palm Sunday in Boston in photos

Palm Sunday, the start of Holy Week for Christians around the world, was celebrated in Boston Sunday. In Copley Square, the faithful processed outside Trinity Church, waving palms during a morning service. At the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in the South End, Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley blessed palms at the start of an 11:30 a.m. Mass. Services at the iconic churches, as well as parishes across… → Read More