Ivan Vaclavik, an immigrant from Czechoslovakia who has faced more than 100 criminal charges, has been expelled from the United States 37 years after he was first ordered to leave. Below are some notable incidents in the saga.
World-class study spaces
Kids aren’t necessarily getting the equivalent of the corner office, but gone are the days of a desk and bookshelf shoved into the corner of the bedroom.
Keith Lockhart at Lynn Auditorium
The Oct. 1 performance will be presented by North Shore Community College.
Revere residents to have say in city spending
The city plans to set aside $100,000 from its fiscal 2017 capital for budget projects that will be approved by voters.
Stoneham Town Day to be held Sept. 19
New attractions for this year’s event include an Artisans Grove and a four-station Miniature Farm petting zoo.
Gloucester mayoral candidates to face off in forum
Hosted by the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, the event will be hosted at the Elks at Bass Rocks on Sept. 15.
Intertribal Pow-wow to be held in Haverhill
The event will feature drum groups, intertribal dancing, demonstrations, as well as traditional arts and crafts.
UMass Lowell receives donation from Azorean government
The gift is an important addition to UMass Lowell’s Portuguese collection and will strengthen ties between the islands and mainland Portugal.
Green space grows in Manchester-by-the Sea
The Trustees of Reservations announced the gift from the late John Donovan, through the Atwater land Nominee Trust, last month.
Bill Clinton to receive human rights award at UConn
STORRS, Conn. (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton plans to visit the University of Connecticut next month, where he will be awarded the Thomas J. Dodd Prize in International Justice and Human Rights.
Rape suspect allegedly used rosary beads to choke woman
Police say a man released from jail two weeks ago used rosary beads to choke one of two women he’s charged with raping within a half-hour of each other.
Group done collecting submissions for new bay advocate
An environmental organization is done collecting applications for a new baykeeper to advocate for Casco Bay in Maine.
Intruder shot by homeowner faces burglary charges
Police in Maine said an intruder was shot by a homeowner during a break-in and is facing burglary charges.
Rescued hiker recounts ordeal in Baxter State Park
A 78-year-old hiker from Virginia who went missing in Maine’s Baxter State Park last week said he survived on granola bars, water, and his backwoods skills for three days until he was rescued.
Massachusetts man dies after car veers off Maine road
A Massachusetts man died in Maine after his car veered off the road and crashed into a stone wall and multiple trees, authorities said.
AFL-CIO leader to walk with Joe Biden on Labor Day
The Pennsylvania event will highlight the vice president’s close ties to organized labor as he mulls a presidential campaign.
Deflategate case now in judge’s hands
The judge in the case will probably either uphold the Patriots quarterback’s four-game ban or will completely vacate it.
Move over, millennials. Gen Z is new target audience
Generation Z, loosely defined as those 20 and younger, are starting to spend their own money, and businesses are noticing.
After 40 years, Fuller Brush man still going door to door
There are three Fuller Brush men left in Mass. Al Cohen, 64, is one of them.
MBTA repair bill up to $7.3b and may rise, panel says
A spokesman for Governor Baker praised the board for its work but did not commit to more money for the agency.
In stunning reversal, nanny’s murder case dropped
The medical examiner’s office said it could no longer stand by its ruling that a Cambridge infant’s death in 2013 was a homicide.