Read part seven of the Spotlight series: A better Boston? The choice is ours
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The video shows Theresa Lund, executive director of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, asking a neighbor if she lived in the “affordable apartments.”Continue reading »
A police officer and a local woman were shot and killed Sunday after a 20-year-old man allegedly crashed a car, attacked the officer, stole his gun, and used it to shoot both victims.Continue reading »
Emanuel Lopes, sitting in a wheelchair and wearing a hospital gown, was arraigned Tuesday for the murders of Weymouth Police Sergeant Michael Chesna and Vera Adams.Continue reading »
The events began when police responded to a 911 call of an erratic driver speeding and driving over lane markers into oncoming traffic near South Shore Hospital.Continue reading »
William Kelley resigned after Dartmouth administrators recommended that the school revoke his tenure and end his employment.Continue reading »
A backlog in emergency departments slows treatment for mentally ill patients and creates stress for doctors and nurses, who are generally not well-trained to manage patients who might be psychotic, violent, or suicidal.Continue reading »
On any given night, about 360 unaccompanied youths and young adults are believed to be homeless in Boston. The city won $4.9 million in federal funding to combat the problem.Continue reading »
The Worcester area was slammed Tuesday afternoon as thunderstorms rolled through Massachusetts, with flash flooding crippling some of the city’s streets.Continue reading »
Emanuel Lopes was arrested by Weymouth police at least twice before he was accused of shooting and killing a Weymouth police officer and a woman in her home.Continue reading »