A 5-foot-6 junior outside hitter on the 20-8 Worcester State women’s volleyball team, she averaged 14.25 digs and 13.25 kills with 10 service aces in a 3-1 week for the Lancers. She was the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week for the fourth time.
In a 1-0 win over Fitchburg State, the WPI freshman defender used his back heel to score the first goal of his college soccer career for the 10-5-1 Engineers. Beverly’s Anthony Vigliotta, a senior forward from St. John’s Prep, registered the assist.
A junior forward on the 4-0-1 New Hampshire women’s hockey team, the Lawrence Academy grad totalled four goals in wins over Holy Cross (9-1) and Vermont (5-4), netting the winner in overtime against the Catamounts in Burlington.
A friend said Emanuel Lopes was in the guidance counselor’s office while he was a high school student and that he used a pair of scissors to repeatedly stab himself in the neck.Continue reading »
The bystander killed in Weymouth, allegedly by a man who is also accused of murdering an on-duty police officer, was identified as 77-year-old Vera Adams.Continue reading »
A computerized system that Boston uses to assign students to schools is locking out many black and Latino students from high-performing schools, according to a report obtained by the Globe.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 »
The Supreme Judicial Court’s decision examined whether it is unconstitutional to order someone diagnosed with drug addiction to stay sober while on probation.Continue reading »
Michael Chesna, 42, a six-year veteran of the Weymouth police department, was shot not far from where he grew up, his father-in-law, Francis Doran, said in a phone interview.Continue reading »
Garrett Matthias, 5, thought about what his funeral would look like one day. He did not want a solemn gathering; he wanted a carnivallike atmosphere.Continue reading »
The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, said records indicate Bob Massie’s campaign “does not currently appear to have a workers’ compensation policy in place.”Continue reading »
As broad cost-cutting measures and staff realignments continue to batter State Police on the mainland, sleepy island barracks on Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard continue to endure.Continue reading »