The Tufts freshman rushed for three touchdowns in a 28-14 NESCAC win over Colby Nov. 4 as the Jumbos improved to 5-3. His career-high 135 yards raised his season total to 370 on 81 carries, and he doubled his touchdown total.
The first-year goalkeeper at Bentley University was selected to the Northeast 10 Women’s Soccer All-Rookie team. She made 51 saves in nine games, and Bentley (8-8-1) posted its most wins since 2007.
The Amherst senior was named most outstanding cross-country performer in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. She repeated as the winner in the 6K race at the NESCAC Cross Country Championships Nov. 4 at Bates with a time of 21:20.
One of the two men killed in an early-morning fire on Hanover Street was a fixture in the North End, while the other was a 33-year-old Hamilton native.Continue reading »
Though coyote attacks around New England are rare, coyotes are not. Here’s how to ward them off.Continue reading »
A woman was in the middle of telling officers about a coyote when it suddenly appeared and attacked her.Continue reading »
The new head of the Massachusetts State Police this week made her first appointments, including picking her second-in-command.Continue reading »
A Newton woman posted a photo of a coyote she spotted to warn her neighbors about the dangers of the wild animals.Continue reading »
Jana Novotna, the Czech tennis star who famously cried on the Duchess of Kent’s shoulder after losing a Wimbledon singles final in 1993 and then triumphed at the same tournament five years later, died Sunday in the Czech Republic. She was 49.Continue reading »
The law will allow schools to teach students in their native language. It overturns a 15-year-old ballot measure that supported English-only teaching.Continue reading »
Everywhere amid the noise and jostle in the terminals this week came happiness as long-separated loved ones reunited.Continue reading »
Fifteen students made the claims in a statement to the campus newspaper, The Dartmouth.Continue reading »