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Boston police are stepping up security at city schools after what were described as rambling'' and threatening'' letters were sent to about a dozen schools. Police Superintendent William Evans said Thursday that the anonymous, typed letters were sent
Interstate 93 headed south through Boston will be closed from midnight until 5 a.m. tomorrow, state transportation officials say, requiring motorists to use detours around the work area. A similar closure on the northbound side is planned June 18-19,
Meric/Getty Images Police are investigating an apparent suicide on John Henry's yacht , the Boston Globe reports. A police spokesperson told the Globe that a 28-to-30 year old male was found in cardiac arrest on the boat around today.
Officers found two guns, ammunition and drug paraphernalia when they searched the Dorchester home of Sean Goode, 31, on Friday afternoon, according to Boston Police Officer James Kenneally. Goode was arrested on charges of illegal gun and ammunition
Boston police are looking for a man caught on video surveillance pointing a gun in a woman's face and pulling the trigger. The gun did not discharge, and the man turns away, gets into a car and drives away. The woman, who appears frantic and holds
Hundreds of Boston police officers hoping to take promotion exams are putting their careers on hold while they await a ruling in a federal court case. The department is holding off on promotions until a judge rules on the fairness of a promotion test.
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The cyclist, a woman in her early 20s, was pronounced dead at the scene near the intersection of Beacon Street and Charlesgate West, Boston Police Officer James Kenneally said. Boston Police Officer Katherine Shea said that the victim was struck by a
Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis is set to deliver the commencement address at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, a month after he became a national figure in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings. The 57-year-old Davis is expected to
25 a.m. that four masked male suspects wearing hooded sweatshirts had forced their way into her home on New Whitney Street, kidnapped her daughter, and stolen a TV, a Sony Playstation, and her white Toyota Sienna van.