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A former Framingham State University student has been sentenced to three years in jail for driving drunk and causing a crash that killed one of her friends. Brooke Uttley of Haverhill was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to felony vehicular
Case Details: Police say a man removed a wallet from an elderly woman's purse after he began a conversation with her while she was shopping at Wilson's Farm Stand. Her credit cards were used at the Target store in Woburn.
Chen, 32, and Ronald Keplin, 57, recruited the women from various locales on the Eastern seaboard, including New York, and held them against their will in deplorable conditions, Attorney General Martha Coakley said during a news conference at
A tentative trial date has been set for an Irish nanny charged with murder in the death of a Massachusetts baby...The Cambridge, Mass., girl was hospitalized on her first birthday with severe head injuries and died two days later. An April 7, 2014,
A lawyer for a former Framingham State University student charged with being drunk and causing a crash that killed her friend says his client plans to plead guilty. An attorney for 23-year-old Brooke Uttley confirmed the plea change Wednesday. A
Terrafugia has released images of its next-generation flying car, the TF-X. Capable of taking off vertically and flying completely on its own, this street-legal flying car won't require a pilot's license to operate, the New York Daily News reported.
When the "transitional roadable aircraft" is being used for flying its wings are unfolded. Mass., May 7 (UPI) -- A Massachusetts aerospace company has unveiled its second generation flying car, even though it has yet to deliver any of it first
This article will appear in The New York Review 's June 6, 2013 issue. If you were to run into eighteen-year-old Baudy Mazaev on a multicultural Boston street, you'd probably take him for a Portuguese or an Italian; in a pinch you might guess his
Antonio Matos, 27, paused for a long time before entering a barely audible guilty plea. Hector Baez-Cruz, 23; Erianiss Murillo, 18; and Allegra Martinez, 19, also pleaded guilty on many of the same charges. Matos and Baez-Cruz were each sentenced to
Mass. (AP) A Framingham man has been convicted of second-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of another man after a night of drinking. Daniel Gonzalez was convicted Thursday in Middlesex Superior Court of stabbing Geoffrey McKinnon in June 2009