A former youth football coach from Leominster faced a judge Monday, accused of sexually assaulting a boy and then giving him alcohol.
Benjamin Brause, who coached youth football for more than 10 years, was arrested at his home.
Firefighters credited the ingenuity of neighbors in helping to rescue the boy.
The state’s first licensed slot parlor is eyeing next spring for a possible opening.
The state gaming commission voted 3-2 on Thursday to offer the slots parlor license, with conditions, to Penn National Gaming, which plans to operate the facility at the Plainridge harness racetrack.
Levine says the money was a result of more than a week’s worth of work for her girl scouts, including four booth sales held over February vacation.
Gambling regulators opened deliberations Tuesday on the state’s first and only slots parlor license, with proposals in Plainville and Leominster appearing to gain an early edge over Raynham Park.
State troopers and local police from Leominster and Fitchburg collaborated on an investigation that led to the arrest of a NH bank robbery suspect early Saturday morning.
The State Police are reporting dozens of accidents across the state.
Police say a man who stole from Victoria’s Secret rammed an officer with a baby stroller, with a child in it, as he tried to get away.