June 29, 2013 On Saturday, June 29th, the Central American community in New England will be celebrating “La Fiesta del Maiz”. This cultural event will take place at Wonderland ballroom in Revere starting at 5PM […]
Two Massachusetts residents are suing the New York Post, for falsely portraying them as suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings.
It was a front page that jolted a 17-year-old from Revere, with the headline “Bag Men.” There was Salah Barhoum with a friend standing near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Federal and local investigators are asking the public to come forward with information, photos, or video to help them track down who’s responsible for the deadly explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line.
Local and federal agents are now saying the man police were questioning is not a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
The man police call a “serial armed robber” who has posed as a police officer, was arrested Wednesday night in Maverick Square
Doctor Zeeshan Khan will never forget the horrible moment when he realized that he left a valuable bag behind at the Wonderland MBTA station.
Sandro Anaya was convicted in 2011 of several armed robberies in which he pretended to be a policeman. He wore a badge and carried a BB gun that looked a lot like the weapons police carry.
A 12-year-old called 911 as his best friend was savagely attacked by two rottweilers.
A 14-year-old Revere boy was mauled by two dogs after he hopped a fence.