Roxbury

3-Year-Old Roxbury Boy Was 'Beaten Up' Before Death, Cousin SaysA 3-year-old boy who suffered traumatic injuries at a home in Roxbury last weekend and later died was beaten, according to a relative.
Cause Of 3-Year-Old Roxbury Boy's Death Not Yet DeterminedOfficials have not yet determined the cause of death for a 3-year-old boy who died several days after being taken from a Roxbury home with traumatic injuries.
3-Year-Old Boy Found Unresponsive In Roxbury Home DiesA three-year-old boy who was taken to the hospital Sunday night with life-threatening injuries has died, police confirmed Tuesday.
Critically Injured 3-Year-Old Boy Remains At Boston Medical CenterA three-year-old boy was taken to the hospital Sunday night with life-threatening injuries, police said.
3-Year-Old Rushed To Hospital For TraumaA 3-year-old child was rushed to Boston Medical Center Sunday night with a traumatic injury, according to police.
Project Hope's Annual Toy Drive In Full SwingVolunteers from several companies are helping gather toys for an annual toy drive put on by Project Hope, a Boston-based agency dedicated to helping low-income families.
Police Identify Victim Killed In Roxbury ShootingBoston Police say they've named the teenager who was fatally shot near the department's headquarters.
Muslim Community In Boston Concerned For Safety After Terror AttacksAbdullah Faaruuq, Imam of the Mosque for the Praising of Allah in Roxbury, says he's deeply concerned for the safety of Muslims in the community.
Teen Shot Near O'Bryant School In RoxburyBoston Police say the teen was shot in a park across from the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science.
Habitat For Humanity Building Roxbury Home Named After PopeWith every nail and every hammer the spirit of Pope Francis is alive at a home under construction on Woodbine Street in Roxbury.
Man Sleeping Under Goodwill Trailer Killed In Tragic AccidentA man sleeping under a trailer in Roxbury was killed when it accidentally rolled over him Friday morning, police said.
Sheriff Fined For Asking Shops To Remove Opponent's Campaign SignsSuffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins has paid a $2,500 penalty for asking businesses in his district to take down campaign signs for a political opponent.

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