Three separate shootings in Boston in the span of 14 hours sent seven people to area hospitals.
Two shootings, two different reactions.
Business owners are happy to see the increased police presence, because the violence is hurting their bottom-line.
A violent holiday weekend in Boston has left four people dead and about a dozen others suffering from gunshot and stab wounds.
Two justices for the highest court in Massachusetts have asked state lawmakers to change a tough wiretap law to enable police to investigate and prosecute the hundreds of shootings and killings committed by street gangs. Supreme Judicial Court Justices Ralph Gants and Judith Cowin made the call Friday in an opinion supporting a ruling barring secretly-recorded evidence from being used against a man who admitted to a 2007 drive-by killing in Brockton.
A Boston man was arrested in New Hampshire on weapons charges in connection with the fatal shooting of four people, including a toddler, in the city’s Mattapan neighborhood earlier in the week, authorities said […]