Somerville is cracking down on drivers who don’t stop at crosswalks, with officers handing out plenty of $200 tickets.
In the crosswalk sting, police used a department employee who kept walking across the street. Drivers who did not stop for the employee were pulled over and ticketed.
Police were out ticketing drivers who didn’t stop for people in the crosswalks.
Alexandra Romanos, 41, of Stoneham, was arraigned Wednesday on two counts of aggravated rape of a child, and three counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14.
A 93-year-old woman suffered life threatening injuries when she was struck by a FedEx truck on Thursday morning.
There’s good news for people who wish that Dunkin’ Donuts delivered.
May 31, 2014 The Mayor of Somerville Joseph Curtatone has said no to the secure communities program, becoming the first Mayor to put limits on the federal program which became mandatory in 2013. Mayor Curtatone […]
Here’s a thought that’s literally out of this world: a one way trip to Mars. Two locals are on the short list to do just that.
Somerville’s mayor says he will sign an executive order that bars city police from detaining people simply because they are suspected of living in the U.S. illegally.
A Cambridge elementary school teacher charged with trading and collecting child pornography waived a detention hearing in federal court in Boston today, asking to be held voluntarily while the case against him is investigated.
Harvard University is telling students to be on alert after a student was allegedly assaulted off-campus.