Police Officers Killed In Line Of Duty Honored At State HouseSgt. Michael Chesna and Sgt. Sean Gannon were honored at the Hanna Awards.
Bill Would Bring Back Death Penalty For Murdering Law Enforcement OfficersSitting with grieving family members, two lawmakers renewed a push Tuesday to re-establish the death penalty in Massachusetts.
Weymouth Police Memorialize Fallen Sgt. Michael Chesna's Locker In GlassWeymouth police are honoring a fallen officer with a special memorial.
Weymouth Police Union Marks Anniversary Of Sgt. Michael Chesna's Line-Of-Duty DeathThe president of the Weymouth Police Patrolman’s Union released a letter of reflection on Monday to mark the first anniversary of Sgt. Michael Chesna’s line-of-duty death.
Two Fallen Officers Receive Officers Association Medal Of HonorAbout 50 police officers from Massachusetts, including two killed in the line of duty, are being recognized this weekend for their bravery, service and humanitarian acts.
Slain Officer Michael Chesna Honored By Participants In Tough Ruck MarathonParticipants completed the 26.2-mile course from Concord to Boston while wearing rucksacks.
Weymouth Firefighters Square Off Against High Schoolers To Honor Fallen Officer ChesnaFirefighters squared off against high-schoolers on the basketball court in Weymouth on Saturday to honor Sergeant Michael Chesna.
Boston Ceremony Honors Law Enforcement Officers Killed In Line Of DutyA ceremony at Boston's State House honored members of law enforcement killed in the line of duty.
Slain Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna's Wife Shouts In Court At Suspected KillerThe wife of murdered Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna had an outburst as the officer’s suspected killer was led out of the courtroom on Thursday.
Abington Road Race Honors Slain Weymouth Officer Michael ChesnaThe Jeff Coombs Memorial Road Race honored the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and slain Weymouth Police Officer Michael Chesna.
Gov. Baker Proposes Bill To Keep Dangerous Criminals In Jail, Off StreetsIn response to the killings of multiple Massachusetts police officers, Governor Charlie Baker is proposing sweeping legislation in an attempt to keep dangerous criminals in jail and off the streets.