UMass Boston administrators today notified its workforce that 40 workers will either be laid off or have the hours reduced because of the school's continuing financial issues. The cuts are in addition to the 50 workers who took "voluntary separation."
A man with dual Irish and US citizenship was arraigned in Boston last week on federal fraud and identity-theft charges that could put him in prison for four decades after he spent six years trying and failing to convince Irish courts to let him stay in County Kildare. Read more.
Around 11:15 p.m. on Crowell Street, off Norfolk Street.
We’re not rewarding them for their negative behavior. What we’re saying is you’ve made mistakes that have hurt your whole community. If you want to do the right thing, we’re here for you.
And don't worry, Trumpies - the program is privately funded, just the way you like it.
WHDH reports on the crash shortly before 2 p.m. on East Cottage Street near Norfolk Avenue.
"Just another day on the Red Line," Kate O'Toole reports as she watches the hordes at JFK/UMass after everybody was ordered off an inbound train that had just decided life to give up the ghost.
At 7 Peninsula Pl. around 7:45 p.m., Boston Police report.
The Globe reports workers had been complaining about bug bites for months.
Around 7 p.m., one in the leg, the other grazed, Scan Boston reports.
Around 10:40 p.m. at Columbia Road and Bird Street. At least six shots fired.
Not long after, a man showed up at a local ER with a fresh gunshot wound; unclear if it's related.
A woman was shot in the face as she sat in a car at Westview and Ames streets in Dorchester around 9:40 p.m. Injuries not considered life-threatening.
A serial bank robber dubbed the Rte. 128 Bandit and his girlfriend were arrested in Dorchester on Tuesday, Boston Police report. Read more.