Leah Klein was not much liking what she saw in the sky over Chelsea early this evening.
WBZ reports the driver of a tractor trailer discovered his vehicle wouldn't fit inside a Dunkin' Donuts in Chelsea today.
A helicopter is flying low and in circles over the area this morning. It could be a federal radiation chopper, or it could be a training exercise by the FBI and State Police. Read more.
A 17-year-old was shot around 11:40 p.m. on Tudor Street and rushed to Mass. General in critical condition, Chelsea Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney's office report.
State Police report inspectors were out in full force this weekend, looking for commercial vehicles with improperly secured loads, an issue you may recall became kind of a big deal last summer when a hatchet flew into the windshield of a car on I-95. Read more.
Cybah took pictures at the May Day march and protest this afternoon.
Chelsea and State Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney's office announced today they've arrested Juan Santana-Ruiz, 40, of Everett, on charges he knifed a teenager at a Chelsea restaurant last month.
Santana-Ruiz was arrested in the Hartford area on April 3 and returned to Massachusetts on Friday, authorities say.
The Chelsea Record reports the Chelsea Conservation Commission rejected plans by Massport to store contaminated sludge from dredging near the Black Falcon Pier in South Boston in "Confined Aquatic Disposal Cells" in Chelsea Creek.
The commission said just because Massport did the same thing with sludge from the Conley Terminal doesn't mean Chelsea Creek can continue as the repository for the stuff.
State Police report a passenger in a car that troopers had pulled over for motor-vehicle infractions last night got behind the wheel and started driving off - with a trooper who had tried to stop him dragged for several feet.
State Police say the incident happened at Congress and Pearl streets.
The Supreme Judicial Court today upheld an Everett resident's assault and battery conviction that was based in part on a DNA test that showed the blood on his sweatshirt belonged to the man he stabbed.
Manuel Arzola sought to overturn the conviction on the grounds the DNA test was the equivalent of a police search requiring a warrant, which police in Chelsea didn't get after arresting him.
The Supreme Judicial Court today ordered new trials for Michael Cowels and Michael Mims, convicted in 1994 of stabbing a woman to death in Chelsea the year before.
Part of the evidence against the two men was two towels with blood on them, which Suffolk County prosecutors said the pair had used to clean themselves after killing Belinda Miscioscia and dumping her body behind an industrial building.
Trader Joe's in Coolidge Corner may be trying to fool us into thinking it's summer with that Red Sox banner the week before the Super Bowl, but it's no use - Louise Miller found long lines there this afternoon.
Meanwhile, up at the Chelsea Market Basket, Dan O'Brien found a store with check-out lines backing up into aisles - and not a single shopping cart to be had:
Chelsea Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney's office report they are looking for Hector Enamorado, 36, on charges he shot two men on Chester Avenue early Sunday, one fatally.
Anybody who knows where he is can contact Chelsea detectives at 617-466-4843 or the anonymous tip line by calling 617-466-4880 or texting CHELSEA and their information to TIP411 (847411).
Police have yet to identify the murder victim, 29, because his next of kin have yet to be notified. Both he and the survivor are Chelsea residents, although neither lived at the building where they were found, the DA's office reports.
Kris H. noticed some visitors at the salt piles off Marginal Street in Chelsea.
Chelsea and State Police are investigating a one-vehicle crash around 1 a.m. on Cherry Street that sent both occupants to Mass. General - where one survived and the other didn't.
Police say the driver of the 2001 GMC SUV, 35, died. His passenger, 47 and also from East Boston, remains hospitalized.
Police say the vehicle was operating at a high rate of speed when it plowed through a signpost and then slammed into a building.
Police cruiser stuck in the water on Vale St. Officer still in the cruiser water is up to the door and is coming in.
Female motorist stock in the water and water is coming in the vehicle.
Authorities have released a photo of possible suspects in the shooting death of a 35-year-old woman who was simply looking out her window early this morning on Shawmut Avenue in Chelsea.
In a statement, Suffolk County DA Dan Conley says:
Based on evidence developed by investigators through last night, authorities said today that the woman killed inside a Shawmut Street residence was not the intended target of that shooting.