Joe Kidston was on Nantasket Beach this morning: Read more.
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Cohasset town worker ran a cryptocurrency 'mine' in crawlspace under town high school, police charge
WCVB reports on the case against the guy, charged with using at least $18,000 in town electricity to fuel his operation to "mine" cryptocurrency in a crawlspace under Cohasset High.
Excel High student to face criminal charge for allegedly punching ref in the face at Cohasset basketball game
Cohasset Police announced today they will charge a 16-year-old basketball play at Excel High School in South Boston with misdemeanor assault and battery for an incident during a game in Cohasset on Wednesday.
Cohasset Police say they are investigating an incident this evening in which a 17-year-old player from Excel High in South Boston attacked a referee. Read more.
The Plymouth County District Attorney's office reports Bradley Rein, 53, of Natick, has been charged with reckless homicide by motor vehicle for the crash at the local Apple store yesterday that killed one and send numerous other people to area hospitals, many with serious injuries. If convicted, he could face up to five years in state prison.
Early riser Joe Kidston captured the rainbow over the water in Hull this morning.
Joe Kidston shows us the sunset in Hull this evening.
An off-duty and out of uniform MA National Guard Lt. Colonel spotted a bus with Florida on its side, assumed it was full of migrants sent by De Santis, and aggressively followed it for 10 miles. Read more.
Boston Timelapse captured what appears to be a lightning strike at Logan from a National Park Service camera atop the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Read more.
The owner of a Hingham printing company says Massachusetts Republican Party Chairman Jim Lyons is blaming it for some spat it has nothing to do with and has barred the party and official Republican candidates from using its services. Read more.
NPR reports David McCullough died Sunday at his home in Hingham.
BLVCK.machina watched the sun go down over Millennium Park in West Roxbury this evening.
Joe Kidston, down in Hull, where they actually got some of the storms we were promised today, also watched the sunset through the storm clouds: Read more.
Joe Kidston watched the sun come up over Nantasket Beach this morning.
Joe Kidston and Finn watched the sun come up over the coast in Cohasset this morning: Read more.
Michael Spicher couldn't help but notice the ominous clouds from the ferry from Hingham back to Boston this afternoon. Read more.
Hull man who spent time in prison for securities fraud going back to prison for pandemic-relief fraud
A federal judge yesterday sentenced Shane Spierdowis, 31, of Hull, to two years in federal prison for collecting pandemic economic funds he had no right to - because they were based on shell companies, and he claimed money for a period that included the time he was in prison for violating probation on an earlier securities-fraud conviction. Read more.
Joe Kidston captured the ocean's ragin' glory this morning at Black Rock Beach in Cohasset: Read more.
Three students at South Shore high school to be charged with making a social-media threat against the school
Not long after Whitman-Hanson School Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak e-mailed parents this morning that no social-media threats had been made against the district's high school, Szymaniak learned that, in fact, a threat had been made against the school. Read more.
South Shore towns step up police presence at local high schools after copy-cat shooting threats on Snapchat
The Whitman-Hanson Regional School District alerted parents this morning, even though it was not one of the school districts targeted by the threats.
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