Cambridge Auction Features Artifacts From Notorious Gangsters

CBS Boston (News) 6/24 7:51A News – CBS Boston
BOSTON (AP) — Artifacts connected to some of the nation s most notorious gangsters are being auctioned this weekend. A handwritten musical composition by Al Capone, a letter written by John Gotti, and jewelry that belonged to Bonnie and Clyde are...

Seth Moulton Town Hall Briefly Interrupted By Audience Member Outburst

CBS Boston (News) 6/24 5:39A News – CBS Boston
BEVERLY (CBS) – Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton had to pause during his Town Hall event on Saturday in Beverly as a man in the audience interrupted with a heated verbal outburst. Moulton gave his opening remarks, and the topic of Russia...

Woman Charged With Murdering Boyfriend Inside Brockton Home

CBS Boston (News) 6/24 4:28A News – CBS Boston
BROCKTON (CBS) – Police have arrested a woman and charged her with fatally stabbing her boyfriend inside the couple’s Brockton home. Just after 1 p.m. on Friday, police received a 911 call about the...

ASICS America plans to stride into Boston by year’s end

Boston Herald (Business) 6/23 7:00P By Donna Goodison
ASICS America Corp. is targeting a December move-in for its new Boston product creation studio after the athletic footwear and clothing company signed a 10-year lease for 25,168 square feet on Summer Street near South Station.

Diploma day for Pine St. programs

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Herald Staff
Homeless Boston-area residents donned their caps and gowns yesterday as they celebrated the completion of job training programs with a graduation ceremony. For many of the graduates, who range in age from 20s to 60s, the ceremony under a big...

Peter J. Limone, at 83, resident of Medford

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Herald Staff
Peter J. Limone of Medford died Monday at home after a long illness. He was 83. Mr. Limone was born in Boston and raised in the West End. He lived most of his life in Medford. He was a family man who enjoyed spending time with his many friends....

Mary Jane Paull, former UMass professor, at 79

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Herald Staff
Mary Jane Paull of Hyannis, Weston and Framingham died Tuesday. She was 79. Mrs. Paull was born in Boston. She was a graduate of Mission Church High School, Regis College, University of Massachusetts Boston and Fitchburg State University. She...

MS-13 head trades guilty plea for 10-year deal

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Brian Dowling
The leader of MS-13 in East Boston, who was one of the dozens of gangbangers rounded up in a 2016 FBI sweep, pleaded guilty to conspiracy, drug, assault and gun charges in a deal with prosecutors that will land him behind bars for a decade....

Speros: Jeff Bauman battles back to be ‘Stronger’

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Bill Speros / Obnoxious Bosto
Jeff Bauman spent last night rock climbing as he continues to grow stronger every day. Bauman, who lost both his legs below the knees in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, is gaining ground one step at a time. His past four years have featured...

Lynch: Reduce cost on health plans

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Jordan Graham
The proposed Republican health care bill released by Senate leadership this week will “kill Massachusetts” without addressing any of the real flaws in Obamacare, Congressman Stephen Lynch said yesterday. “The two plans I’ve seen so far, they...

Boston man acquitted of fatally punching father of 3

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Associated Press
BOSTON — A Boston man has been found not guilty of manslaughter and aggravated assault and battery after delivering a fatal punch to another man trying to break up a fight. The Suffolk County District Attorney's office says a jury acquitted Bryan...

AP Explains: Sorting out the cannabis conundrum

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Associated Press
BOSTON — After a week of sharp divisions and heated rhetoric over the future of the state's recreational marijuana law, it's now up to a conference committee of six legislators to try and sort everything out. On one hand, there's a House bill...

Officials: 2 mumps cases confirmed at Harvard University

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Associated Press
CAMBRIDGE — Health officials at Harvard University say two members of the school community have been diagnosed with mumps. The Boston Globe reports  that Dr. Paul Barreira, director of Harvard University Health Services, said in an email to...

Baker announces revamp of state s primary website

Boston Herald (News) 6/23 7:00P By Associated Press
BOSTON — The state's "digital front door" is getting a makeover. Gov. Charlie Baker's administration is asking for public feedback as it moves to overhaul , the state's primary website. The administration this week launched a pilot...
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