The Greater Taunton Amateur Baseball Umpire Association says it is suspending officiating service to the league after two umps were met with an angry crowd, including a man allegedly threatening to physically assault the pair.
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During a month meant to celebrate pride, someone has been bringing shame to Uxbridge. The rainbow flags adoring a bridge in the town keep disappearing.
It’s the end of an era for a dance studio in Lynn. Donna’s Dance Studio is closing after 50 years in business.
Barbers and beauticians in Boston received special recognition for the service they provide to their communities after feeling forgotten during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“We should have been given a heads up and patients should have been given a heads up, but I technically think this came down the pike so fast,” says a Compass Medical Employee who wants to remain anonymous.
A new video obtained by Boston 25 News shows the moment a gunman opened fire near Revere Beach on Sunday, striking a teenage girl. Police say this video shows the first of two separate shootings on Sunday.
State police are investigating after three people were shot in multiple shootings near Revere Beach Sunday, forcing hundreds of people to empty the beach on Memorial Day Weekend.
Arlington Police are investigating a crash in which multiple pedestrians were struck by a vehicle in Stop & Shop parking lot
Bella Owumi picked up a basketball at an age when some kids preferred picking up crayons. Her passion for hooping started in kindergarten when tagging along with her dad to his pickup games.
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley announced Tuesday that the department will “likely” create a matching grant program of up to $1 million for districts that pilot a cellphone restriction policy.