Crystal Haynes is an Emmy award winning journalist, Boston 25 News weekend morning anchor, and reporter with nearly 20 years of broadcast experience. Her award-winning work has focused on equity in education, the housing crisis and maternal health.
Crystal is a part-time lecturer at Northeastern University. She is also the Chair of the Arlington Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Observance Committee, member of the Boston Association of Black Journalists, NAACP, and is a trained facilitator in gender-based violence prevention through Northeastern University's Center for Sport in Society.
Crystal holds a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Emerson College, and a Masters degree in Media Advocacy from Northeastern University's College of Arts, Media and Design.
Crystal grew up in Springfield, MA, but has called Arlington home since 2017 joining her husband and his family who have lived in town for more than four generations.
Hurricane Lee is set to bring high winds to the South Shore and Marshfield is under a high surf advisory through Saturday and a coastal flood advisory through Sunday. The storm is bad timing for a local ice cream shop.
Officers responded to multiple reports of vehicles that had their tires slashed in a parking lot located off Ashworth Avenue. Police said nine vehicles were found with tires that had apparently been slashed.
Just before 4 p.m., Fire Chief Cahill provided an update regarding the ongoing operations in Harvard Square following the two manhole fires, saying Eversource crews are working to contain an active third manhole that is producing excessive carbon monoxide to the surrounding buildings.