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A Braintree teen has pleaded not guilty in Quincy District Court to operating under the influence of drugs after he allegedly crashed his car into a police cruiser while he was trying to videotape an accident scene on his cellphone, police said. William Sawyer Jr., 18, was also charged with impeded operation, operating to endanger, and obstructing an emergency vehicle, according to a Norfolk district attorney's spokesman.
In addition to the age increase, city officials last night voted to limit the use of e-cigarettes in public and ban sales of single cigars under $2.50.
The cold is likely to continue through the next three weeks, bringing several snow showers, including one tomorrow, writes meteorologist David Epstein.
A male Rottweiler was recovered in Hudson, N.H., while a female Rottweiler mix (pictured) was found in Burlington after both either escaped or got stolen this weekend.
With the season sliding into the abyss, the NBA Draft is the subject of Gary Dzen's latest Celtics mailbag.
The former Boston Police Commissioner has joined WBZ-TV as its new security analyst, the station announced today.
Proposed slot parlors in Plainville, Raynham, and Leominster received ratings from the state's gaming commission.
The Department of Public Health in Framingham issued an alert warning residents that they may have been exposed to the measles if they shopped at the Trader Joe's in Framingham on Feb. 15 or 16.
A Framingham man was arrested on a warrant charging him with assault on a police officer after he was found loitering in front of the MBTA Chinatown Station early today. Robert O'Regan, 24, is facing charges of assault and battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct, MBTA Transit Police said in a statement. Transit Police officers arrived at the entrance of the station at about 12:38 a.m. today after reports of a group of people loitering. Several people were blocking the entrance and smoking. Officers approached to disperse them, Transit Police said.
A 90-year-old man died Monday from injuries sustained in a fire that tore through his South Boston apartment this weekend, Boston fire officials said today.Andrew Pano was pronounced dead at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he had been rushed following the one-alarm fire at 265 E St. that was discovered around 9 p.m. Saturday, said Boston Fire Department spokesman Steve MacDonald.Pano lived on the second floor of the building. An elderly woman who lived on the top floor of the triple-decker is still in serious condition at Brigham and Women's Hospital, officials said. Her name has not been released.
A Boston man is facing charges after allegedly pointing a gun at police last week before leading them on a chase.
Will A.J. Pierzynski be able to replace the offense of Jarrod Saltalamacchia? Peter Abraham and Dan Shaughnessy discuss.
Jeff Green and Kelly Olynyk each had 21 points in the loss for Boston, which dropped all four games on its road trip and extended its losing streak to five.