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More than two decades after Cambridge’s Richard Gleason was stabbed to death inside a Dorchester apartment, the man long suspected in the killing has admitted his guilt and been sentenced to 19 to 20 years in prison.
Harold Antoine Maxwell, 34, of Cambridge, was arrested Tuesday evening without incident, law enforcement officials said.
After nearly two dozen armed robberies that have him wanted by police in five cities, a man found a little more resistance than expected from a convenience store clerk Monday on Cambridge Street in Cambridge.
After four decades on Vassar Street, Dariusz Dobrolinski moved his Q Audio store to Brookline Street in Central Square this month – and three weeks later was robbed of about $10,000 worth of equipment.
A Michigan man and woman have been charged under the state’s new human trafficking law with bringing two underage girls to Cambridge as prostitutes, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said Tuesday.
I have found Dennis to be a man of character, strength, integrity and tenacity in pursuing justice. He will stand and fight for people who, for one reason or another, may not be able to defend themselves.
It has nothing to do with Cambridge, but this is such a priceless gem of a news paragraph that it really deserves a wider audience. Enjoy.
Crowdfunding has been used for everything from horror flicks to historical preservation here, but never for something so serious as “The Joe Donovan Project,” which could free a CRLS student who threw a punch in 1992 and wound up with a life sentence for murder.
An audit at the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority has turned up everything from missing checks to travel reimbursement questions and phone and Internet costs of nearly $9,000 a year for a three-person office.
Police have a suspect in an Aug. 28 suspicious fire on Brookline Street and for a Sunday stabbing near Harvard Square.