A new, emailed bomb threat was made Thursday against Cambridge Public Schools, warning of violence Friday, city officials said, but the risk doesn’t appear to be legitimate.
A man returned to Massachusetts to face charges in a violent Davis Square rape came straight from a seven-year prison term for public indecency with a child and “improper photography.”
Neighbors of the apartment rented by Jeremiah Asimov-Beckingham on Third Street won’t get a chance to see the wounded veteran and British Airways executive if he returns to Massachusetts from New York. He’ll be in police custody, waiting to be charged.
Millions of guns will still be sold without a background check, despite President Barack Obama’s executive orders. That’s why we still need Congress and our state lawmakers to step up and close the loopholes that make it easy for dangerous people to get guns.
A fugitive facing charges in a flurry of ATM card scams has been returned to the state for trial, Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan and Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian said this week.
More than 200 people packed a Sunday community meeting about recent security threats to Cambridge schools, as city, school and federal officials tried to calm anxieties with an update that they have growing confidence the bomb and gun threats are a hoax.
True, our way of life is under attack. But not by terrorists wanting a world Islamic caliphate. Rather, we are under attack by divisiveness promoted by those who seek high political office and are willing to exploit such events with this language.
Police learned of a bomb threat against five Cambridge public middle schools Tuesday morning, leading to an assessment of campuses while classes went on and an all-clear sent at around 9:20 a.m.
From the City of Cambridge, Nov. 2, 2015: All Cambridge men are invited to “say yes to healthy masculinity and no to violence against women” and help end […]
Harvard’s Holden Green housing complex got additional patrols from uniformed university police officers last weekend after a resident reported a potential abduction or assault attempt.