Wednesday Jul 9
Saugus Police Seeking Information on 2011 Fatal Hit and Run
Submitted by Saugus PD -- It has been more than three years since a hit and run driver on the Saugus Turnpike killed Kathleen M. O'Neil and fled the scene.
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Thu Jul 03, 2014
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Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site Could Use A Few Good Trees
Water provides the energy needed to drive the machinery at Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site , but without waterwheels to capture that energy, well, all that energy would be lost.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Police Log: Officers Make Four Arrests
Sunday, June 29 At 3:17 p.m., a motorcyclist reported that he lost a bag that contained handguns off his motorcycle on Route 1 between the jug handle and Red's.
Parrot flies coop
State Police have issued an APB for Enzo, a 6-year-old African Gray who flew out of his Revere home.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Lynn man sentenced to life for murder of mother, grandmother
A 25-year-old Lynn man was sentenced today in Essex Superior Court to two consecutive life sentences without parole for killing his mother and grandmother in 2012, prosecutors said.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
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Sure, the Cape's a great place to get outdoors in the summertime - if you like traffic.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Nahant town boss viewed as remote, unresponsive
In the Town Hall of this quiet beachside community, employees sorted through ballot petitions for the upcoming elections, handled water and sewer bills, and sold beach tickets to the public.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Gun owners hope to change or defeat House gun bill
As the annual deadline for legislative action approaches, gun owners and gun-rights advocates vowed Wednesday to change, or stop House Speaker Robert DeLeo's proposed gun-violence prevention bill before it becomes law.
Men, Arrested After Malden Shootout, Found Guilty
Two men, who allegedly robbed Saugusbank in Saugus and then were involved in a shootout with police in Malden on March 23, 2012 prior to their arrests, have been found guilty on multiple charges by a Salem Superior Court jury, according to Lynn's Daily Item .
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Bisignani to Resign as Nahant Manager
Former long-time City of Revere Auditor Andrew Bisignani has put in a letter of resignation as Town Administrator in Nahant amidst an investigation into town contracts allegedly awarded improperly to preferred candidates - some of them Revere businesses.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
Nahant official quits amid probe into spending
Essex County prosecutors are investigating whether town administrator Andrew Bisignani improperly funneled public contracts to favored contractors, prompting him to resign abruptly and roiling this normally tranquil island community.
Trucks Getting Police Escorts To Winthrop Beach
It is 10:30 in the morning and police from multiple departments are shutting down Bell Circle in Revere.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
Lawyer: Dad has right to hit son
The lawyer for a 260-pound Everett cop who prosecutors said lashed his misbehaving 10-year-old son 14 times with a belt said state courts have upheld a parent's right to use force, including a strap, when disciplining their children.
DA: Everett cop beat 10-year-old son
"Police officer Jermaine Bellard, 32, of Saugus, is in custody and is expected to be arraigned today in Lynn District Court on one count of assault and battery on a child with injury, in connection with an alleged beating of his 10-year-old son," according to Carrie Kimball Monahan, spokeswoman for the Essex District Attorney's Office.