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  1. Man suspected of slashing waitress held on $100,000 bailRead the original story

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    The man suspected of slashing the neck of a waitress who tried to stop him from leaving a Boston-area restaurant without paying has been held on $100,000 bail. Gerardo Menjivar pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges including attempted murder in connection with the May 7 attack outside Las Pupusas Del Chino restaurant in Chelsea.

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  2. Las Pupusa Del Chino, on Washington Ave. . Staff file photo by Faith NinivaggiRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    The man suspected of slashing the neck of a waitress who tried to stop him from leaving a Boston-area restaurant without paying has been held on $100,000 bail. Gerardo Menjivar pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges including attempted murder in connection with the May 7 attack outside Las Pupusas Del Chino restaurant in Chelsea.

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  3. Boston Globe headquarters at 53 State St., Boston.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    The Boston Globe filed a lawsuit today against former employee Hilary Sargent, who has accused Globe Editor in Chief Brian McGrory of sexual harassment. In the lawsuit, filed in Suffolk Superior Court, the Globe asks a judge to order Sargent to cooperate with the newspaper's investigation.

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  4. Former hospital employee in alleged opioid ring indictedRead the original story

    Thursday | Boston Herald

    A Brighton woman and former hospital employee was indicted yesterday for using stolen prescription forms and trafficking painkillers, Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said. Jillian Curran, 28, and five associates are alleged to have trafficked oxycodone, according to Conley.

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  5. Bruins score big giving hockey gear to Boston schoolsRead the original story

    Thursday | Boston Herald

    Before most of the city is up, Boston police Commissioner William Evans hits the pavement every day for a morning run, which takes him past the Condon K-8 School in South Boston. Evans, who grew up in the neighborhood and still lives there, was at the school yesterday as the Bruins donated $80,000 worth of brand new street hockey equipment to nearly 80 public schools across the Hub.

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  6. Gang members plead guilty to running drugs in public housingRead the original story

    Wednesday May 23 | Boston Herald

    Two members of the Heath Street gang have pleaded guilty in a Boston federal court to distributing drugs in a public housing development. Prosecutors say 27-year-old Kevin "Works" Smith and 21-year-old Javonte "Biggie" Robinson pleaded guilty today to charges involving cocaine distribution in and around the Mildred C. Hailey apartments in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston.

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  7. Suspect in waitress slashing returning to MassachusettsRead the original story

    Wednesday May 23 | Boston Herald

    The man suspected of slashing the neck of a waitress who tried to stop him from leaving a Boston-area restaurant without paying is being returned to Massachusetts. A spokesman for the Suffolk district attorney says detectives took custody of 36-year-old Gerardo Menjivar in Maryland on Wednesday.

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  8. Two members of MS-13 gang given extended prison time in Eastie murdersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Boston Herald

    BROUGHT TO JUSTICE: Two MS-13 members have been sentenced to extended prison terms in a pair of teen slayings in East Boston. The move was cheered by Chelsea police Chief Brian Kyes, above.

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  9. DA: Shooter on scooter held on $250G bailRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 23 | Boston Herald

    A BPD photo of a confiscated gun that is believed to be used in a shooting that occurred in the area of 397 Centre St. Police arrested one person in the shooting. A Dorchester man who allegedly shot another man in the head from the back of a scooter was held on $250,000 bail yesterday and had his bail revoked in a previous case also alleging gun charges and evading police on a motor bike, according to the Suffolk district attorney.

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  10. Two MS-13 gang members tied to East Boston murders jailedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 22 | Boston Herald

    INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS: Graffiti in this 2005 photo taken at Pier One in East Boston marks the presence in Boston of MS-13, a gang with ties to El Salvador and members across the U.S. Two MS-13 gang members, including one known as "Animal," are going to prison for decades for racketeering conspiracy convictions in two murders of East Boston teens. Joel Martinez, a/k/a "Animal," 23, a Salvadoran national formerly of East Boston, faces deportation after he's served his time in prison.

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  11. MS-13 gang member called 'Animal' sentenced in connection with East Boston murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 22 | Boston Herald

    INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS: Graffiti in this 2005 photo taken at Pier One in East Boston marks the presence in Boston of MS-13, a gang with ties to El Salvador and members across the U.S. An MS-13 gang member known as "Animal" has been sentenced to 40 years in jail for racketeering conspiracy in the murder of an East Boston teen. Joel Martinez, a/k/a "Animal," 23, a Salvadoran national formerly of East Boston, faces deportation after he's served his time in prison.

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  12. 2 arrested in Dorchester fatal shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 2 | Boston Herald

    DETERMINED: Boston police officers investigate a fatal shooting on Wayland Street in March. Two men were arrested yesterday in the death of Michael Ross.

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  13. 'Cadillac Frank' Salemme trial: Jurors to hear tape of mob boss summitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 18 | Boston Herald

    OUT ON A WIRE: Jurors will hear a tape of Francis Salemme from a 1991 meeting at the Hilton Boston Logan Airport from Dec. 11, 1991. Boston Herald file photo.

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  14. Jurors to hear tape of mob boss summitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 18 | Boston Herald

    Jurors in the murder trial of Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme will this morning hear a clandestine conversation the FBI intercepted 27 years ago in which the then-New England Mafia godfather disparaged a doomed Steven DiSarro as untrustworthy to high-level hoods visiting from Vegas. The wiretap of Room 1410 at the Hilton Boston Logan Airport Hotel was conducted Dec. 11, 1991, less than two years before prosecutors allege Salemme, his late son Frank Jr. and their associate Paul Weadick choked DiSarro, 43, to death because they feared he was going to tell the feds about their secret investment in The Channel.

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  15. Two wounded in Chelsea shooting, cops seek suspectRead the original story

    Thursday May 17 | Boston Herald

    Police in Chelsea are searching for suspects in the double shooting last night of two men on Chestnut Street at approximately 9:15 p.m. Chelsea police Chief Brian Kyes said the victims, ages 18 and 26, were treated at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston for leg wounds. Police said a third male was spotted fleeing the area of the shooting on foot.

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  16. Man dies after Boston shootingRead the original story

    Wednesday May 16 | Boston Herald

    The deceased man was not identified by police, who said shortly after 10:30 a.m. they found the man wounded from "an apparent" gunshot wound inside a triple decker on Evelyn Street. The man later died at a hospital, cops said.

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  17. Lightning strikes over Boston tonight.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 15 | Boston Herald

    The tornado warnings have been lifted and rumbling from thunder and lightning is echoing into the night as today's line of storms heads out to sea. The National Weather Service had issued a tornado watch for Worcester, Hampshire, Franklin, and Hampden counties and severe thunderstorm warnings just about everywhere else.

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  18. Sports betting: Massachusetts likely to go all inRead the original story

    Monday May 14 | Boston Herald

    The Supreme Court decision to overrule a nationwide ban on sports betting is likely to have significant effects on Massachusetts. Boston-based DraftKings, one of the leading daily fantasy sports companies, has already said it will enter the sports betting industry.

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  19. Jamaica Plain shooting victims' families ask for justice after suspect arrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 14 | Boston Herald

    Family and friends of the two shooting victims gunned down just outside of a Jamaica Plain housing complex 10 days ago are hoping the suspect, arrested Saturday by Boston police, is brought to justice. "I feel for mother.

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  20. Dozens driven from homes as three fires rageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 12 | Boston Herald

    HAVOC: Fires hours apart yesterday morning in Roxbury left apartment buildings on Groom Street, above, and Dale Street, below, with heavy damage. Firefighters saved one of their own during a six-alarm blaze in West Roxbury yesterday, one of three multialarm fires in a span of just four hours in the city.

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