The university’s president said that they “have an idea” who wrote the hate-filled messages.
Fredy Cruz of Worcester is charged with two counts of kidnapping a child and one count of enticing a child under 16.
Police say the thief or thieves got in by prying-open a sliding glass door, and stole numerous valuables, including jewelry.
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East Windsor Police have arrested three suspects in connection with a home invasion on Kreyssig Road Tuesday afternoon.
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The coalition of 39 attorneys general will investigate whether drug manufacturers use deceptive marketing.
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Dozens gathered at the Ludlow Boys and Girls club to speak with the senator about issues in their community.
Only 5.39 percent of Springfield’s registered voters decided the results of the preliminary races.
A court’s decision ruled that police officers would not be allowed to testify as to whether a person passed or failed a sobriety test.
Although Hurricane Jose is expected to remain well off the east coast, disruptive impacts could be felt in some New England areas.
Investigators are seeking information from five companies that make powerful prescription painkillers and three distributors.
Police say officers responded to a Hyannis Port home Aug. 20 for noise complaints.
The AG said the complaint filed Tuesday is the nation’s first enforcement action over the company’s failure to protect its clients.
The 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 76 people and sickened hundreds of others was blamed on contaminated steroid injections.