Tag: Massachusetts

Cab Driver Raymond “Buzzy” MacCausland Turns In $187K, Gets $100 Reward

July 7, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Cab Driver Raymond “Buzzy” MacCausland Turns In $187K, Gets $100 Reward

A Boston cab driver turns in $187K belonging to a homeless man, and the story makes headlines. Raymond “Buzzy” MacCausland found a bag with $187K behind his cab; he turned it over to the police, who found the owner, who gave the driver only $100 for his honesty. A cab driver turns in $187,000 and […]

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The Majesty runs aground and wedding party attendees have a story to tell

May 30, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 5 Replies More
The Majesty runs aground and wedding party attendees have a story to tell

The Majesty runs aground with 152 people on board, who were attending a pre-wedding party, and the story goes viral. All the passengers of The Majesty were transferred to safety by the U.S. Coast Guard and Massachusetts authorities. The Majesty ran aground off Georges Island in Boston Harbor, with 152 passengers and crew, prompting several […]

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Trooper Luke Bonin And Lynn Murphy Share A Meal, Story Melts Hearts

May 21, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Trooper Luke Bonin And Lynn Murphy Share A Meal, Story Melts Hearts

State Trooper Luke Bonin and Lynn Murphy, a homeless mother of four, shared a meal and a passerby captured the moment. Instead of citing the homeless woman for panhandling, Bonin showed compassion by offering her food and by talking to her. State Trooper Luke Bonin has become an overnight celebrity thanks to an act of […]

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Fall River mill fire is being investigated, deemed ‘suspicious’

February 23, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Fall River mill fire is being investigated, deemed ‘suspicious’

A Fall River mill fire is making headlines this weekend. It took more than 100 Massachusetts firefighters to extinguish the flames in the factory, which is quite old. The mill fire in Fall River, Massachusetts is currently under investigation and is deemed suspicious by authorities. On Saturday at around 3 a.m., more than 100 firefighters […]

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Ali MacGraw And Ryan O’Neal, ‘Love Story’ Stars Reunite At Harvard

February 4, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 2 Replies More
Ali MacGraw And Ryan O’Neal, ‘Love Story’ Stars Reunite At Harvard

Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal had a happy Love Story reunion and fans could not be happier. More than 45 years after the iconic movie was released, MacGraw and O’Neal, who are promoting their new play, returned to Harvard where the film was shot. Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal are back together for another project […]

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Nun rescues man: Doug Goldman, 74, was trapped under a tree

February 2, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Nun rescues man: Doug Goldman, 74, was trapped under a tree

A nun rescues a man, who was trapped under a tree, and the story makes headlines. A sister from the Mount Saint Mary’s Abbey said while strolling and praying in a nearby forest she heard the man crying for help and rushed to his aid. A nun, who wishes to remain anonymous, was able to […]

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First Frida Kahlo’s First Painting Acquired By Boston Museum

January 29, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
First Frida Kahlo’s First Painting Acquired By Boston Museum

The first Frida Kahlo painting ever sold entitled “Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia)” has been purchased by the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston for several million. Kahlo’s work was added to the MFA after it was slammed for not having a more diverse Latin American collection. The first painting Frida Kahlo ever sold will […]

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Deven Schuko: Wrestler Dumps Record, And Gives Student With Down Syndrome A Big Win

January 29, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 7 Replies More
Deven Schuko: Wrestler Dumps Record, And Gives Student With Down Syndrome A Big Win

Deven Schuko, a wrestler and a great human being, is being applauded for giving his opponent the victory. Schuko, who was undefeated, let Andy Howland, a teenage wrestler with Down syndrome win and have a moment in the spotlight. Deven Schuko, a wrestler and a kind young man from Massachusetts, is making headlines for a […]

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Staples Layoffs: Company Makes Cuts As Office Depot Merger Faces Obstacle

January 28, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Staples Layoffs: Company Makes Cuts As Office Depot Merger Faces Obstacle

Staples is not commenting on the massive layoffs, which occurred this week. It has been confirmed that Staples, Inc. laid off hundreds of corporate employees the same day it was revealed that the largest office supply chain store in the world was having its merger with Office Depot blocked by the federal government. The recent […]

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Joseph Capitanio Bomb: Accidental Blast Leads To Probation

January 23, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 6 Replies More
Joseph Capitanio Bomb: Accidental Blast Leads To Probation

Joseph Capitanio’s bomb landed him in serious trouble, but not enough to get him behind bars. Capitanio, who accidentally detonated a homemade bomb, has been sentenced to two years of probation by a Massachusetts judge. Joseph Capitanio‘s bomb detonation has been called one the dumbest mistakes by his own lawyer. In March 2015, Capitanio made […]

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Salvation Army Kettle Rings: Donated Rings Valued At Over $3,500

December 9, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Salvation Army Kettle Rings: Donated Rings Valued At Over $3,500

A Salvation Army kettle ring donation is inspiring others to give pricey jewelry to the charity. In 2014, a widow dropped two rings in a Salvation Army kettle in Massachusetts, this year, another anonymous donor gave a diamond ring to the organization. Another Salvation Army kettle ring donation in Massachusetts is making headlines. Monday was […]

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Fenway Park Shooting Claims One Life: Jephthe Chery’s Death Shocks Community

November 28, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Fenway Park Shooting Claims One Life: Jephthe Chery’s Death Shocks Community

A Fenway Park shooting has left one man dead and several others injured. According to Massachusetts police, Jephthe Chery, an MBTA commuter rail conductor, was killed during a shooting near a bar outside Boston’s Fenway Park on Thanksgiving day, and the killers are still on the run. One person is dead after the Fenway Park […]

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Joanna Leigh Boston Marathon Confession: Fake Victim Pleads Guilty After Scam Is Exposed

November 16, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 4 Replies More
Joanna Leigh Boston Marathon Confession: Fake Victim Pleads Guilty After Scam Is Exposed

Joanna Leigh, a fake Boston Marathon bombings victim, who collected over $40,000 in cash, has pleaded guilty to her crimes, but she will not spend time behind bars. Leigh lied to anyone who would listen and explained that she suffered numerous injuries as she ran to help those, who were impacted by the tragic event. […]

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Stephanie Taubin Red Sox Drama: Injured Fan Sues Owner John Henry

August 30, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 18 Replies More
Stephanie Taubin Red Sox Drama: Injured Fan Sues Owner John Henry

Stephanie Taubin, a Red Sox fan, has sued the professional baseball team and its owner, John Henry, for an unspecific amount after getting hit and injured by a foul ball. According to Taubin, she was left with facial fractures, neurological damage, which made it difficult for her to work and properly earn a living. Stephanie […]

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Chinese Restaurant Ben Edelman: Harvard Professor Fights Chinese Restaurant Over $4

December 10, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | 2 Replies More
Chinese Restaurant Ben Edelman: Harvard Professor Fights Chinese Restaurant Over $4

Chinese restaurant, Ben Edelman, war of words, all add up to one strange story that has gone viral. A Chinese Restaurant charged a $4 extra fee to Ben Edelman, a Harvard professor, and the lengthy email exchange between the two parties that followed is beyond bizarre. A war of words has been ignited between a […]

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MIT Robot Cheetah Is Now Without A Leash

September 15, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
MIT Robot Cheetah Is Now Without A Leash

The MIT robot cheetah is no Usain Bolt, but has the potential to come in handy to the U.S. military, doctors and first aid workers. MIT researchers have been able to create a robotic cheetah that they hope will be used by the U.S. military, but thus far it is just a cool toy roaming […]

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3 Infants Found Dead In Massachusetts Home

September 14, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
3 Infants Found Dead In Massachusetts Home

The lawyer representing Erika Murray is hoping to prove that the 3 infants found dead in her vermin-infested home were stillborn. The mother-of-four was arrested on Friday after a neighbor found her 5-month-old baby crying, covered in feces and unsupervised. Her attorney claims she disposed of the dead infants because she feared her boyfriend. Erika […]

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Grocery Workers CEO Rally: Market Basket Workers, Customers Want Fired CEO Back

August 6, 2014 | By TheSpreadit | Reply More
Grocery Workers CEO Rally: Market Basket Workers, Customers Want Fired CEO Back

Grocery workers rally for millionaire CEO, who was ousted by his cousin and rival in June. This really surprising story filled with family intrigue, became an international sensation. It comes courtesy of the DeMoulas Market Basket (Market Basket), a chain of supermarkets located in states like Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. Grocery workers usually go […]

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