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Video: One killed, two injured after triple shooting in Roxbury Crossing

Video: One killed, two injured after triple shooting in Roxbury Crossing

http://skylarkstudios.co.uk/?pomulyyko=%D9%81%D8%AA%D8%AD-%D8%AD%D8%B3%D8%A7%D8%A8&f6d=97 Three people were shot at the intersection of Tremont and Parker streets on Dec. 6, Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans said.

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Sports

Andrew McCutchen is fourth all-time on the Pirates home run list. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons
Andrew McCutchen is fourth all-time on the Pirates home run list. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons

Column: A trade, a franchise in ruins and what it all means

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City

Environmentalists applaud plastic bag ban, retailers oppose
Single-use plastic bags, like those pictured here in a Target grocery cart, will be banned from Boston stores beginning December 2018. / Photo by Paxtyn Merten

Environmentalists applaud plastic bag ban, retailers oppose

go The ordinance Mayor Walsh signed into law, which bans Boston stores from giving out single-use plastic bags beginning December 2018, has been hailed by many environmental groups as a significant and necessary step in Boston’s continuing green push. Simultaneously, it has been panned by those in the food industry as misguided and potentially harmful.

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by × January 11, 2018 × 0 comments

City

climate change  time capsule
This week, the mayor's office announced plans for its Carbon Free initiative as city council voted to ban non-reusable plastic bags. Pictured above, community members gathered for November's climate change time capsule project on Boston Common. / Photo by Patrick Leung

[UPDATED] Walsh, Council, students take climate action

click here Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced Tuesday the launch of Carbon Free Boston, a plan for the city to be carbon neutral by 2050. On Wednesday, the City Council voted unanimously to ban the use of plastic bags in stores. These two measures come as Northeastern students continue environmental activism years in progress.

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City, Featured Content

Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans spoke to the press at the corner of Gurney Street and Parket Street Wednesday night. / Photo by Maggie Dolan
Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans spoke to the press at the corner of Gurney Street and Parket Street Wednesday night. / Photo by Maggie Dolan

One killed, two hospitalized after triple shooting in Roxbury Crossing

here Three people were shot at the intersection of Tremont Street and Parker Street Wednesday night, killing one person, leaving one in critical condition and one in serious condition, Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans said. Evans briefed the media at 9:47 p.m. at the scene of the shooting. At that time, police did not know the identity of the shooter.

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Columns, Sports

Column: The sports gifts we want this holiday season

enter This is the last sports column for The News before the holidays, and in the holiday spirit,  we humbly present our sports holiday wishlist. This list is presented without bias toward any team; these are things we feel the sporting world as a whole would be enriched by, regardless of whose colors you wear or what holiday(s) you celebrate.

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Sports

J.J. Barea, Claudia Ortiz lead the charge in Puerto Rico relief effort
J.J. Barea speaks at press conference Tuesday night. Photo by Alex Melagrano

J.J. Barea, Claudia Ortiz lead the charge in Puerto Rico relief effort

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by × December 6, 2017 × 0 comments

Sports

Third game of homestand brings third straight win for men’s hoops
Second-year guard Shawn Occeus runs the offense for the Huskies against Bucknell / Photo by Alex Melagrano

Third game of homestand brings third straight win for men’s hoops

source url Northeastern was generally strong in the paint all night, highlighted by the play of their 6-foot-10-inch third-year center, Anthony Green. He finished the game with 11 points, six rebounds and one backboard-quaking two-handed slam.

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Gresham leads NU men’s basketball to second straight win
Third-year guard Donnell Gresham Jr. looks for the open man against Harvard on Thursday / Photo by Patrick Leung

Gresham leads NU men’s basketball to second straight win

تداول اسهم اسمنت ام القرى “It’s been my coaches believing in me,” Gresham said after the game, “and my teammates and I have worked well together. We all like playing with each other.”

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Pusica stars as Northeastern downs Harvard 77-61
Northeastern's Vasa Pusica drives past a Harvard defender on his way to the net during the Huskies' 77-61 defeat of the Crimson. Photo by Patrick Leung.

Pusica stars as Northeastern downs Harvard 77-61

http://dinoprojektet.se/?kapitanse=jobba-hemifr%C3%A5n-telefonintervjuare&09a=e2 Pusica led Northeastern on a dominant, 20-4 run early in the first half, staking themselves to a 32-11 lead. Harvard had missed eight consecutive shots at that point, and the Crimson were visibly frustrated on the court. Northeastern was 7-14 from three in the half, and outscored Harvard in the paint.

by × November 30, 2017 × 1 comment