Top Boston news: Storm leaves thousands without power; 10 councilors slam Boston Calling convictions

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Maria’s Pastry Shop in North End to close

Owner Maria Merola came to Boston from Italy with her family in 1968. Her shop will close in September.

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Thousands in state without power after storm triggers tornado warning

Thousands of Bay State residents were without power after a powerful storm blew through northern Essex County on Wednesday. 

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Shattuck Hospital employee accused of hitting patient, 6 staff members placed on leave

Six staff members at Lemuel Shattuck Hospital have been placed on leave as state officials investigate accusations of abuse. 

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Boston Pride add a goalie

On Tuesday, the Boston Pride signed Swedish National Team goaltender and NCAA all-time saves leader Lovisa Selander.

Read the full story on Boston Herald.

Boston Calling convictions have ‘chilling’ effect on advocacy, councilors say

Ten city councilors slammed the federal Boston Calling convictions in a signed statement Wednesday. Earlier this month, a jury convicted two City Hall aides for pressuring Boston Calling organizers into hiring union labor. 

Read the full story on Boston Herald.

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