Top Boston news: 4 indicted in case of beating at casino; swastikas found in college dorm; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Boston.

Swastikas found in Emerson College dormitory

Four swastikas were found drawn in stairwells in an Emerson College dormitory Tuesday night, according to an e-mail sent to students.

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4 indicted in connection with beating at Encore Boston Harbor

Four Massachusetts residents, including a casino worker, have been indicted in connection with a violent beating that took place in an elevator at Encore Boston Harbor in October 2019.

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Surgeries postponed because of surgical gown shortage

A surgical gown shortage is affecting the whole country.

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Michelle Carter, of texting suicide case, freed from jail

A woman convicted of manslaughter for sending text messages urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself, was released from jail Thursday after more than three months was shaved from her sentence for good behavior.

Read the full story on KGET - TV 17 Bakersfield.

First glimpse at 42-story building planned for waterfront

Plans for the Pinnacle at Central Wharf, a $1.2 billion  skyscraper at Central Wharf, were filed Wednesday.

Read the full story on WCVB.

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