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Boston Police officers from the E-5 Community Service Office joined with the Ohrenberger Community Center to hold a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, aimed at enhancing police-community relations.
Embattled Brockton Superintendent Mike Thomas was put on paid leave after attempting to rescind his retirement during a contentious meeting addressing school violence and a $14 million budget deficit.
Brighton police officers took local children to Middlesex Superior Court as part of a community engagement initiative to educate them on legal procedures.
Boston Police Department officers attended the 10th Annual Black Heritage Celebration in Mattapan to honor Black heritage and strengthen community ties.
Boston Police Department officials joined the Lunar New Year festivities in Chinatown, promoting unity and community relations with the Asian community.
Harvard professor Raffaella Sadun resigned from the university's antisemitism task force over implementation concerns.
Boston Police officers ran to honor fallen service members including USMC LCpl Jared Schmitz on his would-be 23rd birthday, commemorating those lost in Kabul, August 2021.
Brockton residents rallied for school safety as the School Committee awaits a city proposal to their National Guard assistance request, which is controversial and opposed by the mayor.
A restaurant owner and a customer engage in a public dispute over a $250 cancellation fee, which incites a backlash leading to negative reviews and legal threats.
Hundreds gathered in Boston to mark two years since the Ukraine conflict began, calling for US support and highlighting the plight of displaced Ukrainians.
Cambridge Police warn of a scam involving fake chimney and roof inspections, urging residents to verify contractors and report any fraudulent activities to authorities.
Dedham's Zoning Board rejected Giri Hotel Management's plan to expand catering services for the homeless and migrants from a vacant restaurant, limiting their operation to their nearby hotel residents.
A group of Harvard alumni filed a federal lawsuit against the university, alleging incidents of "rampant antisemitism" have devalued their degrees and demanding actions and damages.