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Mass Man Pleads Guilty to Illegally Retaining Classified National Defense Information Regarding U.S. Military Programs

Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: US DOJ reports - A Sharon, Massachusetts, man pleaded guilty today to willfully retaining national defense information. Ahmedelhadi Yassin Serageldin, 66, an Egyptian-born nationalized citizen, admitted to removing classified national defense information from his workplace at a defense contractor without authorization and keeping it unsecured within his ; Serageldin was originally indicted and arrested in November 2018 on one…
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Boston Marathon Bomber Wants Death Sentence Thrown Out Due to Impartial Traumatized Jury by Media, cites B Red Sox Public Figure Big Papi’s “This Is Our…” Proclamation

Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: NBC News reports - Defense lawyer Daniel Habib made the case that the judge erred by holding the Boston Bombing trial in a still-traumatized city where wall-to-wall news coverage and a sense of shared victimhood made it impossible to select an impartial jury. Share More: Assistant Attorney William Glaser asserted that the pretrial publicity didn't taint the jury, leading…
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Advancements in Prosthetic Design Highlights BWH Innovation

Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: Brigham Women's Hospital reports A new exhibit at the Brigham showcases the past, present and future of prosthetics and how design plays a critical role in humanizing technology for amputees. On display on the Braunwald Tower 2 mezzanine now through January, “Bespoke Bodies: The Design and Craft of Prosthetics,” is a traveling multimedia exhibition created by Design Museum Boston that…
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Boston MA and LA are working together to fight climate change

Boston Strong news - Los Angeles, CA: Martin Walsh @MayorforBoston reports This week, I’m in Los Angeles with a coalition from the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. This trip is part of a program called City to City, which connects Boston’s leaders in government and business with our counterparts in other cities. It allows us to share best practices for economic development and community resilience, and…
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Multiagency weapons and narcotics probe yields 32 Boston-area arrests, seizure of 79 illegal firearms

Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: ICE reports Thirty-two individuals were arrested on federal and state drug and gun charges and 79 illegal firearms, including assault weapons, were seized from multiple locations near Lawrence, Massachusetts, in a joint local, state and federal investigation that included Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Boston. HSI Boston acting Special Agent In Charge Jason J. Molina…
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First Lady Melania Trump’s Be Best Visits Boston Medical

US STRONG news - Boston, MA: The White House reports First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Boston Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts on Wednesday morning. The visit highlighted Boston Medical Center’s treatment programs for babies born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), as part of the First Lady’s Be Best initiative. Mrs. Trump, joined by Health and Human Services Secretary Azar, met with leadership and staff…
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ICE FIELDS – 19 arrested in Massachusetts during 4-day operation targeting criminal aliens with drug offenses

Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: ICE reports Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers arrested 19 individuals in several counties throughout Massachusetts during a four-day enforcement action, targeting criminal aliens who have been convicted or charged with fentanyl, heroin, and other drug-related trafficking crimes. Many of these criminal aliens were released from local law enforcement custody into Massachusetts communities with…
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NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL FAMILY CAREGIVERS MONTH

This month, we look at resources and support for family caregivers. BOSTON STRONG news - Boston, MA: City of Boston Human Resources reports - More than 43 million people in the United States provide unpaid caregiving support for elderly adults and children who need help with day-to-day functioning. This can range from helping someone to get out of bed to medication management, taking loved ones…
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SMITH PLAYGROUND IN ALLSTON REOPENED

Mayor Walsh celebrates the reopening of Smith Playground in Allston, following a $ million investment. November 2, 2019 - Mayor Martin Walsh joined residents and local leaders for the opening of Smith Playground in Allston. (Mayor's Office Photo by Jeremiah Robinson) Boston, Strong news - Boston, MA: Office of the Mayor reports Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined Boston Parks and Recreation Commissioner Ryan Woods,…
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Lives Depend on Climate Action: How Climate Change Jeopardizes Patient Health Today

Those on the front lines describe how we must transform our approach to care and infrastructure to safeguard patient health. Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: Boston Medical Center Health City Lauren Padilla reports - It’s been one month since 4 million strikers across all 7 continents marched to support global climate action in the Youth Climate Strike. Organized largely through youth-led grassroots movements across…
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CA Parents in College Admissions Case Plead Guilty in Boston Court

Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: US DOJ MA reports BOSTON – A California husband and wife charged in the college admissions scandal pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston. Manuel Henriquez, 55, the founder of Hercules Capital, and his wife, Elizabeth Henriquez, 56, both of Atherton, Calif. pleaded guilty today to an indictment charging one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire…
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Parent in College Admissions Case Pleads Guilty

Boston Strong news - Boston, MA: US DOJ MA reports BOSTON – A California woman pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston to paying $300,000 to participate in both the college entrance exam cheating scheme and athletic recruitment scheme. Michelle Janavs, 48, of Newport Coast, Calif., pleaded guilty to an indictment charging her with one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud…
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Cannabis Vape Border States Hold Joint Summit

Green Cross Strong news New York, NY: NY Governor's Office reports Governors, Joined by Officials and Legislative Leaders from New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Discuss Outlines of Joint Regional Approach to Cannabis and Vaping Policies Governors Reach Set of Core Principles on Issues Related to Market Regulation and Empowerment; Public Health; Public Safety and Enforcement; and Vaping Best Practices New…
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BOSTON’S HOUSING, TRANSPORTATION AND EDUCATION CHALLENGES

Boston Strong news -Boston, MA: Mayor's Office reports Mayor celebrates historic progress and challenges business sector leadership to aid in strengthening middle class . BOSTON - Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - In his annual speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Martin J. Walsh today laid out his Administration's progress over the last five years in key areas including housing, transportation and education,…
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Boston Globe Teamsters Rally Strong Billionaire John Henry to Keep their Jobs

BOSTON STRONG news - Taunton, MA: Stephen Sullivan President, Boston Newspaper Pressmen's Union Local 3. Proud to Represent Atlantic Region reports ⁦If the ⁦Boston Globe⁩ wants to pick a fight over outsourcing our union jobs in Taunton - they are gonna get one. #TruthaboutTaunton
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