Students and faculty evacuated Merkert Hall early Monday afternoon due to a hydrogen sulfide leak in a cylinder, according to the Boston Fire Department.
“People need to stay mad,” said Ade Laurent, a protester. “When they stay mad, that’s when we’ll get a change.”
The attorney for a suspended Newton District Court judge charged with helping a man escape from ICE has issued a letter accusing District Attorney Andrew Lelling of political bias and the state government of improper leaks to the press.
Boston College has made the decision to cancel all in-person classes and require students to move out of their residence halls by tonight. Students are facing uncertainty about housing and the status of events that were planned for the end of the year, such as Commencement. Staff and professors have opened their homes for students…
The City of Newton has formed an Emergency Management Committee to respond to the threat of coronavirus and has a page on its website to update residents about the virus.
Newton North High School students and teachers who returned from a class trip to Italy completed their first week spent at home instead of in the classroom, as they were asked to stay out of school for two weeks.
Bail was set at $5,000—lower than usual for this charge—since Inyoung You returned from South Korea without requiring extradition.
Seven out of eight committee members voted to provide the $15.7 million needed to acquire the land via eminent domain at Tuesday night’s CPC meeting.