In response to the incident, BC Police Department Chief Bill Evans advised students new to off-campus living to be careful with home security, especially early in the semester.
Two top aides of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh were found guilty on Wednesday of pressuring Crash Line Productions, the organizers of Boston Calling Music Festival, into hiring union workers for performances at City Hall Plaza.
Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins has received backlash for a policy related to the non-prosecution of certain charges.
Governor Charlie Baker proposed a bill yesterday that will require all cell phone use while driving to be hands free. The proposed bill says that phones cannot be touched “except to perform a single tap or swipe to activate, deactivate, or initiate hands-free mode.”
As the Boston College community begins to depart Chestnut Hill for Thanksgiving break, BC Chief of Police Bill Evans is reminding off-campus students to make sure they lock up before they escape campus for the beginning of the holiday season.
BC announced that current BCPD chief John King will be stepping down this past April.