Medford Fire Lieutenant on Paid Leave After Alleged Assault
A Medford firefighter is on paid leave after he was arrested for allegedly beating an acquaintance with a pair of electrical pliers, according to city officials and police reports. — Jarret Bencks
Jenny's Pizza a Charlestown Staple
A good neighborhood sub shop is a real gem. Modest but distinctive, Jenny’s Pizza and Sub has been a Charlestown staple since 1970. They have made their home at 320 Medford Street for the last 12 years. — Nate Homan
Former Arlington selectman Annie LaCourt and her husband, Mark Burstein, have been charged with furnishing alcohol to a person under 21 (33 counts each) and contributing to a delinquency of a minor (three counts each), according to an Arlington Police press release Monday afternoon. LaCourt and Burstein were allegedly caught on Oct. 19 having another underage drinking party at their Chatham Street residence, while they were home. — John Waller
Construction Volunteers Renovate Rosie's Place
Dozens of volunteers from the construction industry came together in the South End last week, to donate their time, materials and expertise to renovate several rooms at Rosie's Place, a non-profit and food pantry for homeless and poor women in Boston. — Sara Jacobi
Hyde Square was the scene of a wreck that knocked down a light pole, flipped a truck and damaged a store front. Click above to see photos.