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Neighbors still in shock after man admits to killing wife before he reported her missing
Lexington, Massachusetts
Two West Columbia men are still behind bars, charged with murder after police say they killed a buried a family member before reporting her as missing.
June 26 2014
Man who killed two in Lexington in the 1990s pleads guilty to third murder in N.H.
Massachusetts
A man previously convicted of killing two women in Lexington in the early 1990s admitted to stabbing a New Hampshire university employee to death in 1991, according to an official from the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office.        
February 15 2014
Obamacare to crash health care system?
Lexington, massachusetts
Obamacare is expected to increase patient demand for medical services. Combine that with a worsening shortage of doctors, and next year you may have to wait a little longer to get a doctor's appointment.
October 23 2013
Mass. exchange model shows vast coverage for citizens, high care costs for state
Lexington, massachusetts
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio JUDY WOODRUFF: But, first, we step back for a fuller explanation of how the exchanges should work. One state has already been running its own insurance marketplace for years, and in many ways, it has served as a model for the new ones. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports from Massachusetts. It's part of his ongoing reporting Making Sense of financial ...
October 23 2013
Could Obamacare crash the system?
Lexington, massachusetts
Obamacare is expected to increase demand for medical services. Combine that with a worsening physician shortage, and next year you may have to wait a little longer to see a doctor.
October 23 2013
Trial for Henderson animal cruelty case pushed back
Lexington, massachusetts
The suspects in an animal cruelty case involving more than 20 Airedale Terriers appeared in district court on Wednesday.
October 23 2013
Bedford's West Nile Virus risk raised from low to moderate
Massachusetts
On Thursday, Aug. 29, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) announced that West Nile Virus (WNV) has been detected in mosquitoes collected from Concord, Lexington, Lincoln and Wellesley. To date this year, no mosquitoes have tested positive in Bedford; however, last year two mosquito samples from Bedford tested positive for WNV. Due to the detection of WNV positive mosquitoes in ...
September 10 2013
Mosquito in Lexington tested positive for West Nile Virus
Malden, massachusetts
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) announced Thursday that West Nile virus (WNV) was detected in mosquitoes collected from Lexington, Maynard, Sandwich, Everett, Malden, Medford, Tisbury, Boston, Barnstable and Yarmouth. There have been no confirmed human cases in Lexington at this time, according to Gerard F. Cody, the town’s health director.
August 24 2013
Massachusetts man charged with Plymouth cold-case murder
Massachusetts
FILE - This combo of January 1995 file booking photos shows murder suspect Craig Conkey, 28, of Lexington, Mass. Conkey faces charges in connection to the rape and murder of Mary Lou Sale, whose body was found in her Lexington home Dec. 6, 1994. On Tuesday, July 23, 2013 the New Hampshire Attorney General's office announced that it is charging Conkey with the 1991 murder of Theresa Reed in her ...
July 24 2013
Disgraced FBI Agent Tells Bulger Trial the Mob Boss was Definitely an Informant
Lexington, Massachusetts
Reputed mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger, visibly annoyed, muttered under his breath “You're a f---ing liar” Thursday as a disgraced former FBI supervisor testified that there was “no question” the Irish gangster doubled as an informant for FBI Boston.
July 17 2013
Bulger charged with 19 murders
Lexington, Massachusetts
Reputed mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger, visibly annoyed, muttered under his breath "You're a f---ing liar" Thursday as a disgraced former FBI supervisor testified that there was "no question" the Irish gangster doubled as an informant for FBI Boston.
July 17 2013
'Whitey' Bulger faces off with rogue fed
Lexington, Massachusetts
Reputed mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger, visibly annoyed, muttered under his breath "You're a f---ing liar" Thursday as a disgraced former FBI supervisor testified that there was "no question" the Irish gangster doubled as an informant for FBI Boston. Prosecutor Brian Kelly requested that the judge in Bulger's federal trial advise Bulger to "keep his little remarks to himself," which Judge Denise ...
July 17 2013
Whitey Bulger Calls Witness a Liar, Gets Scolded by Judge
Lexington, Massachusetts
Gangster James "Whitey" Bulger was scolded by the judge presiding over his federal racketeering trial Thursday after he called a former FBI agent testifying against him "an (expletive) liar" in a tone his jury could hear.
July 17 2013
‘Whitey’ Bulger Faces Off With FBI Agent In Trial
Lexington, Massachusetts
(CNN) — Reputed mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger, visibly annoyed, muttered under his breath “You’re a f—ing liar” Thursday as...
July 17 2013
15 animals killed in overnight house fire
Lexington, Massachusetts
An Indianapolis house fire has killed 11 dogs and four cats.
February 25 2013
7 dead, 6 wounded in Chicago weekend violence
Lexington, Massachusetts
Chicago authorities say seven people were killed and six wounded in gun violence in one day.
February 25 2013
Lahey Health Launches New Brand Campaign: Focuses on Integrated Services and Bringing Continuum of
Lexington, massachusetts
BURLINGTON, Mass., Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lahey Health announced today it has launched a new brand campaign highlighting the comprehensive continuum of care and integrated services offered by the ...
February 11 2013
Consumer Research Confirms Lower Price Option Increases Interest in Long-Term Care Insurance
Lexington, massachusetts
BOSTON, Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- New John Hancock research indicates that lower price options increase purchase interest in long-term care (LTC) insurance among 45-65 year olds, especially at younger ...
February 11 2013
Lahey launches rebranding campaign
Lexington, massachusetts
One of the country's most well-known health care brands is changing its name. As part of a rebranding campaign in the wake of its merger with Beverly Hospital, Lahey Clinic is dropping the "clinic" from the names of its hospitals in Peabody and Burli
February 11 2013
Cubist Pharmaceuticals Deal Seen Sales Ticket: Real M&A
Massachusetts
Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc. (CBST) ’s best hope for achieving a goal of more than doubling revenue is to pursue its biggest acquisition. Cubist, the maker of products used in hospitals to treat bacterial infections, is aiming to reach $2 billion in annual revenue by 2017. Analysts are projecting that the Lexington, Massachusetts-based company will fall short of the target by about 23 percent ...
January 12 2013
Court asks lawyer to argue special DOMA question
Lexington, Massachusetts
The Supreme Court on Tuesday invited a Massachusetts lawyer to come argue that the justices cannot rule on one of the gay marriage questions it had planned to decide next year.
December 12 2012
Legislature to review mandatory sentencing for juvenile offenders
Lexington, Massachusetts
With the pending murder trail of a former Newton North High School student raising questions about the incarceration of juveniles and the distinction between state and federal law, a local state legislator is spearheading an effort to address the broader issue of certain mandatory sentences for juveniles.
November 21 2012
Lexington's Lurie Center focuses on autism research and care
Braintree, massachusetts
The Lurie Center for Autism, an outpatient medical care facility on Maguire Road in Lexington, specializes in caring for children and adults with autism.
November 08 2012
Fed escapee with tie to body found in Peabody gets additional prison time
Woburn, Massachusetts
LEXINGTON, Ky. — An inmate with ties to a murdered woman whose body was found behind a Peabody school in 2006 has been sentenced to an additional 51 months in federal prison for escaping from federal custody in 2010 while being transferred to a federal prison in Pennsylvania.
September 25 2012
Domestic violence homicide update
Lexington, Massachusetts
The next court date for Christopher Piantedosi of Methuen, charged with first-degree murder in the death of a Burlington woman, is Oct. 11, when it is expected his attorney will file a motion to dismiss.
July 25 2012
Craig Conkey pleads guilty to 1992 murder of Lexington woman
Woburn, Massachusetts
Craig Conkey has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the 1992 murder of Lexington resident Kathleen Dempsey.
July 16 2012
Murder mum gets 30 years - North West Evening Mail
Lexington, Massachusetts
At the conclusion of the trial, prosecutor Victor Pillado Quintas asked for Smith ... Judge Garcia Morales said he was imposing the minimum sentence for murder because he considered that, although responsible for her actions, Smith was suffering a degree ...
July 05 2012
Suspect pleads guilty in 1992 Lexington slaying; victim’s mother calls killer a ‘cowardly psych
Massachusetts
A 45-year-old man pleaded guilty Tuesday afternoon to the 1992 slaying of a 31-year-old Lexington woman, bringing closure to a case that had long stumped investigators, prosecutors said. Craig Conkey entered the plea in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn in the death of Kathleen Dempsey, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry T. Leone Jr.’s office said in a statement. Dempsey’s mother, Evelyn Tobin ...
July 04 2012
Lawyer: DiMasi's cancer has spread
Lexington, massachusetts
BOSTON — Former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi was denied medical care in prison for months, and his tongue cancer has spread, his lawyer said in documents filed in his appeal of his conviction on corruption charges.
July 01 2012
Lawyer: Ex-Mass. House Speaker suffers from cancer
Lexington, massachusetts
Former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi was denied medical care in prison for months, and his tongue cancer has spread, his lawyer said in documents filed in his appeal of his conviction on corruption charges.
July 01 2012
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