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Deerfield Police Department, Massachusetts: At approximately 6:45 PM, Sgt Krusiewski and officer Sokoloski were requested to assist the Massachusetts State Police. 911 calls were coming for a Trooper attempting to detain a suspect on 91 near exit 24. That suspect was assaulting the Trooper who was trying to detain him. A pursuit north on 91 ensued. Sgt Krusiewski was in the north end of town and got on 91 in Greenfield. Sgt Krusiewski was able to get to a safe location ahead of the fleeing vehicle to deploy Stop Sticks (spike strips) The fleeing vehicle hit them deflating the tires giving the suspect no option but to stop. The suspect was taken into custody by the Massachusetts State Police.
Deerfield Police Department, Massachusetts: This afternoon Chief Paciorek and officer Sibilia responded to a house break on Pine Nook Road. Sgt Krusiewski, and officer Sokoloski along with State Police Crime Scene Services assisted. The investigation is very active. Anyone with any information or who noticed anyone or anything out of place please call us 665-2606.
BRAINTREE, Mass. (AP) - The winning numbers in Wednesday evening's drawing of the Massachusetts Lottery's "MassCash" game were:
BOSTON (AP) - As the Red Sox were falling again to the Toronto Blue Jays, chants for Jon Lester could be heard echoing throughout a less than half filled Fenway Park.
FOSBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Lee Nguyen had a goal and an assist and the New England Revolution beat the Colorado Rapids 3-0 on Wednesday night to end an eight-game losing streak.
BOSTON (AP) - As his winless streak stretched toward a third month and his ERA continued to climb, Mark Buehrle began to have doubts.
BOSTON (AP) - A Pittsfield man has pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges.
WESTFIELD, Mass. (AP) - A homeless man who told police he was hungry faces charges after allegedly breaking into a food truck in Westfield before setting it on fire.
BOSTON (AP) - Managers of Market Basket supermarkets are repeating their threat to quit if ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas is not reinstated.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Amtrak's Downeaster is wrapping up the worst month for train cancellations since the passenger rail service launched more than a decade ago.
BOSTON (AP) - The Massachusetts Legislature is gearing up for the final two days of its formal session with a handful of major bills still awaiting action.
Deerfield Police Department, Massachusetts: Phone scams are continuing to target our elderly residents. People have not been giving out any personal information. We know that the scam artist are getting smarter. They are using computer programs to put a local phone numbers on caller ID. This gives people piece of mind to answer the phone. It was reported today that one of the numbers showing up was the selectman office, and another a local company. No matter who calls if you think its not right, it isn't so don't give out any information, If its a company you normally do business with to be sure you can always tell them your busy and then look up there correct phone number you have on file They will understand if you want to call them back at later time.
BOSTON (AP) - A year after bolstering their rotation at the trade deadline, it looks as if the Boston Red Sox are exploring the market again.
BOSTON (AP) - Marcus Stroman was so good against the Boston Red Sox last week that he went with the same plan Tuesday night.
BOSTON (AP) - The Market Basket board says it is continuing to evaluate several offers to buy the embattled supermarket chain among other "strategic alternatives."
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) - A minor league baseball player hit by former major leaguer Jose Offerman in a 2007 baseball bat attack won nearly $1 million in a lawsuit on Tuesday, an attorney said.
Montague Police Department: ATTENTION BOATERS: LOWER WATER LEVELS ON RIVER The water level of the Connecticut River may be much lower on Tuesday July 29th and Thursday July 31st due to a relicensing study being conducted by TransCanada Hydro Northeast. The water levels will always remain within the legal limits, between 176 and 185 feet above sea level, however the water level may be much lower than we are used to seeing. Many areas may be too shallow for boating. PLEASE be careful and cautious if you plan on boating and enjoying water sports and water crafts during these days, as well as all other days. Chief Chip Dodge