Monday, April 9, 2012
Two people were found with gunshot wounds.
UPDATE (1:47 p.m.): Waiting for the DA and the police chief to speak. Though unconfirmed by authorities, neighbors and property records say the house was owned by Todd Vogel. Neighbors also say the two were found by someone picking Vogel up for work this morning. UPDATE (1:07 p.m.): According to Jessica Pastore, spokesman for the DA's office, the investigation is ongoing for the deaths of two people at 141 Hayward St. Just before 9 a.m. today, Hopkinton Police responded to the report of two unconscious people. They found them with gunshot wounds. Middlesex DA Gerry Leone and Police Chief Richard Flannery will be hosting a conference shortly. 12:11 p.m.: Hopkinton Police are investigating a death at 141 Hayward St., according to …
Friday, October 28, 2011
A Southborough man was treated for serious injuries at UMass.
State Police and fire crews pulled a driver to safety who was trapped under his vehicle when it rolled over on I-495 Friday night. The 28-year-old Southborough man was treated for injuries at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester after his Ford Focus flipped over around 5:30 p.m., state police said in a release. Police, who did not release the man's name, said no one else was injured in the crash. He had "serious injuries," according to police. Hopkinton Police and Hopkinton Fire assisted on the scene that shut down highway traffic for 30 minutes.
Sunday, August 28, 2011
These are important things for your family to know prior to the onset of potentially disastrous weather.
Hurricane Irene is heading up the coast, and expected to hit our area sometime late Sunday evening. Here are five things that may help you and your family, when the hurricane arrives. 1. Shelter in Place - This is a popular emergency personnel term. It means to stay where you are. Do not take the steps listed for sheltering in place unless you have been told to do so. If told to shelter in place follow the steps outlined here. 2. Family Communication Plan - In this day and age, when families are often separated for work and school it is important that you have a plan in place to contact one another; particularly if social media and phone lines are down. Learn more here. 3. Plan for your pets. If asked to shelter in place, shelter your pets…