After a five-month wait, the Ravens are finally starting to get back to game speed. Rookies and veterans will report Tuesday to the team facility in Owings Mills for the first of 10 days of voluntary organized team activities. No “live” contact will be allowed at the pad-free practices, but the Ravens will graduate from… Continue reading As OTAs get underway, QB Lamar Jackson (and his contract status) is again among Ravens’ most interesting storylines
Q: Ira, at least Jimmy Butler shot the ball. Bam Adebayo just stood there like a mannequin. This is a playoff series, not one game. Robert Williams was back and Bam was gone. – Matty. A: But that also is part of the playoff rhythm, that you don’t allow the same player or same play… Continue reading ASK IRA: Has it become Bam or bust for Heat against Celtics?
Dear Amy: My daughter just announced her engagement to her boyfriend, “Clay.” They are both heavy pot users. Clay is also a convicted felon (for selling narcotics), a college dropout, and has psychiatric and physical health problems. He picks up occasional work but cannot and does not support her. He can barely support himself. He… Continue reading Ask Amy: Disappointing daughter expects support
A stabbing incident at a Mattapan gas station sent three people to the hospital. The incident occurred near Blue Hill Avenue and Morton Street. Police were seen leading one person away from the scene in handcuffs. This is a developing story. Stay with 7NEWS on-air and online for updates.
Morning clouds and a cool breeze are around to start this Tuesday morning as a low humidity air mass settles into southern New England for the next few days. Clouds do thin out and allow for mostly sunny skies this afternoon as high temps stay below average for most locations. The coolest air will be… Continue reading Cool & Comfy, For Now
A scathing report from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education said Boston Public Schools continues to fall short of an “acceptable minimum standard” in several areas. The review, which began in 2019, found that special education services are in “systemic disarray,” English language learners are reportedly not getting appropriate instruction and bus transportation… Continue reading State report: Boston Public Schools falls short of ‘acceptable minimum standard’
Police are investigating after a 61-year-old Medford mother’s body was found in a recycling bin under her porch, leaving residents of the quiet neighborhood shaken. “It’s pretty startling, to- and it’s sad. Because you don’t know,” said neighbor Leslie Kramer. “There’s all kinds of mysteries, all kinds of questions, and as a person who walks… Continue reading Investigations continue after Medford mother found in recycling bin behind home
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lanka’s navy said Tuesday that it has arrested 67 people who it believes were trying to travel by sea to Australia illegally. The navy said in a statement that 12 men were arrested first near the port town of Trincomalee, 260 kilometers (160 miles) northeast of the capital Colombo… Continue reading Sri Lanka arrests 67 suspected to be heading to Australia
Tuesday At Stade Roland Garros Paris Purse: €16,404,509 Surface: Red clay PARIS (AP) _ Results Tuesday from French Open at Stade Roland Garros (seedings in parentheses): Men’s Singles First Round Daniil Medvedev (2), Russia, def. Facundo Bagnis, Argentina, 6-2, 6-2, 6-2. Women’s Singles First Round Jelena Ostapenko (13), Latvia, def. Lucia Bronzetti, Italy, 6-1, 6-4.… Continue reading French Open Results
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian court on Tuesday rejected opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s appeal of a nine-year prison sentence for fraud. The rejection means Navalny will be sent to a high-security prison, according to the independent news site Mediazona. Navalny, the Kremlin’s most persistent critic who had built a nationwide network of supporters, was arrested… Continue reading Russian opposition leader’s 9-year sentence appeal rejected