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Herald: Two MS-13 gang members tied to East Boston murders jailed

 DOJ Press Release on the Joel, the "Animal", Martinez, who murdered a 15-year-old on Trenton St

Gove Street Citizens to meet on May 29

Updates from elected officials, development proposals reviewed, update on Boston Water Á Sewer projects

OSHA investigating death at Paris Street construction site

Worker fell 4 stories to his death on local housing project

Ward 1 GOP Reports from the April 28 Worcester State Convention

Roundup of the day's events as GOP nominates slate for statewide offices 

June 3: Pirandello Lyceum presents its Wine Tasting Event

At Spinelli's in East Boston 

Mayor Walsh revises city's proposed AirBnB or short-term rental ordinance

As Councilors Wu and Edwards line up to support Mayor's plan  Wu and Edwards statement

Latest: MS-13 Member, "Demente", Pleads Guilty to RICO Conspiracy Involving Murder

Pending plea, 20 year-old Will be deported after 35 year sentence for murder of youth on Falcon Street

MS-13 Member Pleads Guilty to RICO Conspiracy Involving Murder

Defendant admits responsibility for the murder of a 16-year-old in East Boston

More DOJ: Pleading guilty, MS-13 Member admits responsibility for the murder of a 15-year-old in East Boston

Used Facebook to lure teen to Constitution Beach

DOJ: Two MS-13 Members Plead Guilty to RICO Conspiracy

One pleaded guilty on 1st day of trial

Italian-American group Pirandello Lyceum recognizes Vincent Basile for his contributions

Former East Boston resident and current board member of the Salesian Boys and Girls Club

BH: Cops: Eastie teen warned student of school attack 

"An illegal immigrant teen now being held by immigration authorities told an East Boston High administrator he threatened to commit a massacre at the school because 'I felt bad for what happened in Florida,' according to a police report on the incident."

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John Nucci, facing kidney disease, needs transplant.

How to help. More from Facebook.

Peggy Nucci, John's wife: "John has spent his life helping friends and others when they needed assistance. Now he's counting on others to help him...it's not a position he's comfortable with but it's a matter of all of us helping to keep him around and we have no choice but to seek help. People have been wonderful to date and stepped-up to help in a big way, but it's difficult to find a donor match so we need more volunteers."

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