“We are going to be working around the clock to make sure we are proactively looking for individuals, the small percentage of people causing harm in our communities,‘’ Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins told reporters. … [Read more...] about Boston shooting at outdoor birthday leaves 1 dead, 4 injured
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The mother of two, who is married to former soccer player Kyle Martino, said she and her family have donated to several charities that are dealing with the border crisis, and only picked this theme “because of a love for Mexico and its people and a desire to celebrate in the midst of a lot of hate.” … [Read more...] about Eva Amurri Martino fires back after backlash from daughter’s Mexican-themed party
It's also incredibly hard to discern what's safe or morally correct when different cities, counties and states — not to mention the President — have competing messages and different guidelines. Ohio, where Miller lives, in now allowing childcare centers, gyms and pools to reopen if they can meet safety guidelines. … [Read more...] about Playdates and the pandemic: Can kids safely meet up?
Ms. Jennifer was suddenly without a home and her loving owner, but the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals-Angell in Boston took her in on May 9 and surrounded her with love until she and her owner could be reunited. … [Read more...] about Ms. Jennifer, a 53-year-old tortoise, has found a new home after her owner died of Covid-19
Barbara Hammond Marran, long-time Wilmette resident, recently of Winnetka, passed away Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at Evanston Hospital. She was 85. She was born Barbara Grant Hammond on June 22, 1934 to Grant and Dorothy (Bews) Hammond in New Haven, Conn. An exemplary and accomplished student at Lauralton Hall, Barbara graduated at age 16, then shocked her family by choosing the University of Maryland over the women's Catholic college she was expected to attend. That brave choice determined the course of her wonderful journey, as she met graduate student Jim Marran at Maryland's Newman Club. Jim delighted in telling how he first glimpsed Barbara leading a tour of the school library, exuding her trademark grace and leadership, and how early dates in nearby Washington, D.C. included studying at the Library of Congress and attending Dwight D. Eisenhower's inaugural parade. James and Barbara were married August 25, 1956 in New Haven. They soon followed his teaching career to Illinois, moving … [Read more...] about North Shore Death Notices: May 12 To May 18