Top Boston news: Boston hit for parkland dearth; EMTs show support for stabbed colleague; more

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Hanson health officials shut down Dunkin', convenience store due to rodent problem

Hanson’s Board of Health ordered a Dunkin’ and a Speedway convenience store to stop selling food Wednesday after an inspection led to the discovery of a major rodent problem.

Read the full story on Boston 25 News.

David Ortiz recovering after 3rd surgery following complications from gunshot wound

Former Red Sox slugger David Oritz is recovering after undergoing a third surgery following complications resulting from a gunshot wound he suffered in the Dominican Republic.

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Dozens of Boston EMTs line courthouse in show of support for stabbed colleague

  A woman charged with stabbing the Boston EMT several times inside an ambulance was being investigated as a possible suspect in recent threats at airports, including a bomb threat at Martha’s Vineyard Airport.   

Read the full story on WBZ | CBS Boston.

Dominican national living in Methuen arraigned on fentanyl trafficking charge

A Dominican National was arrested after a search warrant executed at his home uncovered 800 grams of fentanyl, police said.

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Boston green space per resident among lowest of major U.S. cities, report says

It’s a rare black eye for a town that normally scores high on such parkland analyses.

Read the full story on Curbed Boston.

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