Local Headlines: November 8, 2019
A Federal Grand Jury Subpoenas The City of Boston.
The City of Boston is under investigation for contracts and payments with marijuana companies. [Boston Globe]
Buffalo Wild Wings Employee Dies From Chemical Exposure.
The Burlington location was evacuated with police urging customers inside to seek medical attention if they believe they were exposed to the dangerous fumes from the chemical mixture. [Boston]
State Trooper Accused Of Lewd Act At Gillette Headed Back To Court.
Trooper Andrew Patterson, who allegedly exposed himself to a woman at a concert and assaulted a man in June, is due to be arraigned in court. [WCVB]
The MBTA To Roll Out New Cars On The Red Line.
The new cars, featuring wider doors, cameras and LED lighting, will be brought into service in the Spring of 2020. [NECN]
Roxbury Proposal To Rename Dudley Square.
Mayor Marty Walsh's office to meet with advocates to discuss name change for Roxbury's Dudley Square. [WBUR]