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  • Award-Winning Ramen Spot Opens at Dedham's Legacy Place
    by Boston Restaurant Talk on September 26, 2022 at 11:45 am

    [This story first appeared on Boston Restaurant Talk.] Last spring, it was reported that an award-winning group of ramen spots would be opening its second outlet in the Greater Boston area. Now we have learned that the place is up and running. According to a press release, Menya Jiro is now open in Dedham, moving into a space at Legacy Place across the parking lot from Gap and next to Urban Outfitters. The new location of the Japan-based group of restaurants joins another in Cambridge’s Harvard Square, and in addition to ramen and other options, the new outlet also features yakitori-style skewered meats, seafood, and veggies that are grilled over hot coals. Menya Jiro, which also has locations in New York City and is looking at opening another outlet in Boston’s Seaport District, has been mentioned by Thrillist as being one of “The Best Ramen Restaurants in America.” The address for Menya Jiro in Dedham is 756 Legacy Place, Dedham, MA, 02026. The website for the Boston-area locations of Menya Jiro can be found at [Earlier Article]Menya Jiro to Open at Legacy Place in Dedham by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)[A related post from our sister site (Boston’s Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]NOTE: Leslie Hurwitz, who is the father of Marc (the founder of this site) is currently dealing with health issues and needs your help. Please donate if you can at, thanks!

  • Mass. AG Slaps Cleaning Company With Over $65,000 in Labor Violations Citations
    by Matt Fortin on September 26, 2022 at 11:31 am

    A cleaning company is facing over $65,000 in citations for allegedly violating state labor laws, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office announced in a news release Monday. MP Star Professionals, which operates as Cleaning Pros, and its owner Christian Perez, were issued the citations for several alleged violations, including failure to pay wages, failure to furnish payroll records, failure to permit employees to earn and use sick time, failure to pay overtime, forcing workers to pay for their own supplies and for wrongly classifying employees as independent contractors, according to the release from AG Maura Healey’s office. The AG’s Fair Labor Division began its investigation into the company after getting complaints from workers, the agency said. The company is based in New York, but is frequently contracted to clean Boston area properties. The company allegedly failed to produce records in response to multiple payroll demands from the Fair Labor Division, according to the news release. The AG’s office had to instead resort to using self-reported records from workers during an “extensive audit”, which determined the company “failed to pay wages to employees, failed to reimburse workers for the cost of cleaning supplies, failed to pay overtime for all hours worked beyond 40 in a week, prevented workers from accessing earned sick time and in some instances, retaliated against workers for calling in sick by not assigning them work”, according to the news release. Prosecutors also allege that MP Star misclassified workers as independent contractors. In a related case, Florida-based company CorpHousing Group has been cited $15,000 for allegedly failing to provide records to the AG’s office. CorpHousing frequently contracted with MP Star to have properties it manages in the Boston area cleaned. The AG’s office claims that MP Star targeted Spanish-speaking women “due to language and cultural barriers that can make it more difficult for these employees to assert their rights”. The AG’s office says wage violations come up frequently in the cleaning industry. More Massachusetts News north andover Sep 25 Woman, 21, Killed in Head-on Crash in North Andover Massachusetts 17 hours ago Motorcyclist Killed in Boylston Crash

  • School Bus, Dump Truck Crash on Cape Cod, Sending Drivers to Hospital
    by Asher Klein on September 26, 2022 at 11:28 am

    A school bus driver was seriously injured when the vehicle crashed with a small dump truck on Cape Cod Monday morning, police said. No students were on board the bus in the crash on River Road in Barnstable, local police said. Its driver is expected to survive, and the driver of the dump truck had minor injuries. The front end of the school bus was crushed in the collision, according to footage from the scene. The bus and truck, a Ford F-550, crashed about 7:20 a.m. near Rosa Lane in Marston Mills, police said. The school bus driver was taken to South Shore Hospital; the dump truck driver was taken to Cape Cod Hospital. It wasn’t immediately clear if anyone would be charged in the crash. Barnstable police said state and regional police were helping to investigate.

  • Candy Corn Sold in Mass., Conn. Recalled Over Allergy Risk
    by Asher Klein on September 26, 2022 at 10:57 am

    As Halloween season kicks into gear, some packages of candy corn have been recalled from stores in Massachusetts and Connecticut. The candy from Arcade Snacks, of Auburn, Massachusetts, may have egg that wasn’t noted on the packaging, which would present a risk to people with egg allergies, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration recall notice issued Friday. No one has reported getting sick from the candy corn. The 15-ounce packages that have been recalled were sold at the following stores in Massachusetts: FoodiesJohnson Roadside Farm Market in SwanseaDonelan’s SupermarketsFieldstone Farm Market in MarionWindfall Market in Falmouth They were also sold at Highland Park Market in Glastonbury, Connecticut, according to the recall notice. The recalled packages have a UPC code of #0 18586 00114 4 and the best-by date March 8, 2023. Anyone with a recalled package can return it for a full refund. Anyone with questions can call Arcade Snacks at 508-832-6300 on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. More candy news Hershey Co Jul 29 Hershey Warns It Won't Be Able to Fully Meet Demand for Halloween Candy skittles Jul 17 Lawsuit Against Skittles Claims the Candy Is ‘Unfit for Human Consumption' Business Jul 16 These Pandemic Snacking and Drinking Habits Are Here to Stay, Candy and Booze Companies Say

  • Man Charged With Punching Woman in the Face, Stealing 7-Year-Old's PlayStation
    by Marc Fortier on September 26, 2022 at 10:49 am

    A Revere man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly broke into a Boston woman’s home, punched her in the face and stole money and a PlayStation video game console that belonged to her 7-year-old son. Andrew Pucci, 29, is charged with assault and battery, home invasion and malicious destruction of property over $1,200. Prosecutors said that around 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Boston police responded to a report of a domestic incident on Hanover Street. When they got there, the victim reportedly told officers that Pucci kicked in her front door, entered her apartment and punched her in the face, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office said. The woman told police she then fled to the bathroom with her 7-year-old son and locked the door, but Pucci kicked in the bathroom door, kicked two plastic bins being used to barricade the door into her, and then fled when another person arrived at the scene. The woman said Pucci stole money from her wallet, her apartment keys and her son’s PlayStation. The district attorney’s office said the victim refused medical treatment. Pucci was arrested later that night when Massachusetts General Hospital security notified police that he had checked into the hospital’s emergency department. He was arraigned Friday and ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing this week. More Boston stories 8 hours ago Wu Seeks to Overhaul Boston's Zoning Board of Appeal Roxbury 4 hours ago Man Who Allegedly Shot at Boston Police Officer Expected in Court

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  • Bulletin board: Franklin County Fisher Cats sweep weekend series
    on September 26, 2022 at 12:37 am

    The Franklin County Fisher Cats finished the regular season with a pair of wins over the weekend in the Western Mass. Fall Baseball Varsity Division.On Sunday at Beacon Field, the Fisher Cats edged Pope Francis Black, 5-4, thanks to a walk-off sacrifice fly from Michael Pierce that plated Jackson Ca...

  • Spieth goes 5-0 as Americans rule Presidents Cup again
    on September 25, 2022 at 11:46 pm

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Jordan Spieth capped off a perfect week at the Presidents Cup and the Americans made it nine straight victories against an International team depleted by defections to Saudi-funded LIV Golf.The Internationals showed plenty of fight. They just don’t have a cup to show for it.That...

  • Jackson accounts for 5 TDs, Ravens hold off Patriots 37-26
    on September 25, 2022 at 10:50 pm

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Lamar Jackson has spent his career doing things nobody in the NFL has ever done.The Ravens quarterback added another outstanding performance with his arm and his legs on Sunday.Jackson threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score to help Baltimore (2-1) hold off the New...

  • Orange Police Log: Sept. 1-3, 2022
    on September 25, 2022 at 9:04 pm

    Thursday, Sept. 1 8:49 a.m. – Caller from Dexter Street area reported ongoing noise issue with a particular driver revving his engine while driving through the neighborhood and, according to the reporting party, causing a headache among the residents in the neighborhood. Reporting party wanted the...

  • Air Force Band Program to take place at Athol High School
    on September 25, 2022 at 9:03 pm

    HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, MA. — Members of the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band, Full Spectrum will be performing at Athol High School in Athol, Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 12:30 p.m. to approximately 2:30 p.m.The band is here as part of an Air Force Recruiting Service, Detachment 1 zone...

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  • New Turners Falls fire chief, captain sworn in
    on September 26, 2022 at 5:18 pm

    TURNERS FALLS — Dozens celebrated Turners Falls Fire Chief Todd Brunelle and Capt. Trisha Dana during a swearing-in ceremony at the station Saturday morning.The ceremony, which began at 10:30 a.m., was attended by loved ones, chiefs from area fire departments and the entirety of the Turners Falls Fi...

  • Vintage Days showcases Greenfield in new/old ways
    on September 25, 2022 at 11:54 pm

    GREENFIELD — According to its organizers, Greenfield’s inaugural Vintage Days was everything people love about an antique: a portal to the past given new life by the present.Greenfield Business Association Coordinator Rachel Roberts, whose organization hosted Vintage Days, said community response fr...

  • November meeting to focus on Deerfield’s inclusivity
    on September 25, 2022 at 11:49 pm

    DEERFIELD — While the Selectboard prepares an anti-hate statement, it also plans to hold a meeting dedicated to the town’s inclusivity once October’s Special Town Meeting and the November general election are finished.Two weeks ago, the Selectboard signaled its intention to establish an ad-hoc Human...

  • Wendell Selectboard hires new recording secretary
    on September 25, 2022 at 11:49 pm

    WENDELL — The Selectboard has hired a new recording secretary to take minutes at its meetings.Cynthia Bolling was interviewed by the board at its virtual meeting last week and spoke about her relevant employment history, which includes years as a copy editor. She lives in Queens, New York, but she...

  • Greenfield Police Logs: Aug. 20 to Sept. 13, 2022
    on September 25, 2022 at 11:49 pm

    Saturday, Aug. 20 10:50 a.m. — Vandalism reported at the Moose Lodge on School Street.1:57 p.m. — Past hit-and-run at the intersection of Elm Street and Elm Terrace reported.4:51 p.m. — Vandalism reported at the softball fields at Murphy Park on Leyden Road.10:05 p.m. — Breaking-and-entering reporte...

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