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    A serious crash on a major highway in Central Massachusetts led to the closure of one lane, authorities said. The crash happened on I-395 South in Auburn on the evening of Monday, Dec. 5, MassDOT said on Twitter. Delays were expected between Exit 11 and 9 as the left lane was closed as a result. Unconfirmed reports suggest at least one person was trapped inside the vehicle after it went off the road. There were no official word in injuries. No other information was released. This is a developing story so check back for more. 
    A man from South Carolina who was in a boatload of trouble thought he could escape to Massachusetts – he thought wrong. A State Police officer acting on a Be On the Look Out (BOLO) noticed a 2009 blue Hyundai Tucson driven by Reginald Neville, of Myrtle Beach, Auburn Police said on Facebook on Wednesday, Aug. 10. Neville was wanted for attempted murder and possession of a weapon during rape out of Horry County, police said. The officer eventually stopped Neville in a parking lot where he surrendered peacefully.  He will be arraigned as a fugitive on Wednesday morning and will later return to South Carolina for his original crimes, police said. 
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Aliyah Boston had 10 points and 12 rebounds for her 18th straight double-double, Zia Cooke scored 20 points and No. 1 South Carolina won its 12th straight with a 75-37 victory over Auburn on Thursday night. Boston moved within a game of the Southeastern Conference mark of 19 straight games with double-figure points and rebounds that was set in 2006 by LSU great Sylvia Fowles. South Carolina (24-1, 12-1 SEC) took a 10-point lead in the first eight minutes, and Auburn (9-15, 1-12) could not catch up. The Gamecocks won their 12th straight in the series. Gamecocks coach Dawn Staley was miffed this week, saying other players who are considered candidates for national college player of the year were often talked about on national broadcasts, but not Boston — some even during South Carolina telecasts. That wasn’t the case with the crowd in this one, who tracked Boston’s every touch against the Tigers. Boston had seven points and nine boards by halftime and quickly took care of things in the third...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Two young women were shot and wounded Tuesday night while driving in Auburn Gresham. At 7:35 p.m., the two women were traveling in a vehicle in the 8900 block of South Halsted Street when an unknown vehicle followed them and crashed into a fixed object, police said. READ MORE: Chicago Teachers Union House Of Delegates Votes For Remote Learning; CPS CEO Martinez Says Schools Will Be Open, But Classes Canceled If Vote Becomes FinalSomeone in the car that crashed then got out and started shooting at the women, police said. READ MORE: Woman Shot, Killed In Parked Car In West PullmanOne woman, 21, was shot in the left hand, while the other, 18, was shot in the lower leg. Both were taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn in good condition. MORE NEWS: Essential Workers At Local Market In South Shore Keep Stepping Up Amid COVID-19 SurgeNo one was in custody late Tuesday, and detectives were investigating.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The South Shore Drill Team was there to welcome a much needed grocery store to the area. Wednesday marked the grand reopening of a Jewel-Osco in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood on Wednesday at 94th and Ashland. The store had been looted during widespread civil unrest last summer, and underwent a full remodeling READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Storm Damage Reported North, Northwest Of Chicago; Thousands Impacted By Power Outages Mayor Lori Lightfoot joined community leaders and other elected officials for the grand reopening. The mayor said it was a great day for the community. The store includes a 2,200 square-foot space to house the South Shore Drill Team so they can practice. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Storms Clear Leaving Mostly Mostly Sunny Skies Thursday Come and see us live.South Shore Drill Team Community RoomInside the Jewel-Osco9400 S. Ashland, Chicago, ILPerformance time: 9:00am@jewelosco #chicagoIL #Auburn #gresham #afterschool #program pic.twitter.com/jX80wacbq4 — SouthShore DrillTeam (@SouthShoreDrill) July 12, 2021 MORE NEWS: Over 18,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Six people were shot were shot while standing on a sidewalk in Chicago’s Auburn Gresham neighborhood early Saturday morning, Chicago police say. The mass shooting happened in the 7900 block of South Justine just after 2 a.m. Three victims were being treated Saturday morning at the University of Chicago Medical Center. Four of those shot are women in their 30s. The victim is a 32-year-old man. No information had been released on the identity of the sixth person shot Saturday morning. All were in fair condition. A neighbor who is a Marine veteran described hearing numerous shots outside his home. He said it was a “conversation with bullets. “I came and I looked out the window, and I had to hide because it sounded like it was so close that it was going to bust through my window,” said Darryl Martin. No one was in custody Saturday morning as Area Two detectives investigated. Also From CBS Chicago: With PlayStation 5 In High Demand, Oak Forest Brothers Learn Hard Way That Scammers Are Taking Advantage South Suburban Homeowners...
    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Kevin Harris had two touchdown runs and South Carolina turned three interceptions into points to beat No. 15 Auburn for the first time in 87 years, 0-22 victory on Saturday. The Tigers (2-2 Southeastern Conference) had won eight straight in the series and jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the opening 10 minutes. But Bo Nix threw three interceptions and the Gamecocks (2-2) cashed in each time to win consecutive games for the first time in more than a year. Shi Smith had eight catches, including a 10-yard TD grab midway through the third quarter that put South Carolina ahead for good, 20-19. Auburn was driving on its following series when Nix threw his third interception — and second to cornerback Jaycee Horn who brought the ball down the left sidelines to the Tigers 8. Harris was in the end zone a play later for a 27-19 lead and Auburn could not recover. The Tigers closed to 30-22 on Anders Carlson’s 22 yard field goal with 6:39 left. Auburn got the...
    By PETE IACOBELLI, AP Sports Writer COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Kevin Harris ran for two touchdowns and South Carolina turned three interceptions thrown by Bo Nix into points to defeat No. 15 Auburn for the first time in 87 years with a 30-22 victory on Saturday. The Tigers (2-2 Southeastern Conference) had won eight straight in the series and jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the opening 10 minutes. But Nix, the sophomore quarterback, threw three picks and the Gamecocks (2-2) cashed in each time to win consecutive games for the first time in more than a year. Shi Smith had eight catches including a 10-yard TD grab midway through the third quarter and put South Carolina ahead for good, 20-19. Auburn was driving on its following series when Nix threw his third interception — and second to cornerback Jaycee Horn who brought the ball down the left sidelines to the Tigers' 8. Harris was in the end zone a play later for a 27-19 lead and Auburn could not recover. The Tigers closed to 30-22 on Anders Carlson's...
    Movie theaters in New York outside NYC can reopen October 23, with limits Where to find good, cheap pasta in every state Nix picks cost No. 15 Auburn in 30-22 loss to South Carolina COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Kevin Harris ran for two touchdowns and South Carolina turned three interceptions thrown by Bo Nix into points to defeat No. 15 Auburn for the first time in 87 years with a 30-22 victory on Saturday. © Provided by Associated Press Auburn wide receiver Eli Stove (12) celebrates a touchdown with Ze'Vian Capers (80) during the first half of an NCAA college football game against South Carolina, Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020, in Columbia, S.C. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford) The Tigers (2-2 Southeastern Conference) had won eight straight in the series and jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the opening 10 minutes. But Nix, the sophomore quarterback, threw three picks and the Gamecocks (2-2) cashed in each time to win consecutive games for the first time in more than a year. © Provided by Associated Press South Carolina wide receiver...
    For the first time since joining the SEC, South Carolina has beaten Auburn. South Carolina joined the SEC in 1992 and it took until 2020 for the Gamecocks to beat the Auburn Tigers. Granted, they don’t play every year, but this was a big win for Will Muschamp‘s team over the Tigers as his teams improved to 3-15 against ranked teams in his tenure. South Carolina travels to LSU next week. Next: 10 college football rivalries dying a slow death For more NCAA football news, analysis, opinion and unique coverage by FanSided, including Heisman Trophy and College Football Playoff rankings, be sure to bookmark these pages.
    WOODLAWN — An Auburn Gresham candy store focused on building relationships with the community and its young customers plans to expand to Woodlawn by next month. B&B Ice Cream and Candy‘s new location at 1516 E. 63rd St. will be just a block from Hyde Park Academy High School. The store sells gummy candies and chocolates by the pound, ice cream, hot meals and shakes. Customer demand drove the decision to open a shop in Woodlawn, said owner Ellen Spencer. The location will be run by her brother, Patrick Brazley. “A lot of customers have come [to the Auburn Gresham location] from over east,” Spencer said. “We felt like we could duplicate our model there.” That model prioritizes community engagement, as Spencer and others with the store have organized donation drives and giveaways for residents. In April, the store gave $100 through CashApp to five families hit hard by the pandemic. As civil unrest and looting in June shut down grocery stores in South Side neighborhoods already facing food insecurity, B&B gave away meals. More recently, when a fire next...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Six people were shot Wednesday night at a gathering in Auburn Gresham on the South .SideAccording to Chicago police, the group was standing outside around 11:30 p.m. at "a large gathering" in the 8500-block of South Parnell Avenue when someone fired shots.Six people were injured including a 17-year-old boy who was grazed in the head, police said. The teen was transported to the University of Chicago Medical Center in fair condition.A 29-year-old man was struck in the neck and back, police said. He was transported to the University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition.Another man, 37, was struck in the head and taken to the same hospital, police said. He is also in critical condition.Two men, 21 and 29, were struck in the back and leg, respectively, police said. They were both transported to the University of Chicago Medical Center in fair condition.A 28-year-old man was shot in the arm and taken to St. Bernard Hospital, where he was also in fair condition, police said.The shooting comes just hours after a 9-year-old boy and his mother...
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