Sunday, October 14, 2012
A look at some of the interesting police stories from the Stoneham region this week.
Here is a sampling of some of the interesting and odd police stories from around the Stoneham region this week: Officers arrested a Randolph woman Monday who had nearly $800 in cash stuffed in her underwear, a bottle of Suboxone pills and a counterfeit vehicle inspection sticker, according to allegations in a Somerville Police report. In a Woburn Police log, a man ordered some food and paid for it. Later, the man questioned whether he received the food he paid for. After the man was told that he did get all his food, the employees reported he began acting “odd.” Employees told police the man then grabbed three syrup bottles and metal spoons and yelled, “God will fix you, God will take care of you.” In a Lexington Police log, officers were…
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Check out the latest savings opportunities in our "Frugal Family" column.
With the economy still struggling to recover from recessionary levels, saving every dollar possible at local shops and restaurants may be a necessary evil to help make ends meet. To help readers find ways to save money we'll feature five deals offered by area merchants and establishments in our weekly "Frugal Family" column, which will run every Wednesday. However, we also want shoppers to contribute to the conversation by posting deals they're familiar with in the comments section below. Here are some of the latest deals in the area: 1. Stone Zoo Deal: Get 50 percent off a regularly-priced child's admission, according to a coupon posted on the zoo website. Good through: Sept. 5. 2. Elements Therapeutic Massage Deal: Need to treat yourself…
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Taylor Von Kriegenbergh, a recent graduate of UMass-Lowell and Stoneham native, came in fourth place out of 417 entrants, earning him a big pay check for his play in "The Big Event" at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
[Editor's Note: This is a guest column by Stoneham native and poker player Taylor Von Kriegenbergh.] My plane landed in San Paulo, Brazil. I won a free entry into a tournament that I won online on PokerStars.net. This was my time to shine and to put my name out there. I played in the Latin America Poker Tour on Feb. 16, envisioning myself taking the next step in my poker life. I looked down at pocket Aces (the best starting hand in no-limit Texas Hold'em) and on a flop of 2-3-5, I moved all my chips to the middle. My opponent called, flipped over their cards and it turned out they had the better hand and I was sent packing. Later that day, I went up to my hotel room where I entered a $50 buy-in tournament online. I told myself I wasn't …