Neighborhood Network News: 1/3/19

We begin with a day of celebration for the first woman of color to become the Suffolk County District Attorney. Rachael Rollins was sworn in yesterday afternoon at Roxbury Community College--capping her political victory last year--and a personal struggle as a cancer survivor.

Time's running out for older immigrant students at a Boston public high high school in Bay Village.
When students at Boston Adult Technical Academy turn twenty-two years old, they'll have to leave--without a diploma.

National Grid has reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout of more than one thousand natural gas workers. The agreement would still have to be approved by two locals in the United Steelworkers. The lockout began in June.

Police are investigating a stabbing yesterday morning at Suffolk Superior Court in downtown Boston. Officials say the stabbing took place after a clash between two groups of young men or teens on an elevator. The victim was treated for injuries that were not life-threatening.

Original Air Date: 
Jan 3, 2019