Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Shelley Murphy Globe Staff March 12, 2019 Images of some of the world’s most coveted masterpieces by Rembrandt and Vermeer adorn the walls of a cramped office in Boston’s Fenway. A name plate from the frame that held Manet’s “Chez Tortoni” is propped above a keyboard on the desk.They are a source of inspiration and heartache for Anthony Amore, security director of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. He has spent countless hours in this small room on the fourth floor of the historic palace, searching for clues in an agonizing quest to recover treasures stolen years before he was hired to protect the collection.“When you are looking for something for a long time and it seems like an impossible task, you need inspiration,” says 52-year-old Amore, whose office is filled with reminders of the $500 million worth of artwork stolen … [Read more...] about An office focused on what’s missing
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Yvonne Abraham March 07, 2019 Something is seriously amiss if the Trump administration protects the rights of an undocumented worker better than the city of Boston does.Yet that conclusion is hard to avoid if one believes the allegations in a federal Department of Labor complaint filed last week. In it, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta accuses a South Boston employer of retaliating against a worker, badly injured on the job and seeking compensation, by trying to have the worker deported — with help from the Boston Police Department.Until the lawsuit was filed, labor and immigration advocates had no idea of the extent to which Boston police were involved in the case. They are shocked, and deeply troubled — especially given Mayor Marty Walsh’s repeated assurances that immigrants can trust police. Advertisement First, the case. The worker, Jose Martin … [Read more...] about Is Boston truly looking out for immigrants? Not in this case.
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Abbi Matheson, Kathy McCabe and Emily Sweeney Globe Staff February 22, 2019 A routine traffic stop in the pre-dawn darkness on a Roxbury street exploded into gunfire that left one man dead, and a Boston police officer is being treated for multiple gunshot wounds at Boston Medical Center, officials said.Two law enforcement officials with knowledge of the case identified the deceased suspect as Kasim Kahrim, 36. Records show that Boston police arrested Kahrim in Dorchester on gun charges in March 2016, but the outcome of that case wasn’t immediately available.Boston Police Commissioner William Gross said early Friday that the man fired on two uniformed officers, who were in a marked police cruiser, around 2:21 a.m. near 102 Gerard St. Advertisement At least one of the officers opened fire with his service weapon, striking the man who drove away from the … [Read more...] about Boston police officer shot, suspect killed following traffic stop
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page February 12, 2019 Chris Lynch left for California last year after spending his professional career in Greater Boston. But it turns out he won’t be gone for long.The former venture capitalist was lured west by former Yahoo exec Dave Mariani, who thought Lynch would be the perfect chief executive for a data management startup that Mariani had been running.So Lynch joined AtScale, first as a consultant and then as CEO. AtScale is based in San Mateo, in the heart of the San Francisco-Silicon Valley tech frenzy. But Lynch soon learned that area wasn’t an ideal place to hunt for engineering talent, at least for his kind of venture. So he returned to Boston to set up an East Coast office in Boston’s Leather District, across from South Station. Advertisement Twenty people have joined the Boston office since it opened on Feb. 1, and he expects 100 will work … [Read more...] about CEO finds engineering talent better in Boston area
By Heather Leighton Published 10:22 am CST, Tuesday, January 24, 2017 The U.S. Attorney's Office shared a photo of $20 million seized in a box spring following the arrest of a Brazilian man in his involvement in a scam to launder proceeds of a pyramid scheme. Continue clicking to learn of the stranges things people try to smuggle in and out of the United States. less The U.S. Attorney's Office shared a photo of $20 million seized in a box spring following the arrest of a Brazilian man in his involvement in a scam to launder proceeds of a pyramid scheme. Continue clicking ... more Photo: U.S. Attorneys Office Photo: U.S. Attorneys Office Image 1 of / 22 Caption Close Image 1 of 22 The U.S. Attorney's Office shared a photo of $20 million seized in a box spring following … [Read more...] about $20 million found hidden inside box spring under mattress in Boston