Boston homicide detectives are seeking the public?s help in an investigation into the death of a male discovered with apparent stab wounds in Roxbury Monday night.
Officers responded to a call for a person down on Shetland Street at about 9 p.m. Monday, police said today.
Police there ?observed a male victim lying in the street suffering from apparent stab wounds.? The male victim was pronounced dead a short time later at Boston Medical Center, police said.
HARRISON, N.J. ? American midfielder Sacha Kljestan is returning to Major League Soccer with the New York Red Bulls.
New York said Wednesday it had acquired the 29-year-old on a transfer from Belgium's Anderlecht. He is likely will take over the midfield role held by Tim Cahill, who was benched during the second half of last season and is expected to leave.
The Red Bulls announced the move in Orlando, Florida, where they are training for their March 8 opener at Kansas City.
House Speaker Robert DeLeo will push his caucus on Thursday to approve new internal rules eliminating term limits on the speakership, allowing the Winthrop Democrat to remain in power beyond 2017, someone familiar with the speaker's plans said Wednesday.
DeLeo will make his case to House Democrats for dropping the eight-year limit on serving as speaker during a private caucus Thursday morning before the House is slated to debate it rules for the upcoming session.
CHICAGO ? Infielder Gordon Beckham has agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract with the Chicago White Sox, who cleared a roster spot by designating outfielder Dayan Viciedo for assignment.
Beckham has spent almost all of his six big league seasons with the White Sox, who traded him to the Los Angeles Angels on Aug. 21. He made $4,175,000 last season, when he hit .226, and Los Angeles declined to offer him a contract by the Dec. 2 deadline, making him a free agent.
Drafted with the eighth pick overall by the White Sox in 2008, Beckham is a career .245 hitter.
The mother of a mystery shoveler who cleared the Boston Marathon finish line ? and whose blizzard photo has gone viral ? said her son doesn?t want to be identified and was forced to turn off his phone when calls for comment started pouring in.
?My son is adamant about not wanting to have anything reported on this,? the mother said, declining to be identified when reached by phone at home this afternoon. ?He just wanted to do it and he doesn?t think what he did was anything special.?