A Webster man was arraigned on Wednesday for shooting his friend.
A 24-year-old Shrewsbury man was in serious condition and is now recovering at UMass after his friend shot him during a "game" on New Year's Eve, the Worcester Telegram and Gazette reported. Daniel G. Grenon of Webster was arraigned on Wednesday on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, six counts of improperly storing a firearm and improper storage of ammunition. The shooting occurred after a "game" between Grenon and his best friend about whether a knife or gun could be drawn quicker, said the Telegram. Police responded to Grenon's apartment four minutes before midnight on New Year's Eve. Grenon works for Securitas Security in Westborough as a security guard.
There are plenty of activities right in our back yard this New Year's Eve that are importantly open to those who make up their minds at the last minute.
The crowds and bustle of Boston's First Night are not for everyone and neither is staying home to ring in the new year. What is a person to do? The area is brimming with options for those wishing to stay close to home as they ring in the new year. You can take in some comedy at the Amazing Things Art Center. Tickets are $30 for non-members will get you a comedy show that features headliner Joe Wong. Wong has roasted Vice President Joe Biden at the Radio and TV Correspondents Dinner in Washington, D.C., and been named Boston's "Comedian of the Year" while also winning the Great American Comedy Festival. The festivities start at 8 p.m. Planning on being completely last minute? Hate cover charges? The British Beer Company in Framingham has …