Massachusetts State Trooper Makes Motor Vehicle Stop Resulting in the Arrest of MS-13 Gang MemberThe Maine WriterNewsBreak Contributor
Boston Hotel Tragedy: Investigation into 2 Bodies FoundameriheirNewsBreak Contributor
Worcester Police Nab Suspect for Fentanyl Trafficking After Early Morning ChaseRNHSA Media GroupNewsBreak Contributor
Girls hoops lose playoff opener at Uxbridge 50-18The Inquirer and MirrorNewsBreak Contributor
Tragic Protest: Airman Dies After Self-Immolation Outside Israeli EmbassyThe Wyoming HeraldNewsBreak Contributor
Local Rabies Vaccination and Dog Licensing Event at Dover Highway Department on March 16, 2024
On March 16, 2024, between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., you can take your cat or dog to the Dover Highway Department, located at 2 Dedham Street in Dover, to get them vaccinated at a cost of $15.00 each (cash only). Additionally, the Dover Town Clerk will be present to license dogs for the year 2024. sponsored by the Dover Board of Health.Visit here for more details.
Exploring Canton's Nightlife: The 4 Pubs You Can't Miss
This article presents a guide to four exceptional pubs in Canton. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below:
DA provides update on 2 people found fatally shot at Boston hotel
BOSTON (WHDH) - Authorities have provided an update on the man and woman who were found fatally shot on the 13th floor of the Moxy Hotel in Boston on Monday afternoon. The bodies of a man, 43, and a woman, 25, were discovered in a room at the hotel and both had suffered bullet wounds, according to the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office. Their names have not been released.
Massachusetts prisoner back in custody after escaping transport vehicle on highway
WALTHAM, Mass. — A prisoner who escaped while being transported on Interstate 95/Route 128 in Massachusetts is back in custody, according to authorities. Massachusetts State Police officials said 20-year-old Victor De Moura-Pereira, of Framingham, was arrested Sunday by Framingham police on multiple counts of assault and battery on a police officer.
‘Waves of rain, whipping wind’: Latest threats, timeline, maps as storm approaches Mass.
Enjoy the sun and pleasant temperatures while you can because big changes are on the way.
Man wanted to do some shopping on Centre Street in West Roxbury, so first he robbed a bank there, feds say
The FBI yesterday arrested a Roslindale man they say paid for an expensive shopping trip to the Walgreens on Centre Street in West Roxbury earlier this month by first robbing the Rockland Trust branch down the street - a week after he tried and failed to rob a Bank of America branch in Allston.
Deadly I-95 shooting: New video shows suspect car as hunt for gunman continues
New video has surfaced of a car suspected of being involved in the still-unsolved deadly shooting on Interstate 95 in Foxborough, Massachusetts, earlier this month, and officials are asking for the public's tracking the car down. The car, possibly a modified Hyundai Sonata, can be seen in the new video,...
Massachusetts Eatery Named 'Best Seafood Restaurant' In The Entire State
Here's where you can find it!
New Roslindale parking restrictions take spaces away from healthcare workers, employee says
The City of Boston is enforcing two-hour parking limits on spaces outside the Arnold Arboretum and Joas said it will negatively impact dozens of healthcare workers.
Over $1M Scheme: Mass Mechanic Faked Crashes, Car Damage To Cheat Insurance Companies, DA Says
Six people, including two fugitives, have been charged with defrauding more than $1 million from insurance companies by submitting false claims through their Massachusetts auto-body shop business, officials announced. The Middlesex County District Attorney's Office announced the indictment of …
Attorney general files lawsuit against town of Milton for failing to comply with state housing law
Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the Town of Milton for failure to comply with the MBTA Communities Law.
A city worker was severely beaten for writing a parking ticket. His colleagues are demanding action.
Parking and code enforcement officers have long been a target of verbal and physical attacks for doing their jobs. Boston officials are looking to better protect city workers who issue parking tickets after two recent assaults, one of which left an older man hospitalized. On Feb. 2, a supervisor working...
Their disabled loved ones languished in state institutions. Now, they want the records.
Cambridge author Laura Zigman wonders how her 7-year-old sister acquired severe sepsis in the 1960s. David Scott, a retired rubbish collector in Brockton, is consumed by rumors that his brother was routinely left with a neglected, overfilling colostomy bag around the same time. But Zigman and Scott so far have...
Uncover the Woonsocket Pub Scene: 3 Noteworthy Spots for Your Bucket List
In this article, we're exploring three delightful pubs in Woonsocket. Have you had the chance to visit any of these establishments yet? If you have, we would love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Boston police investigating overnight shooting
Boston police were investigating at two separate scenes on Tuesday morning. The first scene is on Itasca Street, and you can see the window of an SUV shattered and bullet casings were found in the road. The car's back tire is flat as well. Then over on Monponset Street, police surrounded a Black Toyota Acura.
The Quintessential Foxborough Pub Tour: Four Spots to Savor
In this article, we're exploring four unique pubs in Foxborough. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Experience Authentic Portuguese Cuisine: 4 Brockton Restaurants to Savor
In this article, we're exploring four exceptional Portuguese restaurants nestled in the heart of Brockton. Have you had the chance to taste the culinary delights from any of these eateries yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Winter almost over. It's been pretty mild on the South Shore. (Did we just jinx it?)
With the days getting longer, soon to follow are the welcoming signs of spring: the chorus of songbirds, the arrival of buds and blossoms and warm(er) weather. Until then, a few more weeks of winter remain. But it might be smooth sailing for the South Shore as the forecast calls for more milder-than-typical weather.
Four juveniles detained, one stabbed in connection to altercation at MBTA station in Quincy
Four juveniles have been taken into custody in connection with an altercation and stabbing at the MBTA’s Quincy Center station on Monday.
A Slice of Heaven: Wellesley's Top 4 Pizzas You Need to Try
This article presents a guide to four outstanding pizzerias in Wellesley. Have you had the chance to savor their offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!