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A Plymouth man shot by Kingston police in a confrontation early Tuesday morning has been charged with three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon.... [Read More]
For the first time, second-floor programming will be included, and mobility-challenged visitors will be able to access it. [Read More]
As Americans reckon with racial injustice and inequality after a series of high-profile deaths of Black people, protesters have called for change, especially in terms... [Read More]
The news comes as states grapple with opening restaurants, small businesses, and schools; and cases are peaking in Montana, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming, according to... [Read More]
South Shore Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Beth Lyon said the 1,300-square-foot, three-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home is expected to be enclosed by winter to allow teams... [Read More]
Republican leaders have not presented a timeline yet for holding a vote to fill the vacancy, though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Monday... [Read More]
Several city officials said they want the mayor to use a newly awarded $938,000 block grant, provided by the federal government through the CARES Act,... [Read More]
The species of mosquito is Culiseta Melanura, which is primarily a bird biting mosquito, but has also been documented as biting mammals. [Read More]
Police responded to the Kingston Collection mall after receiving a 911 call from a security guard. [Read More]
Federal Furnace Cranberry Co. harvests from mid-September to the end of October. [Read More]
The America Backs the Blue motorcycle rally that drew around 1,000 people to a parking lot in Whitman had the makings of a coronavirus superspreader... [Read More]
The new coronavirus cases bring Brockton's totals since the beginning of the state's outbreak to 4,747 confirmed cases. [Read More]
Democrats have already vowed to use every tool at their disposal in attempting to halt the nomination from moving forward before the November election. [Read More]
The Office of Management and Budget will send guidance on restricting the cities' eligibility for federal dollars. [Read More]
Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a pioneer for gender equality, a respected and revered legal mind and pop culture icon, died Friday of... [Read More]
A Portsmouth woman is demanding an apology from American Airlines after she said she was forced off her flight home because her 2-year-old son would... [Read More]
The shoreline of the Silver City's historic river will soon get a facelift in the form of a new restaurant called the Riverhouse. [Read More]
Sprinter and amputee Femita Ayanbeku, a 2010 Brockton High graduate, is training with Team USA teammate Noelle Lambert. [Read More]
The Department of Fire Services will receive the land to develop an 18-acre parcel into a facility for recruits from southeastern Massachusetts. [Read More]
As officers arrived at the scene of reported gunshots early Sunday morning, police say they saw several people leaving a house party. [Read More]
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