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After hospital room arraignment, man shot by trooper in Brockton held without bail
BROCKTON – After a state trooper shot the defendant in what police said was self-defense during an incident in Brockton over the weekend, a wounded Claude W. Brown-Madison was arraigned in his hospital room at Boston Medical Center on Monday afternoon, resulting in a judge ordering the defendant hel
Police: Brockton man fled officers with open bottle of Hennessy
BROCKTON — Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop of a car that didn't use its directional signal, but it turned into an arrest when police say the driver failed to immediately stop.
G Pub Being Proposed for Brockton's Downtown Area
It appears that a gastropub that would feature a retro vibe and a rooftop area is being planned for a city south of Boston that is in the process of redeveloping its downtown area.
Over 1,000 National Grid customers without power in Brockton
BROCKTON, MASS. (WHDH) - Over 1,000 customers were without power in Brockton Monday evening. The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency reported that around 1,081 National Grid customers were without power.
Brockton police arrest 5 'disorderly' men after moped, ATV chase
BROCKTON — Police say five men, including three teenagers, were arrested after a group led officers on a chase while driving mopeds and ATVs and causing a disturbance in the city.
Stop & Shop Employees Return To Work Day After Strike Ends
Program: WBZ News MorningCategories: News, General, Local News, WBZTV. Stop & Shop Employees Return To Work Day After Strike Ends. WBZ-TV's Anna Meiler reports from Quincy.
Police Seize 100 Grams Of Cocaine In Brockton Raid
BROCKTON, MA — A Brockton man and woman were arrested Friday after police seized over 100 grams of cocaine during a home raid, police said. Michael Farrier Jr, 24, was charged with trafficking over 100 grams of cocaine, while Janieka Vickers-Bruton, 20, was charged with possession of a class B subst
Brockton Driver Flees After Snapping Telephone Pole In Crash
BROCKTON (CBS) – A Brockton driver crashed into a telephone pole, pulling wires from a house before fleeing from the scene. It happened Monday just before 7 a.m. on East Street.
Go ahead: Stop and shop
ANDOVER — Fresh seafood, veggies and baked goods were piled onto Stop & Shop shelves Monday morning after an 11-day strike left stores across New England with few supplies. Smiling employees stocking produce in Andover thanked each customer for returning after a rocky dispute between Stop & Shop uni
Police: Teen seriously injured in apparent leap off fourth-floor balcony at Boston Municipal Court
BOSTON (WHDH) - State police are investigating after a teenage boy who had recently been arrested on a domestic assault charge apparently jumped over a fourth-floor balcony at Boston Municipal Court on Monday.
Apartment building fire in Newton forces evacuation of hundreds of residents
NEWTON, Mass. - An apartment fire in Newton forced the evacuation of hundreds of residents on Monday. The fire chief says they're turning the power out in both of the Towers Apartment buildings, to fix the electrical issue from all the water damage.
Photos wanted! Mass Memories Road Show calls for Brockton entries
BROCKTON – The Mass Memories Road Show is making a stop in Brockton. The Brockton Public Library is hosting an event on May 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., aimed at creating a digital archive of photos and videos depicting stories from the city of Brockton, as part of a statewide effort to document peop
Quincy Man Among 3 Charged With Trafficking Heroin In Hull
QUINCY, MA — A Quincy man was among three arrested Sunday after police seized over 40 grams of heroin laced with fentanyl and over 270 grams of marijuana at a traffic stop in Hull, police said. Raphy Veras, 19, of Quincy, along with Giovanni Cruz, 19, of Belmont, and Tomas Martinez, 24, of Dorcheste
Several sick students on flight to Logan test positive for norovirus, school nurse says
BOSTON — In a letter to parents, the Dover-Sherborn High School nurse said several students who were hospitalized after landing at Logan International Airport on Sunday tested positive for norovirus.
Man accused of carrying woman into path of dump truck in court
GLOUCESTER, Mass. — A 41-year-old man is in court Monday to face attempted murder charges after police said he carried a woman into a road in front of an oncoming dump truck.
Dorchester man strikes it rich on Mass. lotto scratch ticket
BOSTON (WHDH) - A Dorchester man is the latest $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “4,000,000 Gold Rush” scratch ticket game. Gilson Gomes Monteiro, of Dorchester, chose the cash option on his prize and received a one-time payment of $650,000.
Trial begins for doctor accused in death of 6-month-old
BURLINGTON, Mass. — The trial began Monday for a Massachusetts doctor accused of murder in the 2014 death of a 6-month-old. Pallavi Macharla ran a day care out of her Burlington home and was responsible for the baby, Ridhima Dhekane, who died on March 27, 2014, officials said.
Brockton: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market
BROCKTON, MA — On the hunt for a new home, and want the latest scoop on what's available near you? Need some assistance finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? You've come to the right place! To help simplify your search, we've compiled the latest batch of five new listings nearby.
Taunton man ordered held after arrest in Dartmouth on fentanyl trafficking charges
NEW BEDFORD — A Taunton man was ordered held for four months as he awaits trial after his arrest Friday night on fentanyl trafficking charges in Dartmouth. Joe Manuel Matias, 29, of 562 Winthrop St. was found to be dangerous by Judge Edward F.X. Lynch after a pre-trial detention hearing Monday in Ne
Massachusetts State Lottery: 4 residents take home huge checks after winning $1 million prizes
Four Massachusetts residents are each taking home a significant amount of money after winning $1 million prizes in the state lottery. On April 12, Lionel Houle of Webster won the 50th $1 million prize in the “The Fastest Road to $1 Million” instant ticket game. It’s the 10th $1 million prize won on