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Herd of Cows Loose in Dartmouth

Dartmouth Police are telling Fun 107 that there is a herd of cows on the loose in town. Dartmouth Police and Dartmouth Animal Control are reporting that they are "monitoring a herd of rogue cows" in the area of Route 6.


Leading Ladies 2019: Cindie DeMello & Tanya DiMarco

“We know that meal preparation is hard work, time consuming, and can be extremely stressful,” say Cindie DeMello and Tanya DiMarco, co-owners of good4U. “We take all of that off your plate...and put some healthy meals on it!”


16-year-old Fall River Murder Suspect to be Arraigned Tuesday

FALL RIVER — The 16-year-old juvenile accused of killing another teen in Fall River last week will be arraigned in Fall River Tuesday. The Bristol County District Attorney's Office says Michael Holloway, 16, of Fall River, has waived rendition in Rhode Island and will be transferred to Massachusetts


Here’s what Elizabeth Warren’s child care plan would mean for parents in Massachusetts and beyond

Sen. Elizabeth Warren released a plan this week to address one of the biggest rising costs for American families: Child care. The Massachusetts Democrat and 2020 presidential candidate is calling for a “robust” increase in federal funding to local governments, schools, and other nonprofit groups to


Fall River mayor seeks to pay back investors he’s accused of defrauding

Three weeks before voters will decide whether to recall him, embattled Fall River Mayor Jasiel F. Correia II wants to repay the lenders he is accused of criminally defrauding, provided they agree to release him from any civil claims they may have against him or his tech startup, SnoOwl.


BCC student turns crafting hobby into full-blown business

DARTMOUTH — For Paige Santos, what started off as a crafting hobby has now become a full-blown business. “Paige’s Paracords and More,” which features a range of handcrafted and colorful survival cord bracelets, key-chains, and even dog leashes, can now be found at more than 10 locations in the South


Juvenile accused of fatally stabbing 17-year-old William Wheeler in Fall River identified as Michael Holloway

The 16-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing 17-year-old William Wheeler in Fall River last week will face a judge on Tuesday afternoon, officials said. Bristol District Attorney Thomas Quinn III on Tuesday identified the defendant as Michael Holloway and said the juvenile will be arraigned on a


The Polish Diner In Massachusetts Where You’ll Find All Sorts Of Authentic Eats

Sometimes, all you want is a heaping plate of comfort food for a price that won’t kill your appetite. At times like those, head straight to Patti’s Pierogis in Fall River. Here’s what you should know about this Polish diner with a great reputation.


Massachusetts State Police investigating early morning fatal crash

A rollover crash at about 12:55 a.m. this morning in Auburn claimed the life of a Worcester man. Preliminary investigation by Trooper Timothy Rafferty indicates that Carlos Mendoza, 28, of Worcester was traveling on the ramp structure from I-90 Eastbound to Route 290 Eastbound in a 2003 Nissan Pathf


Local family looking for handicap van for young girl

WESTPORT, Mass (WPRI) -- A local family is looking for a handicap-accessible van for a 10-year-old girl who was seriously injured in a car crash. Avah Carreiro was riding in a car with her family on June 24, 2018, when they were involved in a crash.


Three-vehicle crash on Route 24 in Taunton

TAUNTON — First responders from Berkley and Taunton handled a multi-vehicle crash on Route 24 early Tuesday morning. According to state police, the crash was called in at 5:36 a.m. in Taunton on Route 24 northbound, just south of exit 12.


Fall River man charged with stalking, making threats

FALL RIVER — A 31-year-old city man is charged with stalking and making terroristic threats after posting a variety of threats on Facebook, according to police. Police allege that Joseph Anctil, 31, of Plain Street, threatened to make bombs and “blow up the city car by car,” according to Detective J


Police investigating breaking and entering at New Bedford City Hall

Police are investigating a report of overnight breaking and entering at City Hall. An Election Commission office first-floor window was breached late Sunday night. The window faces the narrow space between City Hall and the SRTA parking garage. Approximately $120 was missing from the Election Commis


Five Guys Officially Coming to Fall River

SouthCoast Marketplace is growing with news that Five Guys is joining the shopping plaza. There is already a lot of good food available at the SouthCoast Marketplace, like Qdoba, Jersey Mike's and 110 Grill.


Somerset Water Dept. to put liens on houses with overdue bills

SOMERSET — Robert Bozikowski said that liens will be put on 16 or 17 houses in town where the owners have overdue water bills. Bozikowski said the Water Department has attempted to collect the overdue debt from the residents by calling them and sending them late notices. He said attorney Arthur Fran


City of New Bedford voiding all snow ban parking tickets for past weekend’s storm

The City of New Bedford will void traffic tickets related to the snow emergency parking ban on Sunday, February 17 and Monday, February 18. Residents will not have to pay any fines for violations of the weekend’s snow ban, and can disregard tickets placed on their vehicles.


Police: Massachusetts man accused of kidnapping his son found in Mexico

BOSTON — Police in Massachusetts say a man accused of kidnapping his 1-year-old son has been located in Mexico. Lowell police said Monday that Fillemom De Lima, 37, of Lawrence, Massachusetts, is being held by Mexican authorities at an immigration detention center.


Teen will be tried as an adult in Fountain Street fatal stabbing

FALL RIVER — The 16-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing his cousin on Fountain Street is being held without bail after his Tuesday arraignment for murder in District Court.


Spring 2019 forecast for western Massachusetts

SPRINGFIELD, Mass (WWLP) - After all the snow we've had recently, and the up-and-down weather this winter, many locals are looking forward to a warm spring. The current spring seasonal forecast shows no strong overall pattern of too hot or too cold.


Massachusetts AG Weighs Lawsuit Over Trump’s Emergency Declaration

BOSTON (AP) — Attorney General Maura Healey is weighing legal action against the Trump administration following President Donald Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency to pay for a U.S.-Mexico border wall.