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Driver faces charges after crashing into Marylou's coffee shop, Shell Gas station in Brockton

BROCKTON, Mass. — A vehicle crashed through the front window and into a gas station convenience store in Brockton on Thursday night. Video and photos from the scene showed the sedan partially inside the Marylou's and Shell Gas station on Belmont Street.


Bridgewater police make arrest in series of business break-ins

BRIDGEWATER, MASS. (WHDH) - Bridgewater police say they have made an arrest in connection to a recent string of business break-ins over the last three days. A person, whose name has not been released, was taken into custody late Thursday night.


Peabody woman rescues a toddler standing in traffic

PEABODY — Joann Cronin couldn’t believe her eyes Friday morning when she saw a toddler walking in the middle of Lowell Street. The Peabody Municipal Federal Credit Union assistant manager slammed on her brakes, jumped out of her car, and scooped up the 2-year-old.


Brockton man charged in Boston shooting

BOSTON — A Brockton man is one of three people now facing charges in connection with a shooting that occurred last week in Roxbury. Boston police say they arrested Shaquille Watford, 25, of Brockton, Kevin Graham, 18, of Boston, and James Morale, 22, of Boston, on Thursday in relation to a shots fir


Peabody Daycare Shut Down After Toddler Wanders Away

PEABODY (CBS) – A daycare in Peabody is shut down after police say a toddler wandered out a door Friday morning and was found in the middle of the street. Police say the two-year-old girl had just been dropped off at Watch-A-Tot on Lowell Street when she somehow opened the door and walked out.


Police: Man Carried Woman Into Path Of Dump Truck

GLOUCESTER (CBS) – A man was arrested after he allegedly picked up a woman and carried her into the road in front of an oncoming dump truck in Gloucester Friday morning. Police say 41-year-old Michael Baker of Beverly was having a dispute with the woman.


100 grams of cocaine seized in Brockton raid; 2 arrested

BROCKTON — A man and a woman were arrested and accused of possessing more than 100 grams of cocaine after their home was raided Friday morning. The Brockton police Narcotics Unit and Special Reaction Team, a tactical group similar to a SWAT unit, executed a search warrant on the second-floor at 38 H


Cook gets ready for another Pembroke Grand Ol' Fish Fry

Lori Cook took over cooking duties at the Grand Ol' Fish Fry in Pembroke from Bobby Hackett in 2007. When Hackett, who presided as head chef for the annual event for the first 30 years, first met Cook, he saw her in action and was shocked at how hard she was multitasking. This won him over.


MBTA investigating after video shows bus driver blow through red light

BOSTON (WHDH) - The MBTA is investigating after one of its drivers was caught on video blowing through a red light in Boston on Thursday night. Kyle Vining shared video on Twitter that showed the bus speeding through an intersection at Ukraine Way near Forest Hills around 6:40 p.m.


Car crashes into Cranberry Highway home in West Wareham

WAREHAM - A car crashed into a residence on Cranberry Highway in West Wareham Friday evening a little after 5 p.m. More information will be provided as it becomes available.


Brockton woman says sneeze caused wild crash into store

BROCKTON — As employees were inside the combined gas station and coffee shop, a quiet night turned hectic as glass shattered and suddenly flung throughout the business. A sedan had crashed into the front of the Westside Shell, at 945 Belmont St., causing the large glass windows to shatter and come c


Whitman man indicted on sex trafficking charges

BROCKTON — A Plymouth County grand jury has indicted a Whitman man on charges he forced women into prostitution out of his Whitman home and beat them if they did not meet a daily minimum number of clients or income of $500.


California 'house of horrors' parents sentenced to life in prison

The California “house of horrors” parents who abused and tortured 12 of their 13 children were sentenced to life in prison Friday with the possibility of parole after 25 years.


'You've Been Uked!' hits the streets of Taunton

TAUNTON — Eastern Music owner Patia Campbell may have been classically trained as a flutist, but recently, the ukulele has been her instrument of choice. For the past year, Campbell has been a member of a Plainville-based ukulele group, The Unlikely Strummers, whose 35 members sometimes practice at


Taunton police prepared to enforce ATV rules

TAUNTON – ‘Tis spring, and with it come the sounds of dirt bikes and all terrain vehicles frolicking in woods. Taunton, with a total area of 48 miles, has garnered a reputation through the years as a place where these off-road vehicles often show up to the chagrin of those living near wooded parcels


Pembroke Firehouse Pantry assists Stop & Shop employees on strike

The Pembroke Firehouse Pantry is ensuring that Stop & Shop workers on strike will have food on the table. The pantry, which is usually open Tuesdays from noon to 2 p.m. and Thursdays from 3 to 7 p.m., was open for two hours on Wednesday, April 17 exclusively for Stop & Shop employees.


Fire breaks out inside barn in Whitman

WHITMAN — A fire broke out inside a barn on a large farm property Thursday afternoon. The Whitman Fire Department responded to a report of a fire at 856 Auburn St. about 2:20 p.m. A deputy fire chief struck a second alarm shortly after, triggering a larger response.


Police witness act of vandalism at cemetery, find collection of liquids, powders in suspect's car

BOSTON — A woman was caught in the act of vandalizing a gravestone in a Boston cemetery Thursday afternoon, police said. Deborah Gideon, 53, of Hyde Park, is charged with vandalism of a gravestone and malicious destruction of property.


Marshfield resident serves in Navy

U.S. Navy Electronics Technician 3rd Class Augustus Kapple, from Marshfield, reassembles a hydra radio aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) in the Red Sea on April 17.


Officers came under fire during Roxbury investigation; three arrested

Boston Police report arresting two local men and one from Brockton on charges they began firing away in the area of St. James Street Saturday evening - near where a cluster of BPD officers were interviewing somebody in connection with another incident.