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WBZ Sources: Three Arrested In Connection To White Supremacy Flyers

BOSTON (CBS) – Three men were arrested in East Boston on Friday night. WBZ sources say the arrests were in connection with the anti-immigration flyers that had been posted around the neighborhood.


2 injured after truck crashes through restaurant window in Weymouth

WEYMOUTH, MASS. (WHDH) - Two people are being treated for injuries after a truck crashed into a restaurant in Weymouth on Saturday. Weymouth fire officials responding to Skillet on Main Street about 11:30 a.m. believe a driver in the parking lot accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake, causing


Hingham Public Library to present Andrew Kusmin, ‘What’s Behind the Palette?’

HINGHAM — Watercolor artist Andrew Kusmin, Plymouth native, teacher and the author of “Palette of Dreams,” will share the story of his artistic and personal journey at 2 p.m. Feb. 24 in the Whiton Room at the Hingham Public Library, 66 Leavitt St.


What’s the catch? Red Sox players decide on new or old glove

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — It’s early in spring training, time to get the new mitt ready. For the World Series champion Boston Red Sox, some like the feel of new leather, some like it old. Some are superstitious and don’t like change and others don’t worry about that even after a great season.


Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Co. marks 50 years of service (Outlook 2019 Viewpoint)

The consumer-owned Massachusetts municipal utilities have a long and storied history of paving their own way when it comes to providing superior service at the lowest cost to their customers. For these utilities and their joint action agency, the Ludlow-based Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electr


Plymouth County: District Attorney Discusses Virginia Hannon Case

A vigil was held this week marking the 35th anniversary of the murder of Pembroke resident, Virginia Hannon, of West St. WATD’s Christine James was able to speak with Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz about some of the forensic techniques being used to investigate cases like this.


Two charged with club disturbance, fleeing police in Brockton

BROCKTON — Police arrested two brothers from Dorchester after they say the pair caused a disturbance at a downtown club and led officers on a foot chase early Saturday morning.


FHS Drops Two Tough Games At Home

Facing a strong Hingham team, the Falmouth girls’ hockey team fell flat at home following another tough loss to Archbishop Williams over the weekend. Hosting the Harbormen on Wednesday, February 13, the Clippers gave up two early goals and couldn’t recover, losing to Hingham (11-6-2), 5-1.


AAA Gives 3 MA Restaurants 5-Diamond Rating

AAA has released its national lists of five- and four-star restaurants, and 14 restaurants in Massachusetts made one of the two lists. The five-star list, released Thursday, includes just 67 restaurants in North America and only three new restaurants were added this year. In other words, just 0.2 pe


Overnight shooting in Woburn leads to arrest of Dorchester man

WOBURN, Mass. - A Dorchester man was arrested and charged in a shooting in Woburn overnight Saturday, according to an official release from the town’s police department. Asa Cooper, 28, faces five charges stemming from the incident: assault and battery with a dangerous weapon causing injury, assault


HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING: Central Catholic dominates in winning its first title in 16 years

BEVERLY – There was certainly a brotherly feeling in yesterday’s Division 2 state wrestling championship. Four sets of brothers competed for state titles at Beverly High School and all four managed to leave with at least one piece of championship hardware.


Hingham resident returns to YMCA of Greater Boston general board

The YMCA of Greater Boston recently announced that Jeff Conway, of Hingham, executive vice president and head of global delivery and business transformation at State Street, will return as a member of its general board.


Gang member from Randolph charged with drug traficking, assault

Men from Randolph and Fall River with ties to Boston-area gangs were arrested by Fall River and state police on drug trafficking and assault charges Feb. 13. Police arrested James Mendes, 27, of Randolph, and Tyre J. Wade, 27, of Fall River after officers spotted a 2011 Mercedes the two men were kno


Police Looking for Women Allegedly Seen Shoplifting Patriots Gear

Police in Mansfield, Massachusetts are seeking the public's help to identify two women allegedly seen on surveillance camera shoplifting Patriots gear. Authorities say the two women stole a handful of Patriots hats and other merchandise from The Paper Store in Mansfield Crossing on January 30, ahead


Western Massachusetts farm provides homegrown regional economic engine (Outlook 2019 Viewpoint)

On a cloudless morning in October, I found myself on a ridge in Belchertown, deep in conversation about the looming trade war with China. The topic wasn't the new CRRC Massachusetts rail car factory in Springfield or the spiking price of aluminum for our region's precision manufacturers. Instead, we


Celtics’ Kyrie Irving says his relationship with Lakers’ LeBron James is ‘none of your business’

Boston Celtics star point guard Kyrie Irving was in a jolly mood on Saturday at All-Star media day. When asked by a reporter what his relationship with Los Angeles Lakers superstar small forward LeBron James is like, Irving was very quick to say it’s “none of your business.”


Mass. Most Wanted: Feb. 16, 2019

BOSTON - Police say a white man in his 20's entered and robbed a Santander Bank in Kenmore Square. DEDHAM - Police are trying to identify a man wanted for charging up to $10,000 on a stolen credit card. The stolen credit card was used at a number of stores, including Best Buy in Dedham, the Target i


What's Open, Closed On Presidents Day In Braintree

BRAINTREE, MA — Three cheers for a three-day weekend if you have Presidents Day off. For schools, it's the first day of February vacation. It also means trash and recycling pickup will be delayed one day.


Woman dead after being hit by cement truck while riding her bicycle in Boston

The woman who was seriously injured after being hit by a cement truck while riding her bicycle in Boston Friday has died, state police said. Massachusetts State Police have not identified the woman, who was hit by the truck at the intersection of Brookline Avenue and Park Drive around 1:40 p.m.


Milton: Brockton Man Facing Drug, Weapons Charges Following Traffic Stop

A Brockton man is facing gun and drug charges following a traffic stop in Milton. Massachusetts State Police say that at approximately 4:45 p.m. Wednesday a gray Nissan Maxima was stopped for speeding on Blue Hills Parkway. During the stop the trooper noticed the driver making what he observed to be