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Falmouth Selectmen Approve Medical Marijuana Facility in Teaticket
FALMOUTH – Selectmen in Falmouth have voted unanimously to approve an agreement which could bring a medical marijuana dispensary to Teaticket. The host agreement with Lakeville-based Nature’s Remedy of Massachusetts follows a draft agreement between the parties reached in August.
Bourne Hires New Finance Director
Bourne Town Administrator Thomas M. Guerino has announced that Erica M. Flemming, 38, from Lakeville, has accepted appointment as the town's new finance director. Ms. Flemming will take the post recently vacated by longtime finance director Linda M. Marzelli. Mr. Guerino made the announcement at the
Dollar General store robbed twice in Wareham
– Wareham Police are investigating a series of robberies. The Dollar General store on Cranberry Hioghway (Routes 6/28) was hit twice, one last night and again this morning. Police report three robberies in total. One arrest has been made. Police expect to release more details later today.
Polar Express at the Middleborough Public Library
Here’s a schedule of upcoming events at the Middleborough Public Library. On Wednesday, December 19 at 10:30 a.m. families are invited to join Miss Amanda for a reading of the classic book Polar Express followed by hands-on activities and a hot cocoa bar. All participants will have the opportunity t
Authorities: Florida man traveled to Bridgewater, viciously stabbed mother and stepfather
BROCKTON, MASS. (WHDH) - A Florida man who flew to Massachusetts on Sunday before being arrested early Monday morning in connection with a vicious double-stabbing at a home in Bridgewater that left his mother and stepfather hospitalized with serious injuries has been ordered held without bail.
Recollecting Nemasket: Lakeville Shares Christmas with the Region
In 1899 Hezekiah Butterworth, a noted children’s author, poet and lecturer of the time, recalled his introduction to the tradition of Lakeville’s Christmas greens, when “I first met the fragrance of these secluded Old Colony woods in the decorations of the Boston churches on Christmas and Easter day
Local Events happening soon in Middleboro and Lakeville
Festival of Lights continues this weekend at KOA Campground. The Middleborough Tourism Committee's 5th annual Festival of Lights continues for a second weekend this Saturday and Sunday (December 15 and 16) from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Boston/Cape Cod KOA Campground in Middleborough, MA.
2 Massachusetts medical marijuana dispensaries ordered to shut down over use of pesticides
A medical marijuana company with dispensaries in Plymouth and Mashpee was ordered to temporarily shut down by the Department of Public Health. The DPH said Triple M was using pesticides at its Plymouth cultivation facility. The use of any pesticides in medical marijuana is prohibited by both the Dep
Revere man convicted of homicide in violent crash that killed Lynn woman
FALL RIVER, MASS. (WHDH) - A Revere man who crashed his friend’s BMW into an SUV while speeding down Interstate 95 in North Attleboro, killing a 65-year-old Lynn woman in 2015, was convicted last week of motor vehicle homicide, Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn announced.
Easton Non-Fatal Police Shooting; Identification and Initial Charges Filed
Prosecutors with the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, in conjunction with Massachusetts State Police Troopers assigned to this office, are engaged in an investigation into the non-fatal police shooting, which occurred in the Town of Easton Sunday afternoon.
Police: 2 hospitalized after stabbing at Bridgewater home, suspect arrested at scene
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. - Two people suffered serious injuries after a man who police said was visiting a couple from Florida began stabbing one of them early Monday. Bridgewater Police Chief Thomas Levy said officials responded to a 911 call around 5 a.m. for reports of a stabbing on Yoke Road and found
Man on RI's Most Wanted list captured in Fall River, police say
A man wanted for a 2013 murder in Providence has been arrested in Massachusetts, according to authorities. Fall River police said Monday that Kongvannark "Ricky" Maloney was captured in Fall River on a domestic violence charge.
Man to serve one year in fatal North Attleborough crash
A man was sentenced to serve one year in jail for causing an accident in North Attleborough that left a woman dead. The Bristol County district attorney said 29-year-old Arman Chaudhary of Revere was found guilty of motor vehicle homicide last week.
Easthampton and Wareham marijuana retail stores get opening dates after Wareham shop ‘jumped the gun’
The fourth and fifth retail marijuana shops in Massachusetts have been authorized to open as soon as Friday by the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission. I.N.S.A., Inc. in Easthampton and Verilife in Wareham received their final opening approvals on Monday and may open their doors after the comm
Wind chills as low as 1 degree in Massachusetts Monday night
It will feel bitterly cold in Massachusetts Monday as blustery winds blow and temperatures drop overnight. The National Weather Service says wind gusts as strong as 50 miles per hour are expected to hit the state overnight. Coastal communities will feel the strongest winds, with the Outer Cape expec
State Delays Verilife Grand Opening of Recreational Pot Sales in Wareham
WAREHAM – Cannabis lovers on Cape Cod and the south coast looking forward to the opening of recreational marijuana sales at Verilife in Wareham on Tuesday are going to have to wait just a little bit longer.
Possible Shots Fired, Police Investigating In Easton
EASTON, MA — Early police scanners reported a man with a gun and a possible shooting near Bay Road and Allen Street at 2:16 p.m.. Police closed down the area for a police investigation.
Fall River grandfather killed in weekend fire
FALL RIVER, R.I. (WPRI) — Fall River fire officials are investigating a deadly fire from over the weekend. According to Deputy Fire Chief Roger St. Martin, the call came in just after 1 a.m. Sunday for reports of a fire at a home on Montaup Street.
Man trapped inside apartment during fire in Fall River dies
FALL RIVER, MASS. (WHDH) - One man died after getting trapped inside his apartment during an early morning fire in Fall River on Sunday. Carl DaPonte, known as a grandfather, Army veteran, and school bus driver, was inside his home at 299 Montaup St. when flames overtook the second floor around 1:30
Massachusetts Jail Ordered To Give Inmate Methadone For Opioid Addiction
On November 26, 2018, a United States District Court judge in Massachusetts issued a preliminary injunction ordering a jail to provide methadone to treat an inmate with opioid use disorder. The judge said the inmate was likely to prevail in his argument that such a refusal violated the Americans wit