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Residents, officials raise concerns about Middleboro train station

MIDDLEBORO - Selectmen and residents from Middleboro and Lakeville pressed transportation officials for answers Monday about the proposed South Coast Rail station in Middleboro, saying the state has not done a traffic study and has failed to communicate adequately with the town. "Nobody had the cour

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-21 02:29:38

Brockton barroom disturbances result in weekend arrests

At two different bars on Montello Street in Brockton, two men were arrested after disturbing the peace and refusing to leave, police said. BROCKTON - Bar room disturbances became a theme for Brockton police over the weekend, after they were forced to arrest two men at two different Montello Street d

ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-20 17:35:01

Nodding off on heroin, police say, Brockton driver causes rollover

Police said that a 38-year-old Brockton man nodded off on heroin while driving, before smashing into a car in front of him at a red light in the city. As a result, Brockton police said, he was charged with OUI drugs. BROCKTON - A Brockton man had to be revived with naloxone after he caused a rollove

ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-20 16:11:44

Brockton duo charged with North End home invasion, pistol whipping wheelchair user

Following a seven-month investigation by the Boston Police Department, a "violent and callous" man and a woman from Brockton were arrested for allegedly committing a home invasion in the North End. Police said the Brockton duo stole from and pistol-whipped a wheelchair-bound man. BROCKTON - A "viole

ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-20 19:41:05

Lakeville resident named it Vice President of IT at AAA Northeast

LAKEVILLE - Bill Dziura of Lakeville has been named Vice President of Information Technology Operations at AAA Northeast, based in Providence. In this position, he is responsible for all infrastructure, networks, security and Help Desk support at the auto club. A Bryant University graduate with a de

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-20 13:58:00

Alleged drunken driver now facing motor vehicle homicide charge

WOBURN -- A 33-year-old Chelmsford man who was allegedly drunk when he struck a 52-year-old father of six at a work site on Interstate 93 in Medford last year was arraigned in Woburn Superior Court Monday on charges that include motor vehicle homicide. Thomas O'Day, of East Bridgewater, was working

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-20 19:33:08

Elizabeth Seton Residence celebrates annual dinner

Over 200 guests joined the Sisters of Charity, Halifax, and board members of the Elizabeth Seton Residence at the Wellesley Country Club to celebrate their annual Meet the Need dinner. Guests enjoyed a cocktail reception followed by dinner and were entertained by The Winiker Jazz Trio and pianist Su

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-20 19:44:04

Red Letter day for pair of Silver Lake seniors

Silver Lake seniors Madison Milbert and Dillon Brown have already proven their athletic talent can stand up against the best high school competition in the area. Starting in the fall, that competition will shift focus from local to nationwide. KINGSTON - Silver Lake seniors Madison Milbert and Dillo

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-20 11:00:00

Hazardous driving on the Glenn, police say

Anchorage police say that new snow and wind are making for hazardous driving conditions on the Glenn Highway between Knik River Bridge and Eagle River. "Drivers are asked to take safety precautions when traveling this evening and tomorrow morning," the department said in a release Sunday afternoon

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 02:04:49

Kobayashi outguns competition at Dimond A1 Shootout

Jasmine Kobayashi of Dimond, who earlier this season broke the Cook Inlet Conference riflery record, was perfect in two rounds of prone shooting Saturday to win the Dimond A1 Shoot Off. Kobayashi scored 582 out of a possible 600 to win the meet, which pits the top boy and top girl from each of the


Dexter the stolen puppy is finally back home

Eagle River, Alaska (KTUU) After multiple twists and turns and a case of mistaken identity, Dexter the stolen puppy is finally back home with his owner. MJ Thim, a spokesperson for Anchorage Police Department, says Dispatch received a call from Anchorage Animal Care and Control around 5:30 p.m. th


Dimond rifle team outguns South to complete undefeated regular season

The Dimond Lynx capped an undefeated regular season Friday by edging previously unbeaten South in Cook Inlet Conference competition at Dimond High. Half the field shot 280 or better, a performance highlighted by Dimond's Jerica Manaois score of 293, Jasmine Kobayashi followed with a 290 for the Ly


APD officers identified after man killed by police Wednesday night

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Anchorage Police have released the names of the officers involved in a shooting at Fred Meyer on Muldoon, three-days after the incident. APD have listed the names of the officers involved in the shooting: Seth McMillan with APD since November 2003, Charles Robertson with

KTUU - 2017-11-19 21:28:00

Alaska marching band takes their show on the road for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

The music started at the sound of a whistle. There was the rat-tat-tat of drums. The clang of cymbals. The deep buzz of tubas. The airy whistle of flutes. Teenage musicians zig-zagged across the floor. Other teens twirled flags. Two more lept into the air. Marching band practice at Colony High S

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-19 23:15:19

After nearly two years, PFD fraud charges against former Alaska fisheries board nominee are still pending. Why?

JUNEAU - The case against Roland Maw, the commercial fisheries advocate once nominated to the Alaska fisheries board by Gov. Bill Walker, wrapped up last December. That's when a District Court judge affirmed an order barring Maw from hunting and fishing for 18 months, and a $7,200 fine against him

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 01:52:53

A death, a condolence card and a friend at the Anchorage Police department

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - Coming up with the right words for the first letter was awkward. Then, it got easier. Three years, and thousands of condolence letters later, Capt. Bill Miller of the Anchorage Police Department has found his stride. "I did 29 last month and I think, on average, it's probably 30-3

KTUU - 2017-11-20 21:32:00

'Thank God for Silver Sobriety'

STILLWATER - If Vicki Burkhow were younger, she'd be drunk by now. It's 2 p.m., a time of day when she was intoxicated for much of her life. Those were the days when she lost her job, was jailed for drunken driving and "pretty much drank myself to death." Now, at 66, staying sober is complicated by

POST-BULLETIN - 2017-11-20 14:41:01

2 found dead in Scandia home

SCANDIA, Minn. - A man and a woman were found dead in a home in Scandia on Sunday night. The Washington County Sheriff's Office went to the residence on Olinda Trail North after a call for a welfare check. A 65-year-old woman and a 66-year-old man were found deceased. The Minnesota Bureau of Crimina

KARE - 2017-11-20 15:30:22

Limo hits, severely hurts man crossing highway northwest of Twin Cities

A limousine driver ran over and severely hurt a man who was trying to cross a well-traveled street in the middle of the night early Sunday northwest of the Twin Cities, authorities said. The crash occurred about 2:20 a.m. on Hwy. 10 near 168th Street NW. in Big Lake, according to the State Patrol. D

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2017-11-19 16:10:00

Apparent murder-suicide being investigated in Scandia

The Washington County Sheriff's Office is investigating an apparent murder-suicide in Scandia. Deputies on Sunday night discovered the bodies of Clarence Seefert, 66, and Melissa Seefert, 65, inside their house at 19435 Olinda Tr. N. after responding to a call to check their welfare. A weapon was fo

PIONEER PRESS - 2017-11-20 15:20:31