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Bicyclist Struck and Killed by Cement Truck Identified

A female bicyclist was killed when she was struck by a cement truck in Boston on Friday afternoon. Officials identified the victim as 69-year-old Paula Sharaga, of Cambridge. Sharaga's husband didn't want to speak on camera Friday but told NBC10 Boston that his wife was a peace activist, a librarian


Town of Randolph hosts Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations

The town of Randolph held its Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations on Jan. 27 at Stetson Hall. The event led by town councilor Katrina Huff-Larmond and the organizing committee featured a panel discussion on King, poetry and a video presentation.


‘You Can’t Build Your Stupid Wall’: Mass. Congressional Delegation Reacts To Trump’s National Emergency

BOSTON (CBS) — The Massachusetts Congressional delegation is slamming President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to fund the construction of a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.


Reduced tax refunds surprise Massachusetts taxpayers

Greg Tully is 71 years old and for the first time in his working life he will not receive a federal tax refund. “Last year we got $631 back. This year we owed around $1,500,” he said.


Randolph: Two Men Arrested At Apartment Complex

Two men are facing charges following their arrest in Randolph on Wednesday. Police say that at around 4 p.m. they were conducting surveillance in the Rosemont Square apartment complex as part of an effort to locate 20-year-old Brandon Varela of Avon who had a pre-existing warrant out of Norfolk Supe


Police arrest pair from Fall River, Randolph with ties to Boston-area gangs

FALL RIVER — Two men with ties to Boston-area gangs were arrested by local and state police on drug trafficking and assault charges Wednesday evening. According to a press release from the Fall River Police Department, the arrests of Tyre J. Wade, 27, of Fall River, and James Mendes, 27, of Randolph


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.


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


Girl Scouts' smiles brighten Valentines Day at the Braintree Council on Aging

BRAINTREE -- Girl Scouts helped seniors celebrate Valentine’s Day by bringing games, crafts, cupcakes and big smiles to the Braintree Council on Aging on Thursday afternoon. After distributing hand-crafted Valentines that they had made together at a recent meeting, the 22 Girl Scouts, who flocked fr


Randolph police catch fleeing suspect wanted in summer shooting

Randolph police chased down two men from Randolph and Avon fleeing from the Rosemont Square apartment complex, arresting them on gun and drug charges Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 13.


Exhibit For 4 Presidents Born In Norfolk County Opening In Dedham

DEDHAM, MA — A new presidential exhibit is opening at the Dedham Historical Society and Museum just in time for Presidents Day. The exhibit, which the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds helped put together, includes a storyboard display of the four U.S. presidents from Norfolk County.


Theater, birding, and farm animals

Curtain Call Theatre in Braintree presents “Dancing at Lughnasa,” directed by Bill Gardiner. The show, originally created by Brian Friel, is set in Ireland in 1936 during the festival of Lughnasa. Performances will take place at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22, and Saturday, Feb. 23, as well as on March 1


Police Looking For Man Who Stole 22 Bottles Of Tide Detergent From Stop & Shop

STOUGHTON (CBS) – Stoughton police want to know who stole a large amount of Tide laundry detergent from a Stop & Shop on Valentine’s Day. Someone left the supermarket without paying for about 22 bottles of Tide Thursday.


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


Task Force arrests Massachusetts gangsters on warrants

FALL RIVER, Mass. (WLNE) – Two Massachusetts gang members were arrested Wednesday in Fall River on numerous warrants for drug and firearm violations. James Mendes, 27, of Randolph and Tyre Wade, 27, of Fall River, were arrested after Southeastern Massachusetts Gang Task Force members tracking a stol


Man went out to dinner after killing woman in Somerville hit and run, prosecutors say

SOMERVILLE — After Edward Clark allegedly struck and killed 40-year-old Allison Donovan with his truck on a busy street here last week, he didn’t stop, authorities said. Instead, prosecutors asserted Friday, he kept driving to his girlfriend’s Medford residence, and the couple enjoyed a dinner out a


Friends reconnect with wheelchair basketball team

The friendship began when they were growing up about a mile apart in West Bridgewater during the 1990s. Bryan Bjorklund, confined to a wheelchair because of cerebral palsy, met Fred Baker after moving to the town from Randolph as a youngster.


Braintree students named to Boston College High School honor roll

Several students from Braintree were recently named to the honor roll for the second term at Boston College High School. The following students received high honors: Reese Blanchard, Lea Hegarty, Robert Nguyen, Domenic Spano and Megan Stackpole.


Driver Arrested After Crash With School Van Crash in Revere

REVERE, Mass (WBZ NewsRadio) — A 45-year-old Revere woman was arrested on OUI after striking a school van with students on board Friday. Massachusetts State Police say that the crash happened at Eliot Circle in Revere next to Revere Beach just after 1 p.m.


Video: Five teens charged in assault of 13-year-old recorded on Snapchat

BRAINTREE, Mass. — Five teens are being charged with assaulting a 13-year-old Massachusetts boy in an attack that was recorded on Snapchat. The mother of the alleged victim believes the attack was racially motivated.