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Rockland middle, high school bands to attend jazz clinic

Superintendent Alan Cron recently announced that Rockland's middle and high school band students will participate in a full-day jazz clinic on Oct. 6, followed by a community concert featuring professional jazz musicians at 7 p.m. in the Rockland High School Auditorium, 52 Mackinlay Way. Students in

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 16:37:25

Thimbles & Friends to host quilt show in Abington

Thimbles & Friends will host its quilt show, "Quilts Color Our World," from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 14-15 at the Abington Senior Center, 441 Summer St. The show will feature more than 80 quilts made by South Shore quilters and includes vendors, a boutique of handcrafted items, a silent auction, raffl

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 16:22:39

President Trump: I Wasn't Preoccupied With The NFL

WASHINGTON, DC - President Trump spoke of the devastation in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands on Tuesday, adding that the he and his administration have been treated very nicely by the Puerto Rican governor during a press conference at the White House. "Everybody has said, it's amazing the jo

PATCH - 2017-09-26 14:50:28

5 knitting clubs to join this fall

1 Weymouth - A knitting and crochet group called the Naughty Needlers meets at Weymouth Elder Services, 182 Green St., each Tuesday at 10 a.m. They make clothing, blankets and other items, then donate them to newborns, veterans, the homeless and other groups. For more information call 617-682-6140

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 05:01:00

A GOOD AGE: A teacher never forgets

Emily Stein Blampied of Hanover recognized the name of Michael McCormack in a story about younger onset Alzheimer's disease. He was the wonderful child she taught in the third grade at the Squantum School in Quincy. Sue Scheible The Patriot Ledger @sues_ledger QUINCY - This week marks the 38th anni

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-26 01:15:00

Questioned on records, she left and never returned

TYNGSBORO -- On May 12, Deputy Tax Collector Nancy Dutton was asked to find documents verifying a set of tax transactions that appeared to be unusual. Dutton then left work early that day, claiming to be sick. She never returned. The description of Dutton's last day at Town Hall is contained in a

LOWELL SUN - 2017-09-26 10:34:25

Local veterans react to NFL anthem controversy

"You're damn right I was offended," said Brockton's Goerge Hursey, who survived the attacks on Pearl Harbor felt the player's actions were disrespectful to the veterans who have fought and died to defend the flag and the ideals that it symbolizes. "Not a veteran in the whole damn bunch, no one with

ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-26 21:51:54

City Looks to Tackle Issue of Turkeys Terrorizing Neighborhoods

City leaders in Cambridge, Massachusetts, are seeking guidance after some residents have complained about nuisance neighbors terrorizing their streets. Several turkeys have been spotted in the Avon Hill section of Cambridge. While some enjoy the company of the bold birds, many neighbors say they hav

NECN - 2017-09-26 00:56:16

Man Hit Dog, Woman With Machete: Taunton Police

TAUNTON, MA - Taunton police are asking the public's help finding a suspect accused of attacking a woman and a dog with a machete last week. Thomas Vargas, 45, has a last known address in the Brockton area, police said. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 508-824-7522. Police said the

PATCH - 2017-09-25 22:15:00

'Racist' social media post about kneeling football players creates controversy

A Facebook post about kneeling Patriots players has landed a public official in hot water. Stephen V. Pina posted: "Turds. Your dumb*** isn't paid to think about politics...dance monkey dance." NBC 10 News has learned Pina works in the federal government's veterans benefits office in Providence. He

TURNTO10.COM - 2017-09-25 22:54:27

Randolph woman stresses learning at new Holbrook daycare

In a world of busy parents, a Randolph woman recently opened a daycare in Holbrook. Stephanie Lamousnery, M.Ed., has started Emerging Academy at 140 North Franklin St. It offers care for young children. The paper asked her a few questions: What is unique about your daycare? I am what is most unique

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 01:38:18

Weymouth Man Charged In Multiple Break-Ins

WEYMOUTH, MA - A Weymouth man was arrested after breaking into multiple vehicles early Tuesday morning, police said. Derek J. Winslow, 20, was charged with three counts of breaking and entering in the nighttime for a felony and minor in possession of alcohol, according to the Weymouth Police Departm

PATCH - 2017-09-26 13:54:02

Weymouth man charged with breaking into cars overnight

WEYMOUTH - A Weymouth man was arrested early Tuesday morning and charged with breaking into multiple cars at the Weymouth Commons apartment complex, police said. Derek J. Winslow, 20, from Lee Street, was charged with three counts of felony breaking and entering in the nighttime and being a minor in

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 12:55:35

Weymouth man charged with trafficking Fentanyl, cocaine

Investigators seize more than a pound of Fentanyl, a pound of cocaine and 30 pounds of marijuana from the car and apartment of a Weymouth man. WEYMOUTH - A pound of Fentanyl and a pound of cocaine was sized after detectives executed a search warrant on a Weymouth man's home and car Monday afternoon,

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 06:01:41

Hanover Medical Reserve Corps is there when going gets tough

The next Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) information night will be held Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Hanover Town Hall. The MRC is a community-based group of volunteers who assist local public health officials as well as to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergency events. With the hear

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 17:09:00

Hanover Police promote Pink Patch Project

Hanover Police Officers are joining other departments on the South Shore in wearing their emotions on their sleeves this October. "We've all been touched by someone with either breast cancer or some form of cancer," said Hanover Police Officer John Voelkel. "My wife's aunt just battled breast cancer

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-26 14:00:00

Weymouth police warn bicyclists about reckless behavior

Youngsters who recklessly steer their bicycle in front of a car to "pop wheelies" or cause the cycle to stand vertically on a single tire have been putting themselves and motorists in danger on several occasions during the past week, according to police. Youngsters who recklessly steer their bicycle

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-09-25 23:47:30

Prosecutors say Dot teen undone by social media

A Dorchester teen accused of going on an 18-hour crime spree last week - robbing three women, raping one of them, kidnapping another and forcing his way into a fourth woman's home - was undone by the photo he sent with a "friend" request to one of his victims on Snapchat, prosecutors said. Jude Desp

BOSTON HERALD - 2017-09-26 07:00:00

Keep out - Brockton home targeted by gunfire shut down

City officials have boarded up a Wallace Street home following a weekend shooting. Cody Shepard The Enterprise @cshepard_ENT BROCKTON - Keep out - black signs with red lettering are posted atop white boards that cover windows and doors on a Wallace Street home. The home, at 19 Wallace St., was shot

ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-26 20:47:01

Police: Brockton woman tried to steal money from bank account

The woman tried to withdraw money from a bank account using a stolen ID card. BROCKTON - A city woman attempted to use another woman's license to steal money out of a bank account Monday evening, police said. Police responded to the Citizen's Bank inside Stop and Shop, at 683 Belmont St., about 7:15

ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-26 15:30:30