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Scituate farmers market focuses on unique small vendors

SCITUATE — Paula Powers of Scituate clutched her newly purchased wooden cutting boards. The local, small-batch food and crafts surrounding her reminded her of growing up in a quiet part of Nova Scotia.


Massachusetts Man Remains in Critical Condition After Snowmobile Accident

A Massachusetts man is in critical condition following an overnight snowmobile crash on Swift Brook Road near Stacyville. According to the Maine Warden Service, 47 year old Keith Sanford of Benedicta and 55 year Duane Carter of Spencer, Massachusetts were riding in a group on ITS 83 when the men fai


South Shore Home of the Week: Scituate Colonial perfect for family and friends

Telephone: cell: 781-424-8752; office: 781-383-5100. Highlights: Quality construction and high-end amenities are the hallmarks of this brand-new Colonial in Scituate, which features an open floor plan perfect for family living and entertaining. Gleaming oak flooring runs throughout the main level, u


Small Plane Crashes At Mansfield Airport

MANSFIELD (CBS) — A small plane crashed at the Mansfield Municipal Airport Saturday, the Mansfield Police Department confirmed. “Please avoid Fruit St. in the interim to allow emergency vehicles access,” the department wrote on Facebook.


Plan a visit to Scituate’s Erdman Preschool

Erdman’s Older Fours/Fives Pre-Kindergarten class offers children an extra year of growth and development before entering Kindergarten. The curriculum focuses on increased experiences with letters, sounds, math and STEM concepts in an environment that encourages creative thinking and cooperative pro


Plans moving forward for Scituate Dog Park

Friends of Scituate Dog Park is excited to announce much progress has been made in the past few months. Fundraising has been top priority, as has fine-tuning the physical plans for the park. After many meetings with Sean McCarthy, supervisor of the Scituate DPW, and Justin Lamoureux, senior engineer


Police investigating downed aircraft in Massachusetts airport

MANSFIELD, M.A ( WLNE) - Mansfield police and other emergency crews are currently managing a small aircraft that crashed and caught fire at Mansfield Municipal Airport at around 12:36 pm.


South Shore's first indoor dog park to open next week

As dog owners in Braintree, Scituate and other communities push for dedicated public spaces for their pets, one entrepreneur is seeking to meet that demand with the South Shore's first private indoor dog park.


Pembroke police log, Feb. 12-14

The following are excerpts from the Pembroke police log for Tuesday, Feb. 12, through Thursday, Feb. 14. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.


H.S. HOCKEY: Marshfield earns second Super 8 bid

Chris McDaniel cmcdaniel@wickedlocal.com @ChrisMcDaniel88 — The Hingham and Marshfield High boys hockey teams have been chosen for the Super 8 tournament. Marshfield will play St. Mary’s of Lynn in a play-in game on Monday at 7 p.m. at Chelmsford Forum. With a win, the Rams will join seven other tea


Whitman woman charged with three car burglaries

BROCKTON — An early morning string of car burglaries on the city’s east side led to police charging a 34-year-old woman with felony breaking and entering charges. At about 3:50 a.m., police responded to an address on Bates Road to investigate a reported breaking and entering. Information from the ca


Second Boston billionaire linked to Florida prostitution ring

The billionaire founder of a Boston-based equity firm joins Patriots owner Robert Kraft as one of the ultra-rich caught up in the months-long police probe of Florida massage parlors, authorities said.


Super Eight tournament: 2019 field selected and seeded

FRANKLIN — The MIAA Ice Hockey Committee selected and seeded the field for the 2019 Super Eight tournament Saturday. BC High and Pope Francis were unanimous selections into the field, while 12 more teams received nominations.


Phantom Gourmet: A3 Pizza, Pasta & Parm In Kingston

KINGSTON – A lasagna with 40 layers. Outstanding pizzas served with dips. Housemade mozzarella sticks that stretch for miles. Those are just three reasons why you need to get to A3. But there are so many more.


Man Killed in Shootout with Boston Police Had Long Rap Sheet

Kasim Kahrim, the 36-year-old man killed in a shootout with Boston police after he allegedly shot an officer during a traffic stop in Roxbury Friday morning, had a long criminal history that resulted in his spending nearly 10 years behind bars off and on between 2000 and December 2018.


Robert Kraft Donated $100,000 To A Massachusetts Anti-Sex Trafficking Group In 2015

Before he was charged with two counts of soliciting prosecution in Florida, Robert Kraft was just Robert Kraft. That is, he is one of the most powerful men in America’s richest professional sport and the owner of a team that has strung together arguably the greatest dynasty in that sport’s history,


CVS In Quincy Robbed At Gunpoint

QUINCY, MA — Police are looking for a man they said robbed a CVS Pharmacy at gunpoint on Tuesday. At 7:16 a.m., the suspect held up the CVS on Beale Street, stealing Oxycontin and Suboxone, according to police. Police said the suspect pointed a gun at several employees during the robbery, and then g


Hingham talk to discuss co-existing with wild coyotes

HINGHAM — An increase in social media posts and calls reporting residential coyote sightings have inspired Hingham's Animal Control Officer, Leslie Badger, to host a public forum on the issue next week.


Three arrested after teenage girl calls police while hiding from home invaders in Brockton

A 15-year-old girl’s quick thinking helped Brockton police arrest three men within minutes of a suspected home invasion on Friday. The Brockton Enterprise reports that police received a 911 call from the teenager at 2:59 p.m. reporting unknown men inside the home and arrived within two minutes.


Providence police spent $100K watching Weymouth child rapist's home

Police in Rhode Island have paid $102,812 on police details to monitor the home of a serial child rapist from Weymouth who moved into the city last fall. Police began monitoring the home of Richard Gardner, a Weymouth native, on Oct. 17 after his move to the neighborhood sparked outrage among reside