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Sergei Khrushchev, Son Of Ex-Soviet Union Leader, Speaks At BCC

 

Although the Cold War is long over, American relations with Russia are still rocky today.

Sergei Khrushchev, son of former Soviet Union Premier, Nikita Khrushchev, visited Bristol Community College's Fall River campus Thursday afternoon. He

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
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Prosecutors Rest Their Case In Penalty Phase Of Tsarnaev Trial

Federal prosecutors have rested their case in the penalty phase of the federal trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

The prosecution rested Thursday afternoon after calling a man who lost a leg in the bombing

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Dan McCready/TSM

John George Resigns From Dartmouth Select Board

John George, Jr. has resigned from his post as a member of the Dartmouth Select Board, effective immediately.

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Brockton Police Dept
Brockton Police Dept

1 Dead, 2 Injured After Brawl At Brockton Basketball Court

Authorities say one person has died of stab wounds and two other people were injured during a fight that broke out on a Brockton basketball court that eventually involved about 100 people.

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Brockton Police Dept
Brockton Police Dept

3 Hurt During Brawl On Brockton Basketball Court

Authorities say three people were stabbed, one critically, during a fight that broke out on a Brockton basketball court that eventually involved about 100 people.

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Photo by Essdras M Suarez/The Boston Globe via Getty Images
Photo by Essdras M Suarez/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Audit: Homeless Hotel Program Costing Communities Millions

A key homelessness program is costing Massachusetts cities and towns more than $13 million each year in education costs and lost tax revenue.

That's the conclusion of a report released on Wednesday by state Auditor Suzanne Bump

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Photo by Jim Phillips / Town Square Media
Photo by Jim Phillips / Town Square Media

Teen’s Attorney Wants DA Quinn Off Suicide Case

The lawyer for a teen charged with encouraging a friend to commit suicide wants Bristol County D-A Thomas Quinn off the case, along with anyone assigned to his office.

Defense Attorney Joseph Cataldo says Quinn was related to the teen who took his life, and taking part in the proceedngs would be a conflict

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Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

Mitchell: Tiverton Casino Proposal May Give Mass. Gaming Commish Second Thoughts

How does a proposal to move a Rhode Island casino closer to the Massachusetts border affect New Bedford's chances for it's own gambling venue?

Twin River, which owns Newport Grand, is proposing a move from Newport to Tiverton, possibly to compete with New Bedford's waterfront casino proposal, and the hopes of a casino in Somerset

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Jon Faria/ TSM
Jon Faria/ TSM

Everett Hoagland Reads Poetry At UMass Dartmouth Library

A packed UMass Dartmouth library listened on as 2015 Langston Hughes Award-winner Everett Hoagland read his works Tuesday afternoon.

The award is given to African-American writers who's work focus on social changes and equality, much like Hughes

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Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Aaron Hernandez To Be Called To Testify In Lawsuit

A lawyer for the family of a man slain by Aaron Hernandez plans to call the former New England Patriots star to the stand in a wrongful death lawsuit.

Speaking alongside Odin Lloyd's mother, lawyer Doug Sheff promised the case would take a different tone than Hernandez's criminal trial, which ended April 15 with his conviction and sentencing to life in prison for Lloyd's 2013 murder

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