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Summer At Fenway Park
While everyone else took off for the beach or the family cookout over the 4th of July weekend my wife and I headed north to Fenway to see the SOX and hopefully a piece of history as Big Papi slays the record books in his final season.
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Nine Charged in Heroin/Cocaine Rings Throughout Southcoast
Nine men have been charged in U.S. District Court in Boston in connection with distributing heroin and cocaine in Bristol County.
According to court documents, 43-year-old Luis Lopez of Tiverton and Fall River was the head of a drug trafficking organization that imported large amounts of cocaine from…
Say YES To Middleborough
The Baker Administration wants to honor a pledge made many years ago to bring commuter rail to the region and we should graciously accept what is being proposed.
There have been promises made since Mike Dukakis was governor to bring commuter rail to Southeastern Massachusetts but until…
Westport Police Care for Severely Neglected Dog
Earlier this week, Westport Animal Control officers responded to a call from a resident who spotted a dog in distress wandering the area of Sanford Road and Mil Avenue. Animal Control and Westport Police found the severely matted dog soaked in it's own urine and decided to take it in...
If Not South Coast Rail Than What?
With the dream of commuter rail connecting  Southeastern Massachusetts with Boston appearing more elusive every day one has to wonder what will be done to address the current commuter nightmare.
The Boston-based "Better City" business group says the problem gets worse over…
Cape Flyer Unveils 2016 Summer Service With Veterans Car
BOSTON (AP) - The Memorial Day weekend also marks the new season for rail service to Cape Cod.
The Cape Flyer provides weekend passenger train service through Labor Day, starting at South Station, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham and Buzzards Bay before ending in Hy…
Top Boston Official Pleads Not Guilty to Extortion Charges
BOSTON (AP) - Boston's top tourism official has pleaded not guilty to allegations that he withheld required city permits and approvals from a music festival production company that hired nonunion workers.
Kenneth Brissette entered his plea Thursday in federal court after being arrested on an ext…

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