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Judge Lets Aaron Hernandez Transfer To Another Jail

A judge has ruled that former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez can transfer to a jail in another county for easier access to his Boston lawyers.

The decision on Monday allows Hernandez to leave the jail in Bristol County in southern Massachusetts where he is charged in the 2013 shooting of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd

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Photo by Jonathan Wiggs / the Boston Globe via Getty Images

Hernandez’ Attorneys Claim Hodgson Violated Their Client’s Rights

Bristol County prosecutors say they do not oppose a request from former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez to move him to a jail closer to his Boston attorneys.

However, in their written transfer request, Hernandez's lawyers accused the administrator of the Bristol County House of Correction, Sheriff Thomas Hodgson of violating Hernandez's privacy and due process rights

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Pete, Kasey and Arthur Lynch
Pete, Kasey and Arthur Lynch

Dartmouth’s Arthur Lynch Now In The NFL [Interview]

Arthur Lynch went to Dartmouth High School and played football for the Indians. After graduation he attended the University of Georgia and played football there. Now, he's in the NFL.

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Roldan, Reynolds/Fairhaven Police
Roldan, Reynolds/Fairhaven Police

Detectives Use TASER After Witnessing Fairhaven Drug Deal

Fairhaven and Dartmouth Police arrest two for the price of one.

Detectives from both towns were about to execute a search warrant at a Spring Street apartment in Fairhaven early Monday morning for a suspect wanted on assorted narcotics offenses

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Getty Images

Lawyers Want Hernandez Moved Closer To Boston

Aaron Hernandez's lawyers are asking a judge to transfer the former New England Patriots star to a jail closer to Boston, citing safety and other concerns.

Hernandez's Boston-based attorneys, in a request filed Friday, say they have to travel too far to meet him at the Bristol County jail in Dartmouth

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Dartmouth Police
Dartmouth Police

New Bedford Man Arrested For Exposing Himself To Juveniles

A New Bedford man is arrested for the second time within a month for exposing himself.

Dartmouth Police say the've arrested 30-year-old Wayne Michael Pina of Spruce Street in New Bedford last Thursday, after he allegedly exposed himself to two juveniles in the Dartmouth Walmart

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Michael Valdez

Perfect Way To Celebrate History And Fun

As Dartmouth celebrates 350 years of incorporation as a township this year, thousands of people took advantage of bringing history to life with a re-enactment of the Incorporation/Land Sale by middle school students at Apponagansett Park yesterday. 

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dartmouth350.com

Dartmouth Celebrates Incorporation, Land Sale Sunday

The Town of Dartmouth continues the celebration of it's 350th year in existence Sunday.

One of the premier events of the celebration, the incorporation and land sale re-enactment, will be played out before the town at Apponagansett park Sunday afternoon

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NurseNancy11/Instagram
NurseNancy11/Instagram

Dartmouth High Student Permitted To Walk Across Graduation Stage

The Dartmouth School System is allowing Ashlyn Conde to walk across the stage at Dartmouth High School's graduation exercises this weekend.

Conde was not permitted to walk across the stage after she was diagnosed with Steven-Johnson Syndrome which left her hospitalized from April 8 through May 5

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Bloomberg/Getty Images

UMass Dartmouth Professor Talks Drones

An associate professor at UMass Dartmouth's School of Law was part of an important discussion on a burgeoning industry in Massachusetts.

Associate Professor Hillary Farber joined in discussion with representatives from MassDevelopment, the Massachusetts Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Center, and the ACLU of Massachusetts to talk about drones and proposed uses and regulations

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