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Restaurant Furniture.net Helps Mickey Malones Tavern Upgrade Its Seating
Leading commercial furniture distributor, Restaurant Furniture.net recently teamed up with Mickey Malones Tavern in Brockton, MA to upgrade the seating at their bar by supplying them with new commercial bar stools.
Banker & Tradesman
MassDevelopment Provides $27M To Expand, Update Mass. Treatment Centers
High Point, a nonprofit that provides comprehensive health services to individuals and families impacted by addiction, mental illness, domestic violence and homelessness, is using bond proceeds to acquire, expand and equip a facility in Brockton.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Former Milton caregiver pleads guilty to felony
The former caregiver indicted in the death of a mentally disabled woman under her supervision in a Milton group home pled guilty to felony Permitting Bodily Injury to a Disabled Person Wednesday in Norfolk Superior Court.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Man arraigned in fatal Brockton stabbing
Tyron Coney, 23, was arraigned in Brockton District Court on one count of manslaughter in connection with the fatal stabbing of David A. Smith, 22, also of Brockton, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz's office said.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Rep: Housing of the homeless hit Bedford particularly hard
Eight months after pledging to reduce the number of homeless families being housed in a local hotel from 90 to 25, state Rep. Ken Gordon has reached that goal by urging the Department of Housing and Community Development to find families more permanent housing in or near their home communities.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Banker & Tradesman
CBRE/New England Arranges $6.2M Refinancing For Brockton Affordable Housing Community
Pine Homes, located at 469 Pine Grove Drive, consists of 14 three-story residential buildings with 114 two- and three-bedroom units.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
State police gang unit busts Brockton man on drug charges
A drug bust in Brockton this morning led to the arrest of one man and netted more than 25 grams of cocaine, as well as heroin and pills, state police said.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Mass. WWII Veterans Awarded France's Highest Honor
Two Massachusetts World War II veterans who helped liberate France were given that country's highest honor at a ceremony at the State House Monday evening.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Woman is killed in head-on collision in West Bridgewater
A head-on car collision in West Bridgewater Saturday night killed a Whitman woman and sent two people to the hospital, police said.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Which Communities Have the Most Expensive Car Insurance in Massachusetts?
ValuePenguin , a consumer finance website, recently ran the numbers to see which Massachusetts communities are paying the most and the least for auto insurance.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
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More on the VA scandal...
The Federal Office of Special Counsel recently revealed that a mental patient at the Veterans Affairs facility in Brockton, Massachusetts, had to wait eight years before he received a psychiatric evaluation.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Four injured in head-on collision in Holbrook
Four people were injured after a head-on collision on South Franklin Street near Collins Road in Holbrook Sunday afternoon, police said.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Fairhaven marijuana dispensary denied final DPH license
The effort to locate a medical marijuana dispensary in Fairhaven this year was dealt a death blow Friday, as the Department of Public Health ruled Compassionate Care was "not responsible or suitable to operate" a dispensary.
Photo gallery Photos of the week, June 27, 2014
Jamee Clapham, 7, and Molly Hearon, 6, and Chloe McAuliffe, 7, and Lauren Chin, 8. played on an empty lifeguard station at Pleasure Bay in South Boston on the first day of summer.
Coakley: Abortion clinic protections still exist
Attorney General Martha Coakley is reminding patients and protesters of the legal protections that still exist around abortion clinics even after the U.S. Supreme Court's ruled the Massachusetts' 35-foot buffer zone law unconstitutional.
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Plans for Lowell, Ayer marijuana dispensaries pass first hurdle
Eleven medical marijuana dispensary applicants, including those proposed in Ayer and Lowell, will move to the inspectional phase after completing a verification process that included background checks, according to state public health officials.