SKYWARN Volunteers Muster as Severe Weather, Tornado Hit Southern New England
When severe weather erupted in Southern New England on July 27 and 28, SKYWARN volunteers went on alert to help forecasters track conditions and, afterward, to assist authorities with assessing the damage.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Dedham to Participate in National Night Out 2014
Dedham police are joining forces with several civic groups in town to support National Night Out next month, according to an announcement by the Dedham Police Department this week.
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.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Brookline Issues Tick Advisory
The Brookline Department of Public Health on Tuesday issued a tick advisory, saying it has received several reports of ticks early this season.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
State seeks more marijuana dispensary proposals
The Department of Public Health outlined its plan for accepting proposals for medical marijuana dispensaries in seven counties that currently do not have a project in the pipeline.
Just In: State's highest court defines - lewd' in child porn case dismissal
A Massachusetts child rapist who had seven photocopies of images of naked children in his cell - apparently cut out of a magazine, a textbook and a naturist catalog - was not in possession of child porn because none of the images were "lewd," the state's highest court ruled today.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Judge Declares Mistrial in 2010 Stoughton Murder Case
Norfolk Superior Court Judge Raymond Brassard has declared a mistrial in the trial of John M. Rooney for the alleged murder of a Stoughton man in 2010, the Norfolk County District Attorney's office said Thursday.