Tuesday Sep 2
Cape Cod Times
Five things about tomato season
Slice 'em and salt 'em. That's really all a seasonally delicious tomato needs. Though if you really want to gussy it up, you could add a bit of pepper, a splash of olive oil, maybe a sprinkle of balsamic vinegar.
State police act of kindness helps owner find runaway bully dog after accident
Sergeant Mark Lombardi and Trooper Sean Kelley of the Massachusetts State Police went far above their required duties when they helped the victim of a rollover crash in Andover find his runaway dog this past week.
Jeep's Renegade Ready to Muscle Into CUV Sector
Brian Nielander, senior manager of Jeep design, was scheduled to be in Middleboro on Aug. 12 when Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brought a pair of Jeep Renegade early working prototypes for a show-and-tell with the New England Motor Press Association.
Banker & Tradesman
Community Good Works
Debbie Blais Real Estate, Grafton Suburban Credit Union, Savers Bank and more are featured in this week's roundup of banks and brokerages giving back to their communities.
Cape Cod Times
$5K bail ordered for alleged drug dealers
Two men were ordered held in lieu of $5,000 bail Thursday after pleading not guilty to heroin possession with intent to distribute, according to Falmouth District Court records.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Greene, Warren to wed in October
Mr. Richard and Pamela Greene are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Anne Greene, to Michael John Warren, son of the late William Warren and Teresa Atkins of Middleboro, Massachusetts.
4-H fair set for weekend in East Middleboro
The 65th annual East Middleboro 4-H Fair will be held Saturday and Sunday at the East Middleboro 4-H Clubhouse in East Middleboro.
Today in SouthCoast
Family Sand Scuplture Festival Returning champion sculptors and children with pails alike will converge on Horseneck Beach in Westport to create and compete for glory, fun, and prizes.
Talk of the Towns
The Middleboro Health Department has issued an alert as the result of a positive finding for West Nile virus in a mosquito pool in the northwest quandrant of the town.
Police chief candidates list community policing as priority
Regardless of which candidate the selectmen choose on Sept. 8 to be the new chief of police, local residents can expect to see more of the men and women who staff the police department.
Security Guard Charged With Stealing From Westwood Retirement Complex
Westwood Police arrested a man they said stole tens of thousands of dollars from residents of a retirement complex where he was hired to work as a security guard.