Carr: Count on Tsarnaevs' EBT card collection
What's the over-under on how many EBT cards the Tsarnaev gang had in their heyday? Very conservatively, I'm going to say 15. It's difficult to nail down exact numbers, because these are, after all, undocumented Democrats, and God forbid that their privacy rights should ever be violated.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Nashoba Valley Medical Center nurses unionize in Ayer
For Fran Karaska, who is celebrating 25 years of employment at Nashoba Valley Medical Center this month, Thursday was one of the most memorable days of her nursing career.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Las Vegas firm hired to design proposed Taunton casino
A Las Vegas-based architectural firm that has worked on some of the largest casinos in the world has been hired to design the proposed Mashpee Wampanoag casino in Taunton.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Caring for You: He works to keep people up and moving
Ed Janulaitis, CPO , is the president of Advanced Orthopedic Services, Inc. in Hyannis.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Wampanoag chief has mixed feelings on casino bid
In the centuries since its ancestors greeted the Pilgrims in 1620, the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe has struggled to overcome financial hardship, recover lost land and even reclaim its nearly forgotten language.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Taunton police crack thefts from Home Depots
Police have identified a man and woman they say have been stealing thousands of dollars' worth of big-ticket items from Home Depot stores across southeastern Massachusetts.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Providence weather: Dry weather ahead
Forecast discussion: Although I have been talking about it for days, we finally received the periods of heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms.
Cape Cod Times
Taunton man pleads not guilty to drug, firearms charges
A Taunton man was released on $150 bail Tuesday after pleading not guilty to drug and firearms charges, according to Falmouth District Court records.
New MTA leaders take office
MTA President Barbara Madeloni and Vice President Janet Anderson took office as the new leaders of the Commonwealth's largest union on July 15, promising a course of member-driven activism that focuses on resisting corporate-driven policies and reclaiming a democratic vision of public education for students, schools, colleges and communities.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Grant to fund study of Thunder Brook habitat in wake of Cheshire dam's removal
That will be the subject of a study funded by a state grant to be used by the Hoosac River Watershed Association.
WMGI-FM Terre Haute
One-vehicle crash in Putnam Co.
The driver of a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 70, 74-year-old Francis Paquette of East Taunton, Massachusetts has succumbed to health issues at the Putnam County Hospital.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Hunch helped cops nab heist suspect
A police officer's hunch helped catch a Taunton grandfather who allegedly robbed two banks and deposited the cash at a third - all in one very busy Saturday morning - in an effort to feed his Lottery scratch ticket obsession, police said.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Luck runs out for bank-rob suspect
A Taunton senior citizen was so desperate to feed his Lottery scratch ticket addiction that he knocked over two banks, telling tellers he was armed to the teeth, police said.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Judge says he ranked job candidates highly despite misgivings
Taunton District Court Judge Kevan Cunningham said he was resigned to the idea that Joe Dooley would be given the top probation job in his court when, in March 2006, he scored Dooley the highest after an interview - even though he believed another candidate was better qualified.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Severe thunderstorm alert posted for Western Massachusetts
In the Springfield and Greenfield areas, the National Weather Service at Taunton predicted that the storms could produce gusty wind and heavy rain.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
National Weather Service: Extensive tree damage in Sunderland may have been caused by microburst
SUNDERLAND - Extensive tree damage sustained in the southwest corner of town Thursday night may have been caused by a microburst, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.
Impact of casino repeal on tribal plans uncertain
With voters to consider repealing Massachusetts' controversial casino law in November, local officials and gambling experts say there's still uncertainty around what becomes of plans floated by two federally recognized American Indian tribes.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Forecasters foresee wet and wild Fourth of July
Forecasters aren't expecting the lazy, hot kind of Fourth of July that people hope will serve as the setting for their beach trips or backyard barbecues.