Cody Shepard The Enterprise @cshepard_ENT Two Texas men have been indicted in a series of local "smash-and-grab" ATM thefts that occurred last May, including one that began with a van theft in Stoughton, officials said.Frederick D. Williams, 29, and Matthew L. Gallagher, 32, both of Dallas, were arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston after each were indicted on 28 charges related to a theft spree in the region on May 18 and 19 last year.Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F....
Commuters are warned to avoid the area this morning after the crash occurred near exit 19 with one of the vehicles involved landing in woods near the northern section of D.W. Field Park. AVON - Route 24 north is presently closed after a serious two-car crash early Friday. Commuters are warned to avoid the area this morning after the crash occurred near exit 19 with one of the vehicles involved landing in woods near the northern section of D.W. Field Park.
A man believed to be in his 70s was seriously injured in a head-on collision at Depot and Turnpike streets on Friday morning. Cody Shepard The Enterprise @cshepard_ENT
EASTON — A man was seriously injured in a head-on collision Friday morning. Police and firefighters responded to a report of a two-vehicle collision at Depot and Turnpike streets about 7:25 a.m.
Brockton police Sgt. Tracy Harrington Barbas received a hero's send-off on Friday, as hundreds of fellow officers, family members and friends gathered to celebrate her life at Our Lady of Lourdes Church: http://bit.ly/2mUyq8G
A 79-year-old man is clinging to life following a head-on collision at Depot and Turnpike streets in Easton this morning. State Police investigators and Easton detectives are on scene investigating: http://bit.ly/2mVqXah
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