Former Haitian soldiers march during a May 18, 2012, protest near the UN peacekeeping post in the Carrefour neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. The soldiers demanded the return of the Haitian army. Four Americans were detained during that protest.  (Photo credit: THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/GettyImages)

Mass. Man Jailed In Haiti Could Face Three Years Behind Bars

Two Americans jailed for allegedly driving a group of would-be soldiers during a protest demanding the restoration of Haiti’s army face up to three years in prison if convicted on conspiracy charges, a prosecutor said Monday.


Jillian Courcy (Photo by Carl Stevens)

Device ‘Programs’ Relief For Dighton Woman With Parkinson’s Disease

A 38-year-old Dighton woman who has Parkinson’s Disease says she’s hopeful after undergoing a new treatment called “deep brain stimulation.”


(Photo by Chris Hondros/Newsmakers)

Dighton-Rehoboth Students & Staff Hoping To Ban Use Of “R” Word

Hundreds of students and staff have signed a pledge against using the word “retard” or “retarded” in a derogatory context.



Edaville Railroad December 10, 2011

Mallory Pittsouy Dighton, MA Julia Pittsouy Dighton, MA Jacob Pittsouy Dighton, MA Matthew Smith South East Falls, MA Nadia Billerica, MA Nick Bello Swansea, MA Gabby Bello Swansea, MA

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–02/03/2012


Edaville Rail Road December 10, 2011

Jacob Pittsouy – Dighton, MA Gabby Bello – Swansea, MA Mathew Smith – South East Falls, MA Mallory Pittsouy – Dighton, MA Julia Pittsouy – Dighton, MA Nick Bello – Swansea, MA


Police inspect the damage after the crash on Spring Street Monday. (Photo courtesy: David G. Curran/SatelliteNewsService.com)

High School Senior Killed In Dighton Crash

A high school senior was killed in a car accident in Dighton Monday morning.


Houses are in flame while the Natori river is flooded over the surrounding area by tsunami tidal waves in Natori city, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan, March 11, 2011, after strong earthquakes hit the area. (AP Photo/Yasushi Kanno, The Yomiuri Shimbun)

Locals Connected To Japan Continue To Worry After Quake

A Bay State native who now lives in Japan spoke with WBZ NewsRadio 1030 about the devastating earthquake.