Middleborough Police

Keller @ Large: If You Curse In Public, Clean Up Your Act

There are so few things we really control in life – what comes out of our mouths in public is one of them.


Stanetsky Memorial Chapels in Brookline

Body Mix-Up Lands Brookline Funeral Home On Probation

A body mix-up has landed a Brookline funeral home on probation.


NOVEMBER 13: Rob Gronkowski #87 of the New England Patriots celebrates after scoring a touchdown late in the second quarter against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on November 13, 2011 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Gronkowski Agrees To Spike Puck At Worcester Sharks Game

The Worcester Sharks offered to reimburse Gronkowski the $7,500 fine for his spike in the Jets game.


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Students Who Frequently Skip School Face $100 Fines In Nashua, N.H.

High school students will face fines of $100 for every day they skip school. The fines will only affect students who have missed at least 20 days.


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National Grid To Pay $1 Million Over Dec. Snow Storm Response

The state attorney general’s office has reached a $1 million agreement with National Grid to settle allegations that the utility responded poorly to a snowstorm the day after Christmas.


William Lantigua (credit: William Lantigua For Mayor on Facebook)

Mayor Lantigua Fined For Not Reporting Move

The mayor of Lawrence has a new problem. He’s been hit with a ticket.


Melissa Moorhouse and husband, Ray, with their boa, Penelope. (Photo courtesy: Matthew J. Lee/Boston Globe)

Keller @ Large: T Snake Woman – Pay The Fine

Melissa, holding your breath until you turn blue is a child’s game, not that of a grown woman. Pay the fine.


Richard Blake sued for discrimination and won after his support dog wasn't allowed at his apartment complex in Brighton.

Brighton Man Wins Suit To Keep Support Dog In Apartment

A Brighton man will be allowed to keep his dog in his apartment after winning a discrimination lawsuit against his landlord.


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Boston Bar Chain Settles Data Breach Allegations

A company that runs several popular Boston bars and restaurants has agreed to pay a $110,000 penalty to settle a lawsuit alleging it failed to protect customer credit and debit card information.


Ainge Fined $25,000

Celtics general manager Danny Ainge was fined $25,000 by the NBA on Thursday for tossing a towel to try and distract Cavaliers forward J.J. Hickson as he shot a free throw. Ainge, who was sitting […]