mosquito spraying

Second Round Of Mosquito Spraying Scheduled For Saturday Night

A second night of aerial spraying for mosquitoes will take place Saturday into Sunday, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.


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Lakeville Voters Overwhelmingly Reject Casino Plan

Voters in Lakeville voted overwhelmingly against a casino proposed by the Wampanoag tribe of Aquinnah.


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Freetown Overwhelmingly Rejects Casino Proposal

Freetown residents have sent a resounding “no” to the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah’s proposal to build a casino in town.


The tractor trailer rolled over on Route 24 in Freetown on Monday.

Tractor Trailer Rolls Over On Rte. 24 In Freetown

A tractor trailer rolled over during the rush hour commute on Route 24 southbound on Monday.



Accused Drunk Driver Hurt In Freetown Crash, Passenger Killed

The driver of a car that crashed on Route 24 in Freetown killing a passenger has been charged with drunken driving.



Fall River Woman Killed In Freetown Crash

A woman was killed in an overnight crash in Freetown. State Police say the crash happened on Route 24 north around 12:30 a.m.


The aluminum steeple was placed atop St. Bernard Church just in time for the daily mass. (Photo by Kim Tunnicliffe)

Steeple Back Atop Freetown Church After 9 Month Absence

A new ten-foot aluminum steeple was placed atop St. Bernard Church by a crane, just in time for the daily 9 a.m. mass.


Fall River rescue

State Police Find Lost Hiker Using Cell Phone And The Moon

The 25-year-old Fall River woman who was lost in the Freetown State Forest Monday is getting a lot of praise from the State Troopers who helped rescue her.


Fall River rescue

Rescuers Rescued In Freetown State Forest

Three police officers who went into Freetown State Forest to find a lost woman had to be rescued themselves after they lost their direction.


(Courtesy: State Auditor's office)

One Year After Floods, State’s Dams Crumbling

One year after devastating floods, WBZ-TV’s Joe Joyce looks at the state of the state’s dams.