Election Scheduled To Fill Thomas Kennedy's State Senate SeatA special election has been scheduled to fill the state Senate seat left vacant by the death of Brockton Democrat Thomas Kennedy.
Soldier Surprises Mother In Hanson Traffic StopIt was a prank only a hero could get away with.
Firefighters Battle Abington Brush FireFirefighters from several communities helped Abington Fire Department battle a brush fire on Saturday.
Boil Water Order Issued In Brockton After Water Main BreakA broken water main in East Bridgewater has caused a water emergency in Brockton and problems in some nearby communities.
Hanson Building Collapses Due To SnowA building on West Washington Street collapsed as a result of snow on its roof, though no one was inside at the time.
Truck Found Abandoned On Hanson MBTA TracksPolice said the owner of a pickup truck left on the tracks told them they have no idea how the vehicle got there.
Hanson Woman Faces Motor Vehicle Homicide Charge In Pedestrian DeathA local woman is facing several charges after she allegedly struck a 19-year-old pedestrian early Tuesday morning, law enforcement officials said in a prepared statement.
State Fire Marshal Continues Arson Investigation After Two New FiresThe State Fire Marshal says they are investigating whether a Tuesday morning fire is related to others they believe are arson.
Hanson Board Of Health Chair Seeking Criminal Charges After Meeting MeleeThe head of the Hanson Board of Health is seeking criminal charges after a fight broke out at the board's meeting on Friday.
Hanson Man Gets Creative To Keep Controversial Political SignsThe town ordered Bobby Sullivan to take down his anti-Obama signs because they were in violation of building codes. He was determined not to accept defeat.
Anti-Obama Billboards The Talk Of HansonTwo anti-Obama billboards in the small town of Hanson are getting more attention than most political signs these days.
Crews To Spray For Mosquitoes For Third Straight NightA third night of aerial spraying for mosquitoes will take place Sunday evening, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.