Wrong-Way Driver Hits, Kills Young Driver On I-195 In SomersetA young driver was struck and killed by a wrong-way driver on Route 195 in Somerset early Wednesday morning.
Somerset Officer Buys Christmas Dinner For Family In Need After Shoplifting IncidentA Somerset Police officer who was called for a report of shoplifting ended up buying the suspects a gift card to help them buy a Christmas dinner for their two young children.
'New England For Trump' Store In Somerset VandalizedA store selling merchandise supporting President Donald Trump in Somerset was vandalized on Friday.
State Police Investigate 'Apparent Murder-Suicide' Of Somerset CoupleMassachusetts State Police are investigating an "apparent murder-suicide" that was discovered in Somerset Saturday morning, according to the Bristol County District Attorney's office. Thirty-year-old Amber Pereira and 31-year-old Joshua Pereira are the deceased couple.
Palm-Reading Psychic Accused Of Tricking Client Out Of $70,000 Through Demonic Possession SchemeSomerset police have arrested a local palm reader, accusing her of tricking a client out of over $70,000 by convincing her her daughter was possessed by a demon.
Somerset Woman Dies After Being Mauled By Family Dog During SeizureA woman in Somerset died Friday night after she was mauled by a dog, according to the Bristol County District Attorney's Office.
No Charges Filed Against Somerset Police Officer Involved In Fatal CrashThere will be no charges filed against the Somerset police officer who was involved in a head-on crash that killed a UMass Dartmouth student in 2018.
Keller @ Large: Audit Finds $20 Million Wasted On Veterans Memorial Bridge ProjectMassachusetts is in the midst of a $2 billion push to repair or replace crumbling bridges. But sometimes, haste makes waste.
Driver Fired After Blind Boy Left Alone On School Van In SomersetThe driver of a school van for physically challenged kids has been fired after she went home and left a legally blind Somerset boy asleep in her parked van.
Somerset Power Plant Towers Demolished In SecondsIt took just a matter of seconds for two 500-foot cooling towers from Massachusetts' last coal-fired power plant to be reduced to rubble Saturday.