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The 6th largest city in Massachusetts, it is located 25 miles south of Boston. In 1883, Thomas Edison put the city on the electrical grid, giving it the first 3 wire underground electrical system. Somewhat surprisingly, the city produced 2 of the greatest boxers of all time, Rocky Marciano and 'Marvelous' Marvin Hagler.

Population: 93092
Local Newspapers: Boston Globe Boston Herald
Local Sports Teams: Boston Celtics (NBA) Bruins (NHL) Red Sox (MLB) and New England Patriots (NFL) and Revolution (MLB)
Local Colleges: Boston College Boston University Harvard and MIT

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Towns/Cities near brockton, massachusetts : Abington Holbrook Randolph Sharon Bridgewater Hanson Foxborough Mansfield Center

Brockton News
Brockton man sentenced to life in prison for fatal shooting at house party

A Brockton man was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday for the fatal shooting of a man at a house party in 2015, the Plymouth district attorney's office said. Luis Fonseca, 28, was convicted of second degree murder, and one count each of armed assault with intent to murder and possession of a firearm without a license, prosecutors said in a statement.

Town Moderator Denies Any Wrongdoing In Pot Zoning Vote

Town Moderator Garry Blank should have recused himself from leading a Town Meeting in which he had a financial stake, according to complaints reportedly pending before the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission. Mr. Blank, who has served as town moderator for 27 years, presided over a Town Meeting on May 5, 2015.

Massachusetts firefighter Matt Parziale wins US Mid-Amateur

Matt Parziale won the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship on Friday, routing Josh Nichols 8 and 6 in the 36-hole final to earn spots next year in the U.S. Open and Masters The 30-year-old Parziale, a firefighter from Brockton, Massachusetts, had 10 birdies - eight during the morning 18 - over 30 holes at Capital City Golf Club's Crabapple Course. Last week, the USGA announced that the U.S. Mid-Amateur winner would earn a spot in the U.S. Open, set for June 14-17 at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, New York.

Arson suspect held on $250K bail; officials say ex-Middleboro man is...

BROCKTON - A Fall River man previously convicted of setting several fires has now been charged with burning a commercial building and is a person of interest in at least 10 other suspicious blazes. Mark Sargent, 49, of 173 Mason St., who is charged with burning a building and malicious destruction of property over $250, was ordered held on $250,000 bail.

School district punishes teachers for discussing anti-Semitism with students after swastika vandalism

Shortly after Donald Trump won the presidency last November, a student at Stoughton High School in Massachusetts used tape to create a swastika on his school's walls. When another student confronted the person who drew the hateful symbol, the instigator responded that he'd burn the swastika "the way they burned the Jews."

Wellesley Police log: Dogs in a biting mood; bank robbery at BoA; parking spot dispute

On September 26, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. Officer Keenan was on patrol on Washington Street when he observed an Acura sedan travel east past his location, he conducted a random query of the vehicle's registration which showed that the registered owner's license was suspended. stated he did not have his driver's license with him but provided his name and date of birth to Officer Keenan.

Brookline wants to seize college's land, and Pine Manor is ready to fight

At a men's soccer game last month, a player from Elms College hurled a racial slur at a competitor from Pine Manor College. Pine Manor students heard it from the stands, confronted the player, and asked him to apologize.

Two-alarm fire rips through home under renovation in Brockton

An multi-family home undergoing renovation in Brockton collapsed early Wednesday morning after a two-alarm fire "fully engulfed" and destroyed the building, Brockton officials said. The fire was called in around 2:35 a.m. Wednesday, and broke out at a residence at 1210 Montello St. The two-and-a-half story home, which is on the corner of Riverside Avenue and across the street from George E. Keith Park, was unoccupied and being renovated at the time of the fire, Brockton Deputy Fire Chief Joseph Marchetti said.

Brockton crash kills Whitman police officer's mother

A Pembroke woman is due to be arraigned Wednesday on a charge of vehicular homicide in connection with a three-vehicle crash that killed the mother of a Whitman reserve police officer, authorities said. Danielle Mastro, 33, was arrested Tuesday night, hours after the Plymouth district attorney's office said the Audi 6 she was driving rear-ended a Chevy Equinox, causing the SUV to veer into the path of a 12-wheel heavy dump truck on Quincy Street in Brockton.

State Police Bust Man With Fully Loaded Gun During I-84 Traffic Stop

A man from Massachusetts was busted with an illegal and fully loaded handgun when stopped in a speeding car on I-84 in Danbury on Sunday, state police said. Pierre Clemat, 27, of Brockton, Mass., was a passenger in a vehicle traveling 79 mph in a section of I-84 east near Exit 5 in Danbury marked at 55 mph at 1 p.m. Sunday, state police said.

'Dance, monkey!' Massachusetts official slammed for...

A parks commissioner in the city of Brockton, Massachusetts this week called out Patriots players who knelt during the national anthem on Sunday, and described them as monkeys whose only job is to dance for his entertainment. The Brockton Enterprise reports that Brockton Parks and Recreation Commission member Stephen Pina this week left a comment on a Facebook story about kneeling Patriots players in which he referred to them as "turds" for taking a knee during the national anthem.

BookLovers: Shallow Graves' is a masterfully told true crime story

I want you to picture a Dennis Lehane novel - think "Gone Baby Gone" or "Mystic River," but set in New Bedford. Picture this as a true crime story.

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