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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
Man arrested on arson charges in Brockton; 2 people hurt

A man was arrested for allegedly pouring gasoline on a house in Brockton and lighting it on fire, according to a Brockton fire official. Brockton Fire Captain Edward Williams said firefighters responded at 2:25 a.m. Tuesday for a report of a house fire at 9 Highland St., and a witness reported that someone started it intentionally.

Voodoo adherents worry about backlash after recent crimes

The state's district attorneys told the CCC the draft regulations "go far beyond the scope of the law and the Commission's authority." Rachel Hilaire and Peggy LaBossiere appear at Brockton District Court on on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2018 in Bridgewater, Mass.

Two face trafficking charges in drug bust

Two men arrested this weekend in Whitman will be arraigned today in Brockton District Court on drug trafficking charges, cops said. Jon Vanrader Jr., 27, of Brockton and Reginald Sadm, 25, of New Bedford were arrested late Saturday night in Whitman, cops said.

Brockton man dead after crash into tree

A 25-year-old Brockton man is dead after he crashed a car into a tree yesterday morning, authorities said. Firefighters were called to the scene of East Ashland Street in Brockton at 4 a.m. yesterday to respond to a rollover crash, Brockton Deputy Chief Charles Davis said.

Loophole could allow private hangouts anywhere

A private, members-only pot club similar to the one that recently opened in Worcester could soon be coming to a town near you. The Summit Lounge, which opened its doors Friday, will allow its paying members to smoke their own marijuana on the premises - a permitted and completely legal activity that, so far, doesn't require any official stamp of approval beyond a run-of-the-mill business permit and smoking permit.

Could anyone have helped save the lives of two young Brockton boys?

Edson Brito and his daughter Tamia embrace following a vigil in memory of his two sons, 8-year-old Edson Brito and 5-year-old Lason Brito, in Brockton on Thursday. What if her two boys were our grandchildren, or our nephews, our own children's best friends? Today we'd be grieving, of course, and a lot of us are.

Behind grisly Brockton murder, 2 young, smiling 'angelitos'

That's what Principal Márcia Andrade-Serpa said she plans to remember about Brito, her Angelo Elementary School second grader who was loved and adored by his teachers. Because when the unthinkable happens - like the near-inconceivable deaths of the 8-year-old Brito and his younger brother, Lason - she said she's learned to focus on the good.

Friend of slain brothers grieves through helping others by baking Source: Cox Media Group

BROCKTON, Mass. - Classmates of two Brockton brothers killed this past weekend are finding a way to grieve through helping others .

Voodoo Misunderstood: Neite Decimus, above, says violent acts are not a part of voodoo practice.

Two macabre attacks on children blamed on alleged voodoo rituals have practitioners and scholars warning the spirituality in no way gives rise to ceremonies that harm or maim people - let alone killing - as part of its practice. "In voodoo, we can't think negative of people," said Neite Decimus, a voodoo priest and anthropologist in Brockton, where a mother is charged in the double murder of two of her sons in what she claimed to have been a voodoo ritual.

Brockton mom tells police she killed her sons in Voodoo ritual

She stabbed her two sons to death in an apparent voodoo ritual, wrapped them in sheets, placed them in their beds, then mopped up the blood - but she didn't call for help until possibly two days later, prosecutors said. About a dozen family members attended the arraignment, including Sanders' two adult children, Shalea Sanders and Kadeem Sanders-Alfred.

Cops: Woman says Voodoo ritual led her to kill sons, 5 and 8

Latarsha Sander, 43, is arraigned in Brockton, Mass., District Court on two counts of murder, on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018. A prosecutor says the Massachusetts woman who stabbed her two young children to death did so as part of a "ritual."

Mother was following ritual when she stabbed 2 sons to death, DA says Source: Cox Media Group

BROCKTON, Mass. - Officials with the Plymouth County District Attorney's Office say a Brockton, Massachusetts, mother was following a ritual when she stabbed her two sons to death Monday.

Woman accused of stabbing her sons, aged 5 and 8, to death

Brockton, Massachusetts - Police say a Massachusetts woman stabbed her two young children to death and then asked a neighbour to call 911, in what prosecutors call a "heartbreaking crime." Authorities discovered the children's bodies Monday in a Brockton apartment.

Heslam: Neighborhood left reeling after stabbing of brothers

Inside the top floor of the Brockton triple-decker was an "unimaginable ... horrifying" scene - a crime that sent shock waves through the neighborhood. Two brothers, ages 5 and 8, were found brutally stabbed to death just after noon yesterday - murdered by a mother who left their bodies there for up to two days, authorities said.

Two children found stabbed to death in Brockton

Brockton city councilors were notified of the double homicide in a robocall from Mayor Carpenter's office, said Winthrop Farwell Jr., a former Brockton mayor who is now an at-large councilor. Farwell said that in the robocall, councilors were told the two children were "stabbed to death,'' he said in a telephone interview Monday afternoon.

Sylvia Camandona joins the race in Honorary Mayor of Middleborough Contest

MIDDLEBORO - Sylvia Camandona, candidate for Honorary Mayor of Middleborough 2018, has chosen Mertie E. Romaine as her running mate for Deputy Mayor. The late Mertie Romaine was head librarian at the Middleborough Public Library for more than 40 years.

Freezing roadways a concern during morning commute

A mix of rain, snow and dropping temperatures has spawned late starts in some schools, led to the dispatch of some 1,300 snowplows statewide and drawn warnings from the National Weather Service that a flash freeze may arrive during the Friday morning commute. The heaviest precipitation in the form of snow fell across central Massachusetts in the pre-dawn hours, but then shifted east into the southeast corner of the state, forecasters wrote on social media.

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Shrewsbury police log, Feb. 2 edition

5:39 p.m. Arrested, Ramon Antonio Cruz, 33, of 21 Kendal St., Apt. 2, Worcester, for possession Class B substance, poss Class B w/intent to distribute.

School choice has a big impact on budgets statewide, locally

Each year, millions of dollars in state funding flows from school system to school system, following students whose parents send them to a neighboring community. In Massachusetts, a 1991 initiative known as inter-district school choice gives parents the option of enrolling their children in a public school district in a community other than their hometown.

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