Local Headlines: November 4, 2019
Cities and Towns Across the State Will Head To The Polls on Tuesday.
Fifty-eight communities in Massachusetts will open their polls this Tuesday, November 5 as residents vote for school committee seats, mayoral elections and city council races. [Boston 25 News]
The Faneuil Hall Tree Expected To Arrive On Monday.
The 65-foot Norwegian Spruce will officially be unveiled at Faneuil Hall's annual Holiday Spectacular on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m.[CBS Local]
Two Diocese Priests of Fall River Placed on Leave Due to Alleged Misconduct.
Easton Pastor Richard E. Degagne and Father Daniel W. Lacroix of New Bedford have both been placed on leave for alleged misconduct that took place decades ago. [NECN]
Patriots Mohamed Sanu honored the late John Witherspoon With Customized Cleats.
New England Patriots wide receiver Mohamed Sanu paid tribute to actor John Witherspoon during Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. Witherspoon passed away over the weekend at the age of 77. He was best known for his roles in Friday and Black Jesus. [Boston]
Veteran’s Headstones Among Others Knocked Over In Uxbridge.
Uxbridge Police are looking into the vandalism of several headstones, including those of veterans, at a local cemetery in Uxbridge. The vandalism was discovered on Sunday. [WCVB]
E. coli Found in Water Sample in Reading.
A temporary boil water order was put in place over the weekend after a water sample from the town of Reading tested positive for E.coli late last week. [WHDH]
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