5 Best Brockton Area Stories From Last Week
In case you missed it, here are five stories from the past week in the Brockton area that resonated with our readers.
24 dogs removed from Randolph house in a state of “misery”
Urie Louissaint, 26, of Randolph, faces 24 animal cruelty charges after 24 dogs were removed from a basement in what authorities have called a ‘backyard ranchers’ business . The pit bull-like dogs had no access to food or water and the basement was very hot, Randolph Police Sgt. said Robert LeGrice. The floors of the house were covered with animal waste, as was the basement, leaving the house in a state of “misery,” said Lt. Alan Borgal of the Boston Animal Rescue League. A puppy has a broken paw and is being groomed.
Neighbors push back treatment center plan in closed Brockton nursing home
Had it not been for a significant setback from residents, the former site of the Braemoor nursing home would have now been a luxury apartment complex. Now, having already obtained pre-approvals for development, Boston Medical Center’s plans to renovate the Braemoor nursing home into a medical facility are being pushed back again. Boston Medical Center plans to build an 82-bed inpatient treatment center in the former Braemoor Nursing Home on Pearl Street by next July.
Cape Verdean party planner begins to grow Brockton’s business from YouTube
Hyndra Tavares, 21, learned how to create balloon arches from a YouTube video to help at a friend’s party and turned her knowledge into a Hyns Touch event planning business, which is reserved for everyone. week ends. The 21-year-old entrepreneur was born in Cape Verde and came to America at the age of 6 months and graduated from 2018 Brockton High School. Tavares’ American dream is to be her own boss and work for herself, she said.
Halifax father and daughter die after motorcycle crash in Hanson
A father and daughter died in an accident after their motorcycle hit a pole, the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office said. Officers responded to the single-vehicle crash at around 9:30 p.m. on July 13 near 612 Monponsett St. and Hill Road and found a victim lying on the roadway, the prosecutor’s office said in a statement. James Ripley, 58, of Halifax, was taken to Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital where he died and his daughter, Jenna Ripley, 19, of Halifax, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
“Actions Likely Prevented Tragedy”: Dispatcher Avon Helps Save Baby From Choking
A police dispatcher who over the phone helped a mother save her baby from suffocation has been recognized for his work and was able to meet the family. Dispatcher Alison Ning was recognized at a board meeting for her work in response to a call from a child in distress in July. Chief of Police Jeffrey Bukunt presented him with a commendation. “Dispatcher Ning has shown calm and consistent determination, aptitude and skill during this very stressful call, and his actions likely averted a tragedy,” Bukunt said in a statement.
“Actions have probably avoided a tragedy”:Avon dispatcher helps save baby from choking
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