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Where Will They Be?

By: Heather Desmond O’Neill

As part of my job, I’m constantly asking teenagers what their vision is for their future.  It’s a bit overwhelming to be 14 years old, sitting at a table full of adults – some you know, some you don’t – and have to answer a question about what you want to do for the rest of your life. 431 more words

Brockton Hospital

Fan Mail Loves the Dundas West Fest

Saturday June 7th, 2014, we’ll be at the Dundas West Fest  and teaming up again with Shirley Street Public School!

If not in the St. 41 more words

Fan Mail

Karelia Kitchen

I’ve often walked past Karelia Kitchen. I had peeked in once or twice, unimpressed by what I could see from the street. I was feeling antsy on Sunday morning, and seeing that my brunch-aficionado friend was looking for a brunch companion we decided to go for a meal. 480 more words


Man found stabbed to death on porch

By Enterprise staff

Marc Vasconellos/The Enterprise

BROCKTON, Mass. — An unidentified man was found stabbed to death early Friday morning, April 11, on the porch of 56 Green St., Brockton, said Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. 100 more words


Nationally Renowned Mediator to Address Emmanuel College Graduates at their 2014 Commencement Ceremony

Kenneth Feinberg, a Brockton native who has fulfilled lead mediation roles in the relief work following multiple national tragedies, will deliver the 2014 Emmanuel College Commencement address. 226 more words

Mass.-Based Jobs For The Future Gets $4.9M Federal Grant

BOSTON (CBS) — Boston-based Jobs for the Future is the only national program to win an educational grant from President Obama’s’ Youth Career Connect funds. 233 more words