Every day, The Taunton Daily Gazette will be bringing you the top news you need to start your day. Here are 5 stories you may have missed from the week of March 11-17:
SAFETY CONCERNS OVER UNSHOVELED SIDEWALKS
An email with a photo of a man in a wheelchair struggling on an icy patch of street next to an unshoveled sidewalk last week got the attention of the City Council.
He may only be 4 years old, but for one Dighton preschooler, reading has already become an integral part of his daily routine.
B-P STUDENT BLOSSOMS
There’s no such thing as a stupid question. That being said, there are plenty of questions that one might consider ridiculous — just ask Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School senior Henry Perry, who wrote a play, “Dear Drew,” about the very subject.
Massachusetts’ highest court on Wednesday reinstated the late Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction, which was erased after the former NFL star killed himself in prison.
SEX TRAFFICKING ACROSS MASS.
Sexual acts for money — similar to what Patriots owner Robert Kraft has pleaded not guilty — happen frequently across Massachusetts, fueled by widespread human trafficking.