The directors at Maplewood would not accommodate for my son’s disabilities so he could not continue to work there over the summer.
EASTON, MASS. (WHDH) – Police are investigating after a baby was found unattended in a shopping cart outside a Target in Easton on Saturday.
Officers responding to a report of a found baby outside the Robert Drive shopping center around 1 p.m. found an 18-month-old boy who had been left in a shopping cart, according to Easton police.
The child, which appeared unharmed, was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital to be evaluated.
Witnesses told police the baby boy had been accompanied by two adult females and two adult males and a review of surveillance video showed the adults leaving in a Toyota SUV with Maine license plates.
About an hour later, police say a man called police to report that he accidentally left the baby behind.
The incident is under investigation.
Join us for an adult celebration at our very own haunted and apparitional Queset House!
7:00pm – 11:00pm
Event Date(s) – October 26, 2018
- DJ and delirious dancing!
- Feast on disturbing appetizers
- Win a prize for best costume
- Enter for a chance for a psychic reading
- Mingle with mysterious guests
- Encounter Queset Ghosts during a harrowing haunted experience!
Cash bar featuring Shovel Town Brewery, seasonal wines, and poisonous potions!
This is a 21+ event. Tickets can be purchased at the Library Circulation desk for $35 per person, or online in our Square store for $36.50 per person, which includes a small processing fee.
Source: Boos and Brews
105 wins! Wow!!
Market Basket, Shaws if I’m in a pinch.
I’m not crazy about the pizza around here and think that bar pizza is just so so. My favorite is the original Regina on Thatcher St. in Boston and the homemade square pizza they sell in the North End bakeries. Umberto’s is a favorite too.