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Morning Jolt: 513 Pakistani parents arrested for not getting kids vaccinated
Police in Pakistan this week have arrested 513 parents who refused to have their kids vaccinated against polio. The polio vaccine has nearly eliminated the disease in most of the world, but it continues to be a problem in Pakistan. Last year Pakistan had 327 cases of polio, according to CNN, while the second most cases were 36, in Nigeria. Police said the parents will be let go if they sign a form agreeing to have their kids get the polio vaccine.
Keating: Fishery disaster relief coming soon
BOSTON – Federal disaster relief funds totaling $8.3 million for the Massachusetts groundfishing industry could start flowing this month. "We’re hoping the end of the month, the end of March, that things can get done," U.S. Rep. William Keating, D-Bourne, told the News Service on Monday. Keating’s Congressional district includes much of the South Shore, plus New Bedford and Cape Cod. Keating made the comments after a panel at the UMass Club [...]
PLYMOUTH COUNTY: Union says it offered major cuts to avoid lay offs
Though it has publicly declared their willingness to consider any and all proposals that would help them avoid the layoff of 19 county employees, the union that represents four of those workers says the County Commissioners have rejected its offer out of hand.
BY THE BOOKS: March 4-10
For information on any Plymouth library program or service listed (unless otherwise noted), call the main library, 132 South St., at 508-830-4250, TTY 508-747-5882, or the Manomet branch, 12 Strand Ave., at 508-830-4185, or go to the website www.plymouthpubliclibrary.org. Registration, when required, may be conducted by phone.
BRIEFLY: March 4-6
Read a wide variety of "news you can use" from Plymouth and the surrounding communities.
'Talk of the Towne'
March 4: Host Andrew Botieri and guests Michelle Pecoraro, executive director of Plymouth 400, and Susan O'Neil of the Arc of Greater Plymouth
Local journalists honored for excellence
Saturday was NENPA night in Boston, celebrating the outstanding journalism of reporters, editors and photographers in some of New England’s best newspapers.
Today in the News: DOJ report reveals biased policing in Ferguson
A report released by the Department of Justice today says that officers working for the police department in Ferguson, Missouri — the city where teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed by an officer last year — routinely engaged in racially biased law enforcement.
BUSINESS NOTES: March 4-10
Learn about programs, classes, events, achievements and services of particular interest to the business community.
TO YOUR HEALTH: March 4-10
Support groups and health information for the Plymouth area.