Let’s look back at last week as we get ready to start a new week. These are the most popular stories of the week. heraldnews.com:
Lizzie Borden letter delivered 126 years later — to the Fall River Historical Society
Lizzie Borden’s 1896 letter has finally reached its destination, three blocks from her home.
According to Fall River Historical Society Curator Michael Martins, the museum has acquired a rare letter written by Borden that was recently up for sale by RR Auction of Boston. The letter, which was on sale until Oct. 12, sold for $6,970.
Westport’s Bootleg Barbecue goes from food trailer into restaurant
Fred Melnyk is a local barbecue chef who has enjoyed delicious barbecue at fairs over the years.
Soon, you won’t have to wait and wonder where Bootleg BBQ will pop up next.
He is preparing to open his first brick and mortar shop, but the Westport resident will be able to enjoy his Southern cuisine for a longer time as he does so.
The beginning of a new chapterWestport’s Bootleg Barbecue goes from food trailer into restaurant
Acushnet couple wishes to introduce Portugal to you, one bottle at a.
Chris and Nelly Saraiva are aiming for the stars ‘re-introducing you to Portugal.’
More than a motto for their new startup Brands of Portugal, they say the catch phrase is a testament to their desire to share with others their love for Portugal and the rich culture and history of their antecessors’ homeland.
The wine and spirit import company they own was founded over a decade ago to introduce or familiarize their clients with wineries, distilleries and wineries in Portugal.
The old country, a tasteAcushnet couple wishes to introduce Portugal to you, one bottle at a.
Fall River police officer and Somerset School Committee ex-chair are being charged with domestic offences
Court records show that Crook, 48-year-old Crook from Somerset, was to face trial for assaulting a relative and threat of committing a crime on October 17. However, the charges were dropped. “a lack of prosecution.”
Tiverton to build five commercial buildings
Industrial Way, Tiverton might become more industrial.
NorthPoint Development is an American property operator that has purchased 275 acres from 4 sellers on Progress Way and Industrial Road.
Tiverton’s Planning Board is currently reviewing a concept plan from Kansas City-based company. Five new commercial buildings will be built on more than 1.7million sq. feet.
They can build it.:Tiverton will build five commercial buildings on 1.7million square feet.
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