Brockton – Brockton High School graduate Kiana Cardoso imagined becoming a millionaire, so she decided to start that journey and become a business owner. “Anyone can be a millionaire,” Cardoso says. Learn how I did it here.
Summer parties were in full swing with John Cafferty and Beaver Brown’s band starring at East Bridgewater, and Dale and the Dodds performing at West Bridgewater.
A Bridgewater store owner hopes to win CBS’ “Big Brother.” Here’s how he plans to do it.
The Nelson Auditorium of Brockton High School is the center of many local television events, from concerts to public meetings. Now there are plans to turn the hall into a “state of the art production facility”.
Did you know that Bridgewater, Hull and Braintree have players selected for the 2022 NHL Draft?
In case you missed it, here are five stories from last week around the Brockton area that resonated with our readers.
Brockton icon JJ’s Caffe is back – with a revised menu
The classic breakfast spot that Brockton is known for and loved for its iconic hash browns and Crème brulée—is serving a fresh menu of rice bowls, quinoa, salads, and sides with a twist. The award-winning JJ’s Caffe has opened after being closed for two years due to the pandemic. Owner Justino “JJ” Fernandez has retired, and his sons Nicholas and Nelson Fernandez have taken charge and renovated the restaurant with a new business model.
JJ’s Ca:Brockton icon JJ’s Caffe is back – with a revised menu
Food photos:JJ’s Caffe is reinventing itself with a brand new menu
Brockton teens were charged in February with shooting Fabio Andrade Monteiro
The District Attorney’s Office said two of the Brockton teens accused in the February fatal shooting of 22-year-old Fabio Andrade Monteiro were indicted by a Plymouth County grand jury on July 1. Tashawn Brown, 17, and Jeremy DePina, 15, are charged with one count of murder, according to a statement from the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office, Timothy Cruz.
Teens in Brockton claim fatal shooting:Brockton teens were charged in February with shooting Fabio Andrade Monteiro
accusation:The prosecutor said the green laser cannon scene links 17-year-old Brockton to the murder
‘Jusitce for Fabi’: 17-year-old called in the fatal Brockton shooting
17 years arrested17-year-old arrested for murder in Brockton fatal shooting of 22-year-old
15 years arrestedA second teen, aged 15, is charged with murder in the Brockton shooting
killing:A man was shot dead on Ash Street in Brockton, the city’s second murder in less than a week
Pictures from a murder scene:A man was killed in a shooting on Ash Street in Brockton
The “Big Brother” contestant owns the Bridgewater Art Store. Here’s how he plans to win
The new “HouseGuest” on season 24 of CBS’ “Big Brother” has a relationship with Bridewater. Matt Turner, 23, moved home on Wednesday. Born in North Attleboro, Turner resides in the New Bedford area with his girlfriend Megan Belmott. The two own an art store called “The Rug Shack” in Bridgewater. Turner said his plan is to go home as a rival monster.
The Bridgewater Shop Owner “Big Brother” rider:The “Big Brother” contestant owns the Bridgewater Art Store. Here’s how he plans to win.
“Anyone can become a millionaire,” says Brockton High grad school with three companies.
Like many people, Chiana Cardoso envisioned becoming a millionaire every day, and then one night, she decided to start that journey and become a business owner. “I remember being eight months pregnant, laying down with my friend talking about how we were going to get rich. He suggested I brainstorm seven companies and write them down because most millionaires have multiple sources of income. After writing it down on paper, he told me to start two companies now,” Cardoso said. .
Anyone can be a millionaire:“Anyone can become a millionaire,” says Brockton High grad school with three companies.
Players selected for Bridgewater, Hull and Braintree in the 2022 NHL Draft
Just because Massachusetts didn’t have any names called up in the first round of the NHL draft, that doesn’t mean the locals didn’t put their stamp on the remaining six rounds. Nine Massachusetts-born players were selected, three of whom were of South Shore ancestry. Bridgewater’s Cameron Lund, an 18-year-old Northeast bound, didn’t have to wait long in the second round to hear his name. Lund drafted: Round 2, pick 2 (#34 overall) for the San Jose Sharks.
The Bridgewater player was selected for the NHL Draft:Local Flavor: Players selected for Bridgewater, Hull and Braintree in the 2022 NHL Draft
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