Water Companies in East Bridgewater, MA
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Aquarion Water Co
(781) 982-7555 more info
Bridgewater Water Department
(508) 697-0910 more info
Brockton Water Department
(508) 580-7143 more info
Halifax Water Department Office
(781) 293-1733 more info
Hanson Water Department
(781) 447-1200 more info
North Rynham Water District
(508) 824-0520 more info
Pembroke Water Department
(781) 293-3874 more info
Rockland Water Department
(781) 878-0901 more info
Water Department
(508) 378-1619 more info
West Bridgewater Water Department
(508) 894-1271 more info

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Facts about East Bridgewater, MA:
East Bridgewater is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 13,794 at the 2010 census. The lands that would become East Bridgewater were first settled by Europeans in 1630 as an outgrowth of the Plymouth and Duxbury plantations. It was a part of Olde Bridgewater, as the "East Parish" founded in 1723, until it officially separated from Bridgewater and incorporated on June 14, 1823. The town was located on the northern portion of the Taunton River, and had an economy primarily based on agriculture, though industrial development followed. Iron works in the town provided muskets and cannon for the Colonial armies during the American Revolution. There was more residential development in the late 19th century and early 20th century along the community's rail and trolley lines. The famous bank robber Jack Turner had a brother who owned a home in East Bridgewater during the mid-19th century. It is widely believed that Turner had left his fortune there...

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