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No need to get the shovel out yet but some snow is in the cards for Thursday night into Friday, meteorologists say. [Read More]
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If you are planning to use the navigation system on your phone or in your car to find the best route to bargains on Black... [Read More]
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Residents at a special town meeting Tuesday are being asked to pay a few million dollars for building and equipment items. [Read More]
A Pawtucket man was arrested late Thursday night on drunken driving and other charges. [Read More]
Fall River Catholic women meeting... [Read More]
Christmas comes... [Read More]
THURSDAY... [Read More]
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Town Administrator Jack Hathaway is leaving after about 15 years on the job. [Read More]
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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended hostilities during World War I, and many of this weekend's Veterans Day activities in... [Read More]
A tow truck driver who was stabbed in a Boston suburb Wednesday after reportedly hitting and killing a 68-year-old Belmont woman is from Norton where... [Read More]
A man was stabbed Thursday afternoon in an apparent road rage incident, police say. A suspect was later arrested at his Attleboro home. [Read More]
The cooler days and nights of late are welcomed by many area residents who struggled through a hot and humid summer that is leaving Saturday... [Read More]
A town resident is one of three state police officers in the latest round of troopers caught up in an overtime abuse scandal that has... [Read More]
Three people escaped serious injury - including one who was ejected - early Thursday morning when their vehicle crashed down a gully and landed on... [Read More]
For centuries, farmers and others have relied on the famous yellow periodical for tips on planting and cooking, folklore, humor, and weather forecasts. [Read More]
The remnants of Hurricane Florence are expected to sweep through the Attleboro area Tuesday, with heavy rain the main impact. [Read More]
Gasoline prices in Massachusetts continue to hold steady despite Hurricane Florence but other potential hurricanes could easily rock the boat. [Read More]
Fall must be inching closer as the annual Crackerbarrel Fair and Agricultural Exhibition is kicking off Friday night. [Read More]
Residents of a Norton Grove neighborhood overlooking Norton Reservoir say they just can't take it anymore. [Read More]
Proposed new zoning regulations for the center of town are just about ready for residents to take action on. [Read More]
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