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|Attleboro native wins prestigious book award - Attleboro Sun Chronicle|
|Attleboro native wins prestigious book awardAttleboro Sun ChronicleAttleboro native Susan Fleet, author of the Frank Renzi mystery novels, has collected top honors in this year's Feathered Quill Book Awards. Fleet, who has written several fiction and non-fiction works, was awarded a gold medal for best mystery for her ...and more »
|Catch spring fever in Attleboro - Attleboro Sun Chronicle|
|Catch spring fever in AttleboroAttleboro Sun ChronicleKrystal Brown of the Attleboro Public Library tells stories about spring at last year's flower show at the Attleboro Arts Museum. This year's 18th annual show will take place from March 20 to 23, with a preview on the evening of March 19. (Staff file ...and more »
|Attleboro Republican Bert Buckley launches campaign for state rep - Attleboro Sun Chronicle|
|Attleboro Republican Bert Buckley launches campaign for state repAttleboro Sun ChronicleATTLEBORO - Republican Bert Buckley formally launched his campaign for state representative Sunday with the help of several local officials. Buckley, the co-owner of the Clam Shack takeout restaurant on Pleasant Street in Attleboro, is running in a ...
|Rep. Heroux blames politics for Attleboro City Council barbs - Attleboro Sun Chronicle|
|Rep. Heroux blames politics for Attleboro City Council barbsAttleboro Sun ChronicleATTLEBORO - State Rep. Paul Heroux, stung last week by an unexpected flurry of barbs from city councilors about unfunded mandates passed down by the state and federal governments, claims election year politics are to blame. But, he said he's working on ...
|Fatal car crash in Attleboro
Fatal car crash in Attleboro
|Family and friends remember Attleboro teen killed in crash
Family and friends remember Attleboro teen killed in crash
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|North Attleboro memorial held for fallen Marine
Hundreds of people came together in North Attleboro Thursday night to remember fallen Marine Captain Kyle Van De Giesen.
|Armed Robbery in North Attleboro
Armed Robbery in North Attleboro