Attleboro runner Lindsey Courchesne was on track for her best time ever at the Boston Marathon, when a crowd of runners forced her to stop after 25.74 miles.
Plans to hire more faculty at Bristol Community College and give out more scholarships hang in the balance as a funding dispute has arisen on Beacon Hill.
ATTLEBORO - For most high school seniors, graduation represents a time of moving on from childhood to adult concerns, including jobs and college.
REHOBOTH - Three finalists have been named in the search for a new superintendent in the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District.
ATTLEBORO — The LaSalette Shrine’s annual Memorial Day Carnival and Spring Fair will return for the holiday weekend, starting Wednesday, May 22 and concluding on the holiday, Monday, May 27.
FALL RIVER - A longtime educator currently serving as principal at a parish elementary school in Fall River has been named to a key administrative position for Catholic schools in the Fall River Dioce
ATTLEBORO - LaSalette Shrine has been presenting a series of Marian Lectures as part of its Year of Faith talks.
FALL RIVER - Fifty-nine youths from parishes throughout the Fall River Diocese will receive the Pope St. Pius X Youth Award from Bishop George W. Coleman in the context of a 7 p.m. prayer service on T
DES MOINES, Iowa — Powerball officials say the jackpot has climbed to an estimated $600 million, making it the largest prize in the game’s history and the world’s second largest lottery prize.
REHOBOTH — A local man was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with a second offense of drunken driving.
ATTLEBORO - Thursday was a good day to dream big on Route 1, a commercial strip where small businesses and their customers still struggle to make ends meet in a moribund economy.
NORTH ATTLEBORO — A local woman is one of four people at a Brockton physical therapy company charged in federal court in Boston with defrauding insurance companies out of more than $400,000.
SEEKONK - Triplets Matthew, Timothy and Brian Salit have seen first-hand how dangerous texting while driving can be.
FOXBORO - Superintendent Debra Spinelli says the school department will put a security camera policy in place before activating a $112,000 upgraded system linking all five schools by video to the poli
WRENTHAM - There are three finalists for interim superintendent of the local elementary school system, and they are all familiar faces in the Attleboro area.
BOSTON - An Attleboro man and other Massport employees arrested in connection with an alleged bribery scam at Logan International Airport in Boston have been indicted by a Suffolk County Grand Jury, a
NORTON - More than 350 students will make the transition from Wheaton College senior to Wheaton graduate at the college's 178th Commencement Saturday.
NORTH ATTLEBORO - The town's second ambulance could be hitting the road more often through a plan to use overtime to ensure the fire department has enough staff on duty to run the vehicle.
ATTLEBORO - Many city residents have played tennis at Finberg Field, watched a softball game at Ousley Field or shot hoops or played lacrosse at Horton Field. But who were the civic titans who gave th
NORTH ATTLEBORO — A suspect who police say confessed to breaking into a North Attleboro pizza shop has a criminal record of similar offenses and once served prison time for unarmed robbery.