North Attleboro Housing Authority director who rose from part-time receptionist set to retire
Carol Lyons is retiring after many years as executive director of the North Attleboro Housing Authority. Carol Lyons is retiring after many years as Executive Director of the NA Housing Authority.
Student suspensions vary widely from district to district
The suspension of students varies widely from district to district in Massachusetts - with charter schools meting out some of the harshest punishment - an imbalance raising concern in some quarters.
100-year-old tree branch falls, damages historic North Attleboro school building?s roof
NORTH ATTLEBORO ? Part of a tree planted by Holmes School students more than 100 years ago crashed down on the historic building last week, causing major damage to the roof.
Distron Corporation Adds Fourth Automated SMT
Leading provider of electronic contract manufacturing expands assembly line capabilities to fuel growth into 2015. (PRWeb November 07, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12303190.htm
Attleboro OKs funding for repair of Hoppin Hill Dam in North Attleboro
ATTLEBORO - Money to fix a dam that could endanger lives, damage homes and wash out part of Route 1 if it breaks was approved this week by the city council.
Former North Attleboro man has a paranormal passion
Ghosts may be scary to most people, but they?re an object of curiosity to Cody DesBiens, above, a member of RISEUP Paranormal. His fascination with the paranomal has become an abiding passion.(Staff photo by Martin Gavin)ÿ
SOCCER: Balance helps Foxboro girls sweat one out
Plymouth North's Brianna Malaguti (3) is closed off by Foxboro's Hailey Maling along the goal-line. (Staff photo by MARK STOCKWELL)
Old Colony Habitat for Humanity launches 'A Brush with Kindness' in North Attleboro
Back in May, Old Colony Habitat for Humanity held a ceremony in Seekonk to turn over a home built in that town to homeowner Kathy Coyle, left. On hand to speak at the ceremony was Sally Hamilton of Habitat for Humanity's Family Partnership.
Howard N. Gardner, Jr.
Howard N. Gardner, Jr.
Yale Hold Off Brown, 45-42, In Shootout At Brown Stadium
Senior Tyler Varga ran for 204 yards and two touchdowns to lead Yale to a 45-42 win over Brown in a shootout at Brown Stadium. The two teams combined for 1,046 yards of total offense with the Bears having a 526-520 edge. The loss drops the Bears to 4-4 overall and 2-3 in the Ivy League, while Yale improves to 7-1 overall, 4-1 in Ivy play.