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Located immediately north of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, it was once known as "The Jewelry Capital of the World" for its many jewelry manufacturers. L.G. Balfour Riverwalk, which was once the site of the L.G. Balfour jewelry plant, is adjacent to the downtown business district. The Ten Mile River, a tributary to the Blackstone River, runs through the center of Attleboro, and is fed by several brooks and the Bungay River.

Population: 42833
Local Newspapers: The Sun Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Bristol Community College

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Towns/Cities near attleboro, massachusetts : Chartley Norton Mansfield

Attleboro News
Family seeks to preserve evidence in Aaron Hernandez's suicide

NEW BEDFORD - Attorneys for Aaron Hernandez's family will be in Superior Court on Friday, seeking an order barring state prison officials from discarding or destroying evidence relevant to the former football star's suicide. The complaint, filed Wednesday by Shayanna Jenkins Hernandez on behalf of her and Aaron Hernandez's daughter, asks a Superior Court judge to issue a preliminary injunction and restraining order, preventing state prison officials from destroying records in his suicide.

Kids prefer the TV for their viewing, but love other devices

In this Jan. 6, 1953, file photo, four children watch a television in Baltimore, Md. Ever since freckle-faced puppet Howdy Doody ushered in children's television nearly 70 years ago, each new generation of viewers has been treated to a growing bounty of programs on a mushrooming selection of gadgetry.

Kids prefer the TV for their viewing, but love other devices

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Making it happen: Man turns his party cart into party store

The most recent chapter of his balloon and party supply business began last November on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when retail holiday shopping shifts into high gear.  Michael-Savage that day opened New England Party Supplies, a retail store located on the second level of Taunton's Silver City Galleria mall.  Inventory runs the gamut from bakery supplies and costumes to greeting cards and bar supplies.

Jack Spillane: South Coast Rail, new Fairhaven Bridge inch along at the State House

About 50 or so folks traveled over to UMass Law to tell the state what they thought of its plans to divide the multi-billion project into two phases: first, the long and winding, but more quickly built, Middleboro route. Then the more direct and expensive Stoughton route that would probably be tied up in court for years.

Hastings students consider future on College and Career Day

Students at the Elizabeth I. Hastings Middle School recently learned during a College and Career Day program that it's not too soon to think about planning for their future. The seventh and eighth graders heard presentations from area admissions counselors and listened to a variety of speakers ranging from veterinarians and pet groomers to electricians, business owners and fire fighters.

Remains discovered in North Attleboro woods

A man walking his dogs Friday night discovered the bones at the end of Betts Drive Friday night, according to a spokesperson for the Bristol County District Attorney's Office.

Tick, tick, tick: Blood-suckers may get early start

Ticks are normally thought of as a menace mostly in the warmer months when children, pets and adults spend more time outdoors and bring home the hitchhiking insects. But thanks to recent rain and snowfall together with a warmer February, they may be getting a head start this year.

Uber driver accused of pointing gun at pot-smoking rider

Attleboro, Mass. a A Massachusetts Uber driver charged with pointing a gun at a passenger during a dispute over smoking marijuana in his car has pleaded not guilty.

Massachusetts police officer could face prison time on child porn charges

Attlenboro Police Sergeant Richard Woodhead was arrested at his Attleboro home on multiple child pornography charges. He was arraigned on Thursday and came out wearing a New England Patriots sweatshirt, facing three charges involving child pornography.

Attleboro police sergeant charged with child pornography

A veteran Attleboro police sergeant was arrested Thursday by federal agents on multiple charges of child pornography in Rhode Island, authorities said. Richard F. Woodhead, 54, was arraigned on charges of attempted enticement of a minor, attempt to receive child pornography and possession of child pornography, the US Attorney's office in Providence said in a press release.

Fighting Hate In Schools

Hate incidents can happen anywhere: the mall, the church, the office. But, in the wake of the 2016 election, hate's been showing up a lot in school.

Fighting Hate In Schools

Hate incidents can happen anywhere: the mall, the church, the office. But, in the wake of the 2016 election, hate's been showing up a lot in school.

Tick, tick, tick: Blood-sucking menace may get early start

Ticks are normally thought of as a menace mostly in the warmer months when children, pets and adults spend more time outdoors and bring home the hitchhiking insects. But thanks to recent rain and snowfall together with a warmer February, they may be getting a head start this year.

A monster hit

Celebrating her second birthday and wearing a Wally tutu, made by her aunt, Paige Rando, poses with Wally the Green Monster and his sister Tessie, before the premiere of "Wally's Opening Day" at Regal 13 Fenway Theater. April 2, 2017 Staff photo Chris Christo Ben Goodman and his Mother Emily get an up close look at the Red Sox World Series trophies on display before the premiere of "Wally's Opening Day" at Regal 13 Fenway Theater.

Religious shrine proposes illuminated 'Nuns Crossing' sign

Why did the three nuns cross the road? To get to their jobs on the other side. But a Massachusetts shrine where the nuns work wants to make it safer for them so they've proposed installing an illuminated "Nuns Crossing" sign.

Who can say no to a nun? Attleboro can

It seemed a simple request when three nuns asked the city to install a crosswalk so they could walk safely to their shrine. The illuminated warning, visible to drivers, could be activated remotely by one of the nuns' smartphones, said Brother Ron Taylor, maintenance director of the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette.

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