In an effort to stem lingering “learning loss” associated with the COVID-19 pandemic before students return to classes next September, local administrators are rolling out a two-week summer enrichment program for students in grades 1-8.
Voters at Monday’s annual town meeting will be asked to authorize nearly $86.6 million in spending for the fiscal year beginning July 1.
The Hockomock Area YMCA recently delivered 350 painted rocks to the the Norfolk Advocates for Children in Foxboro as part of a community effort to brighten the lives of children who have suffered from sex abuse and raise awareness about the issue.
ATTLEBORO — Foxboro High senior sprinter Jordyn Collins swept to a pair of first-place finishes in the 100 and 200 meters to lead area track entrants in the girls’ events at the Hockomock League Meet held last Friday at Attleboro High.
The Foxboro High-Mansfield High football rivalry will have to be rekindled in November, as the scheduled game for April 24 between the archrivals has been canceled due to COVID-19 protocol.
The Foxboro High volleyball team had faced a pair of one-game deficits against Attleboro High, but the Warriors battled back to knot the score both times.