Concerned by persistent difficulties in recruiting and hiring new officers, town officials will ask voters at the Nov. 15 special town meeting for permission to remove Foxboro police from the state Civil Service merit system. Read more
Say goodbye to state Sen. Becca Rausch, residents of the Attleboros, and say hello to Foxboro's Paul Feeney.
A man suspected of robbing the TD Bank branch in Foxboro center in January 2020 has been sentenced to over 11 years in prison for three other bank holdups.
School officials this week pledged to fast-track a review of bus transportation protocols in response to a divorced couple’s struggles in getting their two sons to and from school each day.
With autumn days growing shorter and shorter, the public comment segment of school committee meetings grows longer and longer — a televised soapbox for clashing views on the efficacy of requir…
Following instructions left two decades prior — and only recently discovered in the past month — members of the Powder House Neighborhood Committee in Foxboro took shovels in hand to dig up a …
For the better part of a century, the shores of Cocasset Lake have been among the most sought-after addresses in Foxboro — home to an eclectic mix of environmentally-minded business executives…
In the 1990s, when a Pawtucket homicide suspect was believed to be holed up in a South Attleboro home, a SWAT team responded to the scene.
Town officials will be taking a second look at the posted speed limit along Oak Street after a Linda Street man suggested the current 30 mph signs may actually be counterproductive to public safety.
Voters at the upcoming Nov. 15 special town meeting will be asked to authorize an unusual half-acre land swap in order to facilitate a substantial building expansion at Gillette Stadium.
How about a whoot, whoot for Animal Control Officer Kaycee Bailey and Officer Shawn Buckley?
Having deftly navigated a rocky road — courtesy of the COVID-19 pandemic — for the past 18 months, Foxboro’s school bus managers are now passing the keys to new leadership.