As the national public health emergency trudges toward its end on May 11, new cases of coronavirus in the area have gone down or stayed roughly the same for 10 consecutive weeks.
Students and staff at Massachusetts community colleges, including Bristol Community College, which has a campus in Attleboro, will no longer h…
President Joe Biden is ending the public health emergency on May 11 which was brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus cases continued their downward trend both statewide and in the 10-community area in the week ending March 2.
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The number of coronavirus cases statewide continued a downward trend in the week ending Feb. 23, but the rate climbed in area communities.
The number of new coronavirus cases reported in the Attleboro area has been under 100 for each of the past two weeks.
ATTLEBORO — It’s been one month since the latest high point in coronavirus cases for The Sun Chronicle area and the state was reached.
ATTLEBORO — MBTA train and GATRA bus commuters Monday will have a convenient opportunity to get COVID vaccinations.
During the height of the COVID shutdown in 2020, before the introduction of vaccines, people avoided leaving their homes and few wanted to go …
Vaccination rates for U.S. kindergartners fell again last year, according to a government report released Thursday, and area physicians are no…
There was good news regarding new cases of coronavirus for the week ending Jan. 12.
Although a highly contagious new variant of COVID is circulating and has prompted some school systems including Boston to bring back mask mand…
ATTLEBORO — Mayor Paul Heroux is home-bound with coronavirus.
After 133 weeks, The Sun Chronicle has decided to end the weekly updates regarding the coronavirus pandemic for the 10-community area and state.
New coronavirus cases statewide have been on the increase for the past two weeks after dropping for six consecutive weeks.
New cases of coronavirus continue to stay low.
New coronavirus cases fell by 47% in the 10-community Sun Chronicle coverage area in the week ending Aug. 18.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March of 2020 there have been 1,987,385 cases of coronavirus recorded in Massachusetts, according to th…
The number of new coronavirus cases in the area has stayed below 300 for three months and steady for 13 consecutive weeks.
In 1976, Sen. Robert Dole was asked why he was campaigning as President Gerald Ford’s running mate.
It’s been 10 weeks since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved coronavirus vaccines for children under the age of 5.
It’s over. At least that’s what everyone hopes.
In the week ending Aug. 18 the number of new coronavirus cases in The Sun Chronicle area plummeted from 230 to 121, a drop of 109, or 47%.
It’s been seven weeks since the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved vaccines for children from 6 months to 4 years old.
Coronavirus cases have settled into a kind of steady state.
ATTLEBORO — Coronavirus test kits are now available to city residents.
After two consecutive weeks of low vaccination numbers in the area — 37 in the week ending July 7 and 39 in the week ending July 14 — the numb…
ATTLEBORO — Needles are scary for the young ones, but all was quiet — at least that’s the way it started.