• coronavirus Nov 25

    More Attleboro Firefighters, City Workers Test Positive for Coronavirus

    Seven more city employees have tested positive for COVID-19 in Attleboro, Massachusetts, including four firefighters, the city’s mayor announced. Mayor Paul Heroux said that outside the four firefighters, the three additional cases occurred in employees outside City Hall. Heroux also said he as approved an ‘injured on duty,’ designation to allow the four firefighters to receive benefits because all...

  • coronavirus outbreak Oct 4

    Another Attleboro Firefighter Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Bringing Department's Total to 12

    Another firefighter in Attleboro, Massachusetts, has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the department’s total to 12 total cases of the virus, the union announced Saturday. To date, 10 firefighters and two dispatchers have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to Attleboro Firefighters Local 848. The firefighters and dispatchers continue to quarantine and are being monitored according to public health guidelines,…

  • coronavirus outbreak Oct 3

    11 Test Positive for Coronavirus at Attleboro Fire Department

    Nine firefighters and two dispatchers have tested positive for coronavirus in Attleboro, Massachusetts, according to the mayor, after the city was deemed high-risk for transmission by the state. One of the firefighters has become “very ill,” and is now in serious condition at Rhode Island Hospital. Attleboro is among 23 communities considered high-risk for transmitting COVID-19 in the state’s latest data...

  • coronavirus Oct 1

    9 Firefighters Test Positive for Coronavirus

    Nine firefighters and two dispatchers have tested positive for coronavirus in Attleboro, Massachusetts, according to the mayor, as the city is deemed high-risk for transmission by the state. One firefighter “became very ill,” and is now in serious condition at Rhode Island Hospital.

  • Norton Meth Lab Feb 23

    Authorities ID Man Who Died After Explosion at Apartment Meth Lab

    Authorities have released the name of the man who died early Saturday morning after an apparent meth lab explosion inside his Norton apartment. According to the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, 38-year-old Edward Rooney died hours after fleeing from his apartment on Faith Way following the explosion. Norton police and fire responded to a reported explosion around 12:53 a.m....

  • Norton Meth Lab Feb 23

    Man Dies After Apparent Explosion at Apartment Meth Lab: Norton Police

    A man allegedly involved in a meth lab operation inside a Norton apartment has died in the hours after a reported explosion early Saturday morning. Norton police and fire responded to a reported explosion at 3 Faith Way around 12:53 a.m. They found an apartment empty and damaged from what appeared to be an explosion associated with a meth lab…

  • Norton Feb 23

    Man Dead After Apparent Meth Lab Explosion

    Police say a man in his 30s who was allegedly involved in a meth lab operation inside a Norton apartment has died following a reported explosion.

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