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Students suspended for 'hate crime' against teammate

WRENTHAM, Mass. (AP) — Multiple student athletes at a Massachusetts high school have been suspended after school officials say they harassed a teammate and the victim’s mother in what could be considered a hate crime. 94 more words


Students Suspended For Using Racial Slurs, Harassing Teammate's Mother

WRENTHAM (CBS) – Several student-athletes at a Wrentham high school have been suspended for making racist and sexually explicit comments to a student and their mother. 289 more words


Families Speak About Stigma Of Opioid Addiction At 'No Shame Rally'

WRENTHAM (CBS) — A rally was held on Wrentham Town Common Saturday morning to help end the stigma surrounding opioid addiction.

Families gathered to share heartbreaking stories of brothers and sisters, sons and daughters lost to opioids. 330 more words


Mom Who Lost 3 Sons Is Hopeful After Trump's Opioid Declaration

ROCKLAND (CBS) – The opioid epidemic claimed the lives of more than 2,000 people in Massachusetts last year.

On Thursday, President Trump declared the opioid crisis… 221 more words


Wrentham police warn of bobcat sighting

WRENTHAM, Mass. (WPRI) — Wrentham police are advising residents to be aware of a bobcat in the area of Thurston Street, Warner Trail Road and Route 140. 61 more words


Ogilvie Wooden Grain Elevator Society

As many of you know, I have been involved with the Ogilvie Wooden Grain Elevator Society (OWGES) since it was fairly new. The Society’s mission is to preserve and protect the last wooden Ogilvie grain elevator in the province of Alberta. 232 more words


Alleged drunk driver crashes into Wrentham police cruiser

WRENTHAM, Mass. (WPRI) – A Wrentham police officer escaped serious injury Saturday morning in a crash that involved an alleged OUI driver.

Police said that Officer Steve Eaton was responding to a call shortly after midnight and was on Taunton Street heading towards Route 1 when a vehicle in the opposite lane suddenly turned left in front of him, toward Beach Street. 65 more words