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North school budget sees unexpected increase

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michael@northstarreporter.com The School Committee has voted to finalize the FY '25 budget and come across a last-second boost to the funding. There was a discussion during...

NAHS grad to make commencement speech at Dean College

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max.bowen@northstarreporter.com As Madison Frechette brings her time at Dean College to a close, she has some advice for the incoming freshmen—be willing to change. Frechette, a...

North Attleborough Public Schools appoints Gilbert Lefort II as director of...

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Gilbert Lefort II has been appointed as North Attleborough Public Schools’ new director of finance, according to an announcement. The School Committee voted to appoint Lefort as the...

Schools face budget hurdles with end of federal funding

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max.bowen@northstarreporter.com  During the height of the COVID pandemic, the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund was enacted to support education, but with this phasing...

$1 million allocated to Amvet roof repairs

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By Michael Oliveira michael@northstarreporter.com The Town Council has approved a $1 million transfer from the high school athletic complex project budget to repair the roof at...

Council directs funds to new boiler for Martin Elementary

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abass@northstarreprorter.com The Town Council has agreed to fund the replacement of a broken boiler at Joseph W. Martin Elementary School. The council voted 7-0 at its...

Voters approve new $286 million Tri-County School

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abass@northstarreporter.com  Residents in 11 towns voted to approve the construction of a new Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School building. Voters in North Attleborough, Franklin, Medfield,...

North Attleborough High School Class of 1974 reunion

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The North Attleborough Class of 1974 is planning a reunion for Saturday, Sept. 21, 2024 at Lake Pearl’s Treetop Room in Wrentham. Save the...

Voters to decide on new Tri County School building

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abass@northstarreproter.com Savana Trinity is worried about the state of Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School. The building has overloaded electrical circuits, preventing students like her from...

Amvet Boulevard students arrive for their first day of classes

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abass@northstarreporter.com The first day of school was filled with introductions at Amvet Boulevard Elementary. An estimated 420 Amvet students in grades K-5 began their school year...