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Norton, Massachusetts is located in Bristol County. Zip codes in Norton, MA include 02766, and 02712. The median home price in Norton is $339,900 which is roughly $171/per square foot. More Norton information.

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Yesterday | Boston Herald

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Market Basket workers Cheryl Fay and Kerry Kawalski embrace after hearing the news that Market Basket was sold to Arthur T. Demoulas.


Thursday |

Open House at On the Barre Dance Studio

On the Barre Dance Studio, located in Norton, is proud to be entering its 12th season of dance! Join us for an Open House on Sunday, Sept.


Thursday | Brandeis' News

New hirings bolster African diaspora studies

Two professors and a fellow have joined the faculty at Brandeis as part of a measured approach to expand studies of the African diaspora.


Sun Aug 17, 2014

Community Advocate Newspaper

RE/MAX Real Estate Center in Westborough opens doors

RE/MAX of New England announced the official grand opening of the Westborough RE/MAX Real Estate Center at 45 Lyman St. Owned by brokers Mike Gallagher and Annette Norton, the office has been operating since April 2014 and is a full-service real estate brokerage.


Fri Aug 08, 2014

WTEN-TV Albany

Woman gets probation in unemployment fraud

A 48-year-old woman has been sentenced to probation for collecting more than $2,000 in unemployment benefits in her husband's name while he was incarcerated.


Thu Aug 07, 2014

ABC News

Will Drones Replace Humans in the Workplace?

Drones are everywhere these days. They have replaced professional photographers at weddings, aided farmers mapping crops, assisted on movie shoots, and one day, they might even deliver your mail.


Fri Aug 01, 2014

Public works employee allegedly sold heroin out of city truck

A Boston Public Works Department employee was arrested Friday for allegedly dealing heroin along his route while driving a city truck, according to the Boston Police.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

Lowell Sun

Natural-gas project opponents bring case to state lawmakers

With signs bearing slogans such as "No more crude solutions" and "No fracking way," a few hundred protesters from across Massachusetts brought their message to the Statehouse Wednesday, rallying on the Boston Common to urge their legislators to take a stand against a proposed natural-gas pipeline.


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