Sections
Shortcuts
News

North Attleborough finds itself in the news for the wrong reasons.

“People are just tired of it,” said Dawn Curran, a manager at the  SweetWorks shop in North Attleborough. “They just want it gone.”
“People are just tired of it,” said Dawn Curran, a manager at the SweetWorks shop in North Attleborough. “They just want it gone.” Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe

This is a summary. To read the whole story subscribe to BostonGlobe.com

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH — Ask Nancy Deblois and her daughter about the New England Patriots players who live here in their hometown and they rattle off an impressive list of champions, including former linebacker Tedy Bruschi

And what about Aaron Hernandez?

“I loved him. I would have married her off to him,” Deblois said, playfully jabbing her daughter. “Not any more though.”

Hernandez continues to be embroiled in the investigation of the slaying of Odin Lloyd, the 27-year-old found shot to death less than a mile from the player’s home in the in the posh Westwood Estates section of North Attleborough last Monday.

This quiet town in the heart of Patriots’ country has found itself in the national spotlight as police and media descend on Hernandez’s home on Ronald C. Meyer Drive.

Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.

Get the full story with unlimited access to BostonGlobe.com.

Just 99 cents for four weeks.

Sections
Shortcuts

Share