Plenty of people were out all night shopping, going after Black Friday bargains, including two “ninjas.”
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Black Friday appeared to be off to a brisk start with shoppers flocking to local malls and outlets as soon as they opened.
While most of us spent the day filling up on turkey and stuffing, others waited in folding chairs, sleeping bags and tents outside stores like Best Buy.
Long lines on Black Friday may be a thing of the past at The Wrentham Outlets.
Police are looking for a brazen armed thief who stole $15,000 from a shop in the Wrentham Outlets late Tuesday night.
Police in Wrentham were turning people away hours before stores opened.
The Wrentham Outlets will be open for business again Thursday, a day after the fire department shut it down because of roof concerns.
The Wrentham Outlets closed on Wednesday at the request of fire officials concerned about roofs at the shopping center.
Black Friday got off to a busy start across southern New England.