In 1660, the town of Wrentham, Massachusetts was first settled by the English, and incorporated in 1673.
It was home to the educational reformer Horace Mann, and was also one of the residences of Helen Keller. Today it is also home to Scott Brown, the Republican United States Senator who won the Senate seat vacated by the late Edward M. Kennedy after his death in August 2009.
A big draw for the town is its Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, offering all types of discounted merchandise, which attracts shoppers far and wide.
The town’s median household income is $78,043.50."Have You Been Arrested Or Are You Afraid You Might Be?
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