Bella Caggiano

Yes, it may only be the beginning of August and still many days of summer left, but August is also the pre-launch when parents begin preparing for that first day of school. The information below is a jump start to the Norwood Public Schools 2017-...

Christopher Tremblay

Many people get involved in the Dana-Farber Pan Mass Challenge because of someone they know has cancer and they’re looking to help. Norwood resident Sheryl Arduino didn’t know of anyone with cancer, nor did she even realize what the PMC was, she...

Christopher Tremblay

With just a handful of games remaining in the Norwood American Legion’s season at the time of this writing, Post 70 found themselves sitting in second place in the West Division of Zone 6. Walpole sits comfortably in first while Franklin, Needham...

Bella Caggiano

By August, many parents are starting to run out of ideas to keep the kids occupied and engaged with activities. Instead of packing the car and tackling the crowds at the beach and amusement parks, stay local and take advantage of all Norwood has...

Kara Shea

Nearly 1.3 million people die in road crashes each year.
This alarming statistic has brought about change on Norwood’s streets. Recently, the Norwood Pedestrian Safety Committee created Stop, Look, Cross signs to better educate pedestrians...

Donna Lane
The Many Facets of Norwood’s Board of Health

This is the third in a 6-part series on the Town’s departments and key employees.
When someone mentions the Board of Health, what comes to mind? Do you think about cockroaches ... restaurant inspections ... communicable diseases ......

Christopher Tremblay

It wasn’t the best of seasons for the Norwood boy’s lacrosse team, but Coach Dan Reyes was pleased the way the team improved throughout the season, although it didn’t translate in their record. Norwood finished 1-17 on the season with their only...

Christopher Tremblay

Upon entering high school, Norwood’s Alex DiCesare had only played tennis for fun with her father and attended a few tennis camps. When spring rolled around, she found herself looking for a sport to get involved in, but nothing really interested...

Bella Caggiano

John Howard made an impact on the Norwood community…that is an understatement. When he passed away October 1, 2017, his street-lined funeral procession told it all. But the Norwood Senior Center patrons and staff wanted to find a venue to keep...

Bella Caggiano
7th Annual Essay Contest Winners

Each year, the Morrill Memorial Library hosts a spring essay contest. This year’s topic was, “If you could dive into any book, what would you choose, and why?...and…”How would you describe a real or fictional library and what does that mean to...

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