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Articles

The Charles River Questers

Antique fans and history buffs may want to take note of a local group that focuses on learning about and preserving the past.
The Charles...

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Fundraising Campaign Seeks to Restore Church Steeple Components

The Federated Church in Norfolk center is arguably the most distinctive structure in town, but the steeple’s clocks no longer work and the bell...

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Memorial Garden and Brick Walkway Planned for Gilly’s House

Gilly’s House, a sober home in Wrentham for young men in recovery from addiction, is planning a memorial garden and is seeking community support...

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New Library Director Focuses on Outreach

Libby O’Neill, Norfolk’s new library director, has been on board for five short months but already has big plans for the facility and its programs...

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Sports

Bishop Leads the Charge

Wandering through a yard sale with his father, Wes Bishop came across a weird looking stick with a net on the end of it. The young Bishop continued to look at the stick. Although it intrigued him and he thought it was cool, he didn’t know what he held in his hands. Eventually...

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KP’s Gorman: A Captain, an All-star & a Winner in Softball

Meghan Gorman has all the attributes, all the credentials and the ideal mindset to be a captain of King Philip Regional’s softball team.
Elite programs usually rely on talented, team-first players to be in leadership roles and there’s no doubt that the 18-year-old...

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Unified Sports Have Become a Fixture at KP Regional

King Philip Regional has added unified sports to its athletic menu.
Gary Brown, now in his second year as the Warriors’ athletic director, is delighted that the rapidly popular concept has become a fixture at KP and also at many area high schools.
“It brings...

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