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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Fatal car accident shakes Medfield

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A three-vehicle collision on 109 has left one dead and unanswered questions in its wake. “At 1:33 PM on Tuesday, November 28th,” reads an official police press release, “the Medfield Police Department received information about a serious motor vehicle crash on Route 109 in the area of Pederzini Drive. Moments before, Medfield Police units...
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Lavanchy, Rebels send Greener out victorious

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Barry Greener has seen it all in his days as a high school football coach in Dover-Sherborn and Walpole. On Thursday, the Rebels (4-7) took to Turco Field under Greener, who will retire following the 2017-2018 academic year, for the final time, as the man who began as...
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Children gobble up parachute fun

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter The Walpole Public Library provided a morning of fun on November 17, as Yvette Sammarco from the Walpole Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (Walpole CFCE) welcomed children to listen to a story, play with a massive multicolored parachute, and participate in a Thanksgiving craft. [caption id="attachment_23284" align="alignleft" width="600"] Read more

Norfolk County officials discuss marijuana law

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For local officials and residents across Norfolk County, the local and statewide implementation of the Commonwealth’s new recreational marijuana law raises various issues that were recently discussed at the Norfolk County Commissioners’ inaugural Norfolk County Seminar Series forum: “What Recreational Marijuana Means for YOUR Community.” The forum, part of a new “Seminar Series”...
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