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Medfield Parks And Recreation Creates App For Phones

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff Want to know what programs are available from the Medfield Parks and Recreation Department? Need to register for a program but not sure how? Download the new (and free) Medfield Parks and Recreation app from the App Store and Google Play. The app features continuous updates on programs and registration...
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This Old Town: The Medfield High Building Turns 50

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By Richard DeSorgher Hometown Weekly Correspondent Its official address is 88R (R stands for rear) South Street. Today it is the home to Medfield High but 50 years ago next month it was built as the new Medfield Junior High. It later dropped the Junior High name and became the Medfield Middle School. The then...
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Jessica Cox Inspires Medfield Families At Blake

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff Jessica Cox, the world’s first armless pilot, spoke to families last week at Blake Middle School. The following day, Cox, who is also a third degree black belt, made a second appearance at Blake to speak with Medfield students continuing the school’s yearlong theme of inclusion and acceptance. Born without...
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Alumni Jam features Medfield High award-winners

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The Alumni Jam on Saturday, Jan. 9, in the Medfield High auditorium is not just a reunion of musical classmates over the years, but also coincides with the birthday of Lowell Mason, father of music education. He was born right here in Medfield on Jan. 8, 1792 and his namesake nonprofit, the Lowell Mason...
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Medfield High Hosting Weekend Of Comedy And Music

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) On Friday, Jan. 8, the Medfield High Theatre Society will present a one-night-only showing of “Medfield After Dark,” a comedic variety show featuring Medfield High students in a take on the popular show, “Saturday Night Live.” The show will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in advance at...
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Town Of Medfield Offers Holiday Recycling Tips For Residents

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) Wed, Dec 23, 2015 During the holiday season, gifts are given, families and friends gather together for parties, and there is plenty of trash, wrapping paper, and more that piles up. Want to know what you can recycle or what the Transfer Station will accept in the coming weeks? Then follow these tips...
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Santa’s Visit To Pfaff Center A Treat For Medfield Families

JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) On Saturday, Dec. 12, Santa Claus paid a visit to Medfield to take photos with local children at the Pfaff Center on North St. Kids had hot chocolate, holiday snacks and a few minutes each with Santa. More than 50 families attended the event and the fees were all donated to the Medfield...
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Medfield High Honors Wall Of Fame Inductees

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10)
At halftime of Friday night’s football game against Hopkinton, Medfield High took time out of cheering for its current athletes to honor the players, coaches, and administrators that have helped build the athletic program into one of the best in the state. The annual Wall of Fame inductees were honored on...
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Medfield Actress Uzo Aduba Wins Second Straight Emmy

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) Wed, Sep 23, 2015 For the second straight year, Medfield native Uzo Aduba brought home an Emmy. On Sunday night, she won for Best Supporting Actress, Drama for her role as Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren in the popular Netflix series, “Orange Is the New Black.” Last year, Aduba was given the Emmy for Guest...
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Road Construction Projects Continue In Medfield

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10)
The Town of Medfield has announced that road construction will continue for the next three weeks at least.A grinding and paving project began on Pine, Winter, and Harding Streets on Monday, September 21 that will continue for three weeks. Only local traffic will be allowed on those streets during the...
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