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DS makes news for unfortunate party

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

The towns of both Dover and Sherborn found themselves in the news this week, for something that was both not good news for the towns, nor an especially positive reflection of their residents. After a house party featuring an estimated 100-150 people was broken up...

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DS athletes shake off the rust

The lacrosse players noted their disappointment with the cancellation of last season, but expressed hope for this one.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

By and large, sports have not been played in six months. While professional athletes that have been playing for decades might...

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School committee lets teachers work remotely

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Dover-Sherborn School Committee has voted to approve a hybrid plan of reopening. However, there was some confusion about an amendment regarding what teachers who were unable to return to in class learning would be doing, resulting in the vote’s nullification and a re-vote being...

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‘Sherborn Walks’ a social-distancing must-read

By James Kinneen,
Hometown Weekly Reporter -

While most businesses are in significant financial trouble, a few are flourishing because of the coronavirus crisis. But while you’d have to be a psychic, an epidemiologist, or a certain couple of United States senators to have seen the shutdown coming and profited...

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Gregory, DS lacrosse still hopeful

By Mike Flanagan,
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor -

It’s normally the time of year in Dover-Sherborn when spring sports are getting into full swing. The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented sports, such as boys and girls lacrosse, baseball and softball, from starting their 2020 seasons. The MIAA is currently planning for...

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Basketball All-Scholastics, All Stars announced

By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor

The Boston Globe announced recently recognized its 2019-2020 class of All-Scholastic and conference All-Star recipients. 

From Dover-Sherborn, junior point guard Evan Skeary was named a TVL All-Star. Skeary will be a returning captain for his senior season next winter. 

Basketball All-Scholastics, All Stars announced

By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor

The Boston Globe announced recently recognized its 2019-2020 class of All-Scholastic and conference All-Star recipients. 

From Dover-Sherborn, junior point guard Evan Skeary was named a TVL All-Star. Skeary will be a returning captain for his senior season next winter. 

Basketball All-Scholastics, All Stars announced

By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor

The Boston Globe announced recently recognized its 2019-2020 class of All-Scholastic and conference All-Star recipients. 

From Dover-Sherborn, junior point guard Evan Skeary was named a TVL All-Star. Skeary will be a returning captain for his senior season next winter. 

Basketball All-Scholastics, All Stars announced

By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Sports Editor

The Boston Globe announced recently recognized its 2019-2020 class of All-Scholastic and conference All-Star recipients. 

From Dover-Sherborn, junior point guard Evan Skeary was named a TVL All-Star. Skeary will be a returning captain for his senior season next winter. 

Basketball All-Scholastics, All Stars announced

By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor

The Boston Globe announced recently recognized its 2019-2020 class of All-Scholastic and conference All-Star recipients. 

From Dover-Sherborn, junior point guard Evan Skeary was named a TVL All-Star. Skeary will be a returning captain for his senior season next winter. 

USPS worker tests positive for COVID-19

On March 24, the Sherborn Board of Health (BOH) and Sherborn Emergency Management (SEM) received a report that an employee at the Sherborn United States Postal Service (USPS) branch had potentially tested positive for COVID-19. Through further investigation, it was confirmed on March 25 that the employee had tested positive. 

Warriors outlast Raiders at Boch Arena

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Medfield/Norton girls varsity hockey team hosted rival Dover-Sherborn/Hopkinton on Saturday afternoon at Boch Arena in Dedham. The Warriors (7-5-2, 3-3-1) entered looking to earn points for the third consecutive game following a 2-2 tie with Franklin and a 4-2 win at Dedham. The Raiders (1-13-3, 1-5-1), meanwhile,...
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‘Newsies’ to make headlines

Dover-Sherborn Middle School will be bringing the high-spirited, energetic, and enormously entertaining smash hit Broadway musical “Newsies” to Mudge Auditorium on December 5 through 7. Over 100 Dover-Sherborn students from grades six through twelve have been involved in all aspects of the production – as members of the cast, stage and tech crews, student directors,...
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Wolverines outlast Warriors in rain

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Westwood and Medfield High School field hockey met on the rain-soaked turf of Fisher Memorial Field on Friday afternoon for the second and final time this season. The Wolverines (14-0-1, 8-0-1) rolled into Medfield still unbeaten and looked to complete the season sweep of the Warriors (2-9-2, 1-7-2)...
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Balmer, Doyle, Lady-Raiders aiming high

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Despite not rostering a single senior and squeaking their way into the Division III Tournament with an 8-8-2 record, Dover-Sherborn girls soccer did more than just raise a few eye brows last fall, thanks to their resilience. The No. 14 Lady-Raiders ravaged No. 3 Tri-County by a 5-0...
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Weed Warriors keep Farm Pond clean

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While the hot days of summer have certainly put Farm Pond on the mind of many Sherbornites, members of the Farm Pond Advisory Committee (FPAC) think about the town's little slice of heaven all of the time. Central to efforts to protect Farm Pond from being overcome by invasive weeds, as many neighboring...
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Readers hunt for horcruxes at library

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff The Dover Library hosted a “Harry Potter”-themed scavenger hunt on Wednesday, July 31, on what would be the titular character’s 39th birthday. For kids and adults, this scavenger hunt was not only challenging, but provided a nostalgic rush of reading the last book so many years ago. From 11:00...
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Raider lax fills All-State team

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports After taking home the Division III state championship back in June with a 7-4 win over rival Grafton at Babson, Dover-Sherborn lacrosse is back in the headlines after making up approximately a sixth of the BostonLax Division III All-State team. Along with being named Boston Globe Division III player of...
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Challenge Success Team announces survey results

The Medfield Challenge Success Team has announced that the results of a student survey were presented to parents by a representative from the non-profit Challenge Success. The survey, conducted by Challenge Success, was given to Medfield High School students in January and was completed by 734 students. "We are happy to be able to present the results...
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Antonucci already a big name at Providence

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The 2018 high school lacrosse season was all about Westwood High star attack-man Jake Antonucci, who fired home a ridiculous 75 shots into the back of the net and tallied 19 assists, all while becoming Westwood’s all-time leading scorer (214 goals, 89 assists). After leading Westwood to the...
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