By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff The first public library opened in Boston between 1711 and 1725. Since then, to say the least, things have changed. Entering the technological age, libraries have had to make great leaps to ensure they keep up with the profusion of new forms of knowledge. While some may still view libraries as...Read more
The Woman's Club of Westwood recently held their annual Christmas party with lots of food and festive holiday decorations. The members were dressed in their Christmas attire and looking forward to a fun time.
The Club had invited Duane Sullivan, who was raised in Westwood and attended the school system, to perform. Sullivan...
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Medfielders are being asked to take a few minutes this week to donate their new or gently used clothing of all sizes (including Halloween costumes). Donation boxes are located at Pfaff Center, Blue Moon, Library, and St. Edwards, or can be dropped off on Saturday, October 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the...Read more
Magnificent wreaths, supplied by the Medfield Garden Club, adorn Medfield Town House. In addition to their hard work beautifying the containers and roadside gardens around town, the Club is also responsible for the wreaths on the Library and the swags on the gazebo....Read more