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Zullo Gallery hosts 26th student show

There aren’t many art shows where the same wall will feature a first grader’s unique, glasses wearing fish, a high school freshman’s layered portrait, a third grader’s Monet inspired landscape and an alternative take on the “Anne of Green Gables” cover from a high school sophomore.

Volleyball looks to finish season strong

While Medfield held tough for the early parts of most sets, they couldn’t stop Ashland’s runs in two straight set losses.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Now 4-5 after a pair of losses to the 9-1 Ashland Clockers, while many volleyball teams...

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Girls volleyball splits Westwood series

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Medfield volleyball continued their same-week, home-and-away schedule with a pair of matchups against the Westwood Wolverines. While they took the first matchup in four sets, just two days later, the Warriors would suffer their first loss of the year by way of straight sets, which...

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Girls volleyball starts Fall II undefeated

Medfield volleyball takes a unique, mask-wearing team photo ahead of a very different season.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

When girls’ volleyball moved to the new Fall II season, one of the biggest among a myriad of changes made to the sport was in...

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Medfield COA helps seniors get vaccinated

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

About a year ago, councils on aging were still hosting in-person events to bring seniors together for activities like yoga, line dancing, card games, educational programs and birthday parties. But as was the case with many other professions, once COVID-19 hit the USA, the role...

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Storm brings differing snow totals

Medfield's Austin Verge and Garrison Schilling serve a customer after they get their generator going.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Last week’s snowstorm (the earlier one, which is depressing to write) was believed to be unique in that just a few miles could...

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Medfield swimmers flourish despite COVID hurdles

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Medfield basketball looks pretty much the same, but the players wear masks and there’s no opening tipoff. Warrior soccer had no throw ins, but still pretty much looked like soccer. But because of COVID-19, Medfield High swimming has been radically altered, with teams “facing off”...

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Noone’s jumper sinks Medfield comeback

Michael Noone’s midrange jump shot put Westwood up for good.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Michael Noone was second to none on Friday night, draining a midrange jump shot that put Westwood ahead for good with a little over eight seconds left in...

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Thomas Upham House administers COVID vaccine

Medway’s Ted Maiorana, a retired Deputy Chief from the Boston Fire Department receives the first shot of the Covid vaccine.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Because COVID-19 has struck nursing homes so hard, it only makes sense that they would be first in line...

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December snow brings community outdoors

This snowboarder drew plenty of intrigued looks every time he went off a jump he’d made at Needham High.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Because of COVID-19 and the subsequent social distancing protocols enacted to slow its spread, this year, partaking in outdoor...

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Legion honors veterans with luminary bags

The bags remained lit until about 8:30 on Veterans Day; although there was no ceremony, there was plenty of time for people to visit them.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

One of the most striking visuals of the fall season in Medfield is the...

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Park & Recreation launches esports league

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Even before the pandemic made activities where people are breathing heavily, grabbing and holding you, and communally sharing a ball with nine or more people far less attractive than before, esports and video game-based competitions were becoming extremely popular. Worldwide, some video game tournaments are...

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Hometown Weekly voters head to polls

A Biden supporter stands just outside of the senior center on Ice House Road.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While record numbers of Bay Staters voted in the November 3 election by mail due to COVID-19, scores of voters still headed to the polls...

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Shattuck Reservation pleasant, but sleepy

For far less of a walk, you could just travel down Dwight Street and see this view of the Charles.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Various reviews of the Shattuck Reservation talk about how good of a trail it is for mountain bikers, snowshoers,...

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Medfield TV raises St. Baldrick’s funds

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On October 20, Medfield TV hosted a virtual fundraiser for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a childhood cancer charity that funds pediatric cancer research and pays for people to become pediatric oncologists (who specialize in the unique ways cancer affects children and study the treatments that...

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Zullo Gallery hosts in-person exhibit

These unique, rainy day pieces from Rick Legge were made using gold leaf.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With movies continually being pushed back because the theaters aren’t open, Broadway shows being cancelled until May 2021, and schools having to cut electives like art...

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Hunt Club holds costumed Hunter Pace

The event ended with an optional jump over a choice of stone walls.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On Sunday morning, the colorful foliage of fall in New England was greeted by the majesty of horses galloping through fields of green grass, trotting through...

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Two paths, one hike along Charles

While the northern half has more interesting things to see, the southern portion of the loop has better views of the Charles.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Technically, the Charles River Reservation Loop is one trail. But with Route 27 slicing it in two,...

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BAYS soccer returns amid pandemic

With players not allowed to head the ball, things can get a bit strange when the ball is in the air.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With a wide variety of rule changes coming to Massachusetts high school soccer, on Saturday afternoon, the Needham...

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Famed rhododendrons close, but not blooming

The buds are close to blooming, but not quite ready to go.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

There’s a very famous short story by Ray Bradbury called “All Summer in a Day” that’s widely touted as one of the saddest things ever written. Basically, the story...

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