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Monthly Archives: March 2022

Zullo talk is Bergonzi double feature

The next talk in the virtual Zullo Gallery “Meet the Artist” series is at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 6, via Zoom, featuring internationally renowned jazz saxophonist and composer Jerry Bergonzi, and acclaimed jazz pianist/vocalist Geraldine “Jeri” DiMarco Bergonzi.

The Bergonzi husband-wife team has always had music as a shared...

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Cumming’s dagger leads Warriors over Tigers

By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor

Medfield and Oliver Ames High School girls basketball met for the second time in four days on Thursday afternoon. After Medfield defeated OA to win the Lynn High School basketball tournament on Monday, the Warriors (17-3, 13-3) traveled to Easton...

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Medfield beats Wakefield on senior night

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Last Wednesday night, the Medfield Warriors girls hockey team stormed back from an 0-2 hole in the first period to take home a 4-2 victory on their senior night. Marking the end of the regular season, with the win over Wakefield, the team heads to...

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Hometown Weekly looks back at 25

By Stephen Press
Hometown Weekly Editor

This week, with Hometown Weekly celebrating its 25th anniversary, we’re looking back to March of 1997 to see just how differently home looked when the first edition of our paper (then known as The Home Shopper) debuted.

• A 50-year-old Bill Clinton...

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Plow operators discuss the business

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

The saviors of people who hate shoveling and the enemies of kids hoping for snow days, snowplow drivers operate in a unique space — their businesses depend on storms that may or may not happen, with each winter season being different. Looking to gain insight...

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DLCT works to protect Pine Street land

The Dover Land Conservation Trust (DLCT) is working to protect 8.5 acres of beautiful woodlands on Pine Street from development. Located on one of the oldest scenic roads in Dover, the land has been owned by the Dover Church since 1875 and was used historically as a pastor’s wood lot and for occasional...

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Chi competing in Synchronized Skating Championships

Eileen Chi, a student at Milton Academy, will compete on Team Excel Juvenile, a synchronized skating team representing The Skating Club of Boston, at the U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships from March 3-6 in Colorado Springs, CO. Team Excel’s Juvenile Team was one of six Juvenile teams to qualify for...

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