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Sherborn Garden Club Decorates And Donates Wreaths

On Tuesday, December 8, the Sherborn Garden Club decorated 53 wreaths for A Place to Turn food pantry in Natick. The wreaths were generously donated by Fran’s Flowers in Natick and the Sherborn Boy Scouts, and then festively decorated by members of the Sherborn Garden Club. The wreaths will be given to the clients of...
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Walpole boys’ soccer knocked out on penalties

BY DOUGLAS MCCULLOCH (@doug_mcculloch) Thu, Nov 12, 2015 The Walpole High boys soccer team made it to the quarter-finals of the Division 2 South tournament before being knocked out by Medfield on November 8 with a final score of 2-1, decided by penalty kicks. The Rebels had previously defeated Dartmouth 1-0 on November 6 to begin the...
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Westwood volleyball reaches quarterfinal

BY DOUGLAS MCCULLOCH (@doug_mcculloch) Thu, Nov 12, 2015 The Westwood High volleyball team fell to Medway on November 9 3-0 in the quarter finals of the Division 2 Central tournament. The Wolverines had previously knocked Tantasqua out of the playoffs on November 5 with a 3-0 win to open the tournament. After struggling through two losses to open the...
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Westwood residents pass all Town Meeting articles

BY DOUGLAS MCCULLOCH (@doug_mcculloch) Westwood residents passed all of the articles up for debate at Monday’s town meeting, including a proposal that would get the area around Town Hall and the police station ready for the potential construction of a new police station. The articles allow the town to acquire the Girl Scouts building, which sits next...
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Medfield girls soccer falls in epic shootout

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) Thu, Nov 12, 2015 It was a battle between perennial contenders and the intensity on the pitch matching the hype off it. Both teams pushed high up the field, pressuring the ball wherever it was passed. Chances were at a premium and, on the sidelines, fans and neutrals had no clue where a...
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Westwood boys soccer qualifies for postseason

BY DOUGLAS MCCULLOCH (@doug_mcculloch)
After qualifying for the postseason thanks to a 6-1 win against Bellingham on October 15, the Westwood boys soccer team fell to Ashland on October 22 1-0. The match is the second time the team has faced Ashland, but the first loss to the team. “Ashland out worked, out hustled, and out...
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Pumpkins In The Park Rings In Halloween At Walpole Park

BY LIZ CONNOLLY Bird Park was aglow with jack-o’-lanterns last Saturday night at the annual Pumpkins in the Park event. Hundreds of local families came out to participate in the free, kid-friendly fall celebration that featured face painting, games, storytelling, cider, donuts, and, of course, pumpkins. The festivities began at 5 p.m. with a costume parade, followed by...
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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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Needham And Wellesley To Meet At Fenway

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) When a rivalry has been going for more than a century, it is hard to find historic, never-before-seen moments, but on Thanksgiving Day, when Needham and Wellesley meet for the 128th time, the oldest public school rivalry in the country will be played at Fenway Park.
Rumors had been swirling for...
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The Harlem Wizards take on Walpole High

BY DOUGLAS MCCULLOCH (@doug_mcculloch)
The Wizards took on Air Walpole, a team made up of Walpole Superintendent Lincoln Lynch, principals from area schools, several teachers and staff from Walpole Public Schools, Walpole Police Chief John Carmichael, and many more community leaders, officials, and citizens.During the game, the Wizards performed a number of tricks while...
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Plaque Honors Founders Of Medfield High Boosters Club

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10)
Hometown Weekly Staff
Last week, a small group of people gathered in the hallway outside the Medfield High gym to unveil a plaque, which had been moved from Blake Middle School, honoring John Miner for helping to create the Boosters Club and becoming its first president. Miner’s son Gary was on...
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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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Sherborn Residents ‘Reach The Beach’

Twelve Sherborn residents competed in the 201 mile, overnight Reach the Beach relay race through New Hampshire on September 18-19. The team name was “SherBorn to Run,” and the members are Emily Daly, Meg Hyde, Allan Giesen, Paul Grennell, Ken Frankel, Andrea Stiller, Matt Guarini, Qing Dong, John Hourihan, Jackie Martin, Kim Charneski and Skip Wiemeyer....
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Wellesley Police Chief Named IACP President

BY ROBERT ROSEN (@roberterosen) Wed, Nov 04, 2015 Wellesley Police Chief Terrence Cunningham was sworn in as the new President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) by FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday, October 27 during the annual IACP Convention held in Chicago. Cunningham has 30 years of experience in law enforcement, including 13 as...
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Medfield Resident Competes In Ironman

BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) Wed, Nov 04, 2015 When Medfield resident Kevin Barton was recovering from running in the 2011 Boston Marathon, a friend approached him about trying something new and training for a triathlon. He quickly signed up for an Ironman 70.3 and took part in his first competitive triathlon. Just about four years later and Barton...
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