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Rockets, Timberwolves preview softball season

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With softball season just around the corner, the Bay State Conference looks to be a competitive one in what will be its first full season since COVID. While the teams played each other last year, softball didn’t start until after April vacation, there were about...

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New Life 5K Trail Run, 5/7

New Life is excited to host its 5th annual Trail Run on Saturday, May 7, on the Medfield State Hospital grounds (at Hospital Rd. & Service Dr., Medfield). The route winds through the beautiful Charles River Reservation, and the event is open to runners, walkers and everyone in between.

To...

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Zullo Gallery hosts concert for Ukraine

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On Saturday night, the Zullo Gallery hosted two jazz concerts to raise money for Razom for Ukraine, a nonprofit raising money for medical supplies to restock Ukrainian hospitals. With shows at both six and eight PM packed to their sixty seat...

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Dwight-Derby House returns to normal

By James Kinneen,
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While the Dwight-Derby House was open for nearly two hundred visitors earlier this year for Medfield Day, on Saturday it returned to its normal visitation schedule. One of the oldest homes in the United States, analysis of samples from the house’s wooden frame determined that...

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Natasha Huss plays Carnegie Hall

The same weekend in January that Boston tied its record for biggest single-day snowfall, Natasha Huss, a freshman at Medfield High School, made her way to NYC in strong wind and frigid air. At Carnegie Hall, she performed Prelude in C sharp Minor Ops. 3 No. 2 by Rachmaninoff on grand piano in...

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6th grade Medfielders are champs

Back Row (left to right): Sam Nolan, David Arnold, Kevin Sabourin, Owen Goodband, Cam Burman, Steve Rahley. Front Row (left to right): Will Keaveney, Will Baker, Cooper Gage. Not in Photo: John Barker.

The Medfield 6th grade boys team have recently been crowned Metrowest Division Champions...

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Medfield 4th graders are champions

Coaches: Sara Sokolowski, Joe Bachand, Justin Kittredge. Players, back row left to right: Josie Frascella, Caleigh Kittredge, Brooke Bean, Jordan Bachand, Sage Sokolowski. bottom row: Lucy Buldoc, Jordan Heavey, Camryn Hennessy, Averi Urquhart, Josie Henebry. (Lucy Biggar missing in photo).

A team of Medfield fourth-graders has something to celebrate this...

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Derevyanko, Zullo Gallery hosting Ukraine benefit

Born in St. Petersburg, Russia to a Ukrainian father and Russian mother, award-winning jazz saxophonist and Medfield resident Anton Derevyanko was determined to find ways to support loved ones affected by the war in Ukraine.

Tapping into his talents and jazz network, Derevyanko has organized two back-to-back, 75-minute live benefit...

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Troop 89 donates to Medfield Animal Shelter

Recently, Troop 89 Senior Patrol Leader Kenny Manning met with a representative of the Medfield Animal Shelter to deliver a donation from the funds raised during the troop's 26th annual Christmas tree pick-up fundraiser. 

"We are proud of our tradition of helping others and supporting our community," said Troop 89...

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Brewmaster Brian Flach joins 7th Wave

Brewmaster Brian Flach has joined 7th Wave Brewing Company of Medfield. Flach has been working with beer since interning with New England Brewing Company in 2008, before becoming head brewer at Tullycross Tavern (Manchester, CT), Boston Beer Works (Framingham), John Harvard’s Brew House (Framingham), and Back East Brewing (Bloomfield,...

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Pancake breakfast returns with sheriff visit

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Pancakes, sausages, cantaloups, grapes, coffee and the opportunity to ask Norfolk County Sheriff Patrick W. McDermott any questions you may have, were on the menu last Thursday morning, as the Center held its first pancake breakfast since the start of the...

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Hunter’s Run returns on April 3

Hunter’s Run Foundation is excited to be holding its 7th Annual 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run on April 3 at Kingsbury Club Medfield. 

Hunter is a 14-year-old two-time double lung transplant recipient. Hunter was born with a rare lung disease, and his parents were told...

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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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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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Zullo Gallery announces winter art classes

Medfield's Zullo Gallery is hosting winter art classes for children, beginning on February 26. 

There will be two classes, hosted by professional artist and storyteller Kurt Jackson: Drawing & Mixed Media (for students in grades 1-3), which takes place on Saturday mornings from 9-10:15 a.m.; and Cartoons + Clay/drawing &...

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Pack 200 visits Public Safety Building

Medfield Cub Scout Pack 200 visited the Public Safety Building on Sunday, February 13, hosted by Firefighter/Paramedic Matt Reinemann and Firefighter/Paramedic Jon Kenney. The scouts learned about first aid and what to do in various emergency situations. A favorite of the Webelo den was bandaging each other for simple cuts, bruises, and broken...

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Fire Chiefs Association hosts leadership seminar

The Norfolk County Fire Chiefs Association recently hosted a successful leadership seminar at the Bank of Canton Auditorium.

On Thursday, Feb. 10, the association welcomed over 100 attendees, representing more than 20 fire departments, to the “Step Up and Lead” seminar led by Deputy Chief (ret.) Frank Viscuso.

Medfield Day captures patrons – and history

A crew of smiling redcoats rounds up some Colonial patriots along North Street.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

From a bust of Boston Symphony Orchestra composer Charles Martin Loeffler to stand-up cutouts for people to take their picture with outside of the Dwight Derby...

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Zullo hosts Arlene Black Mollo’s watercolors

A woman looks at some of the work Arlene Black Mollo completed while vacationing on the Florida Keys and various Caribbean islands.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Through November 7, the Zullo Gallery will be hosting “In the Moment: Watercolor Paintings by Arlene Black...

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