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Chief Carmichael resigns for Newton job

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Walpole resident John F. Carmichael, Jr. has been the Walpole Chief of Police for five years, and has served as a Walpole Police Officer for 25 years. But while you will still see him around town at youth sports events or just day-to-day as a...

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GOFI to graduate service dogs

On March 10 from 2-4 p.m., service dogs from Golden Opportunities for Independence (GOFI) will graduate at Walpole High School. These dogs have been in training for 18 months and thousands of hours of dedication by their human partners, trainers, volunteers and staff of Golden Opportunities for Independence. gofi-graduation Read more

Council on Aging brings bingo and more

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter Three months ago, the Walpole Council on Aging acquired a new Director, Ms. Kerri McManama. While the COA has always provided a myriad of events and opportunities, McManama is making sure that this only increases in the months to come. This past Friday, the COA held its weekly Bingo...
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Walpole police hosting Narcan training session

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The Walpole Police Department will be hosting a training session on the use of Narcan and a CPR training class on June 22 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Walpole Public Library. The Narcan training session will run from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m., and the CPR training session will...
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Confederate flag removed from home behind Walpole High

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A Confederate flag that has been flown from private property located just behind Turco Field at Walpole High was removed last Thursday, according to Walpole Police. According to Walpole Deputy Police Chief Chris Mackenzie, the Walpole Police Department was notified that the flag was no longer flying on Thursday afternoon. A detective was...
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