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Sanders and Trump win Walpole primary

Walpole voters nominated Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders to be presidential nominees during the March 1 Massachusetts presidential primary. A total of 8,300 of Walpole’s 17,163 registered voters participated in this year’s presidential primary. Republican front-runner Donald Trump took both Walpole and the Massachusetts nomination with a large lead. He picked up 1,805...
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February closes out a mild winter in Walpole

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February was bracketed by a 64-degree maximum on February 1 and a 65-degree maximum on February 29. Within the month, there was an additional day of over 60-degree weather and seven more days exceeding 50 degrees. The record low for the month was set on February 14 with a temperature of -12 degrees....
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Author to discuss 1919 World Series at the Walpole Library

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The infamous 1919 World Series will be covered by local author Charles Fountain, starting at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16 in the Community Room of the Walpole Public Library. Fountain’s book is titled “The Betrayal” and it has all the details of the scandal that led to the birth of modern baseball. In...
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Walpole Children’s Theatre opens ‘The Prince and the Pauper’

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By Caroline Ahearn Hometown Weekly Intern The Walpole Children's Theatre opened its winter production, "The Prince and The Pauper" by James DeVita, this past weekend. Directed by Laura Barry, Mark Twain’s classic tale comes to life onstage, adapted with dynamic female roles, creative staging and a perfect balance of poignant and hilarious moments. When...
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Walpole teacher wins Goldin Foundation award

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Bird Middle science teacher David Kujawski has received an award from the Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education. Every year, the Goldin Foundation selects several teachers to recognize who "have made outstanding contributions in their classrooms, schools and communities,” according to the Goldin Foundation’s website. This year, among several other educators in the...
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Walpole Knights of Columbus to serve St. Patrick’s Day dinner

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The Walpole Knights of Columbus will be serving their famous St Patrick’s Day dinner on March 19 and the council hall at 137 Stone Street. A corned beef dinner will be served, along with coffee and desserts. The cost to attend the dinner is $15 per person. For more information about the dinner...
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South Walpole Community Preschool accepting scholarship applications

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The South Walpole Community Preschool is offering a scholarship to any graduating high school senior that attended South Walpole Community Preschool for at least one year and is pursuing a career in education or child related services. This scholarship was established in memory of Kay Williams a long time teacher, and valued colleague since...
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