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Westwood downs Medfield in four sets

Jessica Coletti finds a hole between two Westwood defenders.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Playing without their head coach on Wednesday night, the Medfield Warriors were able to take the first set off the Westwood Wolverines’ girls volleyball team. And although they weren’t able...

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Westwood field hockey blanks DS, 6-0

Westwood had a ton of shots on goal as their pressure bothered the Raiders.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On Wednesday night, at the end of what was a 6-0 win for the Westwood field hockey team against Dover-Sherborn, the woman filming the game...

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Westwood gets first win against Medfield

TJ Casey breaks out a huge fourth quarter run, but is brought down at the goal line by Jack McDaniels.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Westwood fans clad in white wigs, white tutus, with painted white faces and bodies covered in talcum powder stormed...

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Westwood volleyball hands Medway first loss

An extremely animated team, Westwood isn’t shy about celebrating after their biggest points.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

After a four-set loss to Hopkinton on September 20th spoiled the Westwood girls’ volleyball team’s chances at an undefeated season, last Monday night, it was...

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Westwood field hockey beats Medfield 4-1

Had Elizabeth Crowley not made some key saves, things cold have gotten bad for the Medfield Warriors early in the game.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On Friday afternoon, the Westwood Wolverines field hockey team beat the Medfield Warriors 4-1. The win moved the...

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Concert raises funds for performing arts

Francesca Lodovico performed two of her own original songs, “March Won’t But April May” and Press Start.”

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Sunday evening, September 6, outside of the gazebo off Harding Street, just ahead of the rain showers, Sophia Zhao held the Young...

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Wolverine volleyball dreams of TVL Title

The Westwood High School 2021-22 varsity volleyball team

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With no state playoff tournament or Tri-Valley League Championship, for the Westwood girls’ volleyball team last season, it was all about being together and giving their seniors one final hurrah.

Salons, barbershops talk COVID impact

Anthony’s Barbershop in Needham noted how many of their customers used the time they were closed to experiment with new hair styles.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

As COVID recedes, Hometown Weekly is taking a special look at how some of the businesses in...

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Everything peaceful at Buckmaster Pond

Whether they were picnicking or kayaking, there were all sorts of people taking advantage of the summer weather on Saturday afternoon.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

For whatever reason, this week, journalists began to reexamine the “Central Park Karen” event that captured the country’s...

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Bubble Music Man returns to Westwood

Rob Peters noted that since his bubbles were made of soap and water, they wouldn’t stain any clothes - which came in handy, given the number of kids popping them left and right.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

“You can’t not have a good...

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Westwood hosts flag football camp

One of the unique things about the camp was that the entire flag belt came off when pulled, so it was very obvious to the ball carrier when he was down .

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With two-a-day practices just around the corner,...

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Westwood adapts to hold ANGP

As always, the mechanical bull was a huge hit at the All Night Graduation Party.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On top of prom, the boat cruise, field day, the senior fashion show, and graduation parties in general, because of COVID-19 restrictions, last year's...

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Memorial Day moves to Thurston Middle

Ned Richardson, the Grand Marshal of the event, speaks about his time in two different branches of the military.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While it was originally scheduled to be held at the New Westwood Cemetery, because of rain, Westwood's Memorial Day ceremony...

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St. John’s completes solar panel project

St. John’s Episcopal’s new solar panels sit on top of their roof.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While they have already had solar energy for eighteen years, last week, St. John’s Episcopal Parish completed an installation that will provide the church with over one...

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Habitat for Humanity begins Highview project

The group poses for a photo at Habitat for Humanity’s newest project on Highview Street.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While technically trees had already been cleared and a large machine had already started digging up the ground, on Monday afternoon, South Shore Habitat...

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Youngest Little Leaguers work on skills

One of the Cardinals shows off some good fundamentals during a ground ball drill.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While many older kids played in summer leagues, played pickup games with friends or just found that the baseball skills they’d developed over the years...

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Westwood celebrates Earth Day with cleanup

With a mixture of plastic and burlap bags, the group set out from Twin Post Road towards Hale Reservation.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

If you’ve spotted giant bags of trash laid out on the sidewalks of Westwood this week, you may have wondered...

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Volleyball on three game win streak

Westwood dives on the floor in celebration after a huge win against Hopkinton.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While many high school volleyball teams are already done with their seasons, Westwood is just a bit over 75 percent of the way done with theirs....

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Wolverine volleyball wins on Senior Night

After a brief Westwood run, a Mustang timeout allows Coach Jenny Murphy to instructs her team in the first of two wins against Norwood.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Westwood Wolverines volleyball team moved to 3-3 on the year this week, thanks to...

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School Committee approves full in-person learning

Emily Parks outlines her recommendations for a return to in-person, five day a week learning.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On Thursday night, the Westwood School Committee unanimously approved a motion to send all of Westwood’s students back to school for in-person learning, five...

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