The LEAD program is one of the best keep secrets in Norwood. It is a wonderful program offered by the Norwood Public Schools for special education students post-high school.
Started in 2006 by Helen Wyche, former Director of Human Services, and Patty Griffin Starr, the... Read More
If you have graduated from Norwood High School within the past 30 years, then you likely attended the Post Prom Party. Here is your chance to...Read More
On Tuesday, March 28, the Norwood Evening Garden Club will host Adam Wheeler, Propagation and Plant Development Manager at Broken Arrow Nursery in...Read More
With March on our doorstep, a good majority of us have long since had it with this winter-baloney. Winter has a way of sucking the life out of...Read More
A most unfortunate incident occurred in the local community in regards to an animal. On January 16, a sweet kitten named Louie was stolen from the...Read More
On February 16, there was a public hearing held by the DCR at the Coakley Middle School to decide where to put the much needed ice rink in the South Metro area. The three possible sites being looked at are the Indian Line Farm and Ponkapoag areas in Canton and our own South...Read More
After posting a 14-6 regular season record last season in which they captured the Bay State League (BSL), the Norwood boy’s basketball team ventured into the Division 2 South Tournament where they beat Hingham (43-40) in the first round and lost to Randolph (64-60) in the...Read More
Coach Bob Anniballi’s wrestling team at Natick High finished its dual-meet season with a stunning 26-2 record and an 11-0 mark in the Bay State Conference (BSC), which gave the Redhawks their 22nd BSC championship in the last 23 years.
During Anniballi’s 24 years on the...