Calling Writers of all Ages!

"If I could switch lives with any character in a book for a day, I would be _______________ because … " If you have an answer to this question,...

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A Bittersweet Goodbye to Two Long-time Town Employees

Chris Griffin – Norwood Light/Broadband
After 47 years on the job, Chris Griffin retired from the Norwood Light Department in January of...

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Norwood Residents Strive for the Finish Line…but Not Until September

The Boston Marathon is an unofficial sign of the arrival of Spring. In true New England style, the race has experienced huge fluctuations of...

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New Skating Rink Leads to Rink Time Controversy

According to their website, The Skating Club of Boston (SCOB) was founded in 1912 by Boston’s great figure skating patrons. Since that time, the...

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Solomon King, Striding Towards the Spring Track Season

Solomon King knew that he could run, and run fast, he just never envisioned himself running track for high school. Upon entering his freshman year at Norwood, he decided that he’d check it out to see what it was like; what he found was a lot of work and commitment, so he...

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Sawyer Eyes Tourney Berth for KP’s Baseball Squad

By Ken Hamwey
Staff Sports Writer
Chris Sawyer has one primary goal for King Philip’s baseball team — a return to the playoffs after a two-year absence.
Selected as a captain after his junior season last year, the third baseman, who also can be utilized as a...

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KP’s Conniff Wins State Wrestling Title, Sets Records in Wins & Pins

Shawn Conniff is in a class by himself when he’s on a wrestling mat.
The King Philip senior finished his final season by winning his third straight Sectional championship and his first State crown. At the All-State meet, he took fourth place and was eighth at the New...

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