Outside of Norwood, the July 4th holiday is a time to get away. Norwood residents, however, celebrate America’s birthday very differently….right here at home! For those new to this wonderful town, take the lead from those who know; the Norwood 4th of July celebrations are not... Read More
John Howard made an impact on the Norwood community…that is an understatement. When he passed away October 1, 2017, his street-lined funeral...Read More
Each year, the Morrill Memorial Library hosts a spring essay contest. This year’s topic was, “If you could dive into any book, what would you...Read More
This is the second of a 6-part series on the Town’s departments and key employees.
Have you ever stopped to think about how different our...
It wasn’t the best of seasons for the Norwood boy’s lacrosse team, but Coach Dan Reyes was pleased the way the team improved throughout the season, although it didn’t translate in their record. Norwood finished 1-17 on the season with their only win coming against Norton 6-5...Read More
Upon entering high school, Norwood’s Alex DiCesare had only played tennis for fun with her father and attended a few tennis camps. When spring rolled around, she found herself looking for a sport to get involved in, but nothing really interested her……and along came tennis....Read More
Maria Woodall excelled as a goaltender when she played lacrosse at King Philip Regional and she’s still getting high marks for her efforts at the college level.
The Norfolk native had a dynamic junior season at Westfield State University where she led the Owls to their...