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KP Cares Turns KPHS Pink

On Friday, October 13, KP High School turned pink. Organized by KP Cares, a community service group at the school, the event—dubbed Paint the...

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Little Free Library Installed on Wrentham Common

Building community and sharing their love of reading inspired the girls of Troop 789 to create Wrentham’s first Little Free Library, a local book...

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Norfolk Boy Scouts Troop 80 Donate Fire Pit to the Federated Church

 At a recent ceremony, Troop 80 presented the donation of an outdoor fire pit to the Federated Church of Norfolk, its chartered sponsor. Church...

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NCTV Workshops for November

As the days get shorter and the temperatures cool down, take a break over at NCTV with a free weekly workshop or group. All workshops and groups...

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Sports

KP’s Hathaway Handles Pressure in a Variety of Ways

The King Philip field hockey team is preparing for its third straight tourney appearance and Christina Hathaway is upbeat about the Warriors prospects.
The senior center back, who has been a captain the last two seasons, a Hockomock League all-star and the team MVP,...

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KP Volleyball Looking to Break Through

Over the past four years, the King Philip girls volleyball team has compiled a 67-13 record during the regular season and was awarded two number two seeds to go along with a three and a four in the Division 1 Central East Tournament. While the Warriors have been rather...

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Brodnitzki A Dynamic Lineman for Natick Grid Squad

Determination, desire and dedication are intangible assets that define Will Brodnitzki as a football player.
The 6-foot-4, 215-pound two-way lineman doesn’t get much notice, but he’s one of Natick High’s key contributors — a competitor who quietly has helped the...

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