“To care for him who has borne the battle, his widow, and his orphan.”
That is the motto of the Office of Veterans Affairs, and Edmund W. Mulvehill, Jr., its director, takes it very seriously. Following in his family’s tradition of community service, “Teddy,” as he is... Read More
The scenes during the holiday season are magical. Lights, candles and Christmas trees create peaceful glows throughout homes like no other time of...Read More
October brought a lot of rain this season, but the morning drizzle did not deter the 74 walkers and their pets from participating in the 6th...Read More
Shake off the “blues,” bring family and friends, and join the Dedham Choral Society at its holiday concert “Behold New Joy!” on Friday, December 7...Read More
Not long ago, Norwood Athletic Director (AD) Jon Longley brought forth a suggestion of moving the Mustangs from the Bay State Conference to the Tri-Valley League (TVL). The AD thought it was a good idea as the rest of the BSC was continuously growing and Norwood stayed just...Read More
Almost as soon as he learned how to walk, Norwood’s Abdallah Khalil was hitting the holes on the football field like a professional. Having a secret weapon in his dad, the Norwood resident was able to take part in the sport at a very early age.
“Football started in...
With both a dad and an older brother who loved playing golf, it was inevitable that Kayla Schuberth would eventually take a swing at the sport. She picked up a club when she was four and hasn’t left the sport since.
“I just loved the game immediately; it was fun and I...