She may live in Nashville, Tennessee now, but Ayla Brown says returning to Wrentham next week will feel like coming home. The singer/songwriter will perform on Sunday, July 8 on the town common at 6 p.m. as part of the Concerts on the Common series.
According to Brown,... Read More
King Philip High School seniors Riley Magane and Jeffrey Yatsuhashi were honored at the Hockomock League’s annual Scholar Athlete banquet, held...Read More
Three Boy Scouts from the same Norfolk neighborhood were honored recently at a special ceremony for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest...Read More
Looking for a way to keep the kids moving this summer? Or maybe you miss the camaraderie from your high school days on the track team? If so, head...Read More
The two area Relay for Life events have combined into one big event this year, Relay for Life of Western Norfolk County. The new Relay for Life...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...
Having captured the Hockomock League’s Kelly Rex Championship last year and posting a 16-5 record, King Philip tennis coach Jim McGonigle was unsure of what his team would give him after losing his singles players from that season. Luckily for the coach, it really didn’t...Read More
Norm Beauchemin knew long before his King Philip softball team faced Taunton in the title game of the Division 1 South Sectional Tournament that the Tigers likely would be the Warriors’ primary roadblock as KP strived to qualify for its second State tourney appearance in...Read More