In the spring of 2009, Robin Biscaia was taking a walk and noticed all the trash alongside the roads in Norfolk. Unfortunately, this was nothing new. Every spring, the melting snow would reveal buried bottles, cans, and other debris. This time, however, Biscaia decided she... Read More
The first annual Great Wrentham Cleanup day will take place on April 28 from 9 a.m. to noon. Participants will fan out throughout the town’s...Read More
For close to thirty years, KPHS students have celebrated the end of high school at an all-night party held at the school. The post-graduation,...Read More
What if you could run faster, with less effort, no matter how old you are? What if you could run like that and stay injury-free, too? According to...Read More
When one thinks about the King Philip boys cross country or track teams, Mike Griffin immediately comes to mind, and rightfully so. The sophomore is the Warrior’s number one runner in both cross country and the 1-mile. Getting less attention, however, is another phenomenal...Read More
Norm Beauchemin knows a thing or two about what’s needed to contend for a state championship in softball.
When he coached at Case High (Swansea), his squads finished as state runners-up three times in his four years there. At King Philip, where he’s now in his sixth...
Greg Kessler is the new baseball coach at King Philip and his addition to the Warriors’ athletic staff is a gift from neighboring rival Franklin High.
The 29-year-old Kessler, who was a captain and an all-star in football and baseball at Athol High School, has coached...