Norfolk Wrentham


Spier Family to Match YMCA Camp Donations through July 21, 2019

The Spier Family of Foxborough is issuing a challenge grant to Hockomock Area YMCA members, donors, local businesses and partners. For the third...

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Boy Scout Cleans Gravestones in Norfolk Cemetery for Eagle Scout Project

On June 2, Eagle Scout candidate Nicholas Dadasis and a team of Scouts began cleaning 60 headstones in the colonial section of Norfolk Cemetery....

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Local Charity Marks Five Years

When Norfolk resident Greg “Bubba” Jacobson was diagnosed with a rare childhood cancer, his friends organized a golf tournament to help defray...

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KPHS Senior Receives Unsung Hero Award

KPHS Senior Ian Zimmerman has been recognized as the 2019 King Philip Regional High School Unsung Hero.
Zimmerman was honored at the United...

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Klim Leads KP Lacrosse

King Philip’s Caroline Klim has been a three-sport athlete for the Warriors. The senior has played field hockey, hockey, and lacrosse during her four years at King Philip, but one could probably sense early on that lacrosse was going to be her sport.
Growing up, not...

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Brown Aiming to Keep KP Athletics Moving Forward

Gary Brown’s second year on the job as King Philip’s athletic director was successful on a variety of fronts and now the 44-year-old administrator is preparing to shift into high gear and make his third campaign even better.
The role of an athletic director in today’s...

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KPHS Senior to Receive Frank Kelley Adversity Award

King Philip Regional High School senior Matt Andrews will be awarded the prestigious Frank Kelley Adversity Award at the annual Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association’s (MSTCA) awards banquet this summer, announced KP Superintendent Paul Zinni.
Andrews was...

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