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Articles

A New Role for Former Police Chief

It seems retirement was not all it was cracked up to be for James Anderson. Wrentham’s former police chief and interim town administrator is now...

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Franklin Center Helps Metrowest Adults Adapt to Vision Loss

“It’s hard to adapt to losing one’s senses. Those are major components. It’s ‘what do I do now?’” says Kathy Kubit, of Norfolk, who lost her...

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Theatre at the Grange Moves to the Orpheum

The community performance group Theatre at the Grange has moved to the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Foxboro and will now be known as Roundabout...

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King Philip High School Discusses Later Start

“Mom, five more minutes.” Does this sound familiar? “I need my caffeine fix.” And on the flip side, “I just can’t get him out of bed in the...

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Sports

KP’s Girls Tennis Team has a Variety of Strengths

Bob Goldberg has been coaching the King Philip girls tennis team for 46 years and his goals each year are always the same — qualify for the playoffs, win the Hockomock League title, compete for the state championship and have fun.
The 75-year-old Goldberg, whose squads...

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KP Baseball Looking to Bounce Back

It was only two seasons ago that King Philip captured the Hockomock League Championship and earned themselves the 2nd seed in the Division 1 South Tournament. Entering the post-season with a 15-5 record, the Warriors found themselves quickly headed back to Wrentham as 15th...

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Norberg Chasing Teammate and Times

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...

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