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Articles

Making an Impact with an Unlikely Instrument

If you haven’t heard of them yet, you probably will soon. The Unlikely Strummers, an amateur ukulele band, is taking off in the area. What makes...

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It Takes a Village

In November of 2017, Norfolk resident Jeff Chalmers decided to start a twice-a-month free supper for residents. His goal at the time was simply to...

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Arts Festival Showcases Local and Regional Talent

In a few short weeks, art lovers can see some impressive work at the annual Arts on the Common, set for Saturday, June 1 on Wrentham’s town common...

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Arts Festival Showcases Local and Regional Talent

In a few short weeks, art lovers can see some impressive work at the annual Arts on the Common, set for Saturday, June 1 on Wrentham’s town common...

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Sports

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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Regnier an Ace

Wrentham’s Erin Regnier grew up playing softball, but by the seventh grade she had found tennis and placed the diamond sport on the back burner. During her first two years in high school she found a place on the volleyball team, but coming into junior year tennis began to...

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Diabetes Doesn’t Dampen Murray’s Positive Outlook for KP Nine

Focusing on pitching and hitting are a challenge for any baseball player in the Hockomock League but factor in the need to check blood-sugar levels and injecting oneself with insulin. That seems like an overwhelming burden, making it difficult to concentrate on a sport that...

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