When John Kent and his wife Caitlin moved to Norfolk in November, they did not anticipate how generous the town’s residents could be. Last month, they found out.
Kent, a captain in the Massachusetts Army National Guard, was deployed to Kuwait in February, and his wife... 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
Fresh vegetables and other local goods will once again be available to residents following the opening of the Norfolk Farmers Market on June 2....Read More
In a small basement office, Norfolk Recreation is buzzing with energy. Ann Proto, the department’s director, is multitasking. After returning from...Read More
After having previously been the King Philip girl’s junior varsity lacrosse coach, Kourtnie Wilder inherited the varsity team this spring. The Warriors went 8-10 last year and found themselves in the Division 1 East Tournament with the twelfth and final seed. Despite that...Read More
Hal Bean is no stranger to lacrosse and that’s undoubtedly a major reason why he’s now the varsity coach of the King Philip boys varsity team.
The 55-year-old Norfolk resident coached for 10 years in the King Philip Youth Lacrosse League, instructing players in Grades 1...
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...