Norfolk is becoming the place to be for classical music, thanks to the hard work of the Norfolk Federated Church’s music director, Daniel Dickson. Dickson, himself a world class classical pianist and cellist, provides music for each week’s Sunday worship services and has... Read More
On October 21, marathon runner Michael Dunlop completed the Baystate Marathon in Lowell in a time of 2:59:28. Although the relatively flat course...Read More
King Philip Drama Club and the Grady Auditorium production staff are proud to announce the performance of the off-beat holiday musical Little Shop...Read More
The battle for the best Christmas lights is on! Back by popular demand, Battle of the Bulbs returns to Norfolk this holiday season.
After a career that spanned more than 30 years of service, Sarina Bluhm retired last month from the Norfolk Public Library. Her titles have...Read More
With both a dad and an older brother who loved playing golf, it was inevitable that Kayla Schuberth would eventually take a swing at the sport. She picked up a club when she was four and hasn’t left the sport since.
“I just loved the game immediately; it was fun and I...
The King Philip Regional field hockey team had a memorable season for a variety of reasons but focusing on kindness doesn’t seem like a commodity that would produce a 16-1-1 regular-season record or two victories in the Division 1 tournament.
The Warriors’ co-coaches —...
It was around the first or second grade when Wrentham’s Nick Beltramini was first introduced to the sport of soccer. He began playing the sport religiously with all his friends and soon after found he had a passion for being a goalie. Unfortunately, on the second day of...Read More