When Mary Ellen Blue opened Cilla’s Coffeehouse in June of 2015, she was full of ideas about how to grow her business. This past month, one of those ideas finally came to fruition.
Cilla’s Trackside, a coffee kiosk, opened in early October on the MBTA commuter rail stop... Read More
State Representative Shawn Dooley, R-Norfolk, will face Democratic challenger Brian Hamlin in the November 8 election. Both candidates agreed to...Read More
Wrentham has declared a Stage V water ban, which prohibits all outdoor water use, with no exceptions.
The U.S. Drought Monitor now warns...
The Norfolk Cultural Council announces that the Massachusetts Cultural Council has set an October 17 online deadline for organizations, schools,...Read More
This fall is turning into quite the season for KP field hockey and Coach Liz Hathaway. For the first time in program history, the team is ranked in the Boston Globe (top 16, as of mid-October). The team has already qualified for the playoffs, and was first in the Hockomock...Read More
Last fall the King Philip girls soccer team was prepared to fight for supremacy in the Hockomock league, but before things could really get going the Warriors found themselves in a big hole with no possible way to get out.
“It was really rough, we had more injuries than...
It wouldn’t be surprising if a picture of John DeLuca accompanied a list of definitions for the word “sacrifice’’ because the King Philip football captain is all about putting his team ahead of personal achievements.
The 5-foot-10, 195-pound senior quarterback, who led...