Oscar Hammerstein of Rodgers and Hammerstein fame once said, “A bell’s not a bell ‘till you ring it, a song’s not a song ‘till you sing it.” Martha Goodman, the new bell choir director at Wrentham’s Original Congregational Church, would likely agree with that sentiment.... Read More
On Friday, October 13, KP High School turned pink. Organized by KP Cares, a community service group at the school, the event—dubbed Paint the...Read More
Building community and sharing their love of reading inspired the girls of Troop 789 to create Wrentham’s first Little Free Library, a local book...Read More
At a recent ceremony, Troop 80 presented the donation of an outdoor fire pit to the Federated Church of Norfolk, its chartered sponsor. Church...Read More
The King Philip field hockey team is preparing for its third straight tourney appearance and Christina Hathaway is upbeat about the Warriors prospects.
The senior center back, who has been a captain the last two seasons, a Hockomock League all-star and the team MVP,...
Over the past four years, the King Philip girls volleyball team has compiled a 67-13 record during the regular season and was awarded two number two seeds to go along with a three and a four in the Division 1 Central East Tournament. While the Warriors have been rather...Read More
When the girls soccer team at King Philip Regional upset undefeated Mansfield in the first round of tournament play last year, it just might have been an omen that coach Gary Pichel’s youthful squad could soon be a powerful force in the Hockomock League.
It’s almost a...