Norfolk Wrentham

Articles

Pondville: A Small Area of Town with Big History

Part of a series of articles examining Norfolk’s history during this sesquicentennial anniversary year.
Norfolk is comprised of over 15...

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The (Lip Sync) Battle Returns

Dedicated teachers usually have a wish list of enrichment activities and projects they’d love to provide their students. But even the best-funded...

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News from the Norfolk and Wrentham Town Clerks

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Norfolk Town Clerk Carol Greene reminds residents that they should have received the town census in mid-January. Make any changes,...

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Lions Hop on Bubba’s Bus

Thanks to the Norfolk Lions, a recently implemented program at Massachusetts General Hospital is having a direct impact on the lives of pediatric...

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Sports

New Coach, New Players for KP Girls Hockey

After securing only four wins on the ice last season, the King Philip girls hockey team has a new coach looking to bring the team back to prominence and into the tournament once again. That’s not going to be easy since the Warriors return just a handful of skaters from last...

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A Familiar Name (Jeff Plympton Jr.) is the New Baseball Coach at KP

A familiar face has taken the head-coaching reins of King Philip’s varsity baseball team.
Jeff Plympton Jr., who played two seasons for the Warriors before graduating in 2011, has replaced Eric Kessler, who guided the squad for the last two years.
The Plympton...

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Fallon-Comeau Selected to Coach KP Softball Team

A familiar face with a familiar name is the new softball coach at King Philip Regional.
Kate Fallon-Comeau, who directed Franklin High’s softball team for the last nine years, has been chosen to replace Norm Beauchemin, who led the Warriors to seven tournament berths...

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