It’s challenging to get Norfolk Police Officer Steve Plympton to talk about himself. Recently retired from the Norfolk Police Department after serving full time since 1986, Plympton is eager to point the attention to those who have helped him along the way.
“I’m very... Read More
A national outreach program that brings together police officers and citizens in a casual environment is entering its second year in Norfolk. “...Read More
In what is now her seventh year as the principal of King Philip Regional High School, Lisa Mobley is striving for the continued success of...Read More
Richard McCarthy became Norfolk’s town planner last fall, taking over for Ray Goff, Norfolk’s town planner since 2014.
McCarthy has a...
Over the past four seasons, the King Philip girls’ volleyball team has accumulated an impressive 68-12 regular season record, thereby earning themselves three number two seeds and a four seed in the Division 1 Central-East Tournament. Although the Warriors have controlled...Read More
Kim Meehan and Erin MacDonald decided in August, a week before pre-season practice got underway, to become co-coaches of King Philip’s field hockey program.
A replacement had already been selected to succeed Liz Hathaway but that candidate withdrew, leaving the Warriors...
For the first time ever, a Little League team from Norfolk has won summer baseball’s Friendship League. Dubbed the “Hoosiers game” by the league president, small-town teams Norfolk and Holbrook/Avon faced off for the title on August 5, where Norfolk held on for a 4-1 victory...Read More