Judy Fenton remembers when public health nurses visited her Wrentham home in the 1960s. Years later, Fenton would go on to become one of the town’s public health nurses herself. Although many communities have dismantled their public health nursing departments, Wrentham has... Read More
The 4th annual Metrowest College and Career Fair will take place on Saturday, April 1, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., at the Ashland High School, 65 E. Union...Read More
Volunteers of a Local Non-profit Supporting Military and Veterans
Thanks To Yanks is pleased to announce our 2017 volunteer Board of...
While 2016 was in many ways a tumultuous year, both nationally and internationally, Register of Deeds William P. O’Donnell reported that it was a...Read More
Players turning 3 by September 1, 2016 through high school age can register online by visiting www. norfolklionssoccer.com. You do not have to...Read More
Collin Cooke is hoping the second half of King Philip’s ice hockey season turns out very differently than what transpired during the Warriors first eight games.
The squad, which compiled a 9-7-4 record last year and qualified for tourney play, has lost seven of eight...
Over the past three seasons the King Philip girls hockey team has gone 10-9-1 (2014), 15-0-3 (2015) and 10-9-1 (2016), making the Division 2 Girls Ice Hockey Tournament each campaign. Unfortunately, making the tournament was the only bright side of post-season play for KP as...Read More
This winter, the Hockomock Area YMCA will continue its Ski Club tradition which keeps kids active throughout the winter. The Y is gearing up for a winter filled with snow and new friendships. Anyone between ages 12-17 is invited to join the group to seek out adventure on the...Read More