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Wrentham Bans Outdoor Water Use

Wrentham has declared a Stage V water ban, which prohibits all outdoor water use, with no exceptions.
The U.S. Drought Monitor now warns...

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Norfolk Cultural Council Seeks Funding Proposals

The Norfolk Cultural Council announces that the Massachusetts Cultural Council has set an October 17 online deadline for organizations, schools,...

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A Second Shed for the Food Pantry

It’s a good problem to have.
Norfolk’s food pantry receives so many donations that it has been running out of storage space. The small...

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Wrentham Day Turns Thirty Five

The town is invited to celebrate all things Wrentham at the 35th annual Wrentham Day, set for Saturday, September 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The...

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KP Girls Soccer Looking to Rebound

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...

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KP’s DeLuca Willing to Sacrifice on the Gridiron

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...

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KP’s Schairer Ready to Begin Final Year as A.D.

The 2016-17 school year likely will be a bit nostalgic and emotional for Steve Schairer.
King Philip Regional’s athletic director will begin his 10th year in that role but it also will be his last before he retires. The 61-year-old Schairer, who missed four months after...

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