Norfolk Wrentham


January Programs at the Norfolk Senior Center

January 3 at 1 p.m. TRIAD is a crime prevention program for seniors. It is a three-way partnership between the Norfolk Council on Aging, The...

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Norfolk is now a Green Community

Norfolk has joined with almost 75% of communities throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in adopting the “Stretch Energy Code,” a more...

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KP High School Forms Cultural Proficiency Committee

In response to an incident in the fall, King Philip Regional High School has formed a task force to combat racist and culturally-insensitive...

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Gilly’s House to Open March 1st

Steven “Gilly” Gillmeister lost his battle with addiction on October 24, 2016 at the age of 25.
For David and Barbara Gillmeister, the pain...

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KP Boys Quintet Aiming for Tournament Berth

The King Philip boys basketball team lost eight of 11 contests by three points or less last year and missed qualifying for the playoffs by two games. There aren’t any merit badges for losing close games in the Hockomock League, but the razor-thin defeats just might be an omen...

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Griffin Looking to Improve

Although King Philip’s Mike Griffin has only been running for the past four years, the sophomore is running like a veteran on the course. And if it wasn’t for his friend and teammate, Alex Hagan, he might not be running at all.
“In the seventh grade I ran the Middle...

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KP’s Perseverance Key to Second Straight Super Bowl Win

Super Bowl games often present major challenges for teams fortunate to be playing in such a prestigious venue. For the King Philip football squad, give them an A-plus for staring disappointment and adversity in the face and overcoming both. And, give them credit for the...

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