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Garden Club of Norfolk to Host Renowned Floral Designer

The Garden Club of Norfolk will present “An Evening with Tony Tedesco” on Wednesday, November 7, at 7 p.m. in the H. Olive Day School Cafeteria,...

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Veterans’ Agent Provides Support, Information for Wrentham’s Vets

On November 11, Veterans Day, Americans will pause to acknowledge and honor the sacrifice and bravery of the nation’s military veterans. Behind...

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A Passion for Self-Expression

April O’Connell has always had a passion for creating and making art. In high school, she was nominated for Art All-States, the prestigious...

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Town Clerks Prepare for Election, Town Meetings

With an election and town meetings on the calendar, Norfolk and Wrentham town clerks are gearing up for a busy month.
Both Carol Greene,...

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Sports

A Man of Many Talents

It was around the first or second grade when Wrentham’s Nick Beltramini was first introduced to the sport of soccer. He began playing the sport religiously with all his friends and soon after found he had a passion for being a goalie. Unfortunately, on the second day of...

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DeStefano Selected as New Boys Basketball Coach at KP

Dave DeStefano is the new boys basketball coach at King Philip and he’s no stranger to the Warriors’ program or the Hockomock League.
The 31-year-old Attleboro native spent the last three years as Foxboro High’s junior-varsity coach and he also served as a volunteer...

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Volleyball Looking to Take the Next Step

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...

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