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Back to School? Already?

Yes, it may only be the beginning of August and still many days of summer left, but August is also the pre-launch when parents begin preparing for...

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Children Activities in Norwood in August!

By August, many parents are starting to run out of ideas to keep the kids occupied and engaged with activities. Instead of packing the car and...

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STOP, LOOK both ways, CROSS

Nearly 1.3 million people die in road crashes each year.
This alarming statistic has brought about change on Norwood’s streets. Recently,...

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Forever in Seniors’ Hearts

John Howard made an impact on the Norwood community…that is an understatement. When he passed away October 1, 2017, his street-lined funeral...

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Sports

Sheryl Arduino Take on the PMC

Many people get involved in the Dana-Farber Pan Mass Challenge because of someone they know has cancer and they’re looking to help. Norwood resident Sheryl Arduino didn’t know of anyone with cancer, nor did she even realize what the PMC was, she stumbled across it by mistake...

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Norwood American Legion: On the Cusp of Playoffs…Again!

With just a handful of games remaining in the Norwood American Legion’s season at the time of this writing, Post 70 found themselves sitting in second place in the West Division of Zone 6. Walpole sits comfortably in first while Franklin, Needham, Westwood and Foxboro are all...

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Norwood Boys Lacrosse

It wasn’t the best of seasons for the Norwood boy’s lacrosse team, but Coach Dan Reyes was pleased the way the team improved throughout the season, although it didn’t translate in their record. Norwood finished 1-17 on the season with their only win coming against Norton 6-5...

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