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AAA: Rising gas prices not slowing Memorial Day weekend travel
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

Close to 42 million expected to hit the road for the holiday.

Markey says reinstate oil export ban to address rising gas prices
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

After exporting more crude oil per day than ever before last week, U.S. Sen. Edward Markey on Monday called on Congress to reinstate the ban on exporting American crude oil, pointing to the outbound fuel as a reason gas prices are rising.AAA reported Monday that the average price of a gallon of gas in Massachusetts climbed six cents to $2.87 this week, 59 cents more expensive than a year ago. Nationally, with an average of $2.93 per gallon, motorists can expect to pay more this [...]

STATE HOUSE ROUNDUP -- Wanna bet what sports gambling will look like?
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

A recap and analysis of the week in state government.In the wake of the May 14 court decision on sports betting, the only thing we can say for sure, ironically, is that all bets are off. For now.Will Massachusetts join the roster of states that will legalize betting on sports after a Supreme Court ruling that it's OK to do so? What form will that industry take here? Will the state Lottery get a piece of the action, and how will it interact with private betting [...]

And the winners are...: Panther TV lands eight individual awards en route to Best in New England title
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

PLYMOUTH – In addition to the award for the best high school news broadcast in New England, Panther TV reporters won eight individual achievement awards in the New England Scholastic Press Association’s 2018 contest.

Along the Pilgrim Trail: Hedges, heart attacks, and sudden stops in rural England
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

Old Colony Memorial multimedia journalist Frank Mand drove the Pilgrim Trail in the United Kingdom earlier this month: 1,309 miles of pilgrim monuments, pubs, fish and chips and a population with mixed feelings about the commemoration of the Mayflower's voyage in 1620.

Panther TV repeats as best high school news broadcast in New England
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

Plymouth South’s broadcast journalism program recently won the New England Scholastic Press Association's annual contest for the best high school news broadcast in New England.

Free senior legal planning workshop
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

A free senior legal planning workshop will be held at 10 a.m. May 22, at the law office of Jonathan Graham & Associates, P.C., 115 Court St., Suite 1, Plymouth. Light refreshments will be served.

PGDC appeals denial of its appeal on Bradford Inn project
Posted on Monday May 21, 2018

The Plymouth Growth and Development Corporation has appealed a superior court judge’s ruling that the PGDC’s appeal of the Zoning Board of Appeals decision to grant MEGRYCO permits to redevelop the Bradford Inn & Suites into an apartment complex has no legal standing.

Farewell to the State House: Tom Calter ends his 12 years as state representative
Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018

KINGSTON – State House colleagues, family and friends joined former State Rep. Tom Calter, D-Kingston last Friday as he wrapped up his 12 years as a state representative.Calter said he continues to be passionate about issues like education, labor, healthcare and marriage equality, but after 12 years, he knew it was the right time to go, and he welcomes the opportunity to be Kingston’s new town administrator.“It’s not that I lost my passion for being [...]

$1.5M road, bridge funding for Plymouth
Posted on Sunday May 20, 2018

BOSTON — The House and Senate finalized a $200 million bond authorization to help finance municipal road and bridge projects under the state’s Chapter 90 program. State Rep. Mathew Muratore, R-Plymouth, supported the bill, which will provide $1.53 million to Plymouth, one of the few towns to receive an increase over the previous year, according to Muratore. Approved unanimously by both the House and the Senate on April 26, the bond bill went to Gov. Charlie [...]