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Plymouth state senator to step down
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

PLYMOUTH – The senior member of the Plymouth legislative delegation is stepping down to take a job in the academic world.Vinny deMacedo, the Republican state senator for the First Plymouth and Barnstable District for the last five years, will leave the State House to become the director of regional partnerships for Bridgewater State University.DeMacedo, who served as a state representative for Plymouth for 16 years before moving to the Senate to succeed Senate President [...]

A big dill: Plymouth pickler goes from market to storefront
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

Pembroke resident Lorraine Connell says she's never met a vegetable she couldn't pickle.

UPDATE: Search continues for shooters in Plymouth
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

Residents and businesses around Samoset Street were urged to shelter in place, and nearby schools went into partial lockdown after the 10 a.m. shooting.

More Massachusetts vaping injuries reported to CDC
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

BOSTON, OCT. 16, 2019.....The state health department on Wednesday reported 10 new cases of vaping-associated pulmonary injury and the health commissioner said officials remain unable to pinpoint the exact cause of the outbreak of illnesses."Just like at the national level there's no one thing," Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel said at a noon press conference. "We all want to find the silver bullet of what is causing this but unfortunately some used just nicotine, many use [...]

PPL to present ‘Falling into Health’
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Public Library, 132 South St., will present “Falling into Health,” a fall prevention presentation, at 11 a.m. Oct. 17.Jason Grimard, of Koenig Family Chiropractic, will share three tips to prevent falling with attendees. He will also discuss how exercise increases balance, coordination and flexibility. 

Plymouth Fire Department Headquarters temporarily moves
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

PLYMOUTH — Due to the temporary closure of the Plymouth Fire Department Headquarters at 114 Sandwich St., the new location to apply for all fire department related permitting, certificates, plan reviews, propane and oil burner issues, and any other administrative business, is at the Emergency Operations Center, located behind the Cedarville fire station at 2209 State Road.Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Call 508-830-4213, ext. 281, [...]

Cranberry Coast Home of the Week: Vacation lifestyle: Plymouth contemporary in oceanside community
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

Located just a short walk from its association beach on Cape Cod Bay, this contemporary home in Plymouth offers more than just a place to live – it offers a lifestyle highlighted by a private fenced courtyard with a lap pool. Thoughtfully planned and beautifully maintained, the home boasts an open layout on the main level ideally suited for convivial family living and entertaining.

Unmanned ship to sail from England in name of Mayflower 400th
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

A state-of-the-art vessel will be launched in memory of the iconic 400-year-old ship.

ACCUWEATHER: Bomb cyclone to blast northeastern US with heavy rain, high winds
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

A storm that will dive down from Canada early this week will move through the Great Lakes and into the Northeast by Wednesday.A storm will strengthen rapidly and bring a dose of drenching rain, high winds and even some high-elevation snow to the northeastern United States from Wednesday to Thursday.The latest indications are the storm will strengthen at a fast enough pace from Wednesday to Thursday to be classified as a bomb cyclone. The barometric pressure has to fall [...]

A HAUNTING WE WILL GO: 21 Halloween attractions around the South Shore
Posted on Wednesday October 16, 2019

Freakish ghouls, haunted houses and enchanted pumpkins are hiding behind every corner on the South Shore – and beyond – this October. Kids and adults, from the brave to the bashful, have their choice of fun or fright as the month creeps toward Halloween.