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Plymouth Task Force to End Homelessness needs volunteers
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

Everyone’s looking for that special, unique gift that will show how much they care. Well, here it is.

Plymouth South Middle School readies for Thanksgiving
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

Plymouth South Middle School's pep rally for the Thanksgiving Day football game between the town's two high schools was as much a celebration of good work as good fun Tuesday.

PCIS: This is Thanksgiving
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

The longstanding tradition of donating Thanksgiving baskets continued at Plymouth Community Intermediate School this holiday season.

Three to face charges after police break up house party in South Plymouth
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

PLYMOUTH – Three people will face charges after police broke up a party in South Plymouth Wednesday night.

Plymouth motorcycle officer injured escorting Pilgrim Progress
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

PLYMOUTH – A local police officer is recuperating after a motorcycle crash during this year's Pilgrim Progress.

Cranberry Coast Home of the Week: Spacious West Plymouth home abuts conservation land
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

With conservation land just beyond and Clear Pond with deeded beach rights just a short walk away, this home offers the convenience and conviviality of neighborhood living, but also provides plenty of privacy within minutes to routes 3 and 44 and downtown historic Plymouth and all it has to offer.

Wampanoags reclaim language lost to colonization
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

At the Children's House in Mashpee, 19 children from Wampanoag households are being taught exclusively in Wopanaotooaok, a language that was not spoken for at least a century until their tribe started an effort to revive it in the 1990s.

A Plymouth Eagle Scout’s growing opportunity
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

Samuel Kierstead became a member of Troop 1620 in the first grade. That was 10 years ago.

With Stein's Furniture facing demolition, North Plymouth natives look back
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

With iconic Stein’s Furniture soon to demolished we reached out to a few of the gentlemen of North Plymouth for memories of this store and the village where it is located during the decades before and after World War Two, when as the long-time residents of this neighborhood insist , “there was no reason to go anywhere else.”

Holiday Craft Fair at Plymouth Moose Lodge
Posted on Friday November 24, 2017

Holiday Craft Fair: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 25, Plymouth Moose Lodge, 601 State Road, Plymouth.