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Plymouth: Traffic Congestion Concerns Over Proposed 40B

In Plymouth, the Zoning Board of Appeals has concerns about traffic congestion as a result of a proposed 40B apartment complex off Long Pond Road. The plan was presented to the ZBA Wednesday night.


Wareham Police arrest woman on fentanyl-trafficking charge after traffic stop on Main Street

WAREHAM – A 33-year-old woman with “no certain address” was charged with trafficking fentanyl after she was pulled over by Wareham Police detectives Thursday, Feb. 21. Wareham Police detectives conducted the motor vehicle stop on Main Street in West Wareham on Thursday, Feb., 21, at 4:30 p.m., polic


NDCAP chair pleased by state’s involvement in proposed sale of Pilgrim nuclear plant

PLYMOUTH - The state is stepping in and Sean Mullin is pleased. The co-chair of the state Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (NDCAP) is encouraged by the news that both the Massachusetts governor’s office and attorney general want to be involved in the proposed sale and license transfer


Tourney update for Friday, Feb. 22

Div. 2 - #15 Silver Lake (12-8) vs. #18 Stoughton (10-10), Monday at 6:30 p.m. Div. 3 - #15 Plymouth South at #2 Bishop Stang (15-5), Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Div. 2 - #3 Hanover (17-3) vs. winner of #6 Scituate vs. #11 Boston English, Thursday at 6:30 p.m.


Plymouth project would restore historic look of Leyden Street, Town Square

Rich Harbert rharbert@wickedlocal.com @richharbertOCM — PLYMOUTH – With restoration work underway on two historic buildings in Town Square, the Community Preservation Committee is looking to restore the square itself to its historic roots.


H.S. BASKETBALL: Girls tournament preview

Chris McDaniel cmcdaniel@wickedlocal.com @ChrisMcDaniel88 — Here we’ll break down teams into three categories. Favorites are expected to go on deep tournament runs. Contenders have the chance to go on a deep tournament. Underdogs won’t be expected to go on a deep run, but we won’t count them out.


Cranberry Coast Home of the Week: Plymouth Craftsman-style ranch is spacious and private

Highlights: This immaculate Craftsman-style ranch enjoys privacy on over an acre of land in the Chiltonville section of Plymouth, within walking distance to Plymouth Beach. Beautifully crafted with high-end components, the two-level home includes bright, spacious rooms arranged in an open layout per


Plymouth: New Exhibit Highlights the Women Who Arrived on the Mayflower

The Story of the women who came to Plymouth on the Mayflower may not be one that many people are all that familiar with. A new exhibit planned for Plymouth Pilgrim Hall Museum will be focusing on their stories, as Museum Director Donna Curtin explained to Christine James.


Woman arrested at Cape Cod restaurant after allegedly harassing man wearing MAGA hat

A woman was arrested at a Cape Cod restaurant last week after allegedly assaulting a 23-year-old man who was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat. East Falmouth woman Rosaine Santos, 41, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and assault and battery at the Casa Vallarta Mexican Restaurant


Pair Will Headline Comedy Night In Plymouth

Friday, March 1, is comedy night at the Spire Center featuring double headliners Dave Andrews and Chris Pennie, with Alex Giampapa opening the 8 PM show. Dave Andrews is known for his one-liners and parodies. He is one of the few comedians who has been called back on stage for an encore, which occur


Plymouth Parents of child hit by car ask for changes

PLYMOUTH – Vic and Andrea Nordberg say their 14-year-old son, Ethan, was struck by a car last week when the man driving it ran a stop sign in their development. According to police, the teen was struck by the car at 6:59 a.m. Monday, Feb. 11 while heading to a bus stop on Lunn’s Way in the Ponds of


Alltown Fresh Appeals with Healthy Eats

The new Alltown Fresh concept fills a void in the c-store space, with fresh, healthy meals that cater to a range of alternative diets, plus bean-to-cup coffee, electric vehicle charging stations and more.


Plymouth: Developer Takes Down Trees at Public Park, Selectmen Investigating

Some residents told Plymouth Selectmen Wednesday night developer Rick Vayo had done the town a favor by removing trees from a town park to improve the view from his latest condo project. Others said he had violated the rights of all residents.


Robert Kraft Donated $100,000 To A Massachusetts Anti-Sex Trafficking Group In 2015

Before he was charged with two counts of soliciting prosecution in Florida, Robert Kraft was just Robert Kraft. That is, he is one of the most powerful men in America’s richest professional sport and the owner of a team that has strung together arguably the greatest dynasty in that sport’s history,


Bringing the 'Good Life' to Wareham

WAREHAM - Looking for a healthy meal or advice on nutrition, weight loss, or weight maintenance?. That is why Fernanda Pallai and Mary Good opened “Good Life Nutrition” on Main Street in Wareham.


Massachusetts Brothers Charged With Child Rape

Two Massachusetts brothers were arrested Thursday morning and charged with the rape of a child. Massachusetts State Police said two teams simultaneously arrested 34-year-old Dennis Orellana of Westborough and 26-year-old Hilin Orellana at their apartments before dawn Thursday.


Where in Plymouth? Feb. 20

Reporters travel all over Plymouth each week in search of stories. In their travels, they pass many well-known places and many that are not so well-known. See if you can guess where in Plymouth they are this week. If you think you know where this photo was taken, call 508-591-6619 or send email to w


Solar panel at Comcast in Plymouth reduces energy need, charges cars

PLYMOUTH - Comcast just completed construction of a large solar installation at its regional call center in Plymouth that will power 95 percent of the facility’s energy consumption – while charging your car.


Plimoth Cinema presents ‘Dawnland’ screening

PLYMOUTH — Plimoth Plantation and Plimoth Cinema will offer a special screening of “Dawnland,” a feature-length documentary that highlights the importance of cultural preservation and celebration, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at Plimoth Cinema, 137 Warren Ave.


Police: Woman Stole $591 Worth Of Groceries In Sandwich

A 23-year-old Centerville woman will be summoned to court after police said she stole a shopping cart full of groceries—valued at $591—from the Super Stop & Shop on Route 6A.