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Drug Possession, Withholding Evidence: Weymouth Police Log

12:32 p.m. - During a traffic stop on Josie's Way, Radhame Pena, 20, of Weymouth, was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and and reckless operation of a motor vehicle. November 14 12:14 a.m. - Anthony Lungo, 41, was arrested on Norfolk Street and charged with possession of a C

PATCH - 2017-11-21 03:32:50

Thanksgiving 2017: Open, Closed Grocery In Weymouth

WEYMOUTH, MA - You might be out of luck if you forget something on Thursday that you needed for Thanksgiving dinner. For those of you who've lived here all your life, you know the drill: Because of the state's "Blue Laws" restaurants, pharmacies, gas stations, and small food stores can open for Than

PATCH - 2017-11-20 22:47:44

Weymouth HIgh Five: 5 things to do this week

Thanksgiving morning breakfast will be served 8 a.m., Next Page Cafe, 550 Broad St., Weymouth. There will be no band performances and the cafe will be closed in the evening. For information: 781-340-1300, thenextpagecafe.com. Weymouth Garden Club Wreath and Greens Sale Weymouth Garden Club will host

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-20 21:30:00

H.S. FOOTBALL: Weymouth hopes for extra gravy on Thanksgiving

The long and winding road of the high school football season comes to an end on Thanksgiving Day for the Weymouth High football team. The training in the offseason and the good and bad times of the season will be put aside. As the coaches put it, this is the Super Bowl for the seniors. This could be

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-20 07:08:00

SHERRIE ANNE NOBLE, Weymouth: It's time for new sports-team identities

TO THE EDITOR: Legislation has been filed in the Legislature to make Native American mascots illegal for public school teams. The basic issue is racist group thinking. Native American team identities teach our children it is good to look at a group of people through the lens of stereotype and carica

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-11-20 05:15:00

Crash kills pedestrian on Route 3 in Weymouth

Massachusetts state police are investigating a deadly crash involving a pedestrian along Route 3 in Weymouth on Sunday night. State police said the victim was walking on the highway at the time of the crash. Police said the driver was traveling north on Route 3 when he hit the victim around 6:15 p.

WCVB - 2017-11-20 04:43:00

Hundreds of soccer players try out Weymouth's new Lovell Field

WEYMOUTH - Parks and Recreation Director Steve Reilly said for years, Weymouth soccer teams preferred to play their games in other communities that had better fields and facilities. But during the week, for the first time ever, Weymouth became the soccer destination. "The local soccer clubs are thri

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-11-19 21:27:12

Pedestrian hit, killed on Route 3 in Weymouth

WEYMOUTH -- State Police are investigating after a pedestrian was hit and fatally killed tonight on Route 3 northbound. Police responded to the accident before 7 p.m. on Route 3 northbound, just north of exit 15 in Weymouth. The left lane of Route 3 northbound remains closed while troopers conduct t

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-11-20 00:39:49

Two local mountaineers to speak at Keene State

The Monadnock Climbers Association, in conjunction with the Keene State College Outing Club, will host an evening with two world renowned climbers on Thursday, Nov. 30. Jim Shimberg and Jon Sykes of New Hampshire will speak about their experiences at the Night Owl Cafe in the college's Young Student

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-11-20 17:00:00

Keene man finds hope in emerging cancer treatments

Peter Rooney of Keene has turned his journey with stage 4 kidney cancer into the medical memoir "Immunopatient: The New Frontier of Curing Cancer." (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)KEENE -- A Keene man has turned his journey with stage 4 kidney cancer into the medical memoir, "Immunopatien

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-21 07:22:00

You get what you pay for: A Keene lawmaker doesn't have the time for the full job

Last month, state Rep. Donovan Fenton asked off of the House Environment and Agriculture Committee, leaving him without a committee assignment. He says his full-time job with his family's array of car dealerships leaves him little time for committee work. "I still think a lot can be done without bei

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-11-19 11:00:00

Keene tax rate up, driven largely by jump in portion going to local education

Keene's property-tax rate, the fifth highest in the state last year, continues to rise. This year's rate is $37.22 per $1,000 of assessed value, or $7,444 for a house valued at $200,000. That's up 2.3 percent from last year. The increase was largely driven by a jump in the portion of the tax going t


As lease expires, Keene Olympia to close down

The Olympia Sports store on Winchester Street in Keene is closing around the end of this year, according to Joanne Kenny, the company's corporate communications manager. The store's lease is expiring, and the company was "not able to negotiate a profitable lease going forward," Kenny said. Kenny sai


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Campbell High School running back Keegan Mills wanted a close game on Saturday. But when he saw the Monadnock Regional team run onto the turf at the University of New Hampshire's Wildcat Stadium Saturday morning, he had the same feeling a lot of Cougar fans likely had. Huh? How could a team of just

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Teachers wanted for Head Start

BRATTLEBORO - School officials want to make salary rates more attractive for early education teachers. "We don't seem to come to a good solution and we're getting worse; our number of vacancies is increasing," Brattleboro Town School Board Chairwoman Jill Stahl Tyler said during a meeting last Tue

BRATTLEBORO REFORMER - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

History perseveres at Kimball Hall in Troy

TROY - There was a time, not that long ago, when the future of Kimball Hall was uncertain. The historic, two-story building on Depot Street had been used for more than 15 years for community gatherings and meetings. It was also the home of the Troy Historical Society and its museum. But coming into

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-11-20 17:00:00

Hanover's performance of 'The Nutcracker' features Grafton dancers

WORCESTER - Ballet Arts Worcester and The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts Conservatory present Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker," Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 24 - 26. The production will feature a full-sized live orchestra, Boston Ballet principal dancers Ashley Ellis and Yurl Yanowsky and local


Rich Garven: Grafton's Obi Melifonwu excited yet focused on facing Patriots

Henry-William Obiajulu Melifonwu was born in London and lived there for three years before moving with his family to the United States, first settling in Framingham and then, when Obi was in sixth grade, Grafton. Melifonwu loved to play sports while growing up in Central Mass. And when he wasn't tac


Here's a look at your Thanksgiving forecast in Massachusetts

As travelers prepare to hit the road or airport ahead of Thanksgiving, forecasters are mapping out the weather for the week ahead. On Thursday, the National Weather Service predicts Massachusetts will see chilly temperatures but sunny, dry conditions. Most of the state will see a high around 40 degr

MASSLIVE.COM - 2017-11-20 13:32:04

Worcester police make arrest in string of bank robberies

WORCESTER - Police allege a Chelsea man is responsible for a string of bank robberies in the city. James Monteiro, 41, was taken into custody over the weekend at a residence on Maple Tree Lane, according to police. Detectives have linked him to robberies of Bank of American, Santander Bank, Country

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-20 14:29:00