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Local Plymouth News

More than 50 Plymouth residents chosen to serve on 17 committees
Posted on Sunday June 24, 2018

You might call town committees the hand that rocks the cradle of small town democracy. The 1820 Courthouse was certainly rocking last Tuesday night.

PACTV addressing 1820 Courthouse tech issues
Posted on Sunday June 24, 2018

They’ve been having technical difficulties, so please stand by.

INTERACTIVE MAP: Find a Fourth of July celebration near you
Posted on Sunday June 24, 2018

Here is a map of Fourth of July activities from the North Shore to the Cape.

PFLAG and SShAGLY meetings
Posted on Sunday June 24, 2018

7 p.m. June 25, First Parish Church, 842 Tremont St., Duxbury.

Joe Andruzzi & Friends Golf Tournament
Posted on Sunday June 24, 2018

Joe Andruzzi & Friends Golf Tournament: 8 a.m., June 25, Pinehills Golf Club, 54 Clubhouse Drive, Plymouth.

Vibrant furniture making its way to downtown parks as part of Plymouth arts initiative
Posted on Saturday June 23, 2018

PLYMOUTH — Downtown Plymouth is becoming more beautiful and comfortable at the same time.The completion of the second phase of a community arts initiative will place 13 Adirondack chairs, three benches and two picnic tables in parks and public spaces downtown and along the waterfront.All 18 pieces of furniture were designed and painted by area artists as part of The Color and Light of Plymouth project.Town Manager Robin Carver spearheaded the project, [...]

End of Plymouth student garden club includes a healthy harvest meal
Posted on Saturday June 23, 2018

Graduation from Healthy Plymouth’s spring garden club program this week included a fresh and delicious snack. But students had to harvest it first.

Plymouth state park improvements progress
Posted on Saturday June 23, 2018

The chainlike fences went up, the earth movers rolled in, Mayflower II is still missing, and even Massassoit looks a little surprised standing on Cole’s Hill, surrounded by upheaval.

Plymouth news briefs, June 23
Posted on Saturday June 23, 2018

List your local organization's community news in Briefly.

Malissa Kenney named Unsung Heroine
Posted on Saturday June 23, 2018

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth resident Malissa Kenney was recently named Unsung Heroine by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women.State Rep. Mathew Muratore, R-Plymouth, recommended Kenney for this recognition because of her efforts in creating opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as her involvement with many organizations throughout the town of Plymouth. [...]