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Shannon Gillis - Norwood Hockey

Norwood senior Shannon Gillis spent a lot of time at her aunt and uncle’s house as a child; it was here that she was introduced to the sport of ice hockey. Now, over a decade later, she is one of the cornerstones to the Mustangs defense. “I started playing might mites all because of my cousin Greg,” Gillis said. “He played hockey and I wanted to be like him. I thought that if I played hockey it would be cool.”
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Two Special Invitations from Parkway Concert Orchestra

The Norwood community has received a special invitation from local Parkway Concert Orchestra (PCO) members to attend two March events.
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Westwood’s University Station Opening This Month WIll include several new stores, restaurants, and more

by Liz TaurasiIt’s been years in the making, but despite some major roadblocks and delays, University Station in Westwood is finally opening for business in March. And with it comes some big name stores the area has been waiting for, including Target (set to open March 4, see related story on page 13) and Wegmans, both of which will anchor the complex. University Station, when fully complete, is expected to include approximately 550,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, along with residential apartments and more.
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Westwood’s University Station Opening This Month

Will include several new stores, restaurants, and moreIt’s been years in the making, but despite some major roadblocks and delays, University Station in Westwood is finally opening for business in March. And with it comes some big name stores the area has been waiting for, including Target (set to open March 4, see related story on page 13) and Wegmans, both of which will anchor the complex. University Station, when fully complete, is expected to include approximately 550,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, along with residential apartments and more.
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Norwood Shooting for Championship

Last winter the Norwood hockey team found themselves one win away from going to the Division 1 South Championship game. After finishing the regular season with an 11-5-4 record, the Mustangs took down Mansfield and Archbishop Williams in its first two games before losing to Barnstable in overtime in the Semi Finals. Norwood would like to avenge its loss and make its way into the championship game, but Coach Bill Clifford knows that it’s not going to be easy. “We lost a lot of talented skaters from last year’s team,” the Mustang’s Coach said.
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