Manomet Current

Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ Student Workshop begins August 11 at Priscilla Beach Theatre

Registration is now open for the upcoming student workshop of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” at Priscilla Beach Theatre. Directed by Artistic Director Emeritus Geronimo Sands, cast members will meet weekdays from July Aug. 11 – 21, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. to develop performance skills, train, and rehearse. “The Tempest,” one of Shakespeare’s best known plays […] The post Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ Student Workshop begins August 11 at Priscilla Beach Theatre appeared first on The Manomet Current.
Manomet Current

Pilgrims swept by Newport in double header

Going into Monday, the Plymouth Pilgrims needed just one win to clinch first place in the Southern Division. They are still looking for that win. The Pilgrims (27-10) were swept in a double-header by the Newport Gulls, losing the first game 6-2 and the second 2-0. The Gulls, with the wins, clinched the season series […] The post Pilgrims swept by Newport in double header appeared first on The Manomet Current.
Manomet Current

Plymouth police log for July 28

7:41 a.m. General disturbance on Long Pond Road 11:22 a.m. Harassment on Farnam Drive 1:39 p.m. Suspicious activity on Chapman Lane 3:36 p.m. Suspicious activity on Long Pond Road 8:39 p.m. Harassment on Long Pond Road 10:22 p.m. Noise complaint on Taylor Avenue Arrests Aron Anderson, 24, of Long Pond Road arrested on multiple warrants. The post Plymouth police log for July 28 appeared first on The Manomet Current.
South Shore Mama

Family Fun Day at Patriots Training Camp & The Hall at Patriot Place

Spend a family fun day in Foxboro at Patriots Training Camp, then stop by The Hall at Patriot Place!
South Shore Mama

The Week Ahead: July 28-Aug 3

What's going on around town this week? Patriots Training Camp, library science, free kids workshops and much more!
South Shore Mama

Stop & Shop’s 100th Anniversary & Gift Card Giveaway

Stop & Shop is celebrating their anniversary all summer long!
Boston Globe

Obituary: Doris T. Devlin

DEVLIN, Doris T. "Terri" In Plymouth, succumbed after a long battle with cancer on July 17th. She is survived by her loving husband James of Plymouth. Devoted and loving mother of Melissa Foley & her husband Jason of Pembroke, Theresa Baird of Marshfield, Paulie Devlin of Plymouth and Thomas Baird of Heaven. She was also the loving & devoted grandmother of Hailey & Brielle Foley of Pembroke. The daughter of Martha Hickey & the late Arthur Hickey of Pembroke. Sister to Billy Hickey of Savin Hill, MaryAnn Huber of Quincy & Betty Storm & her husband Adam of Vermont & life long friend Terry May of Duxbury, Doris is also survived by many loving nephews, nieces & family & friends. ...
Boston Globe

Obituary: Colleen M. Collins

COLLINS, Colleen M. Place Text Here Richard Davis Funeral Home(508) 746-2231
Boston Globe

Obituary: Henry J. Guindon

GUINDON J. Henry "Jack" 79, of Plymouth, formerly of Mashpee and Sudbury, passed away at the Beth Israel Hospital in Plymouth on July 13. Beloved husband of Helen "Sue" (Johnson) Guindon of Plymouth. Loving father of Diane Guindon of Franklin, Joyce Lukkarinen and her husband Mark of Merrimack, NH, Nancy Stearns and her husband Eddie of Marion, Susan Connor of Plymouth, Laura Guindon of Yarmouth Port, Scott Guindon and his wife Heather of Plymouth, Dan Guindon and his wife Tara of Holden, Emily Callahan and her husband Erik of Fitchburg. Brother of Marie Greim of Lexington, Paul Guindon of Franklin, and Bobby Guindon of Venice, FL. He also leaves 21 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.Jack was ...
Boston Globe

Obituary: William G. Watson

WATSON, William G. 84, of Plymouth and Naples Fl, passed away at the Life Care Center of Plymouth on July 9. Beloved husband of Dorothy (Walsh) Watson of Plymouth. Father of Marianne Watson of Fl, Laurel Watson, Gerald C. McDonald and his wife Melissa of Rutland, MA, Deborah McDonald of Wayland, and the late William Watson. He also leaves a brother Robert Watson of FL, a sister Virginia Amor of NV, 2 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, 2 nieces and a nephew. William was born in Lynn the son of Bernard and Mary Catherine (Donovan) Watson. He graduated from St. Mary's High School in Lynn, Salem State University and attended Boston University. William served in the U.S. Army during the Korean ...
Boston Globe

Reports: Custodian Dead Following Hazmat Incident at Plymouth Elementary School

A custodian was killed and ten others were hospitalized in a reported hazardous material incident this morning at Manomet Elementary School in Plymouth, according to multiple media reports.
Your Town

20 medical marijuana dispensary licenses awarded in Mass.

State health officials Friday released the names of companies that will receive the first 20 licenses to open medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts.
Your Town

Photo gallery: Elizabeth Warren talks about flood insurance

US Senator Elizabeth Warren visited Marshfield on January 21 to discuss potential changes to flood-insurance regulations that have sharply raised premiums for many South Shore residents.
Your Town

Free rides after 8 p.m., extra service on MBTA for New Year's Eve

The MBTA said it will continue its annual tradition of offering free rides after 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, while boosting service on its subway and commuter rail lines to accommodate people traveling to celebrate First Night.
Your Town

Therese Murray says she will make her election plans known by April

Heading into the new year, Senate President Therese Murray is feeling no sense of urgency to make her future political plans public before April, the month nomination papers to run for office are due to local clerks.
Your Town

Transportation bill includes money for bike paths around the state

The transportation bond bill making its way through committees on Beacon Hill retains the walking and bicycling path spending at the same level the governor requested even as the overall spending authorized in the bill is significantly smaller.
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