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Moon Crowned King of the Ballroom

The third annual Dancing with the Wrentham Stars delivered an evening of excitement and fun as six local celebrities, along with their professional dance partners, put on a show to remember. When the evening ended, Adam Moon (pictured) was crowned the winner by the judges, and Jill Bell took home the top honor as the people’s choice winner for being the star who raised the most money. Collectively, the six stars brought in over $72,000. The community themed night took place in a newly renovated Lake Pearl Luciano's facility which looked spectacular. With the smell of fresh paint still in...
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Wrentham to Receive Funds to Repair Roads and Bridges

Representative Shawn Dooley announced Wrentham and the other towns in the 9th Norfolk District will receive funding for road and bridge repairs as part of a $200 million Chapter 90 bond authorization approved by the House of Representatives on March 25. Wrentham is scheduled to receive $421,761, while Plainville will receive $270,270 and $391,048 is budgeted for Norfolk. Here is the town by town breakdown. In total, the 9th District will receive $2.5 million: Medfield $395,580 Millis $276,020 Norfolk $391,048 Plainville $270,270 Walpole $782,130 Wrentham $421,761 “I am glad we were able to appropriate this money to help our towns...
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Wrentham Rec Flag Rugby

Wrentham Recreation Flag Rugby for boys and girls starts on Sunday, April 19 and runs for 10-weeks. The group plays on Sunday mornings, 9 to 10 a.m. at the Rice Complex on Emerald St., on the fields located behind the basketball courts. Coach Chip Walker, a USA Rugby Level 200 certified coach, promotes Safety as Rule #1. He makes sure the field is safe to play on and he makes sure the players are respectful to one another and that they do not deliberately hurt each other. Players are trained and groups based on the safety issues of age, skill,...
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