Brett Goode of Plymouth has completed the internship requirement at Colby-Sawyer College in New London, New Hampshire. Goode is a biology major. Internships are field experiences designed to provide a student learning opportunity under collaborative supervision between Colby-Sawyer College faculty, staff, and work site professionals. Internships offer the opportunity for students to enhance their academic programs with work experience related to career interests in all industry areas in national and international settings. Continue Reading →
A cut-at-thon to benefit Locks of Love was held Monday at Plymouth South High School.
The Cut-A-Thon was organized by Plymouth South High School student Kailee Taylor as her DECA project. Kailee says she was inspired by her father’s own battle with cancer and his subsequent hair loss.
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The 2014 season was a huge success for the Pilgrims as they went on to win 31 games and take the Southern Division championship and the players on the team were a special group.
Heading into 2015, the Pilgrims are hoping a little bit of that magic rubs off with the help of two returning players. Outfielder Brent Rooker (Mississippi State) and pitcher Coulton Lee (Arkansas State) will be coming back to Plymouth to help defend that division title.
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As the weather starts to get cold, the Pilgrims off-season is scorching hot start as they look to repeat as Southern Division champs in 2015.
Pitching in 2014 was the Pilgrims strong suit as the team featured a league leading 31 wins and a collective ERA of 2.35. Building the team for the coming season the Pilgrims want to build on that stellar performance and have turned to a collection of four young hurlers with local ties to contribute to the staff.
4:25 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on Long Pond Road
7:16 p.m. Drug overdose on Patriot Circle
9:38 p.m. Suspicious activity on Brook Road
A 25-year-old Cedarville man was arrested for operating under the influence of drugs after driving his car off Clifford Road, Saturday afternoon.
This was one of two times police encountered the man over the weekend.
A Patriot Circle woman, 56, died of a suspected heroin overdose Friday night.
According to Captain John Rogers, police who had been called to the scene initiated CPR until emergency medical technicians arrived. The victim was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth where she was pronounced dead.
Monday, December 15
Planning Board, 7 p.m. at Town Hall
- Performance Guarantee Reduction – B515, Nestle Down
- ZBA 3771 – Lucille King, 67 John Alden Road, Map 44, Lot 6-368 – Special Permits to waive front and side setback requirements and to enlarge a non-conforming structure in order to convert a 12’x12’ portion of a deck to an addition and convert the remaining deck to a porch
- Form A Plans: A4515 – Pinehills LLC, Boatwright’s Loop/Portside, Map 77E, Lots A-256 and A-264 – Divide to create lots 15-284 through 15-291, A-268 and A-269
- 7:15 Public Hearing: B594 – Trask Road Settlement VOSD, Map 50, Lot 34, Special Permit for a VOSD with waiver in order to create four single family dwellings with open space and associated infrastructure
Nuclear Matters Committee, 7 p.m. at PACTV, 4 Collins Road
The Simes House Foundation has rescheduled its general membership meeting to January.
According to an e-mail from the organization, this was due to a conflict with another event at the John Alden Club, where the meeting was to be held.