Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew Beaton announced the Department of Fish and Game’s Division of Ecological Restoration received a $790,290 grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the restoration of 250 acres of coastal freshwater wetlands in Plymouth.
This funding is the final amount needed for the Tidmarsh Restoration Project, the largest freshwater wetlands restoration effort to date in Massachusetts.
Selectmen voted to support the purchase of 161 Taylor Avenue during their Tuesday night meeting.
The Community Preservation Committee wants to tear down the two houses next to Bartlett Pond Brook in order to improve access to the area for Department of Public Works vehicles, CPC Chairman Bill Keohan said.
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7:08 a.m. Larceny on Beaver Dam Road
9:18 a.m. Suspicious activity on Unity Circle
10:15 a.m. Threats on Long Pond Road
11:33 a.m. Warrant service on Briggs Avenue
Robert Parmenter, 29, of Briggs Avenue arrested on warrants for larceny over $250, and assault and battery. 2:19 p.m. Fraud on Beachwood Road
2:45 p.m. Harassment on Highland Terrace
3:20 p.m. Fraud on Shallow Pond Lane
5:29 p.m. Fraud on Jordan Road Continue Reading →
The Plymouth Police Department presented a $5,000 donation to the family of Charlee Casale, 3, a Manomet girl fighting leukemia. The donation was made through Cops for Kids with Cancer, an organization that provides funds to families throughout the Commonwealth in order to support the needs of these families. Continue Reading →
Kelsey Doyle of Plymouth South High School was named a Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholar by the Plymouth Interfaith Clergy Association. Each year the Clergy Association recognizes a senior from each high school. The schools choose a student whom they believe emulates the vision of Dr. King. The students must participate in activities in or out of school that demonstrate the qualities of respect, compassion and equality. Continue Reading →
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12:00 a.m. Motor vehicle accident on State Road
6:49 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on Route 3
6:30 a.m. Motor vehicle accident on Ship Pond Road
7:28 a.m. Larceny on Jamison Way Generators reported stolen from an unlocked garage at a construction site.
9:20 a.m. Motor vehicle accident on Route 3
11:10 a.m. Threats on Beaver Dam Road
2:04 p.m. Fraud on Barque Drive. Caller says he was denied a loan because someone took out a Home Depot credit card in his name.
2:29 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on Pearl Street.
Join the Plymouth Public Library at Plymouth South High School on Saturday March 7th from 9 – 11:30 a.m. . They promise a delicious breakfast (including gluten free options), pictures with your favorite characters, storytelling with the great “Big Ryan” and lots of other surprises! Read more at Around the Mayflower. Continue Reading →
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