PSHS students kick off food drive

The Plymouth South High School Freshman Football team went to The Market at the Pinehills to participate in a food drive.  All the donations and items went to needy families in town.

Students are also holding a food drive for the Christ Church food pantry from December 1 to December 5. Donations can be dropped off at the main office or the cafeteria.

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On the Agenda for the week of November 23, 2014

Monday, November 24
Planning Board, 7 p.m. at Town Hall

  • 7:05 p.m. Town of Plymouth, Fire Department, 260 Old Sandwich Road, Map 78A, Lot 11-257: Special Permits subject to EDC in order to erect a communication tower.

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Plymouth police log for November 19 and November 20, 2014

November 19
1:13 p.m. Suspicious activity on State Road

November 20
7:22 a.m. Suspicious activity on Thatcher Road
6:55 p.m. Suspicious activity on Winthrop Road
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Students collect candy for the troops

Plymouth South Middle School 6th graders show off some of the 14 cases of Halloween candy that was collected to send overseas as part of the Candy for our Troops Program.   Continue Reading →

OBITUARY: Taylor C. Sotirkys, 24, loved music and soccer

Taylor C. Sotirkys, 24, of Plymouth, died Sunday November 16 in Plymouth.

She was the loving daughter of Charles P. and Mary F. (Collins) Sotirkys.

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Pilgrim Station testing sirens today

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station will be testing its siren system at 3:45 p.m., today. The test will consist of a three-minute tone. According to an Entergy statement, there is no reason for the public to take any action during the test. Continue Reading →

Plymouth-Carver High School class of 1975 reunion

The Plymouth-Carver High School Class of 1975 Reunion Committee takes place Saturday, August 1, 2015.
The Reunion Committee is looking for names and addresses of missing classmates, and is also looking for those interested in helping to make the reunion a success.

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Plymouth South Middle School students honor veterans


On Monday, November 10, the 5th graders of Plymouth South Middle School, along with the 6th grade chorus, presented a Veteran’s Day Ceremony to honor the friends and family of PSMS students who have served, or are currently serving, in our military.

Chorus Director Lea Tyler coordinated the program which included a history of Veteran’s Day presented by Sam Filipi, Sophia Harrington and Olivia Rotondo, the singing of the “Star Spangled Banner” and “Thank You, Soldiers” by the 6th grade chorus, and a faculty performance of “In Flanders Fields.”

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Submit your event to The Manomet Current Calendar

Entertainment venues and non-profit groups in Plymouth are welcome to submit their events to The Manomet Current’s free online calendar. To get your event listed, click here. If you already list events on Facebook, e-mail us at, and send us a  link to your Facebook page and we can automatically import your calendar listings. Continue Reading →

Everett man arrested for sexual assault

Plymouth police charged an Everett man for aggravated rape, Tuesday night. The incident, according to Captain John Rogers, happened last week. He provided no other details. Myron Harmon, 47, was arrested at his home by Everett police. Continue Reading →