Bird watching class at Manomet Center

Join Manomet’s Landbird Conservation Director Trevor Lloyd-Evans for an informative day of birding basics. Read more here. Continue Reading →

Plymouth police log and arrests for July 26, 2015

9:58 a.m. Suspicious activity on Old Langmore Way
1:19 p.m. Suspicious activity on State Road
3:12 p.m. Larceny on Long Pond Road
4:21 p.m. General disturbance on Bay Shore Drive
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CAPE AND PLYMOUTH BUSINESS: Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills appoints Tammo Goudsmit to Sales Manager

Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills  has expanded its sales team with the addition of Sales Manager Tammo Goudsmit. In this position, Goudsmit will be responsible for leading the sales efforts within the corporate and leisure markets, both regionally and nationally. Read more at Cape and Plymouth Business.   Continue Reading →

Plymouth police log and arrests for August 25, 2015

1:10 a.m. Suspicious activity on Bartlett Road
3:58 p.m. Animal complaint on Old Sandwich Road
Horse reported walking down middle of the road. 4:48 p.m. Suspicious activity on Heather Drive
6:50 p.m. Suspicious activity on Ellisville Drive
9:54 p.m. Traffic complaint on State Road
Westwinds Street man, 33, arrested for operating a motor vehicle with a revoked or suspended license and making an improper turn. Continue Reading →

CAPE COD TIMES: Pilgrim reactor restarted 3 days after shutdown

Operators at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station restarted the reactor Tuesday, three days after it automatically shut down when a valve that regulates the steam transfer from the reactor to the turbine closed unexpectedly. Read more at Cape Cod Times. Continue Reading →

Plymouth police log and arrests for August 21 to August 24, 2015

August 21

1:08 a.m. Explosives on Cochituate Road
12:51 p.m.  Motor vehicle accident on Route 3
1:09 p.m. Fraud on Turnberry Drive
5:06 p.m. Gunshots on State Road
10:24 p.m. Suspicions activity on Old Langmore Way
11:31 p.m. Noise complaint on Central Avenue
11:40 p.m. Noise complaint on Patriot Circle

August 22

1:09 a.m. Threats on Priscilla Beach Road
2:05 a.m. Explosives on Taylor Avenue
7:57 p.m. Harassment on Avenue A
8:38 p.m. Noise complaint on Old Sandwich Road
10:50 p.m. General disturbance on Ship Pond Road

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Plymouth woman receives Women of the Moose honor


Margaret “Peg” Masciulli of Plymouth was awarded the Women of the Moose “Green Cap” honor of distinction. at the Annual MA/RI State Moose Association Annual Convention in Andover, August 16.

The Green Cap is awarded to senior officers who earn the Award of Achievement during their term of office for their Chapter.  This award is recognized throughout the fraternity as a sign of excellence.

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On the Agenda for the week of August 23, 2015

Tuesday, August 25
Conservation Commission, 7 p.m. at Town Hall

7:00 PM    Town of Plymouth-Kim Tower, DMEA, 161 Taylor Avenue, Parcel ID 045B-000-014-024.  A Notice of Intent to demolish two dwellings, removal of asphalt and cesspool, and restore site back to coastal beach/coastal dune.  Project will include filling foundations with beach sand of similar grain size and stabilizing with American Beach Grass and Beach Plum.  Property is within coastal barrier beach, coastal dune, riverfront of Bartlett Brook and falls within a FEMA Flood Zone VE. 7:20 PM     Langone Trust, Catherine Tina Langone-Bailey, 83 Arboretum Road, Parcel ID 045-000-002-039. Continue Reading →

Steam valve problem shuts down Pilgrim

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station shut down Saturday afternoon after a main steam isolation valve closed, according to a statement from plant spokesman Lauren Burm. According to Burm, the cause of the valve closure is under investigation and the plant remains shut down.   Continue Reading →

Gas leaks found near Great Island Pond

A just released map showing leaks in gas lines throughout the state shows two unrepaired leaks in the area of the Pinehills, each on either side of Great Island Pond.

The map was assembled by a Cambridge-based non-profit, Home Energy Efficiency Team, and based on reports from Massachusetts gas companies, according to The Boston Globe. Under state law, the companies are required to report the location and age of all gas leaks.

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