Pinehills resident receives ACS award at Relay For Life of Greater Plymouth

The 2014 Sandra C. Labaree Volunteer Values Award was presented to Judith Rogozenski during the opening ceremonies of this year’s Relay For Life of Greater Plymouth at Plymouth South High School.

Rogozenski gave  beads to walkers for each leap they completed during this “walk around the clock” to fight cancer. Rogozenski also created and coordinates the PartyLite Relay For Life National Corporate Team, for which Regional Ambassadors are nominated by company leaders to represent PartyLite nationwide at local Relay For Life events.

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Granby Lane woman charged with drunk driving

A 44-year-old Plymouth woman was arrested for drunk driving after allegedly running through a yield sign on Manomet Point Road Sunday evening.

According to Captain John Rogers, an officer monitoring traffic saw Donna Stefani of Granby Lane allegedly cut of another car on Manomet Point Road. The officer stopped her gold Lexus and reportedly determined she was intoxicated. She also allegedly had an open bottle of Goldschlager schnapps with her.

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Pilgrims win one, lose one to New Bedford

Entering Saturday’s game, the Plymouth Pilgrims had only lost twice in a row one time all season and wanted to keep that stretch going. Thanks to a tremendous pitching performance, they did.

The Pilgrims (24-7) beat the New Bedford Bay Sox 7-1 at Paul Walsh Field in New Bedford to split their home and home series. Starting pitcher Aaron Fossas tossed eight brilliant innings, giving up an unearned run on three hits while striking out six.

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OBITUARY: Colleen Collins, 60, dental assistant, enjoyed crafts and the outdoors

Colleen M. (O’Hara) Collins, 60, died at the Plymouth Rehabilitation Center in Plymouth on July 17.

Beloved wife of John Collins of Plymouth, loving mother of Jonathan Collins also of Plymouth. She leaves her parents, Leonard and Margaret (Creedon) O’Hara of Plymouth. Sister of Diane O’Hara of Canterbury NH, Ronald O’Hara of Plymouth, Jacqueline O’Hara of Brewster, Timothy O’Hara of Sagamore Beach and Thomas O’Hara of Duxbury. She also leaves many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

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