Pinehills woman recognized for service to Talking Information Center

Pat Cotta of Plymouth was recognized for her five years of service to the Talking Information Center  at their Annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast and awards ceremony held last month at the Village at Proprietors Green Assisted Living Facility in Marshfield. TIC operates with the help of more than 500 volunteers statewide, broadcasting newspapers, magazines, books, special consumer information, medical and stock market updates, jobs, sports, supermarket specials, voting guides, community newspapers, and television programs. TIC also offers cultural programming such as old-time radio drama, theater, and poetry. Continue Reading →

Yoga at the Wildlands Trust

Join Tamreh Herlihy for an all levels gentle flow yoga class at the Wildlands Trust headquarters at 675 Long Pond Road on May 31 from 6 to 7:15 p.m. 

Connect with nature, yourself, and your community in this gentle and meditative class. Bring balance to your body, mind and heart as we strengthen and stretch, breath and move. Bring a yoga mat, small blanket, and dress comfortably. Indoor space available in case of inclement weather.

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Plymouth police log and arrests for May 17, 2017

2:39 a.m. Harassment on Cottontail Trail
4:46 a.m. Harassment on Sunset Avenue
10:50 a.m. General disturbance on White Horse Road
11:37 a.m. Fraud on Long Pond Road
2:42 p.m. Fraud on Papa’s Hollow
5:14 p.m. Suspicious activity on Bartlett Road
5:58 p.m. Traffic complaint on State Road
Bartlett Road man, 56, arrested for number plate violation, operating a motor vehicle with a revoked or suspended license, uninsured motor vehicle and unregistered vehicle. 6:27 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on State Road Continue Reading →

CANDIDATE QUESTIONS: Stephen Michael Palmer for Redevelopment Authority

The Manomet Current has posted a list of questions for candidates in all contested offices. You can find the questions here.

Name: Stephen Michael Palmer

Running for: Redevelopment Authority

Street: Martingale Lane

Served on Town Boards and Committees: Town Meeting Member #5

Running for office: To develop more affordable housing.

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Plymouth police log for May 16, 2017

2:52 a.m. Animal complaint on Old Beach Road
6:18 a.m. Suspicious activity on Sunset Avenue
10:11 a.m. Suspicious activity on State Road
Someone reportedly posted  the Bible passage John 2:16, “To those who sold the doves, he said, ‘Take these things out of here. Do not make my Father’s house a marketplace.'” to the door of the old Saint Bonaventure. 
2:00 p.m. Suspicious activity on State Road
5:34 p.m. Harassment on Tide View Path
6:46 p.m. Simple Assault on Beaver Dam Road
7:30 p.m. General disturbance on Patriot Circle Continue Reading →

Emma Machado presents research at Assumption College symposium

Emma Machado of Plymouth was one of 90 students selected to present an original academic research project at Assumption College’s 23rd Annual Undergraduate Symposium, held April 24-25 on the College’s Worcester Campus.

The undergraduate symposium serves to highlight the research and scholarly achievements of Assumption students working in collaboration with dedicated faculty mentors. The symposium provides the campus community with the opportunity to gain a greater appreciation of and applaud the individual and collective accomplishments of the College’s faculty and students.

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Plymouth police log and arrests for May 15, 2017

2:05 p.m . Motor vehicle accident on Rocky Hill Road
Car reportedly attempted to pass another car, then swerved off the road to avoid an oncoming box truck. The car flipped on its side. The driver, an 18-year-old Plymouth man and his passenger were taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Plymouth with minor injuries. He was cited for negligent operation of a motor vehicle. 
5:16 p.m. Suspicous activity oin Long Pond Road
5:31 p.m. Traffic complaint on Long Pond Road
Pond Terrace woman, 46, arrested for unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to signal. Continue Reading →