Pinehills man charged with assault

A Pinehills man is facing charges after allegedly threatening two people with a knife at a sober home Plymouth Center, Monday evening.

William Fitzgerald, 53, of Clam Pudding was ejected from the home when he reportedly failed a breath test, Captain John Rogers said. He then returned to the home and entered the kitchen through an open door. There, Rogers said, he allegedly found a kitchen knife and threatened two 34-year-old men who worked there.

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Testing set for water system expansion plan

The Town of Plymouth will be conducting geotechnical testing on  Clark Road, Beaver Dam Road, Long Pond Road and Jordan Road beginning  July 20, 2017:

This work is related to the design and permitting of the expansion of the Town’s municipal water system. This spring, Town Meeting provided funds to design and permit this project, which includes the development of two new groundwater supply facilities and the design of approximately 14 miles of water mains. The water system expansion will  include the installation of an elevated water storage tank, and the construction of valve control stations that will connect to the Town’s existing pressure zones. Construction of these proposed improvements would not occur until a subsequent Town Meeting Article approves funding.

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Court Street man arrested after allegedly crashing truck on Bartlett Road

a North Plymouth man was charged with drunk driving for the second time after he allegedly crashed his truck on Bartlett Road, Sunday night.

According to Captain John Rogers, Michael Creed, 27, of Court Street, was found in his Chevy Colorado truck stuck in a guardrail, near Tidmarsh Farms. There was, Rogers said, significant damage to the truck.

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Medical problem blamed for Manomet cliff crash

Police are citing a medical issue as the reason a 58-year-old Abington man drove his car off a Manomet cliff, Sunday afternoon.

According to Captain John Rogers, the driver was seen heading slowly down Strand Avenue, he then crashed through the wooden fence guarding a small grass area at the intersection of Strand and Manomet Avenues. The Lexus sedan fell 40 feet before resting on some trees, he said.

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On the Agenda for the week of July 10, 2017

  On the Agenda features items on town committee and board meetings of interest to the Manomet, Pinehills and South Plymouth neighborhoods.

Tuesday, July 11

Conservation Commission, 7 p.m. at Town Hall

  • 7:05 PM   White Horse Properties LLC, David MacDonald, Manager, 1-17 Short Street, Parcel ID 045-000-039-003.  A Request for Determination of Applicability to upgrade a septic system, in the buffer zone of a Bordering Vegetated Wetland of Bartlett Brook.
  • 7:20 PM   Paul P. Ravinski, et ux, 68 and 72 Bay Shore Drive, Parcel ID 043-000A-162-000 and 043-000A-163-000.  A Request for an Amended Order of Conditions for DEP File No. SE57-2569 in order to repair and revegetate an eroding Coastal Bank including installation of an overflow pipe to move stormwater from the top of the bank to the bottom of bank.  A complete project narrative is available in the Conservation office.

Board of Selectmen, 7 p.m. at Town Hall

  • 7:50 p.m. Presentation on the Simes House
Wednesday, July 12

Board of Health, 7 p.m. at Town Hall

  • 7:15 pm Septic Variance Request: 833 State Road – Parcel ID # 048-000-006A-001 Engineer: John Culver Spink

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Pitchers shine as Pilgrims split two

A quality start in baseball is defined as an outing in which a pitcher throws at least six innings and allows no more than three earned runs. On Wednesday, the Plymouth Pilgrims spoiled a quality start from Jonathan Bermudez (St. Leo), falling to the Valley Blue Sox by a final score of 12-5. What was an even game between the Pilgrims and the Blue Sox through seven innings turned lopsided in the top half of the eighth. Read more here. Continue Reading →