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Recent articles by Rich:

Crash on Route 3 in Plymouth sends 7 to hospital

PLYMOUTH – Seven people were taken to the hospital after a crash on Route 3 late Monday morning. → Read More

Nancy Rozak honored with Project Lead The Way’s Outstanding Teacher Award

Nancy Rozak was honored last week with Project Lead The Way’s 2021-2022 Outstanding Teacher Award for her work in Plymouth’s bio-med program. → Read More

Haunted Plymouth: Ghost hunters have plenty of spiritual material to explore

Historic downtown Plymouth is haunted. → Read More

Ax throwing comes to downtown Plymouth

Longhouse Axe Throwing and Craft Beer gives people a chance to find their inner Viking by tossing axes at wooden targets. → Read More

Charity in memory of Plymouth 9/11 victim quietly carries on her spirit of giving

When Jennifer Kane died in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, many came forward with stories of how the young accountant had changed their lives. → Read More

Plymouth Airport looking to a future with smaller, quieter aircraft

Plymouth Municipal Airport is gearing up for what could be a wild ride in the sky within the next decade. → Read More

Earning a place in history: Mayflower II named to National Register of Historic Places

A new plaque on the waterfront confirms what Plymouth residents have known for decades – that Mayflower II is one historic ship. → Read More

After learning to fly at 50, Plymouth pilot now advocates for airports across the state

After a long career in public radio and television, Tom Hurley has turned from airwaves to airways. → Read More

Dead whale generating stench on beach in Manomet

PLYMOUTH – A minke whale is causing a stinky problem in Manomet. → Read More

Plymouth christens new, $4.5 million maritime center with traditional bottle break

The town finally got to christen its new Maritime Center and, make no mistake, this is no harbormaster’s shack. → Read More

Look for jury duty notices in the mail as trial courts return to normal operations

Trial courts throughout the state eased COVID-19 restrictions last week in yet another sign of the continuing recovery from the pandemic. → Read More

Bet your bottom dollar: Plymouth students return to the stage with production of 'Annie Jr.'

After more than a year of COVID-19 restrictions, the sun is shining once again on the Plymouth Public Schools’ theatrical department. → Read More

A best-kept secret: How 230 miles of hiking trails connect the suburbs of Boston

The Bay Circuit Trail travels 230 miles, from Bay Farm on Kingston Bay in Duxbury in the south to the beach at Plum Island in Newbury to the north. → Read More

Installing air conditioning in old elementary schools could cost Plymouth millions

Supt. Christopher Campbell said it will cost up to $10 million to air condition Plymouth's four oldest elementary schools. → Read More

Bonfires will once again blaze on Plymouth's beaches July 3

A decades-old tradition returns to the beaches of Manomet next week as the town gets an early start to the nation’s birthday. → Read More

Driver killed in crash on Route 3 in Plymouth

A woman died on Monday afternoon after crashing her car into the Eel River in Plymouth. → Read More

Endangered right whales return to waters off Plymouth

Endangered North American right whales return to Cape Cod Bay to feed in late winter and early spring. → Read More

CommuKNITy Art: Fiber artists to celebrate renewal through Plymouth public art project

Local fiber artists are joining forces this spring to welcome the new season and say goodbye to the pandemic. → Read More

Michael Botieri to retire as Plymouth police chief after 13 years at the helm

Police Chief Michael Botieri will retire by fall. → Read More

South Plymouth woman accused of shooting husband

PLYMOUTH – A South Plymouth woman faces an attempted murder charge after allegedly shooting her husband Monday at their home. → Read More