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Past articles by Rich:

Dozens of 'migrant' families being moved to Plymouth, Kingston

Plymouth and Kingston are scrambling to provide social services after the state relocated dozens of families to hotels in their towns this week. → Read More

Plymouth South opens food bank in lobby, students in need will have weekend food supplies

Plymouth South High School students are encouraged to “shop the shelves” Friday afternoons as classes are ending for the week. → Read More

Plymouth hires architectural firm to determine if a new elementary school is needed

Architects are touring local elementary schools this week as part of a study to determine if Plymouth needs a new school. → Read More

8th annual Shop with a Cop event helps prepare Plymouth students for return to classes

Plymouth's school resource officers took a group of students shopping at Old Navy as part of the 8th annual Shop with a Cop event. → Read More

Marshfield Fair beekeeper Lacy Kelleher is soon to be a Nathaniel Morton Kindergartener

Plymouth beekeeper Lacy Kelleher brings her love of honey bees to the Plymouth County Beekeepers exhibit at the Marshfield Fair. → Read More

Remember DreamRide going from Washington D.C. to Plymouth? It's back, here are the details

A modest group of riders traveled into the forest for the fun ride, but a solid team of 10 are on board for the next DreamRide. → Read More

At Plymouth Boys and Girls Club, students use photos to tell stories of trauma, resiliency

Give a kid a camera and you give a kid a voice. → Read More

Humpback whales feed in Plymouth waters, boaters warned to keep 100 feet away for safety

A feeding frenzy of whales off Manomet has produced a photo frenzy among boaters. → Read More

Community steps up after back-to-back Plymouth fires destroy two homes, displace families

A community effort is underway to help the McLaughlin and Hayward families, whose homes were devastated by fires one day apart. → Read More

Fire on charter fishing boat carrying 54 passengers and crew out of Plymouth

PLYMOUTH – Fire erupted in the engine room of a party boat carrying 54 passengers and crew out of Plymouth Harbor Monday morning. → Read More

'West Wing' star Allison Janney visits Plymouth for NBC’s 'Who Do You Think You Are?'

Hollywood comes to Plymouth this weekend as actress Allison Janney looks for Pilgrim roots on the documentary series, “Who Do You Think You Are?” → Read More

Plymouth school committee responds to dress code complaints from students

Plymouth school officials are reviewing the district's dress code after complaints from students that the existing policy is sexist and unfair. → Read More

Restaurant will go in former Isaac's location in Plymouth with a familiar face next year

Hynes described it as a mix of the classic Boston restaurants. Like The Capital Grille and Legal Seafood, but at half the price, he said. → Read More

Plymouth schools hires Breyaunna Hattab as 1st diversity, equity and inclusion coordinator

Local officials see Hattab taking an active role in advocating and developing programming when classes resume in the fall. → Read More

Plymouth students draw inspiration from town herring run for annual art show

The Plymouth Community Intermediate School could have been mistaken for an underwater oasis during its annual art show. → Read More

Indian Brook Elementary students in Plymouth dig into learning, plant vegetable gardens

Some of the harvest will eventually go to a spaghetti lunch that the the district’s chefs will cook up next fall using tomatoes and fresh herbs. → Read More

Principals will switch schools as Plymouth fills administrative posts from within

Two of Plymouth's elementary school principals will switch schools next year. → Read More

Unmanned Mayflower Autonomous Ship, under solar-powered AI, cruising to Plymouth

Mayflower Autonomous Ship is back on the ocean, sailing to America. → Read More

Glass eel migration up Plymouth Town Brook a sight to see outside the Plimoth Grist Mill

Ladders aren't just for herring anymore. Ever seen an eel? If you go to the right place in Plymouth right now, you can see 10s of thousands. → Read More

Plymouth's Memorial Day parade to return after pandemic hiatus

For the first time in three years, the town will observe Memorial Day with a parade through downtown. → Read More