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Past articles by Dave:

Let's Eat, Ledgerland: Southern BBQ meets New England seafood at Surfside in Plymouth

Southern barbecue and traditional New England seafood are the perfect pairing at Surfside Smokehouse in Plymouth. → Read More

Actual descendants used for designing new William Bradford statue

Faces of descendants of William Bradford were used to create a new statue of the Plymouth Colony's second governor, an original Mayflower passenger. → Read More

Let's Eat, Ledgerland: 'Everything is new' at Pebbles Restaurant in Plymouth

Rusty Romboldi, owner of Ziggy’s Ice Cream, opened Pebbles Restaurant in Plymouth after renovating the space and upgrading the menu. → Read More

Walking to White Horse Beach is an easy roll and stroll now

A manmade mat was installed at one of the entrances to White Horse Beach, making it easier for disabled and elderly people to walk to the beach → Read More

1620 Winery wins big at international competition

1620 Winery of Plymouth won a silver medal and three bronze awards at an international wine competition this summer → Read More

T-Bones closes: Another Plymouth business shut down by COVID-19

After a long battle survive the pandemic, T-Bones Roadhouse in Downtown Plymouth closes for good → Read More

Oh rats! Pest problem has Plymouth perturbed

The Board of Health is dealing with a growing problem of rats and other rodents around town due to increased construction, trash and other issues → Read More

Row, row, row their boat: Atlantic rowers find a safe port from the storm in Plymouth

A Plymouth couple opened up their home for three men attempting row across the Atlantic Ocean when they had to pause their expedition due to weather → Read More

The buzz about the bees: Plan in place to protect pollinators in Plymouth

Plymouth approves pollinator protection plan in hopes of creating jobs and creating economic opportunities → Read More

Summer fun returns Wednesday with free concerts on Plymouth Waterfront

This summer, amps will be cranking on the waterfront every Wednesday evening. That’s because the Project Arts Free Summer Concert Series is back. → Read More

Plymouth County Triad keeps seniors safe and secure

Law enforcement, public safety and councils on aging work together to keep older adults safe and secure through the Plymouth County Triad program. → Read More

Plymouth Lions Club Solar Plunge hopes to raise $30,000 for local food banks

Plymouth Lions Club is sponsoring the Solar Plunge July 18 for teams to raise money for local food banks. → Read More

Plymouth prepares for public participation at Pride Month events

Plymouth Pride honors LGBTQ+ community during Pride Month with series of events designed to bolster diversity and unity this weekend. → Read More

Vendors can register now for Plymouth Waterfront Festival

The Plymouth Waterfront Festival is scheduled for Aug. 28 and vendors can now apply to lease space at the large annual summer celebration → Read More

Plymouth paratrooper found dead in barracks at Fort Bragg, N.C., investigation underway

The U.S. Army is reporting the Spc, Joshua Diamond of Plymouth was found dead in his barracks at Fort Bragg. → Read More

4 residents declare interest in empty Plymouth Select Board seat

So far, four Plymouth residents have taken out papers to run in a special election for the empty Select Board seat. → Read More

New incarnation of Clay Chick opens on Long Pond Road

Chickie Celli, also known as the Clay Chick, has opened a new pottery store and workshop on Long Pond Road in Plymouth → Read More

Soaring with eagles: Bald eagle chicks banded in Plymouth

Mass Wildlife officials banded two baby bald eagles in Plymouth to help scientists keep track of vital data on habitat and life cycles → Read More

A year later, Plymouth 400 ready to remember town’s anniversary

After a year interrupted by COVID-19, Plymouth finally gets the chance to commemorate the 400th anniversary of its founding. → Read More

Shallop scheduled to return to Plymouth Harbor June 19

Following a lengthy rehabilitation, the Shallop II will sail home to Plymouth Harbor to take its place on the waterfront next to the Mayflower II → Read More