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See what some of the most common winter birds are
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

The Audubon Society is looking for volunteers to help with its annual bird census, the longest-running animal census in the world. There are 34 bird census sites in Massachusetts. Some of the common birds in Massachusetts are: 

Cushing Centers students share the Christmas spirit
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

Developmentally-challenged students at the Cardinal Cushing Centers in Hanover are getting more widely known for their hand-made crafts. The crafts are sold at a campus gift shop and at “pop-up stores” elsewhere.

Plymouth waterfront tradition reappears on town wharf
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

PLYMOUTH – Despite a year of challenges, including long-delayed improvements to the Leo F. DeMarsh Boat Ramp, Plymouth’s local fishermen have come through again. The Lobster Pot Christmas Tree has reappeared on the town wharf.Built almost entirely out of traps donated by Plymouth-based lobstermen this 15 foot tall “tree” also features a variety of other actual lobstering equipment, including buoys and colorful safety equipment, all topped by an oversized [...]

Former Bruins player guilty of selling pills in Braintree, Plymouth
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

BOSTON - Former Bruins player Kevin Stevens has pleaded guilty to federal drug charges stemming form the sale of prescription narcotics in Braintree, Plymouth and elsewhere in Massachusetts.Stevens, a Pembroke resident who played briefly for the Bruins in the 1990s and retired from professional hockey in 2002, now faces up to 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine, though federal prosecutors have agreed to recommend a much lighter sentence as part of a plea deal filed Thursday [...]

Federal nuclear plant inspector's email leak angers Plymouth officials
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

Meeting in emergency session Wednesday afternoon the Board of Selectmen voted to demand the attendance of a representative of the NRC at an upcoming board meeting to “explain the unauthorized release of information, their information circulation protocol, and to place that material in some context.”

See what some of the most uncommon winter birds are
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

The Audubon Society is looking for volunteers to help with its annual bird census, the longest-running animal census in the world. There are 34 bird census sites in Massachusetts. Some of the uncommon and extremely rare birds in Massachusetts are: 

Plymouth police log for Dec. 5-7
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

The following are excerpts from the Plymouth police log for Monday, Dec. 5, through Wednesday, Dec. 7. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.Monday, Dec. 59:08 a.m.: An intoxicated person was reported on Samoset Street.11:25 a.m.: Breaking and entering was reported on Sharps Drive.12:21 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Algonquin Terrace. [...]

Mirbeau Hospitality Services names director of culinary operations
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

PLYMOUTH — The Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills, 35 Landmark Drive, announced that chef Stephen Coe has been appointed director of culinary operations for the Mirbeau Properties, overseeing culinary programming in Massachusetts and New York, as well as future development projects. In his new role, Coe leads the culinary team in The Pinehills and Skaneateles locations, and is responsible for selecting, hiring and management in front-of-house and back-of-house operations; the [...]

The Registry, Plymouth
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

With an ambiance that is reminiscent of a stylish boutique hotel than a condominium development, The Registry is perfectly at home in the heart of the exciting new redevelopment that is occurring around it, but with a restoration that maintains the character and charm of both the building and its setting.

Plymouth 400 to hold Mobile Device Drive
Posted on Friday December 09, 2016

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth 400 will host a Mobile Device Drive through Jan. 15, 2017, where residents can drop off mobile devices for Cell Phones for Soldiers. Cell Phones for Soldiers is a national nonprofit serving troops and veterans with free communication services and emergency funding. Founded in 2004 by Robbie and Brittany Bergquist, then 12 and 13 years old, Cell Phones For Soldiers relies on cash contributions and donations of gently used cell phones to provide a lifeline for the [...]