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Learn the basics of yoga at free Duxbury program
Posted on Thursday February 23, 2017

The Duxbury Senior Center offers a free program to learn the history and basics of yoga on Friday March 10 from 1:30 to 3 p.m.

Plymouth school menus: Feb. 27-March 3
Posted on Thursday February 23, 2017

It's what's for lunch!

American Legion Auxiliary events
Posted on Thursday February 23, 2017

American Legion Auxiliary will host the following upcoming events. For more information, call Post 40 at 508-746-0009.

Special education schools make case for funding
Posted on Wednesday February 22, 2017

A proposed tuition freeze at state-regulated private schools that serve students with high needs will further squeeze tight budgets at those learning centers, special education advocates say.

Wicked Local's Winter Funcation will keep the family busy Feb. 22
Posted on Wednesday February 22, 2017

Bring the family to the Kingston Collection in Kingston today (Feb. 22) for a free day of non-stop fun featuring everything from storytelling, puppets and educational activities, to games, prize competitions, appearances by costumed characters, face painting and live musical performances.

Plymouth news briefs, Feb. 22
Posted on Wednesday February 22, 2017

List your local organization's community news in Briefly.

Plymouth proposes funding $16 million of capital requests
Posted on Wednesday February 22, 2017

PLYMOUTH – The municipal budget process is often called a balancing act, but a look at the way the town pays for departmental equipment and capital purchases and projects suggests that the skills of a juggler and even a magician are needed as well.Articles 8 and 9 on the warrant of this April’s Annual Town Meeting are a case in point.Department heads requested over $67 million in those two articles, far more than the town can afford.Town Manager Melissa [...]

Education commissioner recommends approval for charter school in North Plymouth
Posted on Wednesday February 22, 2017

A proposal to open a new local charter school for at-risk students has won a key endorsement.

FEATURE-A-TEACHER: Meet Amanda Murphy
Posted on Wednesday February 22, 2017

Amanda Murphy is an occupational therapist in five local schools

32 Plymouth North students qualify for state DECA competition
Posted on Wednesday February 22, 2017

Plymouth North's Marketing Career and Vocational Technical Education program recently sent 108 students to compete at Massachusetts DECA District I competition.