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Gov. Healey and others on Tuesday outlined a new plan aimed at mitigating damage as sea levels rise.
The surprise decision appears to open the door for Plymouth select board member John Mahoney, who narrowly lost to her two years ago.
The health care provider says its $18 million Long Pond Road complex will offer ‘state-of-the-art’ services. But the office closures are a blow for Cordage Park.
Friday’s tree lighting event will turn Main Street into a party venue.
Caffeine and conversation with Speedwell’s Derek Anderson
We’re not going to say “‘tis the season,” but you know what we mean – there’s a lot happening in town.
An electrocution, an oil spill, and disrepair: Residents of Mayflower Hills mobile home park have had it
They say they weren’t even told in advance that the property was being sold to a national management company.
Famous architects who have left their mark here include Charles Bulfinch and Graham Gund.
The Planning Board supports the idea as way to help address Plymouth’s housing crunch, but it faces a long road to approval.
The town’s surge in growth, especially in The Pinehills and other upscale developments, has worsened a long-festering problem.
The neglected waterfront park will be ‘bigger, better,’ says a longtime advocate for its overhaul.
See Plymouth CEO Lea Filson talks about why so many people come here, and what needs to happen if the town is going to attract more.