What’s going on in Plymouth? It’s a question many of us have asked for years as local news coverage eroded. And it’s why the Plymouth Independent was started.
Plymouth resident Gregory Furtado, 41, died suddenly last week.
The public tree lightings of modern times would not have pleased Gov. Bradford.
One suspect was caught while allegedly breaking into his dead father’s home.
The 12th annual Winter Lights 5K was part of the tree lighting festivities downtown on Friday evening. Hundreds of runners, many dressed for the holidays, participated.
Scenes from the slightly soggy tree lighting festivities
Town manager Derek Brindisi says he’s ‘trying to avoid litigation,’ but responsibility for the busted budget is in dispute.
Tatum Stewart’s ambitious aspirations for downtown Plymouth are on full display seven days a week.
Simmering tensions between Community Preservation Committee members explode at contentious meeting.
Plus more of what’s happening around town in this week’s culture calendar.
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.
Select board members say they were unaware of the widely reported charges, which were eventually dropped.
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.
Caffeine and conversation with Speedwell’s Derek Anderson
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