The price tag of the troubled sewer project on Water Street has doubled to $9 million. Now, as construction ramps up to finish a job that had to be paused […]
The Water Street sewer installation project begins again in early December. Here’s what to expect. For more information, visit the town’s project page.
Over the objection of its longtime chair, the town’s Community Preservation Committee Thursday narrowly voted to fund an administrative position that would do some work for the committee but report […]
State Senator Susan Moran, a Plymouth and Barnstable Democrat, is not running for re-election in 2024, and instead plans to run for clerk of Barnstable County Superior Court in next […]
The Plymouth select board had two candidates to choose from when they were making an appointment to the town’s conservation commission last month. One was a retired orthopedic surgeon, an […]
Taking a third swing at the ball, the planning board is proposing a zoning change that would make it easier for single-family homeowners in Plymouth to add a second living […]
After decades of decline, years of planning, design, and redesign, a $5 million restoration of Stephens Field is finally underway. Construction at the waterfront park just south of downtown began […]