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A Plymouth County correctional officer pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Falmouth District Court to charges that he was driving drunk, resisted arrest and fled police officers in Buzzards Bay.
Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 At 1:05 p.m. Josette A. Roy, 33, of Pembroke, was arrested on a warrant for larceny by check and distributing a Class B substance.
He is survived by his son, William D. Beck Sr. and his wife, Donna, of Clinton; three grandchildren and their spouses, William D. Beck Jr. and Keri of Sterling, Laura Silvester and David of Clinton and Ashley Caouette and Ethan of Sterling; a great-grandson, Brian Silvester; his sister, Heidi Hawes of Plymouth; several nieces, nephews and many ... (more)
It is the ultimate Christmas light show. You think yours is good, sorry, you have nothing on this one out of Connecticut.
Photo taken under the NOAA permit #14603. Cape Cod Times/Steve Heaslip 042713sh03 CAPE COD BAY-- 04/27/13-- A pair of whales skim feed on Cape Cod Bay seen from aboard the Center for Coastal Studies Research Vessel Shearwater doing research on zooplankton and right whales.
In addition to a specific event at the P&B home, the company also hosted a Chamber of Commerce event at which representatives of the Plymouth Board of Selectmen presented a proclamation from the town to congratulate the company on its anniversary and contributions to the region.
The maps and lists below show part of what Plymouth looks like, by the numbers and by the block.
Here are five things you need to know Friday, Dec. 6. 1. There is an 80 percent chance of rain in Plymouth on Friday.
Looking to plan a family vacation that is both entertaining and educational? Go historical.
The National Marine Fisheries Service will on Monday make the rule permanent that requires large ships to slow down in areas along the Atlantic coast where North Atlantic right whales breed and feed.
Last week was an interesting week to be travelling in the United Kingdom. For rather obvious reasons, the British do not recognize Thanksgiving as a holiday at all.
The tax bill for the average single-family home in Quincy is expected to increase around $107, with Quincy officials finalizing the tax rate for the fiscal 2014.