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Local Plymouth News

Restoration of Mayflower II drawing to a close
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

Caulking irons bang a loud and steady beat as restoration of Mayflower II nears the home stretch at Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard at Mystic Seaport.

Plymouth man sentenced for Braintree break-in
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

DEDHAM — A Plymouth man who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a Braintree bank break-in was sentenced to three- to five-years in state prison.Stephen M. Reddy, 37, pleaded guilty in Norfolk County Superior Court earlier his month to breaking and entering at night, breaking into a depository and possession of burglarious tools.Norfolk Superior Court judge Douglas Wilkins imposed the prison time along with two years of probation that will include drug screens and [...]

Everett casino will serve alcohol until 4 a.m.
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MAY 22, 2019.....Active gamblers at Encore Boston Harbor in Everett will be able to get complimentary alcoholic beverages from the time bars close at 2 a.m. until 4 a.m. after the Gaming Commission voted Wednesday to approve the casino's later last call.Encore Boston Harbor Vice President Jacqui Krum said casinos in Nevada serve alcohol 24 hours and said alcohol service between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. is "something our customers expect and anticipate." She said the [...]

Polling place controversy at The Pinehills in Plymouth
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

Is Precinct 15’s polling location the right one, or should it be moved?

Plymouth Select Board reorganizes
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

The Select Board reorganized Tuesday night, as newly-elected Select Board member Patrick Flaherty and newly re-elected Select Board member Shelagh Joyce were sworn in.

Town of Plymouth announces paving project
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

PLYMOUTH — The Town of Plymouth’s Department of Public Works seeks to notify residents and visitors of several paving projects that will begin throughout the town this week.Barring inclement weather and any unforeseen circumstances, operations are scheduled to occur during the days and times listed below. The public is advised to plan for traffic delays related to these projects.Billington Sea Road: between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. May 24, the town’s [...]

Tall ship Providence visit to Plymouth postponed
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

The Chamber was contacted Tuesday by the foundation that the Providence would not be able to make it as scheduled.

Taylor Ave., Plymouth, completion date misses the mark
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

Even when something is set in stone – or concrete in this case – it’s not always true.

Prop 2 1/2 overrides disappearing, but taxpayers still pay
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

It’s that time of year again.The weather is warming, flowers are blooming and municipalities across the state are hosting Town Meetings, a form of local government dating back more than 300 years, which historically has given residents the opportunity to help decide on various issues related to local governance and spending.More recently, however, the scope of Town Meeting decisions has narrowed for many communities, and a lot of time is spent debating whether to fund [...]

Report from the beach
Posted on Wednesday May 22, 2019

The Crossover at Plymouth Long Beach will open for the season on Saturday, May 25.