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No Latitude 360 for Kingston Collection
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

Latitude 360 Inc., which defines itself as the "ultimate upscale multi-dimensional entertainment eatery," announced Friday (Aug. 28) that it will not pursue its long-touted plans to open a location in the Kingston Collection.

CAPE COD CRANBERRY GROWERS' ASSOCIATION: Crop forecast indicates more bountiful harvest
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

During the Cape Cod Cranberry Growers’ Association annual meeting, held this year in Plympton, Gary Keough, state statistician for the New England Agricultural Statistics Services, presented the annual “crop forecast,” reporting that the 2015 Massachusetts crop is expected to be up from last year, and the national crop is also expected to rise overall.

BRIEFLY: Aug. 29-Sept. 1
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

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Plymouth Town Hall project cost estimates up nearly $3 million
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

It’s now a $32,776,000 Town Hall/1820 Courthouse project, and, in large part, you can blame it on the Cornish-Burton school.

PLYMOUTH PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Classes resume next week for 8,000 local students
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

Local schools open Tuesday and with new construction, new courses, new schedules, a new health initiative and dozens of new teachers – it promises to be a novel experience for more than just English students.

Hurricane Katrina commemorative event
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

“Katrina Ten Years After,” a commemorative event and fundraiser, will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 30, at The Spire, located at 25 1/2 Court St., and will include a “then and now” presentation by Katrina survivor Patrick Wooten, who will tell the story of his personal ordeal evacuating New Orleans and how and why Massachusetts is now his home.

'Convergence' exhibit at Plymouth Center for the Arts
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

The Depot Square Artists of Lexington are offering art lovers across Eastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod an eclectic exhibit through Sept. 17 in the Russell Gallery at the Plymouth Center for the Arts.

Summer hymn sings
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

Aug. 30, Old Home Day: the Rev. William Fillebrown (Chiltonville Congregational Church).

Town says Stein's Furniture 'Unsafe for human occupancy'
Posted on Saturday August 29, 2015

PLYMOUTH – The storm door at the main entrance was held open by a string and, just inside the open doorway, Kenny Stein sat in a folding chair, looking out."Wait," he said, "I don’t want you to break the law," and he nodded back to the door where a sign had been posted by the town.At Stein’s Furniture in North Plymouth signs are now posted on the front and rear entrances, and on a [...]

Extra shows at Priscilla Beach Theatre
Posted on Friday August 28, 2015

Priscilla Beach Theatre, located at 800 Rocky Hill Road, has extended the run of “The Odd Couple” in September, and the musical “Breaking Up is Hard to Do” in October.