It was a busy week in Wrentham and here's some of the top stories of the week.
1. Scott Brown Says He'll Talk to Baker About Governor Run Wrentham's Scott Brown told the Boston Herald he is considering another run at political office and will decided on the Massachusetts governor's race by the end of the summer. He also said he will talk with Charlie Baker, who got the Republican nomination in the last election, losing to Deval Patrick, and is considering running again. Read the story here.
2. Wrentham Man Sentenced in Child Porn Case Wrentham's Edward Bourget plead guilty to 12 indictments of possessing child pornography in Norfolk Superior Court. He was sentenced to a year and half in prison. Read the story here.
3. Plainridge Owners Look to Sell to Save Bid for Slots After its current ownership was disqualified from the running for slot machine license, Plainridge owners were looking to see in order to get back in the running, according to a report in the Boston Globe. Read story here.
4. King Philip Keeps Sports, Music in Budget The King Philip Regional School District came in this year with a balanced budget after much strife this year, according to the Sun Chronicle. Read story here.
5. New Wrentham Superintendent Settles in for First Day of School Dr. Christopher Martes, newly appointed interim superintendent of Wrentham’s public schools, said he’s finding his way in August before he faces his first day of school in the district. Read story here.