Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Today's snow is expected to be followed by temperatures in the single digits.
1. You could be looking at a messy ride this morning with periods of heavy snow before it tapers off in the afternoon, according to WHDH. Temperatures will be in the 20s during the day before dropping into the single digits overnight. Get ready for the cold Wednesday as it will start at 0 before only getting to 10 degrees during the day. 2. The King Philip High girls' basketball team will be hosting Oliver Ames today at 6:30 p.m., while the boys' basketball team will be traveling to Easton to face the Tigers. 3. The Wrentham selectmen will be meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. 4. Christmas Tree pick up in Plainville will be the first week of February. Trees should be curbside on or before Feb. 4. Trees can also be dropped off at the ecycling …
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Both the Wrentham and Plainville libraries have activities planned for children Saturday.
1. Snow yesterday and cold today, according to WHDH weather. We'll have midday temps up near 40 degrees, but by late afternoon, they will be following to the low 30s by late afternoon as a arctic front will blow in. It will also be windy later in the day. 2. The Wrentham Senior Center will be closed Friday. 3. At the Plainville Library, Saturday that Winniee The Therapy Dog will be visiting from 10:30-11:30 a.m. This cute beagle loves to listen to stories and you will be able to practice your reading. 4. Remember to make Saturday at the Fiske Public Library for Music with Sarah Gardner, all baby music, at 10:30 a.m. in the Sweatt Meeting Room. This is an interactive music program for the very young, 0-18 months. Registration is required…
Monday, January 14, 2013
The Norfolk Board of Health and the Walpole Area Visiting Nurse Association will be holding a flu clinic Jan. 17.
1. The warm temperatures will be with us again today as a high of 55 is expected under cloudy skies. The low will be 32. 2. The Norfolk Board of Health and the Walpole Area Visiting Nurse Association will be holding a flu clinic Thursday, Jan. 17, from 12:30-2:30 p.m. at the Norfolk Town, 1 Libery Lane. There is no charge for the vaccine and they are able to vaccinate anyone six months or older. For more information, call 508-528-7747 if you need any information. 3. The Wrentham Board of Health will be Monday at town hall second floor meeting room at 7:30 p.m.. They will be hearing an influenza update. 4. The King Philip High girls' basketball team will be hosting Sharon Tuesday, while the boys will be in Sharon. Both games start at 6:30…
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Bringing you live coverage of MIAA State Tournament boys’ basketball action—Division 2 South Sectionals, Round 1
Patch will be bringing you live coverage Tuesday evening of the following opening round games in the MIAA Boys’ Basketball Division 2 South Sectional Bracket: #4 Stoughton - #13 Duxbury (boys) #5 Medfield - #12 Norwood (boys) # 9 Oliver Ames - #8 Somerset (boys) For a complete Division 2 South Sectional boys’ bracket, click on the link: South Division 2 All games start around 7 p.m. With this live blog you can interact with us and send us game photos. No need for scoreboard watching...Patch has you covered. We start blogging around tip-off. Just click on the play button in the gray box and follow along!
Saturday, February 18, 2012
A 68-year-old Norfolk resident, George "Bo" Ruggiero, suffered serious injuries after his vehicle was struck by a Stoughton man who police said was driving drunk.
Hingham police say a Stoughton man is facing drunk driving charges after seriously injuring another driver, former Foxborough and King Philip High boys' basketball head coach George "Bo" Ruggiero, and himself in a three-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Route 53 in Hingham. Michael W. McKay, 34, of Kim Terrace in Stoughton is being summonsed to court for felony charges of OUI alcohol while causing serious bodily injury and operating to endanger, Hingham police said. At approximately 1:30 p.m. Thursday, McKay drove his Dodge pick-up truck west on Route 53 from Farm Hills Lane. As McKay entered Route 53, police said he accelerated rapidly, lost control, and crossed into the oncoming lane, striking a 2002 Lexus ES300 head-on. A third …
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Maryland-bound Jake Layman scores 28 points for the Warriors but the Hornets win 59-50.
There were many points in King Philip’s game against Mansfield where the Warriors were only a shot away from getting the lead. Yet that shot never came, and the Hornets pulled away each time. “I thought that they might get over the hump and we were gonna have to fight from behind a little," said Mansfield coach Mike Vaughan. We stuck with the game plan and got a few defensive stops, and it made a big difference.” . The KP Warriors fell to the Mansfield Hornets, 59-50, in the battle of two of the best teams in the area. After starting the game with a 6-0 lead and a 12-11 lead after one quarter, the Warriors couldn't handle the Hornets on the boards. Multiple second chance shots helped the Hornets get and extend the lead to 28-21 at halftime…