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Saturday, May 18th, 2013
New stories about Plymouth and surrounding areas.
It wasn't close after all, Obama wins electoral college 303 to 206
Massachusetts elects Elizabeth Warren to Senate, returns Bill Keating to Congress
By Walter Brooks
"Bringing History Home" preview during breakfast
Congressman Bill Keating will host a free Veterans Appreciation Breakfast on Sunday, November 11 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Plymouth Council on Aging.
All Plymouth-area veterans are invited to attend this free event.
Rep. Keating will be joined by other elected officials who will be marching in this year's Veterans Day Parade.
Final debate off, Senator Brown opts to tour areas struck by Sandy
Patriot-Ledger endorses Bill Keating in 9th District Congressional race
He has proven himself a capable representative of the people
Local residents claim Entergy violating the Clean Water Act
One hundred free monitors will be given away
To mark the 6th anniversary of Nicole's Law, Senate President Therese Murray and State Fire Marshal Stephen Coan will give away 100 carbon monoxide alarms at the Pembroke Council on Aging Friday, October 26 at 12 p.m.
Find the perfect gift this weekend in Plymouth!
Grants awarded by Massachusetts Cultural Council
Part of $8 million awarded to organizations across the state
Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Cultural Council announced grants totaling $97,990 for cultural organizations in Plymouth County. The grants were part of a $8 million investment in the state's nonprofit cultural sector.
Grants were awarded in a variety of areas:
Non-profit extends service area to include six counties
This week, Hospice & Palliative Care of Cape Cod announced some big changes including an expansion and a new name--HopeHealth. The Hyannis-based hospice provider began expanding and extending its services several years ago.
"We are excited about launching HopeHealth, a name that is authentic to our history and mission, while also reflecting our growth and evolution," said David Rehm, HopeHealth President & CEO.
Representatives Tom Calter and Vinny deMacedo to speak
The Town of Plymouth is hosting an energy expo on Sunday, September 23 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Plymouth North High School.
Admission to the event is free.
Representatives Tom Calter and Vinny deMacedo will speak at the expo. There will be several vendors, clinics and demonstrations including:
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