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Plymouth South HS spent $7000 on CRT training session to reject color blindness and induce white "guilt and shame"

Summer is basically here

Breaking: Joyce resigns

Helm defeats incumbent Tavares

School virus levels dip even lower

Plymouth now green, virus rates fall to seven month low

.00038% of Plymouth residents have the virus

Town welcomes new fire truck

No students or staff with virus from "in school" exposure

Plymouth virus rates fall for 5th straight week

Litter Lady: Get your purple bags for Saturday's Town cleanup now

Town officially asks state to lower Beaver Dam Road speed limit

No school employees with virus, first time since Nov

Town out of the red, virus risk drops to yellow

$50 non-masking fine rescinded, "Mask ambassadors" shifted to focus on restaurant capacity

Without adopting new regulations, Board of Health will ask short term rental owners to attest compliance with dozens of regulations

Plymouth eases event restrictions to match state guidance

Number of quarantined students drops as state changes "close contact" definition from 6ft to 3ft

Helm favors new tax on residential development

Plymouth virus rates drop for third straight week

BREAKING: Coalition of Town employees endorses Helm

Heath drops out, endorses Helm for selectman

Busy at HazMat Day

After return of middle and high school, number of quarantined students almost doubles

Plymouth virus rates dip again

Board of Health Chair threatens to close skatepark, mask "ambassadors" will now patrol

Strict event attendance limits remain unchanged

Parking enforcement begins May 28

Spring cleaning? Difficult to manage scale still broken.

School virus levels remain steady as middle and high school prepare for full time in person learning

Plymouth Walmart to offer vaccinations starting next week

Hazardous Waste Day and Electronic Waste Day coming this month

Virus rates dip in Plymouth over last week

Did you miss Town Meeting?

Town Manager on InFocus' Town Talk

Selectmen/Planning Board joint meeting cancellation explained

Town-wide virus cases hold steady from last week

School virus levels remain steady again

Plymouth's senior citizens account for 80% of virus fatalities, but only 9.5% of cases since start of year

Plymouth virus trend data inaccessible to general public

Town won't consider new aquaculture applications for 90 days

High school to return April 12th to 5 day a week, in person instruction

Potvin won't provide scientific basis for event size limitations

School virus levels steady after last week's bump up

Cavacco critical of event attendance crackdown

Mask "ambassadors" to cost $80K for balance of year

Police Chief Michael Botieri to retire

Mask "ambassadors" to return despite inability to compel compliance

Town cracks down on large events

Board of Health will require short term rental owners to submit state certificate to Town

ZBA approves Cedarville Ace Hardware store

Plymouth reports first ever student virus cases due to school exposure

.0035% of Plymouth residents are virus positive

School committee meeting moved from April 5th to March 29th

Tavares invites Planning Board to Selectmen Meeting

Selectmen approve multiple out door dining requests

Small fire at the 7-11 downtown

Plymouth man dies hiking in NH

Decision for full return of high school students defeated, middle school students to return April 12th full time, in person

Despite declining virus numbers, murky authority and no fines issued, downtown mask order remains

Public school virus levels remain off winter peaks

Sneak peak at the outdoor dining restaurant "bump-out"

Bike ramps on Cleft Rock Bike Trail removed

Town Manager addresses offensive political sign

Wedding ring stolen from elderly virus victim at BID-Plymouth

How the Planning Board's Bump Rock vote went down

Board of Health Chair Potvin recommends double masking while shopping big retailers

75% of Plymouth restaurants might not be able to comply with the state's live music requirements

Breaking: Planning Board approves Bump Rock project without conditions on 3-1 vote

Important spring election dates and procedures

Harry Helm announces candidacy for Board of Selectmen

Survey: Parents overwhelming favor in person learning

A new "Mayflower" controlled by artificial intelligence to re-trace course of original voyage

Fire Chief opposed to Bump Rock development

Firefighter Janet McCarthy graduates from Massachusetts Firefighting Academy

You *can play* the Wild Rover but no, nay, never can you sing it

Virus cases continue slide in Plymouth public schools

A GoFundMe has raised over $45K for two Plymouth men hurt in accident, including the driver now charged with driving under the influence

Black Feather Horse Rescue featured on WBZ TV

Newly reported virus cases for Plymouth students and employees drop off from January peaks

Town Manager launches weekly YouTube show

Selectmen approve plan to expand rail trail from Nelson Park to Lothrop Street

Town re-hires manager for Memorial Hall

Town Manager reveals preliminary plan for outdoor dinning with possible two-way Court Street

BREAKING: Schools *might* return full time April 26th

Emergency response rates fell during Court Street one-way

Town asking state for assistance to reduce speed limit from Exit 3 to Transfer Station from 45mph to 40mph

BID Plymouth reportedly using the old Pier One at Colony Place for vaccination site, open to select patients only

Facebook group launched to oppose one way on Court and Main Streets

What was it like in Plymouth before the Mayflower?

Testing site for early childhood educators being set up downtown

Still no vaccination site in Plymouth

Business owners debate one way Court Street plans

Board of Selectman send Brook Road Bridge project to Town Meeting, by 3-1 vote

Pizano, father of two Plymouth public school students, appointed to School Committee

Student leaders express concern about increased learn from home requirements

A hard rain's a-gonna fall, but not snow.

What we don’t know about Plymouth’s virus victims

Mental health concerns driving force behind increased remote learning

School Department to launch optional virus testing in later this school year

Plymouth South seniors local scholarship deadline Feb 1

Sears to be replaced by 282 new apartments

Town has offered Memorial Hall for vaccination site

Town has $485K in remaining Cares Act money for small business

State to add 103 vaccination sites, but not one in Plymouth or even bordering Plymouth