[caption id="attachment_25158" align="alignright" width="400"] Residents at New Pond Village kick-off their Winter Olympics with an opening ceremony and mock torch lighting.[/caption]In celebration of the Winter Olympics, independent living residents at New...Read more
President Donnell W. Murphy and the Friends of St. Patrick have scheduled their 32nd annual luncheon for March 16th. The day’s events will kick off with a parade in downtown Walpole at 11:00 a.m., which will be followed by the luncheon at Ambrosia Wedding and Events, located at 2 Washington Street (Route 1) in Foxboro, at...Read more
By Laura Drinan
Hometown Weekly Reporter
Mount Rushmore is one of America’s national monuments that attracts millions of visitors each year. While the enormous sculpture features the faces of four U.S. presidents who had the greatest impact on the country, lecturer Bruce Hambro suggests there should be four different faces carved into the mountainside.
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The fate of Walpole's Smith-Healey House, located on 1350 North Street, is to be voted on during the Spring Town Meeting. The Smith-Healey House, originally built in 1745, is one of New England’s oldest homes, and is substantially untouched since the colonial era. Its historically significant features include four fireplaces, a beehive oven, original doors, mantels,...Read more