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Government, Going Green
An environmentally sensitive property was sold to a private buyer after the town failed to move on it, allowing time to run out before a deal could be made.
The NRC says Pilgrim's medical examiner did not follow guidelines for examinations, which allowed operators with temporary physical disabilities to work, putting the plant's safety at risk.
Included in the budget is $125,000 for the Plymouth 400th Committee, with the requirement of an equal match in private funding, to support the commemoration of the town of Plymouth’s 400th anniversary in 2020.
Recent Board of Health inspections show that few Plymouth restaurants need to correct violations. Did your favorite place get a clean report?
The Planning Board declines to take a side in the debate between an environmental la.wfirm and Entergy
All flushing will begin at 7:30 a.m. and continue as late as 8 p.m.
Matt Muratore wins reelection in tight Selectmen's races, while other races were more wide-open. Click for the all the winners.
The polls open at 8 a.m. Saturday; make sure you vote. Not sure where to vote? Check here.
The Plymouth Selectmen will set the rates for the new curbside pickup program and single-stream recycling. The rates are expected to be much lower than the current rate of $186.
You asked when beach stickers will be available for the coming summer, we got the answer for you.
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