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Police & Fire, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Plymouth woman among those killed in 2003 nightclub fire.
Bags of salad recalled due to potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections
Patch's House & Home, Real Estate
Check out these condos (and a few single-family homes). They're all hosting open houses this weekend.
Plimoth Plantation is pleased to announce that Ellen Kulik has joined the Museum’s staff in the newly-created role of Director of External Affairs.
A Salmonella outbreak led to more than 100 nut butter spreads recalled. Check out the complete list.
The union representing workers at Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station say their workers could choose not cross a picket line if 62 tech workers negotiating a contract now are locked out.
Home sales in Plymouth County for August were the highest since 2010, according to Plymouth County Register of Deeds John Buckley.
The Utility Workers Union of America Local 369 represents 62 workers at Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station responsible for managing information technology systems and plant safety. The current contract expires Oct. 24.
Check out these five waterfront homes across Plymouth.
McDonald's will post calorie information starting Monday.
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