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Named after Plymouth, Devon, in the United Kingdom, Plymouth was the original home of the Pilgrims and landing site of the Mayflower. It is also known as the site of the first Thanksgiving. Forty miles outside of Boston Plymouth is mainly known for its tourism today rather than rope making as it was in the past. The Pilgrim Hall Museum is also located in Plymouth and is the oldest continually working museum in the entire United States.

Population: 51701
Local Newspapers: The Plymouth Bulletin
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) Boston Celtics (NBA)
Local Colleges: Quincy College Curry College

Zip Codes associated with plymouth, massachusetts: 02345 02360 02381
Towns/Cities near plymouth, massachusetts : Kingston Middleborough Wareham Bourne Carver Sandwich Plympton

Plymouth News
Re: A very special time

We are at a very special time of year. Thanksgiving has passed and we are about halfway to Christmas.

a Q&a with the author of - Cat Person'

Massachusetts native Kristen Roupenian had fewer than 200 followers on Twitter before her work of fiction, "Cat Person," was published in The New Yorker last week. The piece dominated attention on social media in a way that fiction rarely does.

Mashpee police investigating disappearance of retired correctional officer

Mashpee police are investigating the disappearance of a 64-year-old retired correctional officer who was reported missing on Dec. 1, and his son is currently being held on a gun charge, according to police and published reports. In a phone interview, Mashpee police Chief Scott Carline said his office is probing the disappearance of Raymond Perry, a local resident, along with the Cape and Islands district attorney's office and State Police detective bureau.

Mashpee Police Investigating Missing Man, State Police Arrest Son

The department initiated an investigation into Mr. Perry's whereabouts. "As a result of that initial investigation and information gathered to date, I have requested the assistance of the Cape and Island's District Attorney's Office as well as the Massachusetts State Police Detective Unit," the release stated.

Addiction drop-in center opens in Wareham

WAREHAM – For Alyson McDonough, Jenny Campinell, Natecia Alfonso and Bill Pimental, Wednesday night was the culmination of a lot of hard work to get a place for addicts and their families to go to in town for help. The four leaders, working with the Church of the Good Shepherd on High Street, opened the "Wareham Fighting Against Addiction Drop-In Center," which will provide help, referrals and a place to meet with others who are also battling addictions.

Critics call Plymouth addiction center a mere jail

Desperate, he asked his mother to have a judge commit him to a drug treatment center. He knew that would likely be the Plymouth center run by the Massachusetts state prison system, but he saw no other choice.

Low membership, money woes contribute to summer camp change for Boy Scouts

SouthCoast Boy Scouts will not be attending Camp Cachalot in Plymouth next summer. The Boy Scouts of America Narragansett Council came to the decision recently that Scouts will attend Camp Yawgoog in Rhode Island instead.

Greenfield discussion to explore religion, race NEW

The event at First Congregational Church, 43 Silver St., will bring together five panelists who come from different racial and religious backgrounds to talk about this intersection from their own experiences, followed by audience questions and answers.

Dennis Banks, warrior for Indian rights, presente

In the late 1960s and early '70s, two names emerged from the Native American and Indigenous community that stood for resistance to white repression and assaults on Native life: Russell Means and Dennis Banks. They were men who lived, at times, in urban America, and experienced its impoverishment as well as its penchant for broken dreams.

Native Americans Gather for National Day of Mourning

Members of Native American tribes from around New England are gathering in the town where the Pilgrims settled for a solemn National Day of Mourning observance. Thursday's noon gathering in downtown Plymouth, Massachusetts, will recall the disease, racism and oppression that European settlers brought.

Mayflower II being restored in Connecticut

In this Dec. 12, 2014 file photo, the Mayflower II, a replica of the original ship that brought Pilgrims to Massachusetts in 1620, passes a jetty as it is towed out of Plymouth Harbor in Plymouth, Mass. Restoration of the ship continues in November 2017, at the Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard at Connecticut's Mystic Seaport.

Top 10: SouthCoast ways to spend Black Friday

With the leftovers filling the fridge, the kids off from school and the in-laws occupying your favorite spot on the couch, it's time to get out of the house! But what to do? Black Friday shopping is one alluring option, but SouthCoast offers so much more. Read on ... The Post Feast Waddle is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Wildlands Trust, 675 Long Pond Road in Plymouth.

Celebrate Thanksgiving with foods from the first feast

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which usually means hours of cooking. People traditionally gather around the dinner table flanked by friends and extended members of their families to give thanks for the blessings they enjoyed throughout the year as they dig into a delicious feast.

How Capitalism Made Thanksgiving Possible

There are many things for which to be thankful this Thanksgiving, not the least of which is free-market capitalism in America. Many folks don't realize it, but the English Puritans who settled Plymouth, Massachusetts initially adopted a socialist system of profit sharing to provide for their material needs.

At Thanksgiving, the search for a black Pilgrim among Plymouth's settlers

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In good times and bad, let us be thankful

"Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." - 1 Thessalonians 5:18 In the past, on the national holiday set aside to give thanks, we've taken the opportunity to educate those who aren't familiar with how the holiday came to pass.

COLUMN: First Thanksgiving was really held in Virginia, not Massachusetts

National mythos portrays the first Thanksgiving as taking place in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in celebration of a bountiful harvest. History.com buys into the myth when it refers to "the original 1621 harvest meal" - although it also acknowledges that "for some scholars, the jury is still out on whether the feast at Plymouth really constituted the first Thanksgiving in the United States."

What the first Thanksgiving can teach us about adjusting to climate shock

This Currier & Ives engraving obtained from the Library of Congress shows the landing of the pilgrims at snowy Plymouth, Mass., in 1620. Sam White is associate professor of history at the Ohio State University and author of "A Cold Welcome: The Little Ice Age and Europe's Encounter with North America."

State pays $248,000 to settle suit against Plymouth DA Cruz

PLYMOUTH – The state will pay $248,000 to settle a wrongful termination suit against Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz by a former prosecutor who claimed he was fired after blowing the whistle on problems in Cruz's office and refusing to contribute to the district attorney's re-election campaign. John Bradley, a former first deputy assistant district attorney in Cruz's office, will be paid $150,000 and be retroactively reinstated for 18 and a half months to allow him to be fully vested in the state retirement system, according to a copy of the settlement agreement obtained by the Patriot Ledger via a public records request.

Southampton 'lagging behind' in Pilgrim Fathers celebrations

As previously reported Southampton will celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's historic journey with a year long programme of events starting in 2019. Set to include a light show, specially commissioned operas and apps that take you on a historic tour round the city organisers have promised a series of events run in conjunction with 11 other cities in the UK and Holland - all points in the journey made by the seventeenth century puritans fleeing persecution by the English church before making their home in New England.

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